Story by Rhea Newnaha and Becca Paz “There is no planet B.” “Stand up for what you stand on.” “Respect your mother.” These are some messages students paraded through Washington, D.C. during the 2022 global climate strike. On March 25, students from various schools in the DMV banned together inContinue Reading

Dylan Liskey eludes trailing defenders.

Despite the school’s lack of a rugby team, senior Dylan Liskey achieved his goal of committing to a team for college. Liskey recently committed to play for the United States Military Academy at West Point, or informally, Army. Liskey has played a range of sports, including football and wrestling forContinue Reading

Since graduating from Marshall in 2018, Carolina Hidalgo-McCabe has followed a path which led her from Massachusetts to Morocco and Capitol Hill to the White House. Hidalgo-McCabe went to Tufts University, studying international relations and civic studies. In her freshman year, she worked with Counterpart International WomenLead Initiative. Then, sheContinue Reading

From the transition to virtual learning, to coming back in person, case counts, quarantine, changing mask mandates and changes to curriculum, the pandemic has had many academic side effects. Thinking back on the two year anniversary of school closing due to the pandemic, learning disabilities teacher Laura Champe Mitchell expressedContinue Reading