Volleyball player Ivan Limbo shares how he balances his busy schedule. He says it’s important to never give up on what you love.
A hoax shooting call falsely reported a shooting at Los Angeles High School is part of a growing nationwide “swatting” trend, causing fear and panic in schools across the nation.
Despite contrary beliefs, the United States has a long history that supports the act of abortion.
As the weather cools down, Marshall looks back on how heat waves affected students and staff on campus.
Assistant Principle Laura Martinez discusses tardy sweeps and new campus policy.
Throughout history, Asian immigrants have endured racial, social and economic challenges to become a part of American society.
Content warning: This story includes mentions of sexual abuse and physical abuse against women. Our society needs to do a better job of protecting our women of color. A white woman has a better chance of being cared for than a...
Marshall students walked out Oct. 20 in demand of feeling safer at school after a stabbing on campus the day prior.
COVID-19 has changed the way we communicate with others, impacting the English language, though it remains to be seen which language changes will last for many years to come.
Sixty high schools across the U.S. will offer AP African American Studies. The course will address civil rights, politics, literature, the arts and geography.