Sometimes, less is more. Especially when it comes to deciding what to watch on your night off. Wrestling coach Cory Apps and millions of other streaming subscribers are becoming familiar with the unveiling of proprietary streaming services and will soon be spending a lot more time making decisions about whatContinue Reading

Thinking back to elementary school, I always remembered my favorite part of the school day being the 30-minute handwriting lessons Ms. Heather would teach after lunch. This was partly because it was a relaxing activity apart from the rest of our learning and also due to what I thought wereContinue Reading

Faculty discuss their favorite shows and movies to watch and why they recommend them to the student body. “My top recommendation is ‘Homecoming King.’ It’s a comedy special by Hasan Minhaj, and the reason I love it is because it’s the first thing I’ve ever seen where I felt likeContinue Reading

The IB math department will implement course changes next year, replacing existing post-Algebra 2 classes. The new curriculum will include two pathway options. After the completion of Algebra 2 with Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus, a student can choose to take either IB Math Analysis and Approaches or IB Math Applications andContinue Reading

Over the school year, colleges advertise their distinct programs to students at Marshall by sending them personalized emails and mail. The college’s consulting companies share surveys, websites and tools designed to get students to apply for their school. They attract each student by targeted marketing and collecting personalized data filledContinue Reading

While doodling on her math homework in the seventh grade, 2016 Marshall graduate Quiana Dang designed a character: a cat with human legs. When Dang was a student at Marshall, she and her English teacher Mathew Horne thought of the idea of screen-printing the catman onto t-shirts. From this idea,Continue Reading