Families and friends came together in the cafeteria to support the senior class—and play some Bingo along the way. On Friday, Feb. 9, the class of 2024 held a bingo night to raise money for the senior class’s events later on in the year.  Bingo night co-organizer and parent volunteerContinue Reading

Marshall’s Mock Trial team advanced to states after placing 6th in their regional competition on January 30.  Mock Trial is a form of debate club for aspiring lawyers and attorneys that simulates an actual court trial. To prepare for the regional competition, the team had meetings everyday after school. “WeContinue Reading

On Jan. 21, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis withdrew from his campaign for the 2024 presidential election. DeSantis’ departure from the race is leaving some voters, like social studies teacher Samantha Phelps, concerned about how voters will react to the remaining elections. “I think the Republican Party is going through aContinue Reading

Dear Rank&File Readers, We want to take a moment to address an opinion piece published recently regarding a school policy on student protests. We understand that the article caused some confusion and concern among our readers, particularly in regards to its reference to the Israel-Hamas conflict. We want to clarifyContinue Reading

Omegle, a website that paired strangers together via video chat, was shut down on Nov. 8, 2023, 14 years after its creation. A female user, claiming that the site neglected to cease sexual harassment which led her to be paired with a child predator, filed a lawsuit in 2021, whichContinue Reading

Darrell General, the Cross Country and Distance Track & Field coach, recently changed jobs from school custodian to a Constructional Assistant, working in the ISS room. General’s new job will allow him to stay off his feet and stay connected with Marshall students, offering help to those in need. GeneralContinue Reading

Rank&File reporters Nadine Drachenko and Rhea Newnaha talked to a sophomore, junior, and senior about their coursework in the middle of the year and advice they have for their incoming class. Watch the video below to see your classmates responses!Continue Reading