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Four Morgan Seniors Honored at SHED Writing Awards

Four Morgan Seniors Honored at SHED Writing Awards

June 18, 2018

Written by James Saturno | Photos by Catherine Staunton and The Morgan Pawprint | Each year, the SHED, the Shoreline Heads of English Departments, collectively hold the Shoreline Writing Contest. The competition is open to any shoreline student in grades nine through twelve. The categories for submission are short story, poetry, one-act play, humor, analysis, and personal essay. T...

Assassins: How Did You Die?

Brett Martin

June 7, 2018

[wpvideo i0SuCyGv] Written by James Saturno | Video by James Saturno and Sophia Muce | After an initial few weeks of excitement and chaos, this year's iteration of assassins has yielded thirty-two kills and still no definitive winners. Much like years past, this game started strong but burned out before...

Is Local News Local Anymore?

Is Local News Local Anymore?

May 14, 2018

Written by James Saturno| Most of us consider local news to be an informational oasis impervious to the large-scale political agendas that so often permeate network news coverage. However, for 192 stations, 611 channels, and 89 US markets, that might not be the case. Sinclair Broadcast Group, based in Hunt Vall...

Senior Destinations 2018

SOUTHERN

May 10, 2018

Written by Abbigale Pitarra| Flags created by James Saturno and Abbigale Pitarra| Photos taken by The Morgan Pawprint| College Agrifa Aurell Three Rivers Community College Alfano Shelby Gateway Community College Andrews Brenna University of Vermont Avila Juan Southern Connecticut State University Bohan Kameron Southern Connecticut State University Barabas Joshua Army Beauchamp Allyson Middlesex Community...

Morgan Registers to Vote

Morgan Registers to Vote

April 26, 2018

Written by James Saturno| Photos by James Saturno| During the week leading up to break, the Clinton registrars of voters held voter registration in the cafeteria in hopes of encouraging political involvement among the town’s eligible youth. The registrars were apprehensive at first, citing disappointing nu...

Shoreline Students March for Their Lives

Shoreline Students March for Their Lives

April 9, 2018

Written by James Saturno| Photos by Wyatt Reu| On March 24th, thousands, including Morgan students, teachers, and administrators, took to the streets in Guilford to make their voices heard in favor of gun reform. Senior Wyatt Reu organized a bus trip “because [he] thought it would be a good oppo...

Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical’s Seniors

Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical's Seniors

March 29, 2018

Written by James Saturno | Photos by James Saturno | March 18th marked the end of an era for the Morgan Musical, as many faces who have become synonymous with the program are set to graduate in June. For those graduating, “She Loves Me” served as an exclamation point to punctuate their illustrio...

How Does Morgan Feel About Gun Violence?

How Does Morgan Feel About Gun Violence?

March 16, 2018

Created by James Saturno| [wpvideo WCJw4LfO] On Wednesday, March 14th, The Morgan School held an event during X-Block to express condolences and demonstrate solidarity with the victims of the most recent school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. There were student performances, ...

Senior Trip Controversy

Senior Trip Controversy

February 12, 2018

Written by Sophia Muce and James Saturno | Photos by Sophia Muce and James Saturno | There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding the location of the senior trip. On November 14th, 2017, Senior Class President Wyatt Reu sent out an email to the entire class to gauge interest in various trip op...

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