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In a 2016 survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports, 61 percent of male voters are in favor of women being included in the draft, while only 38 percent of women also agree.

Opinion: Equal Rights, Equal Fights

Molly Sillitto, Staff Reporter January 24, 2020

Starting off the new year with tweets circling raging of World War III certainly was a disturbance to American citizens. Though many of the younger people have put it upon themselves to make light humor...

Opinion: Dismantle the Draft

Opinion: Dismantle the Draft

Will Roach, Opinions Editor January 24, 2020

The Trump Administration ordered an airstrike Jan. 3 that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. After heads of both countries went back and forth with threats of violence, and Iran actually launched...

Spreading News: Activism Through Instagram

Spreading News: Activism Through Instagram

Molly Sillitto, Staff Reporter January 22, 2020

The recent Australian fires that have been raging for more than three months have encouraged people of all ages to take it upon themselves to post on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook in an attempt to spread...

MHSNews | Students on Flex Time Changes

Jackson Estwanick and Shon Sayfuddinov January 16, 2020

With the start of second semester, administrators made several changes to C Day Flex time, including shortening the period from two hours to an hour and a half, moving the period so it follows second hour...

Standing at attention for our closing ceremony at the Sdeh Boker Gadna Base, overlooking the Negev Desert.

An Atheist Pilgrimage Part III

Michael Schmitz, Foreign Correspondent January 7, 2020

Three weeks ago, my Israeli high school program enrolled its American students in a four-day mock military camp called Gadna. Yes, a mandatory military camp. Gadna is widely known in Israel and serves...

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Review: “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”

Will Roach, Opinions Editor December 18, 2019

If I’m honest, I had never even heard of Fred Rogers until I saw a docufilm covering his life and achievements called “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” The experience was enlightening and fulfilling.  Although...

“This year, I’m going to look over stuff and see what I can remember. Other years, I didn’t really study at all. I’ll probably study an hour each night, especially for my hardest class, which will probably be world history. All I remember about finals last year was that it was long and painful. I’m going to go to New Orleans so that should be fun after finals,” Ramond Tate, junior, said.

Speak Out: Studying for Finals

December 14, 2019

With finals quickly approaching, the Messenger asked students: How do you plan on studying for finals this year? 

Christmas stealing Thanksgiving's thunder.

Christmas is Not Being Celebrated too Early

Molly Sillitto, Staff Reporter December 14, 2019

When Halloween comes to an end and skeletons and pumpkins are put away, a new jingle arises in the distance. Jingle bells. Every Nov. 1, Christmas lights are thrown onto roofs and jolly music is blasted...

Of the 1,225 Playoff shirts ordered, 126 remain and can be purchased in the Activities Office and Junior Office.  Funds from the t-shirts will go to Jennifer Shipp, language arts teacher, as she battles cancer for the fourth time.

Editorial Board: Community

December 7, 2019

With more than 2,327 students, we are one of the largest high schools in the St. Louis area and some may claim because of this, one of the most disconnected. Yet, these past two weeks have shown when it...

Disney+ fans will now have access to 7,000 episodes of shows and 500 movies, most of which are considered beloved classics.

Opinion: Disney Doesn’t Deserve Your Money

Will Roach, Opinions Editor December 2, 2019

With The Walt Disney Company’s new streaming service, Disney+ fans will now have access to 7,000 episodes of shows and 500 movies, most of which are considered beloved classics, all for the mere price...

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