MHS seniors push off college application

Jalen Scott, Reporter

March 3, 2016

It's the first of January and you don't even know what the word FAFSA means. Applied to any colleges? No. Put down your deposit on your dorm room? No. Have you even decided what college is best for you? No. That's ok because preparing...

Freshmen share first homecoming memories

Natalie Glick, Reporter

October 27, 2015

Freshman tackled their first homecoming a few weeks ago and now everyone is remembering it as an amazing first experience. Freshman, Claire Dushane came from a private school so her first homecoming experience was very different....

Students comment on summer plans

Kacy Hall, Reporter

May 29, 2015

As the school year comes to an end, students are eager to start summer 2015. Whether they travel across the country, stay inside and play video games, or layout in their backyard, they’re all in for an eventful summer. Freshman...

Organize, ask questions to become less stressed during school, ACT

Shelby Walerius, Junior Reporter

February 9, 2015

High school is a stressful time for most students. Yes, the football games are fun to attend and it’s exciting to see your friends every day, but high school is the time when grades really start to count. Most students can get...

Scholarships offer college affordability

Tatumn Wener, Senior Reporter

February 9, 2015

It’s no question that going away to college can be very, very expensive. The cost of tuition, room, board, and textbooks will empty your pockets and drink your tears. However, we shouldn’t let the fear of student debt stop...

School dances cause students to take advantage of extended curfew

Nadia Lake, Reporter

January 21, 2015

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...

Kennedy Russeau

Kennedy Russeau

October 9, 2014

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