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MHS Student Council Voting Today, May 15th

May 15, 2020

Here is the link; you have until 5:00 pm to make your voice heard. bit.ly/MHSStuCoVote20-21

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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
May 4, 2020

One of the infinite number of consequences correlated to the COVID-19 crisis is the rise in unemployment from professions across the globe. The sheer amount of job loss has already rattled once-sturdy economies and has threatened looming recessions on other countries. This stark effect of an even a starker causation proved to be mountable in the face of Pakistani determination however, as the country launched an ingenious way to negate the incline of unemployment. This April, Pakistan hired thousands...

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‘Stolen Dreams’

May 1, 2020

When Shattered Dreams was canceled, the senior Video Production team was very disappointed that they could not follow through on getting the important message across to students about the devastating consequences of drinking and driving. Through a lot of hurdles, hard work, communication, and perseverance, the team of talented directors, producers, writers, and actors pressed onward to finish a...

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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
April 27, 2020

The groundbreaking discovery comes from a group of researchers in The Florida Aquariam’s Center for Conservation in Apollo Beach. In a collaborative effort to save the endangered reef, scientists were able to grow ridged cactus coral in human care. This is an unprecedented achievement, being as it has been extremely difficult for researchers to be able to even study coral. “We are losing coral species faster than we can learn about them,” senior coral scientist at the Florida Aquarium Keri...

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Gracie Fillet
April 30, 2020

“A room without books is like a body without a soul” - Marcus Tullius Cicero. What Cicero meant by this was that he had hoped that books that he read would change and enhance the way that we thought, feel, and connect with others. Others have taken their own spin on it, choosing to craft the meaning as books are immortal. A room with books is a room with millions of lessons and virtues that can enhance someone’s knowledge if you only open it up. Books to me are a way...

Lauren Adkins
April 3, 2020

Waking up, but not around 8, instead at 11 o’clock. Getting ready for the day, but instead of a casual outfit, it’s sweats and a shirt. Going to school, but instead of leaving the house it’s within your own living room. This is the revised life that teens have adapted to in light of the current pandemic. In my opinion, COVID-19 will forever be remembered as the era when time stopped.   For many, the strictness of enforced quarantine has brought with it much sadness...

Quarantined Blogs – A look into the life of a teen during the Covid 19 Crisis

Tanvi Nair
April 2, 2020

Tanvi Nair- Quarantined at Home March 23 One of my favorite things about online school is that you have more time to do activities you like after finishing assignments in the morning. Today my sister and I decided to bake a chocolate cake from scratch(which we've never done before) along with some homemade buttercream frosting! I also like to do other...

Lauren Adkins
March 3, 2020

Entering the work world in high school is intimidating for many teenagers. From the tedious application process, to the nerve-wracking interview- the principle of having a job while also attending high school is fundamental because it teaches you financial and time management, establishing a strong work ethic, and many other life skills that are a necessity in life.    The first issue that arises is deciding where to apply. Finding a job that you’re interested...

Haniya Ali
February 13, 2020

Barney’s Brunch House is a local brunch restaurant located in McKinney, TX. I have been there countless times and I am always pleasantly surprised by how delightful the food and service is. It took 20-25 minutes to be seated due to the restaurant always being busy. I recently ordered the classic French toast with a side of waffle fries and a glass of iced sweet tea. The French toast was warm and flavorful and was served with whipped butter as well as maple syrup, however,...

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