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Testing has flaws

Brittany Freeman, Communities Editor

November 30, 2015

Filed under Issue 3, Opinions, Print Issues

Recently, the Obama administration announced their belief that no test should define a class, a student or a teacher. Yet, this isn’t the main idea in schools today. From a student’s perspective, schools in general (namely...

Sports culture sets improper example

Ryan Berger, Events Editor

November 30, 2015

Filed under Issue 3, Opinions, Print Issues

Deflating footballs and domestic violence. Tom Brady and Ray Rice. One of those two committed a crime; the other cheated in a football game. One person was caught on video committing their act, while it was “more probable than...

Satire: MHS parking lot

Athena Zeng, Features Editor

October 31, 2015

Filed under Opinions

As the leaves become vibrant hues of oranges, yellows and reds, MHS's favorite fall pastime is ready to kickoff. It's the start of the October long weekend and therefore a wonderful day for the Annual MHS Parking Lot Games. ...

Relax, reflect on college apps

Lucy Cao, Online & Opinions Editor

October 16, 2015

Filed under Columns, Issue 2, Opinions, Print Issues

Throughout the college admission process, I was always told how stressful it’d be. How terribly tedious. How strenuous. “Just get it done” they would say. At the same time, the pressure to get into an increasingly prestigious...

Halloween Testing

Halloween Testing

October 16, 2015

Ed Board: Don’t forget to destress

October 16, 2015

Filed under Issue 2, Opinions, Print Issues

It’s October, and while we’d like to think that means crisp air, days spent carving jack-o-lanterns and pumpkin spice lattes galore, the reality is, with the changing of the trees, October brings new stress and pressure to...

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