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Editorial Board: Progress reports prove obsolete

Editorial Board

November 12, 2010

Progress reports. Do they exist? Where are they? Where does one find such a thing? They aren’t sent home with you. They aren’t in your mail. They aren’t passed out by teachers. Try checking Infinite Campus. That’s right, that online portal into the magical world of As, Bs, Cs, Ds and Fs ...

Alex’s Angle: Walmart is taking over the world

Alex Herndon, Opinions Editor

November 12, 2010

Everybody shops there. There’s one in almost every town in America. It’s your friendly Walmart. It’s the one store that offers just about everything you could think to buy at a store at a very low price. Need groceries? Walmart has it. Need campfire equipment? Walmart has it. Need clothes? W...

Varsity football prove they can be one of the states best

Varsity football prove they can be one of the states best

Kevin Schaefer, Page Designer

October 21, 2010

MHS left the gridiron heartbroken last Friday night after their district opener against CBC. Down 41-38 with seven seconds left, the Mustangs ran the ball up the gut from the 1-yard line only to be stopped by a wall of CBC defenders. To save the pain that it has already brought MHS fans, I won’t go...

Race-based scholarships violate equal rights

Catalina Costa, Page Designer

October 15, 2010

When thinking about how to pay for college tuition fees, students needing financial help face two options: student loans and scholarships. Of course, scholarships sound more appealing, but because of affirmative action, some students are unfairly more eligible to scholarships than other students. The Sta...

Really, Marquette?: Facebook models & school spirit

Really, Marquette?: Facebook models & school spirit

Ellen Douglass & Ted Hayes, Arts & Leisue Editor/Ad Manager

October 15, 2010

Hello MHS, it’s us again, Ted and Ellen. Although our last article bashed book readers pretty badly, we do not condone the burning of any book and/or book burning riots. In fact, we may have gone a little overboard by calling them unimportant. On the contrary we actually enjoy a good nonfiction book fr...

iTunes creates new social network, too little too late

iTunes creates new social network, too little too late

Katelyn Rudolph, Community Editor

October 12, 2010

Along with the latest update to iTunes 10, comes a new way for fans to learn about the latest and greatest music from their favorite artists and friends through a social network called iTunes Ping.  iTunes Ping is a social network dedicated just for music and is the latest creation from Apple. The...

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