MHS parking lot needs assigned student parking spots

Maddy Neuwald, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2019

Parking at MHS isn’t just bad; it’s horrible. In a survey that was open to MHS students via social media for about a week during February, 95 percent of around 85 respondents agreed that the school parking lot needs updating...

Freshman provides feedback on Freshman Advisory: The Benefits & the Downfalls

Ashley Cline, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2019

Freshman year is a lot to take in for new high school students, as the jump from middle school to high school comes with many challenges, academically and socially. Navigating a new school and a new routine as well as getting...

Stress, depression are not necessarily the same

Tress Dorfler, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2019

The four years of high school can prove to be the most challenging, most changing time of a teenager’s life. There’s so much to do and so little time to do it. Many, if not all, students deal with a significant amount of...

Protect the planet, ban plastic bags

Sarah Parduhn, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2019

As Americans, we thrive on efficiency and finding ways to make our lives easier. Companies thrive on our need to make our lives easier. That’s where plastic bags come in. Americans use more than 100 million plastic bags a...

College: Does the decision come too soon?

Tyler Yakimisky, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 25, 2019

With turning 18 comes an avalanche of responsibilities. Some of these include the ability to vote, to serve on a jury, to buy a lottery ticket, to sign legal documents, to apply for a credit card and to buy a house. You are...

How to survive Valentine’s Day if you’re single

Hannah Stanley, Sports Editor

February 25, 2019

Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day-- the holiday that all of us single ladies and men look forward to every year. Celebrating a holiday for lovers makes those hesitant-relationship gurus feel a little left out, but there’s numerous ...

Partisan politics leads to unnecessary government shutdown

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion Editor

February 25, 2019

The U.S. is built on the principles of checks and balances, on the legislature being able to limit the power of the executive and vice versa. But what happens when these two sides collide and the result is a prolonged stalemate? W...

New year, new you: Make your resolutions stick this time

Maggie O'Donnell, Features Editor

February 20, 2019

  Coming into the New Year, resolutions are made but not always executed like people would like. People may make goals that are difficult to achieve or make multi-step goals that can be hard to continue throughout the new...

Chaos, but not fraud, reigned in Florida midterms

Mackenzie Stewart, News Editor

December 11, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections have captivated millions of Americans across the country with new Democratic gains in the U.S. House of Representatives and in key state positions and with allegations of voter fraud. Notably, Democrat...

Christmas before December: How early is too early?

Hannah Stanley, Sports Editor

December 11, 2018

Many love to get into the holiday spirit when Christmas season comes around, but often these celebrations occur far before the so-called ‘Christmas season.’ A great deal of people start celebrating Christmas just after Halloween,...

Two Strikes and you’re out: what happened to three?

Madison Parola, Co-editor-In-Chief

November 14, 2018

The start of this school year was normal and enjoyable; many students went about their days following MHS rules about having hallway passes and showing IDs when entering and leaving the building. When the new assistant principal...