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Joe Stazzone, Senior, celebrates Senior Night with teammates John Schaefer, Junior, and Lucas Bier, Junior.

Homeless to Homage

Carter Van Buskirk, Staff Reporter February 13, 2020

What does homelessness look like? Is it the man begging for money on the side of the road? Is it the impoverished family living in a homeless shelter? Or is it the boy who aced his biology test right next...

MHSNews | NHS Hosts Annual Blood Drive

Katie Schowe and R.C. Gioia February 12, 2020

National Honors Society hosted the annual blood drive in the small gym on February 3, giving students and teachers the opportunity to save lives.

MHSNews | More Than Meets The Eye

R.C. Gioia, Staff Reporter February 5, 2020

Richie Tienter is not like other freshmen. Five months after he was born and after numerous doctor visits, his parents were told that he had optic nerve hypoplasia, a disorder characterized by the underdevelopment...

Behind Brayden’s Wacky Wardrobe

Behind Brayden’s Wacky Wardrobe

Zara Tola, Data Journalist February 3, 2020

While most students tend to stick to a simple pairing of a shirt and pants for their school day attire, one student has defied this standard approach in his clothing. Brayden Haas, senior, walks the...

MHSNews | Lacing Up: Shoe Entrepreneurs On The Rise

Shon Sayfuddinov, Associate Producer January 29, 2020

With the growing popularity of sneaker culture, young entrepreneurs have began to start their own shoe businesses. Senior Chase Callahan has been in the business of selling and collecting shoes since 6th...

MHSNews | Meet Mel

Shon Sayfuddinov, Associate Producer January 13, 2020

From the classroom to the parking lot, former teacher Mel Carusso made a career change that brought her to Marquette. After leaving a job that she loved, Mel was unsure of where her new position behind...

Is Music a Friend or a Foe in Classrooms?

Is Music a Friend or a Foe in Classrooms?

Molly Sillitto, Staff Reporter December 18, 2019

Consumers in the United States spend an average of 24 hours a week listening to music, and according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll, statistics show that 87 percent of students prefer listening to...

Making Your

Making Your “Holiday Dreams” Come True

Zara Tola, Data Journalist December 13, 2019

‘Tis the season of giving at MHS. While many students look forward to receiving gifts this season, not every family at MHS has the financial means to get gifts for their students. This year, the MHS...

Abby Grace, senior, waters a variety of herbs and green on her deck. Grace's family started gardening last year and have since incorporated their harvest into their diet.

Environmental Concerns Provoke Action

Lauren Pickett, Staff Reporter December 6, 2019

Is this an ethical brand? Are they using sustainable resources? These were senior Abby Grace’s thoughts as she was looking for a Homecoming dress. Her sustainability efforts are incorporated throughout...

A variety of side dishes are common in Korean culture.

You Are What You Eat

Lauren Pickett, Staff Reporter December 6, 2019

As Thanksgiving approaches, students and staff from diverse backgrounds reflect on their personal relationships to cultural food traditions.

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