New Snow White movie disappoints audience

Gracen Lee, Reporter

May 18, 2016

Filed under Editorial

This year Hollywood had a hit and miss with “Snow White and the Huntsman” prequel/sequel. “The Huntsman: Winter War” came out into theaters this weekend and was a big flop compared to its first movie. “The Huntsman:...

Canada prepares for American immigrants

Nick Schnorberger, Reporter and Editor

March 18, 2016

Filed under Editorial

What started as a funny act that could be used for joke material, has become scarier and scarier as time went on. I am of course talking about one thing: Donald Trump’s presidential run. The momentum he has gained and sustained...

Batman V Superman

Batman V Superman

November 23, 2015

Weatherman Matt drops some sick beats

February 12, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Video

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Fifty Shades of changed ratings leave teens eager

Nadia Lake, Reporter

February 9, 2015

Filed under Editorial

Whether you have read the books or not, we all know what Fifty Shades of Grey is about. It’s a highly advertised book between the raunchy content and creepy but attractive main character. The book will soon be made into a much-awaited...

Dance attendees shouldn’t abuse extended curfew

Nadia Lake, Reporter

January 16, 2015

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School dances are something most teenagers look forward to. Homecoming and Prom are the big ones, but Winterfest is a nice adjustment into the New Year with formal dresses and nice looking boys. The tickets are purchased during...

MHS cell phone policy raises mixed emotions

Ashton Bowman and Katie Jennings, Reporters

January 16, 2015

Filed under Editorial

PRO: The cell phone policy should be enforced more here at Monroe High School. Students abuse the fact that teachers won’t take them away way too much. Students keep pushing and pushing for their phones not to be taken away,...

Teenagers should not be allowed to trick or treat

Selena Lara, Reporter

November 4, 2014

Filed under Editorial

Traditionally, younger children have been the ones going door to door asking for candy, as they have for 100 years, according to the History Channel’s website. Trick or treating has gone from “trick-or-treat!” with a child...

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