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Mobile Typing Influences Student Writing Habits

Mobile Typing Influences Student Writing Habits

Lilly Size, senior, is able to type out whole paragraphs on her phone using two thumbs almost as effectively as she types on a keyboard with 10 fingers. “It makes you think more when you’re on a...

Wednesday, November 13, the Wanderbus, a

“Germany on Wheels”: Wanderbus Visits MHS

Arpitha Sistla, Staff Reporter November 30, 2019

  When Carlen Hite, sophomore, walked into school Friday, Nov. 13, she didn’t know what to expect. Kimberly Hotze, German teacher, had been hyping up the “Wanderbus” field trip for over a month. So,...

MHSNews | Wanderbus Brings German Culture to Marquette

R.C. Gioia, Staff Reporter November 26, 2019

German students took their learning of the language outside the classroom November 13, as they boarded the Wanderbus. The Wanderbus is a travelling program that teaches students German language and culture...

Layla Torgoley, guidance counselor, describes the content on her November

Lessons in the Lavatory With New Guidance Counselor

Lauren Pickett, Staff Reporter November 19, 2019

Layla Torgoley, guidance counselor, said she may have more in common with students than they may realize.  Having graduated from MHS in 2013 and as a UMSL alumni, she describes herself as an Iraninan...

Zoë Malik, junior, stands on the left next to Ally Fitzgerald, sophomore. Katie Weiss, senior, poses on the far right, with Kira Mangan, senior, on the left of her. Ed Bolton, chemistry teacher, is 5' 7

How’s The Weather Up There?

Zara Tola, Data Journalist November 18, 2019

Walking through the halls of Marquette, it’s hard to miss these girls. Tall girls. Although movies like “Tall Girl”, which was released earlier this fall, make it seem like being tall comes with...

Cafeteria Employs Student Stocker

Cafeteria Employs Student Stocker

Waha Siddiqui and Katie Schowe November 14, 2019

While most students her age are asleep, Brianna Komorech, freshman, is sitting in the Commons at 6:15 a.m.  Komorech’s mom, Cindy Komorech, is a member of the child support staff and arrives...

Madison Fischer, senior, enjoys a meal from Chick-fil-a at the mall with her mother. “Being adopted has given me more perspective on being a foreigner and a minority in America and how lucky I am compared to many immigrants that never get a chance to come to America legally,” Fischer said. Photo used with the permission of Madison Fischer.

Senior Celebrates Gotcha Day

Sarah Harris, Associate Editor November 14, 2019

Madison Fischer, senior, was adopted when she was 10 months old. Originally, she was left in a box at a government center in China and it was there that she was found and taken to an orphanage. When...

Nico Case, freshman, takes a picture of his schedule on his smart mirror. Case constructed the mirror over three weeks in the summer on his own.

Q&A: Student Builds Smart Mirror

Connor Del Carmen, Co-Sports Editor November 13, 2019

Nico Case, freshman, recently built a “smart mirror,” a mirror that performs many functions similar to a smartphone. Even though Case had a lack of experience going into the project, he still found...

M4MH members left to right are senior Zach Streicher, junior Laura Dorris, and senior Annie Getts. Club members took additional time outside of Flex meetings to design inspirational posters to be displayed in bathroom stalls this month. The students spent time playing music, coloring their posters, and enjoying each other's company. “So far our meetings have been very educational, and this is much more interactive for everyone,

Mustang 4 Mental Health: Suicide Prevention And Awareness Efforts

Lauren Pickett, Staff Reporter November 8, 2019

Suicide is now the second leading cause of death for people 10 to 34 years of age, advancing from its placement of third in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, leaving the...

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