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Juniors Natalie Anderson and AJ Burger dance together. Anderson has attended the dance every year since her freshman year and prefers it to Homecoming because she said there are always fewer people and better music. “I just go because she goes,” Burger said.

Photo Gallery: MACC Hosts Winter Dance

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2020

Center Stage won second runner-up and Best Closer at the Smith-Cotton Show Me Classic competition Feb. 1.

Center Stage Competes at Smith-Cotton Show Me Classic

Kailin Zhang, Online Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2020

From emotional ballads to high-energy dance numbers, Center Stage members performed five mash-up songs onstage at the Smith-Cotton Show Me Classic competition Feb. 1.  As part of Center Stage,...

Many different students drink many different types of tea.

Tea Traditions: Examining tea from cultures around the world

Sarah Harris, Associate Editor February 6, 2020

Within the United States, tea is an agent for relaxation and detoxing the body. However, within other cultures around the world tea has a greater cultural significance.  After water, tea is the...

Review: You

Review: You

Arpitha Sistla, Staff Reporter February 4, 2020

Murder, mystery and “mommy issues.” Netflix’s second season of their Lifetime-turned-Netflix show “You” dropped Dec. 26  and became an instant hit.  The second season follows the...

Review: Little Women

Review: Little Women

Alayna Higdon, Staff Reporter January 31, 2020

Sitting in the theater, I had tears in my eyes. “Little Women” left me contemplating my life choices and reflecting on my goals and aspirations.  “Little Women” is based on the book written...

Sarah Abbas, junior, poses with her award, which recognizes her as the STL Youth Poet Laureate 2020 at UrbArts on Monday, Jan. 20. She will go on to compete in the Midwest Laureate later this year and if she wins, she will apply to be the National Laureate.

Junior Becomes STL Youth Poet Laureate

Waha Siddiqui, News Editor January 31, 2020

As the lights center on her, Sarah Abbas, junior, takes a deep breath with a microphone in hand and opens her eyes to an audience. For Abbas, this scene is all too familiar. She has been performing...

MHSNews | Center Stage Hosts 18th Annual Clinic

Katie Schowe, Staff Reporter January 28, 2020

While most students were not at school on Martin Luther King Junior Day, kids in first to eighth grade made their way to Marquette to take part in an afternoon of dancing and games at the 18th annual Center...

Friday Fives: Sick Days

Friday Fives: Sick Days

Caroline Cudney, Staff Reporter January 24, 2020

As we get further into January, one of the coldest winter months, it seems like everybody is getting sick with common colds and the flu, as the weather has been extremely cold. Here are some things to...

The One Acts are on Jan. 24 and 25 in the theater. Tickets are currently on sale for $3.

Seniors Prepare for the One Acts

Sarah Harris, Associate Editor January 23, 2020

One Acts, short plays directed and executed by seniors involved in the Marquette Theatre Company (MTC), are an annual tradition . This year, there are only two student directors. In the past, Blindauer...

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