A mini-documentary about Marshall High School’s theater department’s production of “Blue Stockings”. Watch the director, actors, and crew explain the ins and outs of a play, including an interesting twist: doing a British accent!
Our staff discuss their fav and least favs of all time below Gilmore Girls: Rory Gilmore By Rebecca Paz From the very first episode of “Gilmore Girls,” the writers and producers built Rory Gilmore up as someone to idolize. She was a good student and aspiring journalist with a coffee
I saw “Scream VI” with some friends of mine as an excuse to do a fun group activity, and I was deathly apprehensive going in. I was nervous buying the ticket, nervous skipping the rows of movie snacks and nervous as I settled into a somewhat comfortable armchair in the
As awards season approaches, Broadway stars, film directors and music producers alike await the results. However, for people like Broadway performer Justin David Sullivan, it’s not so simple. “As a non-binary performer playing a non-binary principal role on Broadway, I have been asked by many what I plan on doing
Social studies teacher and self-proclaimed movie-lover Olivia Tate has her own predictions for the illustrious Academy Awards—and she’s encouraging her students to share theirs. Government and IB Anthropology students in Tate’s classes are likely familiar with her “What’s Making Me Happy This Week” slideshows. She said there’s often at least
Rank&File reporters Rachel Ackerman and Rhea Newnaha talked to your classmates about the Grammy song of the year “Just Like That” by Bonnie Raitt. Watch them as they try to guess the song and share what they think of this year’s pick!
On Oct. 8, Statesmen Marching Band took first place in the Oakton Classic competition, winning superiors in every category in their assessment two weeks later. In addition to motivated members, band director Paul Vesilind said improvement in the team’s technical effects influenced their scoring. “We took a really big step