At 7 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 14, senior Ava Grim frantically spams her sister. She’s met with silence. Grim quickly checks her sister’s location to find she’s sleeping safe and sound in her dorm. She’s relieved—but the initial shock was frightening. The day before, Christopher Jones Jr. killed three students
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Appearing on TEDx, Dancing with the Stars and even sporting a Grammy Award nomination consideration, musician SaulPaul spoke and sang to freshmen in an Advisory assembly. On his “Be the Change’’ tour, consisting of 100 schools in 32 states, the artist played music and spoke of his own life experiences
On Friday, Dec. 2, Fairfax County Police arrested and charged special education teacher Amy Bonzano on two counts of assault. The teacher was allegedly witnessed assaulting a student on Sept. 28, by a staff member who reported the assault. On Oct. 13, police were notified of the event and opened
Rank&File went around the school documenting Homecoming week Sophomore Katherine Shatokhin and junior Marina Josipovic (top) pose for a picture while wearing onesies during pajama day. Seniors Sean Sanders, Sam Lee, Henry Church, Chris Kiersz and Reid Buckley (bottom) pose wearing the cross country pajama pants during lunch to start
On September 27, 2:40 p.m., students across Virginia walked out of class to protest Governor Youngkin’s new school policies, and Marshall walked with them. The new guidelines would prevent transgender students from using bathrooms, joining sports teams, and using pronouns of the gender they identify as. “It’s a real setback
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 in
When her sister introduced her to the art of capturing a moment, sophomore Regina Garcia fell in love with photography. Prior to picking up the camera, Garcia managed her mental health through music, but she said she needed another art form to convey her feelings to both herself and others.