With a senior year coming to a close, a new chapter of the Class of 2019’s life begins. With this in mind, Rank&File has compiled a…
DC Central Kitchen, a resource that supplies meals to various homeless shelters, has had an everlasting influence on both the homeless population of Washington D.C.…
Junior Robert Kelley wins Most Outstanding Player award for varsity baseball at the Spring Sports Banquet.
“It’s a great achievement that I’ve worked for my whole high school career,” Kelley said. “I’m grateful I got it.”
Service Graduate Recognition Ceremony honors nine seniors who will pursue a career in the military. “Service to your country, when executed honestly, will pay you back in so much more than the money you make,” guest speaker and retired CPT Karen Reidy Newcomb said.
GCM Leadership moves “Marshall Madness” carnival to June 11 as the entertainment vendor is unable to deliver inflatables on time.
“Due to availability [issues] with transportation, they wouldn’t be able to provide what we needed on Friday,” carnival organizer Pierce Bello said.
Girls varsity softball beats McLean High School 1-0 in regional semi-finals. The team proceeds to the state tournament on June 4. “I was very excited,” freshman Torrie Mcnabb said. “No Marshall softball team has done this before.”