Come back to see a video where we talked to students about the Grammy results!
“I think that people should do their own work, and I think that it’s harmful to creativity and different creative fields.” – Senior Ainlsey McCoy “I don’t think it’s a problem at all to have AI help generate an idea with seeds that are provided to it.” – Anatomy and
The English opinion written in the Rank&File’s November issue prompted discussion amongst the English department, bringing new attention to the curriculum. A few English teachers shared their opinions with our staffers regarding their reaction to the opinion piece, “Setting Up for Failure: Preliminary English courses do not prepare for the
Come back to see a video where Social studies teachers David Gassman, Wanlace Yates and Lucas Kline discuss the Isreal-Hamas War’s history, potential solutions, social implications and more.
Rank&File Reporters Rhea Newnaha and Georgia Streett followed the Theater Department’s production of the Laramie project to track down the message in Laramie, Wyoming. Watch the video below to see what they found and a little peek at the fall play.
University of Virginia freshman Aitana Wells was one of many Marshall students who earned the rigorous IB Diploma last year. However, she says that in spite of the work she put in, she didn’t feel prepared enough for her STEM classes in college. “STEM as a whole, the content they
Just five years ago, 2012 Marshall alum Johnny Nguyen was sitting in his cubicle at Navy Federal. While his days were filled with staring at a screen, his nights were filled with — cookies?! Inspired by his old late-night haunts at James Madison University, Nguyen would go on to open
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!
Tough physical conditioning, discipline training and working to build character. This weekend junior Ethan Um will continue to delve into service academy life through a challenging leadership course. Um’s Unit of the Air Force division Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps is holding a Cadet Leadership Course from May 26 to
The music department’s Disney World field trip sparked an idea in senior Alex Curcio’s head: going barefoot. Curcio said that similar to his five senses, being barefoot helps him connect with reality and use his body the way it was naturally designed, all to become more aware of the world