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Marquette Messenger

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Marquette Messenger

Kavya Jain

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Kavya Jain, senior, is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Messenger. Along with being on the newspaper staff, Kavya is President of Poetry Club, Co-President of South Asian Student Association, and the founder of Blood Sisters, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing access to menstrual care. She’s passionate about writing, both creative and journalistic, and dancing. In her spare time, Kavya also enjoys hiking, reading, and frequenting Andy’s for raspberry brownie concretes.

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Juniors Natalie Anderson and AJ Burger dance together. Anderson has attended the dance every year since her freshman year and prefers it to Homecoming because she said there are always fewer people and better music. “I just go because she goes,” Burger said.

Photo Gallery: MACC Hosts Winter Dance

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 10, 2020
Joe Porcelli, sophomore, fills up water bottles during the annual Homecoming game Sept. 27. The Mustangs won against Lindbergh 37-7 to remain undefeated.

Porcelli Energizes Football Team

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 16, 2019
Players from Lindbergh High School’s team, the Flyers, shake hands with the Mustangs as a show of good sportsmanship following the game. The Mustangs won 37 to 14.

Photo Gallery: Homecoming Game

Kavya Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 3, 2019
8.6% of students in St. Louis County have used prescription drugs not prescribed to them.
Source: Missouri Department of Mental Health

[Photo] Under Pressure

February 13, 2018
Logan Paul, senior, poses for a picture with the FBLA logo. Paul is the President of MHS FBLA chapter.

Students start FBLA chapter at MHS

Kavya Jain, Features Editor
September 16, 2017
MHS Buzzes in at the History Bowl

MHS Buzzes in at the History Bowl

Kavya Jain, Staff Reporter
January 31, 2017
Jeff Swift, freshman, takes a hammer to a decommissioned car for SADDs annual car bash. Swift and other students paid one dollar each to take a swing at the car.

Bashing Out Destructive Decisions

Kavya Jain, Guest Columnist
October 28, 2016
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