On Thursday Sept 21, CNN released ‘Euphoria’ actor Angus Cloud’s cause of death to be an accidental overdose. A spokesperson for the Alameda County Coroner’s office in California said, “Angus Cloud died from a lethal combination of fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine.” Cloud played Fezco, a kind-hearted drug dealer in ‘Euphoria.’Continue Reading

Along with the title of senior, there are perks to the job, one of which being senior skip days. When presented with multiple senior skip days this school year, students and teachers have mixed reactions on to how to spend them.  “It’s my last year of high school, so IContinue Reading

Students now have a new way to access mental health resources — and it’s free. In its new partnership with Hazel, FCPS is giving students access to the program’s free teletherapy sessions. These sessions are with licensed therapists trained to help students from kindergarten through 12th grade.  To start usingContinue Reading

The United States Department of Education awarded FCPS a grant of $13.5 million to support school mental health services, according to Superintendent Reid at a school board meeting this February. The grant came as a part of the federal government’s School-Based Mental Health Services Grant Program that FCPS applied forContinue Reading

Cybersecurity teacher Wolfgang Oertner said most college freshmen have minimal success at job fairs. However, he taught a current George Mason student who underwent a different experience. The student’s 12 certifications from his Marshall Academy cybersecurity course stood out to employers. According to Oertner, he now makes over six figures.Continue Reading

With our current school-issued laptops retiring at the end of this year, FCPS is looking into better options. The FCPS central IT office chose Marshall as one of the schools piloting new Chromebooks this year. This means select students are testing out machines that may be used next school year.Continue Reading

Principal Jeffery Litz released an email on Feb. 8 focusing on “a recent uptick” of student misconduct, including students leaving the campus during lunch periods. The email outlined consequences for these actions. One student who also noticed this increase was junior Medhi Abbassi “People are skipping way too much,” AbbassiContinue Reading

Who better to help the student actors of “Xanadu” prepare for the musical than the original actress who starred in the Broadway production 16 years ago? Theater director Bernie DeLeo set up a workshop with Broadway starlet Kerry Butler. The two leads in the musical, senior Dale DeVinney and juniorContinue Reading