This year, the month of Ramadan falls during prom season, causing conflict for some Muslim students. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, in which Muslims around the world fast from sunrise to sundown. “Prom falling on a day during Ramadan has been difficult to work around knowingContinue Reading

In the past several weeks, gas prices locally and nationwide have continued to rise well above the previous averages. This rise in gas prices has caused students to have to adjust the way they get around For newly licensed sophomore Anna Musgrove, rising gas prices have limited her new freedomContinue Reading

School spirit is a goal which every group seems to strive for, from administration to student government to student groups like Marshall Mob. The Marshall Mob brings together students to make us a community, but a small handful of students have caused disruptions for administration and opposing teams. Last March,Continue Reading

Writing is a skill that some either enjoy while others think as a chore. To English teacher Kanisha Parks, language and literature shaped her childhood from a student often getting into trouble, to an aspiring writer. “In first grade, I got in trouble a lot and actually got suspended 13Continue Reading

Daniel Nguyen returns to his alma mater, this time as head wrestling coach in hopes of claiming a district win and helping his players off the mat. Nguyen takes over the role as head coach after previously holding the role of assistant coach. “I’ve always been eager to be headContinue Reading

Miss school or miss an important religious holiday —this is a predicament students like freshman Rachel Ackerman are faced with every year. To increase religious inclusivity, FCPS implemented religious observance days, requiring teachers to not teach any new material, assign new work or have any testing on certain holidays. However,Continue Reading