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

Counselor Douglas Sawitsky established the Peer Tutoring Program for students to have a place to receive extra help in their classes. It is held on late bus days, Mondays and Thursdays, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. Sawitzky came up with the idea around the semester mark andContinue Reading

Since graduating from Marshall in 2018, Carolina Hidalgo-McCabe has followed a path which led her from Massachusetts to Morocco and Capitol Hill to the White House. Hidalgo-McCabe went to Tufts University, studying international relations and civic studies. In her freshman year, she worked with Counterpart International WomenLead Initiative. Then, sheContinue Reading

Holding a job as a student can be challenging with all the responsibilities you need to handle at once. However, being able to be part of the work field at a younger age can give you numerous benefits in the long run.  Junior Lucas Davila shares his experience working atContinue Reading