• Editorial

    A Deeper Look At MHS

    by  • January 16, 2015 • Editorial, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Freshman year has come and gone, but I will never forget my first impression of the school. It was 2011, and late August arrived; groggy freshman gathered in front of the stairs of the auditorium and awaited the start of another school year. I saw a mixture of old and new faces, but I...

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    A Generation In Love with Disorder

    by  • January 16, 2015 • Editorial, Opinion • 0 Comments

    For centuries, it has been a stereotype that teenagers are foolish, naive, and have essentially  nothing figured out. While this may or may not be true, in recent years, teenagers have started to embrace this negative stereotype rather than try to fight it as past generations have. It seems that we have lost all...

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    Raising the Bar Ad Nauseam

    by  • January 7, 2015 • Editorial, Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Advanced Darkness

      Why the drive for a greater AP program misses the mark for students who love to learn… and those who don’t Today, getting into (a fantastic) college seems to be the most important thing in every student’s life. From the time that we are in middle school until our applications are submitted, guidance...

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    Oh, The Places You Can Go!

    by  • December 12, 2014 • Editorial, Entertainment, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Book cover of "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" Image taken from Wikimedia.

    After submitting applications to colleges in Illinois, Maryland, and Vermont, the realizations began to set in and the questions began to erupt. How often can I visit home? Will I regret going so far away? How badly will I miss being in Massachusetts? I have not thoroughly thought about how difficult it may be...

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    To Vote or Not To Vote? That is Not The Question

    by  • November 18, 2014 • Editorial, Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Nov. 4, 2014. Midterm elections. Results: Republicans take control of both houses of Congress, with a majority of 53 in the senate and 243 (out of 435) in the House of Representatives; Massachusetts elects Republican Charlie Baker as governor; our districts’ elected state representatives are senator-elect Jason Lewis and representative-elect Steven Ultrino; Ballot questions...

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