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Review: Netflix’s ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ sparks internet upheaval
Netflix’s new original TV show about a serial killer, Jeffery Dahmer, raises controversy online regarding concerns over the sensitivity of victims’ families and the alleged fetishization of killers.
Column: Life as an Oaxacan
Racism is everywhere. But we should be proud of who we are and know there will always be people out there who have your back.
Q&A: High school life is stressful enough. How does a volleyball player handle it?
Volleyball player Ivan Limbo shares how he balances his busy schedule. He says it’s important to never give up on what you love.
Mid-semester check-in for Marshall seniors
John Marshall High School’s class of 2023 weigh in on how their senior year is going so far.
Review: ‘2:22: A Ghost Story’ sets a precedent for what theatrical horror should be
Does some modern horror belong on the stage? “2:22” says yes.
From Marshall student to Marshall coach and teacher
Joseph Manahan has taught and coached volleyball at his alma mater for 20 years. He said Marshall is his home and he’s happy to serve his school and community.
Opinion: Gen Z’s ethical consumption debate lacks nuance
What started as an open conversation about environmentalism, the working class and the world has since shifted into an extremist debate.
Review: ‘Will of the People’ is an experimental display of everything there is to love about Muse
“The Will of the People” is a breathtaking album by the British rock band, Muse, exemplifying a diverse set of genres.
Review: Jennette McCurdy’s ‘I’m Glad my Mom Died’ is comically morbid but eye-opening
Jenette McCurdy’s book “I’m Glad My Mom Died” is a powerful memoir that depicts a resilient journey of enduring trauma.