With his classes back in person, guitar instructor Mathew Kulikosky said it’s time to get out of the bedroom and onto a stage. After playing behind a screen for a year, guitar ensembles are back in the classroom. “Being by yourself and playing the guitar isn’t necessarily a disaster, butContinue Reading

Despite date changes and complications, the theater program’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is underway. A year away from the physical stage still affects the preparation for November’s fall play, not only for the actors, but especially what goes on behind the scenes. “There have been many changes whileContinue Reading

Henry Smith plays the violin at a Marshall choir concert

After bouncing back from a year online, the music department has proven it can’t be silenced. The virtual setting forced students to take their musical education into their own hands and adapt to COVID’s demands. “[Last year,] we experimented with new things in band such as recording yourself at homeContinue Reading

The creation of a new European soccer league has led some Marshall students to reconsider their overseas allegiances. Twelve European teams from England, Italy and Spain confirmed they will join the European Super League, which would disqualify them from some of the world’s best domestic leagues, the most prestigious existingContinue Reading

The ability to work from home for months on end may sound like a blessing to many, but Biology teacher Michael Osborn’s two children occasionally force him to travel to school in the middle of a pandemic to escape the noise. “I have to balance teaching my class, then checkingContinue Reading