Due to the development of artificial intelligence and the use of websites such as ChatGPT for essay writing, IB History of the Americas (HOA) teachers decided to take initiative this year by doubling the number of possible Paper 3 prompts from four to eight to reduce the possibility of memorization.
The Science Research Advisory class is new to Marshall this year and already a great success. The class was offered to higher level IB science students as a helping hand through the science fair process. The class was originally proposed as a half-semester class for junior IB diploma candidates who
On Halloween, the Leadership class organized for the teachers to dress up as minions and to have Principal Litz dress up as Gru. “An email was sent out to Mr. Litz and that was then forwarded to all the teachers who wanted to volunteer to do it,” freshman Katie Kuczkowski
The JV girls basketball team went 16-0 this season. The team credits their success to a combination of team chemistry, skill and their coaches. “We had really good team chemistry,” sophomore and captain Chloe Cole said. “We all got along really well, and we’re just really good.” Freshman Lauren Olson
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: Government
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 shattered
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 team
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 I