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Aerospace engineering windsurfs

Aerospace engineering windsurfs

Melissa Jung, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2010

It’s not every day that students get to windsurf in class. However, in Aerospace Engineering, a class new to MHS this year, students had the opportunity to see what windsurfing would really be like. "We study many different aspects of engineering," Steve Selle, Aerospace Engineering teacher, said. T...

Fosheim to become a high-fashion model

Fosheim to become a high-fashion model

Nina Luo, News Editor

November 12, 2010

Height: 5’8". Waist: 24". Hair: Blonde. Eyes: Green. Her name is Allie Fosheim, sophomore, and she could very well be the next supermodel. Fosheim was discovered by Jeff and Mary Clarke, co-founders and co-owners of Mother Model Management, a high-fashion focused agency that scouts pote...

Belpulsi knits, raises money for animal charity

Ted Hayes, Ad Manager

November 12, 2010

Upon seeing an abandoned bunny, senior Katie Belpulsi decided to turn her Fashion Construction One project into a charitable business. "I just wanted to do something helpful," Belpulsi said. One day before work, Belpulsi’s dog tore into a bunny nest leaving one baby bunny deserted Short on ti...

Senior cheerleader wins prestigous sports award

Liza Poskin, Associate Editor

October 27, 2010

Hailey Wexler, senior, was recognized on Monday, Oct. 25 as the school winner for MHS in the national contest for the Wendy’s High School Heisman (WHSH) award. According to www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com, the program judges students based on their academic achievements, community service involvement...

New traditions, assemblies add to school spirit

New traditions, assemblies add to school spirit

Ellen Douglass, Arts & Leisure Editor

October 22, 2010

The new administration has brought diversity, new Trivia Thursday hosts and different policies to MHS. Along with these new additions, Associate Principal Dr. Jennifer Sebold helped to put the "spirit" in "spirit week" this year. Dr. Sebold took it upon herself to form a committee including Rick Regina...

Business classes items start selling again

Carrie Hall, Page Designer

October 19, 2010

It’s time to clear out the wallets; business management is back in action. Business management is a class offered at MHS that allows students to create and sell a product to the school. The class also allows students to get paid depending on how much they sell. “Business management seemed like...

Rap inspires original music creations

Kevin Kafoury, Sports Editor

October 15, 2010

Its roots sprung from South Bronx, New York in the late 1970s. Artists such as Grandmaster Flash, the Sugarhill Gang, and Afrika Bambaata soon carried out the new culture known as hip-hop, originally modeled after African tradition, not just music. The music, known as rap, has spread its South Bronx...

Student singers post YouTube videos

Student singers post YouTube videos

Danielle Green, Page Designer

October 15, 2010

Many celebrities have made their break into fame over the internet. Justin Bieber, Canadian R&B and pop singer, is one of the many well known celebrities who became famous through Youtube. Scooter Brawny, Bieber’s manager, discovered Bieber, then age 12, through a Youtube video. Today, Bieber is a n...

Local bands gain attention, admirers

Local bands gain attention, admirers

Carrie Hall, Page Designer

October 15, 2010

Fans, fame and recognition. Local bands are desperate to get their name out there and now bands are turning to their favorite bands to help them break out into the spotlight.  Bands like Hear Me Roar! and Say It Back are getting their name out there by booking shows with national bands passing through...

Asian students speak out on widespread racial stereotypes

Michael Bruno, Features Editor

October 15, 2010

Driven, but bad drivers. Intelligent, but nerdy. Proud, but culturally disconnected. The list of stereotypes toward Asians is full of positives and negatives. But some Asian students have found that these generalizations are nothing more than an annoyance. The first and most popular of the ste...

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