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Joy was born to a hockey family in Canada and immersed into hockey culture at a young age.

Senior breaks career goals, assists points records

Hyunsung Na May 7, 2022

After four years of playing on the Flower Mound Marcus Hockey team, Senior Griffin Joy finished his final Flower Mound Marcus FMM Hockey season, as the leader in career goals, assists and scores. With...

Since opening up Roots Renewal Ranch on Nov. 1, Michelle Schwolert has six residents currently.

Finding new roots

Shriya Mukkavilli May 7, 2022

Former student assistance counselor Michelle Schwolert was working at the school in her office on Nov. 11, 2020 when her mother texted her to meet her in the parking lot. She had newsHer brother Nathan...

Marquettes line up before the beginning of the pep rally on March 2.

Marquette annual spring show celebrates 40 years

Aishani Raju April 7, 2022

 The Marquettes are having a Spring Show to commemorate their 40th anniversary from April 7-9. The show will be in the MAC at 7 p.m..  Marquette director Alice Dack has been director for the past...

Prom fits

Prom fits

Garrison Acree and Muna Nnamani April 2, 2022

Let’s face it — almost every junior and senior will be at prom this year. After witnessing what happened to the classes of 2020 and 2021, every upperclassman will bury their excuses and Cha-Cha Slide...

After she graduates, senior Rhea Karamuru hopes Rel8 will continue to help students.

Making connections

Muna Nnamani March 29, 2022

When senior Rhea Karumuru sat in the counselor’s chair, fleshing out what would eventually become an outreach program, she wasn’t thinking about the entire student body — she was just thinking about...

Celebrate Marcus will take place on March 30 and will showcase students different cultures.

Student advisory group to host annual culture fair

Marley Roberson March 27, 2022

The school will be holding its third annual cultural fair, “Celebrate Marcus” on March 30 during first and second period. Event organizer and Student Advisory Group Sponsor Lori Dodson says that...

MEDS club officer Seher Hasan and sophomore Harsh Singh took the toys raised in the drive to the Dallas Childrens Medical Center on March 15.

MEDS club hosts toy drive

Aishani Raju March 25, 2022

The Medical Education for Dedicated Students (MEDS) club dropped off 108 toys and raised $375 in gift cards for the Dallas Children’s Medical Center. Junior MEDS Club officer Seher Hasan, and sophomore...

After placing 2nd in state competitions, the Academic Decathlon team will advance to nationals on Thursday, April 21.

Academic decathlon advances to nationals, breaks school records

Harrison Hamre and Muna Nnamani March 23, 2022

The Academic Decathlon team will advance to the online nationals tournament on April 21-23. The team is currently ranked second in the state, fifth in the country, which is a first for the school and...

Bright colors and prints have become staples in Gios wardrobe.

His own style

Sophia Craig and Hyunsung Na March 21, 2022

  8-year-old Gio Watson stood in the tall door frame of his mother’s room, in awe of the new purple and white blanket draped on his mom’s bed. He dragged the blanket down the stairs, all over...

Following the retirement of Dr. Rogers in January, Dr. Lori Rapp will serve as the first female superintendent in district history.

New superintendent shares goals

Sophia Craig March 21, 2022

Dr. Lori Rapp has many titles. Mother. Teacher. Administrator. And most recently, the first female superintendent in the district. Rapp said she looks forward to serving as the superintendent after...

Models show off dresses from junior Jordan Thompsons debut collection, Petals of Rose.

Tailored to her dreams

Marley Roberson February 11, 2022

Editor's note: This story won excellent for print entertainment features in the 2022 TAJE Best in Texas contest. Decorations of gold, green and purple filled the Mardi Gras themed restaurant, Mrs. Lively’s...

Recent bills spark controversy about history education

Recent bills spark controversy about history education

Hyunsung Na, Aishani Raju, and Harrison Hamre February 1, 2022

Editor’s note: This story was part of the Jan. 19, 2022 in-depth package that won best series/project in the Dallas Morning News high school journalism contest. It also won first place for in-depth...

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