Do you have a hard time choosing between which app to use to listen to music? The choice is between Spotify, Pandora, or Apple Music. Lets see what the students had to say.Read More
The winter semi-formal came to Marshfield on December 9th from 8-11 pm. Not only was it open to Marshfield students 9th through 12th grade but it's also open to other school districts such as, North Bend, Bandon, Coquille and Reedsport.Read More
The Speech and Debate team has entered their qualifying tournament season and one student already accomplished the goal of making it to the national tournament.
Last weekend, senior Rachel Simon qualified for the tournament in congressional debate. It will take place on June 18 in Birmingham, Ala.
Be prepared to be fully immersed in the showing of the production “Death and Taxes” as the audience participates in every moment of the performance.“Death and Taxes” is a murder mystery, comedy and audience participation play set in the small town of Hendricks where a lifeless body has been discovered.Read More
Some compare him to Prince and some believe he is the reincarnation of Michael Jackson. With an album put together as well as this one, I am honestly starting to believe he may be. Starboy is the third studio album from Canadian singer, songwriter and record producer Abel Tesfaye or better known by his stage pseudonym, The Weeknd.Read More
The Upbeats traveled to California last weekend to perform in front of a Disneyland audience. Marshfield’s dance team, coached by social studies teacher Debbie Brown, was invited to a skills camp in Disneyland this year along with several other teams.
Senior captain Ireland Gerber said the team was excited after applying to get into the program.Read More
The first choir concert with new director William Paget took place last Thursday, Oct. 25th. According to Paget, the concert was a huge success.
“It went really spectacularly,” Paget said.
Senior Ali Randle is a member of the concert choir and has been singing since the fifth grade. According to Randle, Paget has brought a different feeling to choir.Read More
If you’re looking for the bear necessities, or just want to forget about your worries and your strife, then pull up a movie seat because the new adaption of “The Jungle Book” is a surprisingly satisfying take on a classic. The story begins with Mowgli, the "man-cub," racing through the jungle with his wolf clan host family and his guardian, the black panther named Bagheera.Read More