After Glenn Youngkin was sworn into office as Virginia’s 74th Governor on Jan. 15, he issued an executive order within hours designed to end mask mandates in Virginia schools. The new executive order is intended to allow parents to opt-out of mask mandates, although the timetable and legality of the
Prince George’s County Public Schools in Maryland announced a return to virtual learning on Dec. 17, due to the increase in COVID cases in their schools. The county began online classes from Dec. 20 and kicked off the new year virtually, planning to return to in person learning on Jan.
As some students spent the dog days of a pandemic summer sitting at home, juniors Lia and Lucas Davila built an organization to fight food insecurity. Their creation, Rustic Love, raises money for food insecure families and restaurants in the area. What makes Rustic Love unique is the iconic heart
Between youth soccer and balls being kicked around, soccer was everywhere at Marshall on Saturday. But some of the most spirited games on display at the stadium field were those of the Special Olympics. Special Olympics is an international organization that provides both children and adults with intellectual and physical
The Freshman Transition Program, or FTP, pairs senior mentors with classes of freshmen to help aid their transition from middle school to high school. FTP went from in-person to virtual and back again, separated by gender to co-ed. Rank & File members recall their individual FTP experiences from the past