On Thursday Sept 21, CNN released ‘Euphoria’ actor Angus Cloud’s cause of death to be an accidental overdose. A spokesperson for the Alameda County Coroner’s office in California said, “Angus Cloud died from a lethal combination of fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine.” Cloud played Fezco, a kind-hearted drug dealer in ‘Euphoria.’
In the “constantly growing and evolving” field of medicine, Medical Science club president and senior Aparna Gana is evolving her club with it. She said the club introduced the Foldscope in February with a presentation about what it can do. “Later in April, probably the end of April,” she said,
Four juniors discuss their IB “Creativity, Activity and Service” projects, which span from junior to senior year Poetry in Partnership Manahil Jawaid’s CAS project allows her to dive deeper into her passion for writing. Jawaid merged her love for writing and poetry to create a writing workshop that will run
With our current school-issued laptops retiring at the end of this year, FCPS is looking into better options. The FCPS central IT office chose Marshall as one of the schools piloting new Chromebooks this year. This means select students are testing out machines that may be used next school year.
On Oct. 8, Statesmen Marching Band took first place in the Oakton Classic competition, winning superiors in every category in their assessment two weeks later. In addition to motivated members, band director Paul Vesilind said improvement in the team’s technical effects influenced their scoring. “We took a really big step
Drum major, senior Pasha Ryutov “I’d say, for me, I didn’t really have a lot to connect with other people. And so music in particular was kind of like one big social point for me. It allowed me to connect with some of my best friends. Entering ninth grade, I
Scenes of banned books and starry nights fit together every day as students work on the library’s daily puzzles. However, puzzles are no longer the only avenue of entertainment in the library. Librarian Elizabeth Toledo said the library released a call for LEGO donations, and for the last couple weeks
Sophomore Ella Greher is using her craft prowess to support Iran in the wake of violence and protests. American media focused mainly on the issue after Iran’s morality police killed women’s rights activist Mahsa Amini in September, but conflict in the nation has continued to rise since. Greher said it