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.
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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.
Opinion: Remembering the beloved radio host Art Laboe
Art Laboe left a mark on the hearts of the Chicano community. He united us through music, radio and with his true love for his listeners.
Takeaways from the Chargers loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars
The L.A. Chargers lost by four touchdowns in an embarrassing performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept. 25.
How heat waves affected the Marshall campus
As the weather cools down, Marshall looks back on how heat waves affected students and staff on campus.
What John Marshall High School’s tardy sweeps mean for students
Assistant Principle Laura Martinez discusses tardy sweeps and new campus policy.
It’s official, Ned Fulmer is no longer part of the Try Guys. Here’s why.
Ned Fulmer was fired from the Try Guys group for having an affair with a colleague.
Club Rush is one way the Marshall community opens opportunities for students
Marshall students expressing their interests through clubs that explore topics like cultural diversity and political education.