Students share favorite and least favorite classes Freshman Rylie Morris – Best: Ceramics because I’m with my friends, and I get to make cool things. Worst: Spanish because it’s really hard. _________________________________________________________________________________ Sophomore Arjun Bhide Best: Criminal Justice because I learn about police work and crime scene investigation. Worst: GovernmentContinue Reading

Maybe the presale got lost in translation, maybe fans asked for too much, but maybe this tour was a masterpiece ‘til Ticketmaster tore it all up. “Unprecedented demand” were the words that blared on fans screens after sitting in the Verified Fan Presale for hours. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour shatteredContinue Reading

The varsity cheer team has persevered through many roadblocks this season. The team placed first in the Liberty District semi-finals, a stark improvement from the beginning of the season. “Our first competition was a little rough because we came in fifth,” varsity cheerleader and sophomore Calla Spignardo said. The teamContinue Reading

School spirit, sports and senior leaders—it’s a new year, and the Mob is ready to start. The “Marshall Mob” refers to the student section at football, basketball and other sports. Each year two seniors are chosen to lead them. This year, the title belongs to Carolyne Chase and Ben Jones.Continue Reading

The new school year brings a new change for the freshman girl’s basketball team coaching staff. World History and Geography teacher Ashleigh Williams was selected to coach for the 2022-2023 season. She played basketball in college and has coached previously. “I played at Angelo State University in Texas before IContinue Reading