On Oct. 18, a travel ban arranged by President Donald Trump will be placed on the nations of Chad, Iran, Libya, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Somalia and North Korea. Based on the country, the ban will restrict the countries immigrants and or non-immigrants from entering the United States with exceptions to people with certain travel visas.Read More
A new school year comes with new additions for the students of Marshfield high school.
Student planners have been introduced to students this year and many are questioning whether it's helpful or not. Students are expected to use their planners to stay organized. The planners are part of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, which teaches educators skills in order to prepare students in high school, college and future careers.Read More
On Sunday, Oct. 8, the MHS Charity Program hosted the annual Color the Marsh 5k run. The event took place at the Millicoma track and started at 1 p.m. The event was ran by Jennifer Bunnell and the contestants of the MHS Charity Program. The contestants are Justin Banks, Garrett Lefebvre, Dontae Givens, Phillip Hernandez, Luca Tine, Tyler Post, Zach Kellar, Will Forbes, Andy Prince, Ethan Cleveland and Jacob Dean.Read More
Say goodbye to waiting to the end of a semester to retake a test.
New testing policies are changing the way all Marshfield students retake or make up tests.
According to counselor Laura Osbon, it was common practice for many students to wait until just before a grading period to finish or retake an exam.Read More
The beloved internet game that dominated many childhoods is scheduled to shut down in March, but worry not, a new Club Penguin game is being released for mobile devices.
The game will be replaced with a mobile-only game on iOS and Android called Club Penguin Island.
On the Disney Club Penguin Island website, there is a short trailer for Club Penguin Island.Read More
With a new name, the ARK project set its sails to rescue a flood of homeless youth.
Once known as the Maslow Project, the ARK (At-Risk-Kids) Project assists youths aged 0-21 in helping to keep at-risk kids and families afloat.
Labyrinth: a single pass with no dead ends and no wrong turns. Denny Dike, a local labyrinth artist who has made his mark on Bandon beaches and the Blossom Gulch Elementary School playground, started drawing labyrinths in 2003 to be used as meditation tools.Read More
Schools are missing an integral part of the teaching process: teachers. Oregon is facing a growing crisis in the lack of teachers. For the past few years, a decrease in available staff has caused a disconnect throughout the school.Read More
Alternative education in the Coos Bay School District is receiving an overhaul. Harding Learning Center is currently in the process of a large change, which includes moving away from traditional education and developing new resources for teaching.
According to Harding Principal and Marshfield Assistant Principal Shelly McKnight, Harding’s current schedule is not so different from Marshfield’s.
Garrick Bauer, also known by his developer pseudonym, CannashBlue, has never been one to be called a square. However, he has now created an app which promises to let you die at the hands of squares.
“I have always loved coding,” Bauer said. “I have also had an irrational fear of squares.”