MHS hosts job fair for students

Dylan DeBord, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2020

On Wednesday, March 11, twenty businesses participated in the MHS job fair in the Commons during fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh periods. Many students interacted with these business employers to not only learn more about the...

The Iowa Caucus controversy: a collapsing tradition?

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion & Online Editor

March 13, 2020

  The 2020 presidential race went into full swing with the first round of caucuses and primary voting beginning with the Iowa Caucus on Feb. 3. Iowa has traditionally been the first state to begin voting, and this state’s...

Honors Jazz Ensemble takes first at Purdue University

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

February 19, 2020

Instrumental jazz ensembles from five states across the Midwest competed for the top spot at the 30th annual Purdue Jazz Festival from Jan. 17-18. Mundelein’s Honors Jazz Ensemble brought home first place in the large high school...

Putting a rumor to rest: MHS recycles

Hannah Stanley, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2020

A misconception among the staff and students is that MHS does not recycle and only appears to recycle by having bins in the classrooms. Some students have speculated that the recycling from the bins are just thrown into ...

MHS introduces emergency day alternative: e-Learning

Ashley Cline, Features Editor

December 11, 2019

Say farewell to an endless number of lazy snow days when the roads turn into snow dunes and ice rinks. Starting this year, if the students can’t get to school and two emergency days have passed, the school will come to the students...

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