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Marshal Magazine
A magazine created by journalism students at Rockwell Charter High School in Eagle Mountain, Utah.
A magazine created by journalism students at Rockwell Charter High School in Eagle Mountain, Utah.
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by Kaya Garza Many of us have been personally touched by exchange students as we’ve learned so much about their cultures, way of life, and languages. When they come to Rockwell, they bring little pieces of their country with them and we are lucky enough…
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“I love music. I spend a lot of time making my own music and practicing my guitar. I’ve taken choir for years so I can work on vocals and being in front of people. I try to get gigs and stuff. In August I performed at a tribute concert for Chester…
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Congrats to our Lady Marshals on their home-opener win!

by Sidney Bernabeu | Marshal Magazine | Both girls Varsity and JV teams defeated the Utah Military Academy Monday. Varsity won 55-20. They came onto the court well prepared and ready to win. The team is mostly made up of new girls this year but, as the…
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“Why do we take things for granted? I always ask myself that question, and then I complain why I don’t have a car or brand new things. Then I take a step back, and notice that there are people that have completely nothing and still find a way to enjoy…
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Marshals gathered together to kick off the fall sports season at a back to school, fall sports assembly Thursday. The assembly began with the introduction of student government, followed by the introduction of sports teams: baseball, volleyball, drill,…
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Humans of Rockwell: Michelle Millerberg #humansofrockwell #rchs

“I had a really good math teacher in high school and my sister had a horrible math teacher in junior high. I decided I wanted to be a math teacher to be the opposite; I wanted to become a good teacher. One time, a student who hated math and was very vocal…
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Humans of Rockwell: Marshall Sellers | “My first memory was when I woke up in my car seat and I was at my grandparents’ house. I went to Kindergarten in a church. It had this rope swing and I remember swinging on it all the time. It was like my most favorite thing to do.

Oh, ha ha ha, I had this friend. His name was Devin and he didn’t have a right leg, but he would take it off and chase the girls down with it (well, I guess it would be more like a hobble…). Anyway, it was so funny. I don’t even know what else. I guess I have a lot of stories. Oh, and I’m a twin. I guess that’s kind of cool.”

– Marshall Sellers, Sophomore

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Humans of Rockwell: Lindsey Plouzek | "Meeting my best friend in fifth grade was a turning point in my life. She has helped me through a lot. She's helped make my life better. She's also the reason that I decided to come to Rockwell. I like Rockwell because I have made so many friends here and the fact that there's less people gives me the chance to get the one-on-one help that I need. Just coming to Rockwell has helped me to be more self confident."
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