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Buddy Class Goes Caroling

Buddy Class Goes Caroling

Waha Siddiqui and Jordyn Reid

December 5, 2018


Filed under Features, MHSNews, Video

Olivia Meier, sophomore, heard commotion outside her fifth hour classroom  Tuesday. Puzzled, she peered outside and saw a group of students jingling bells and singing holiday songs. “They came in with such a cheer that instantly made me feel happy and I really enjoyed the atmosphere they ...

Musician Earns Youtube Views With Original Song

Musician Earns Youtube Views With Original Song

Jen Bosche and Jackson Estwanick

December 3, 2018


Filed under Features, MHSNews, Video

The camera is set up. The ukulele is tuned. The song has been practiced a million times. There are a few mess ups while recording but the end product is just right. Finally, it is uploaded on the computer and published to YouTube. This is the process many YouTube cover singers take. But Marysa Leopando, s...

New Math Class Applies Hands-On Learning

New Math Class Applies Hands-On Learning

Alyssa Shellabarger and Sam Hall

December 3, 2018


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Trigonometry, surface area, measurements. These are some of the units Zach Ernstrom, sophomore, is learning in his geometry class. Supplementing these units are projects such as building stairs and a shed. Ernstrom is taking geometry; however, he is not in a typical geometry class. He is in  the Geo...

Musicians Pursue Musical Careers

Musicians Pursue Musical Careers

Michael Schmitz, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018


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Milo Laux, Class of 2018, walks onto a stage in a dimly lit room. Hearing a few people shout out their name and guitar in hand, Laux approaches the microphone in front of them. This begins the 45-minute performance of the musical artist known as Roses!Hands! “I’ve been writing music since I was a ...

Bakers Deal with the Bittersweet Side of Procrastination

Bakers Deal with the Bittersweet Side of Procrastination

Kailin Zhang and Mansi Mamidi

December 3, 2018


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Coming home after a long day of tests, quizzes and homework, many students feel the pressure and stress often associated with school.  While some students may choose to calm down through watching their favorite Netflix shows, others, including Katie Curran, junior, bake as a way to deal with str...

Photo Gallery: Mustangs Show Their Halloween Spirit

Photo Gallery: Mustangs Show Their Halloween Spirit

Jilian Bunderson and Sarah Harris

November 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Photo Galleries

All around the school, students, staff members, and volunteers participated in Halloween by wearing a wide array of costumes.

Baristas Work Towards a Busy Fall Season

Baristas Work Towards a Busy Fall Season

Waha Siddiqui, Social Media Editor

October 23, 2018


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Paige Mathys, sophomore, starts her days off with a consistent pattern: a hot french vanilla drink with almond milk. Mathys can drink coffee up to three times a day, usually from places such as Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts or The Wolf. During the fall, Mathys’ reliance on her daily dosage of caffe...

Junior Grows Her Dance Career After Performing At The Emmys

Junior Grows Her Dance Career After Performing At The Emmys

Marta Mieze, Copy Editor

October 9, 2018


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When she was seven years old, she started tap dancing. Now, at 16, she performed at the Emmy Governors’ Ball and plans to graduate early to continue her career as a tap dancer in New York. Addi Loving, junior, said, after completing her junior year, she would only have one class left to complet...

Chemistry Teacher Takes Math Class at MHS

Chemistry Teacher Takes Math Class at MHS

Mansi Mamidi, Features Editor

October 8, 2018


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When Supraneeth Yedem, freshman, walked into his Honors Algebra 2 class at the beginning of the year, he was surprised to see Ryan Bixby, chemistry teacher, in the seat next to his. “At first, I didn’t even realize he was a teacher,” Yedem said. “He didn’t look like a student, because he’s tall ...

How MHS Students Spend, Save, and Manage Their Money

How MHS Students Spend, Save, and Manage Their Money

Jilian Bunderson, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018


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For months, Anne Getts, junior, saved up constantly, found new ways to have fun for free and avoided any extra spending so she could buy her very own car. “I only spent about $20 in the course of March to late July,” Getts said. Getts said the car - a 2005 convertible - was $2,400 because ...

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