On Wednesday at 4:00 p.m, 10 seniors officially committed to colleges across the country for sports. Throughout the school year, colleges scout the best players and offer them spots on the team through scholarships. This culminates on signing day, where players sign contracts agreeing to play for the university teamContinue Reading

When the clock struck 2:40 on Monday, May 9, over three hundred students got up and walked out of the school. The students attended the Reproductive Freedom Walkout organized by Generation Ratify, a student-led movement for gender equality. Marshall was one of 45 schools in the state to participate. “WeContinue 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

From its Native American roots to the modern day, lacrosse has made numerous changes to its rules over time. Unlike Virginia high school sports, lacrosse makes annual edits to its rulebook. “When I played in high school, there was technically no out of bounds,” varsity girls lacrosse head coach ValerieContinue Reading

Sports are known for being beneficial to one’s physical and mental well being. However, in the competitive environment which we reside in, this isn’t a reality. Not only are players competing against teams in their district, they’re competing against their teammates. Tryouts set up the environment for the rest ofContinue Reading

Marshall Minds Matter members meet. “Our primary goal is to promote conversations about mental health,” president and senior Grace Chamberlain said.

With tests piling up and summer waving its smug fingers from two months away, the last quarter of the year is far from the easiest. Regardless, fourth quarter can be a time for reflection. For some students, like president of Marshall Minds Matter club and senior Grace Chamberlain, this schoolContinue Reading