• Business Incubator students present at mock “Shark Tank” event

    Business Incubator students present at mock “Shark Tank” event

    Maggie O'Donnell, staff reporter

    May 17, 2017

    To finish out the first year of its existence, the Business Incubator class held its first-ever Pitch Night in the Commons Area and the Auditorium on Monday, May 15. The Pitch Night was inspired by the show Shark Tank, so local business leaders attended the event, acting as the “sharks” while six...

    Terri Doby, junior, shows off her idea Eatzy. Doby was competing to win The People’s Choice to get the chance to present her idea in front of the business leaders later in the night.

  • STEM building meets expectations after first year

    STEM building meets expectations after first year

    Tyler Yakimisky, assistant editor

    May 15, 2017

    Many students anticipated wonderful aspects from the newly built STEM wing in the 2016-2017 school year. Their dreams came alive as the new wing left lasting first impressions. Said Jake Devine, sophomore, “It was really cool to see the whole idea come to life and finally be able to have classes in...

    MHS new logo is in the main hallway of the new wing.

  • MHS Seniors Spread Their Futures Far, Wide

    MHS Seniors Spread Their Futures Far, Wide

    Alex Heraty, Staff Reporter

    May 11, 2017

    On May 1, the seniors officially made their decisions on their post-high school plans. For many, life after MHS involves going to college, and for others, it’s the workforce or the military. No matter what seniors’ intentions are, they will no longer be contained in the same building each day....

    Shannon Heiberger, U.S. Marines: Heiberger observes the Wall of Honor at the MHS where past students and staff who served in the United States military are recognized. She decided to join the Marines because she wants a future in law enforcement. She said, “I wanted to be part of something more important than any individual.”

    Alex Heraty

  • Seniors Show Off on Decision Day

    Seniors Show Off on Decision Day

    Alex Heraty, Staff Reporter

    May 11, 2017

    As seniors started to wrap-up their high school careers, they took time to show off what their life after high school will look like. On Monday, May 1, seniors planning on going to college celebrated their final decisions on where they will be going to school at the first-ever Decision Day celebration...

    A map showing where four of MHS's students plan to go and pursue future plans.

    Alex Heraty

  • Summer Lovin’

    Summer Lovin’

    Maggie O'Donnell, Staff Reporter

    May 10, 2017

    As summer approaches, students at MHS are making plans with friends and family members. Plans for the next two and a half months range from participating in sporting events to going on vacation. “I’m going to go on vacation to the Bahamas with my family and probably going to swim in the ocean,...

    Eugene Kim , '15; Ashley Nensel, '16; Adriana Feijoo, senior; and Eubin Kim, junior; pose in front of the Lollapalooza sign at 2016's festival.

    Adriana Feijoo

Business Incubator students present at mock “Shark Tank” event

Business Incubator students present at mock “Shark Tank” event

Maggie O'Donnell, staff reporter

To finish out the first year of its existence, the Business Incubator class held its first-ever Pitch Night in the Commons Area and the Auditorium on Monday, May 15. The Pitch Night was inspired by the show Shark Tank, so...

May 17, 2017No Comments

STEM building meets expectations after first year

STEM building meets expectations after first year

Tyler Yakimisky, assistant editor

Many students anticipated wonderful aspects from the newly built STEM wing in the 2016-2017 school year. Their dreams came alive as the new wing left lasting first impressions. Said Jake Devine, sophomore, “It was really...

May 15, 2017No Comments

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New book paints life of a politician

New book paints life of a politician

Carson Beck, staff reporter

"Two Paths: America Divided Or United" by John Kasich is unique because Kasich gives his day-by-day first-person perspective on what a true politician is like working with...

May 15, 2017

How to Properly Binge Watch Netflix

How to Properly Binge Watch Netflix

Kate Siltman, Management Editor

In this day and age, online streaming of entertainment is not foreign to the average household in America. Netflix is one service that provides consumers access to seasons...

May 9, 2017

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NBA, NHL playoffs draw many, many fans rooting for their teams

NBA, NHL playoffs draw many, many fans rooting for their teams

Tyler Yakimisky, assistant editor

With the NBA and NHL playoffs both starting in the middle of April and ending in late May, many sports fans countrywide are looking forward to this intriguing time of year for sports.  The playoffs taking place at the same tim...

May 16, 2017No Comments

Mustangs vs. Lakes: A Glimpse into Boys Volleyball Season

May 9, 2017

Mustangs Go Toe to Toe with Carmel Corsairs

May 9, 2017

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Parking Lot Panic: Daily Student Transportation Struggles

Parking Lot Panic: Daily Student Transportation Struggles

Melissa Burgett, Stefani Zeiger, TJ Yakimisky, Adriana Feijoo, Ben Szalinski, Madison Parola, Gigi Scibetta, Alex Loding, and Delaney Appelhans

Almost every upperclassmen at MHS has a story about the parking lot, and a majority of them aren’t pleasant. Whether it’s a stickered car, a minor collision or a more consequential encounter at...

May 9, 2017No Comments

Fark.com Takes On Fake News

May 5, 2017

The Good Old Days: What We Will Look Back on After High School Graduation

May 2, 2017

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