Dance team is “about the fun you have”

February 26, 2017

  The dance team provides students a chance to showcase their talent via three-four performances at MHS events: basketball games, pep rallies and auditorium productions. Amy Gillette is the captain of this team. L...

Fall sports wrap up

STAFF WRITER Juliana McKee, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017

As November nears, fall sports are soon coming to an end. All teams have had amazing accomplishments. Many seniors speak out and share their fondest memories of the past four years, and their love for their teams.   The...

Freshman boys basketball holds future promise

STAFF WRITER Caleb Nice, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017

The boys freshman basketball team completed their season with a victory at Perkiomen Valley. Led by Coach Wise, the team finished with a 13-2 record. The team’s two loss season would most likely be the result of the absenc...

Habitat for Humanity may be the club for you

STAFF WRITER Urvi Walia, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017

Habitat for Humanity is a club that is reaching all across the world. It is not just in our school but is all across countries. This club has made a special place in our hearts. It provides special opportunities for students to b...

AP Art Students Take Part in Phoenix Village Art Show

STAFF WRITER Lael Pilson-Savage, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017

A number of AP art students participated in an exhibition at the Phoenix Village Art Center on Feb. 5.  The artwork consisted of nature, self-portraits and objects that symbolized situations that occurred in individuals' lives. “My...

ECC continues to explore alternatives

STAFF WRITER Kaushik Srinath, Contributing Writer

November 17, 2016

Many years ago, scientists discovered that we did not have a renewable supply of fossil fuels. This meant that our electricity, like all products, was limited. Fast forwarding to our current time, scientists have been resear...

Google Classroom and Chromebooks bring displeasure to MHS seniors

STAFF WRITER Marc Ciccarella, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

MHS seniors have voiced their displeasure for the Google Classroom and Chromebook rollout for the 2016-17 school year. This year, MHS teachers are using Google Classroom, a program that focuses on organizing all classwork on ...

Half of MHS students think vaping is harmful, research may surprise them

STAFF WRITER Amy Gilette, Staff Writer

February 29, 2016

Over 83 percent of students at MHS surveyed either know somebody who uses vapes or who vape themselves, but only 50 percent find it to be dangerous. Vaping is heating up a flavored packet in water, and smoking that water vapor wh...

Gamers find YouTube can be a significant source of income

STAFF WRITER Amy Gilette, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016

Many people above the age of 30 would not consider playing video games a sustainable career, but a few YouTubers have made their living off of videos called “Let’s Play(s)” in the past 10 years. One MHS student, freshman ...

Four athletes, one team qualified for state play

STAFF WRITER Adora Maddonni, Staff Writer

December 16, 2015

Four of MHS’s athletes--Mihaela Codreanu, Jeff Kirshenbaum, Kyle Vance and Dan Rieger--as well as the field hockey team, qualified for state-level competition this fall. Codreanu, a senior, who has been playing tenni...

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