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Look Out, the Seniors Have MAJOR News: Psychology Majors

Look Out, the Seniors Have MAJOR News: Psychology Majors

Leah Burdick, Reporter April 1, 2021

Psychology is the fourth most popular major. Psychology is the study of human behavior and mental processes, including the mind, brain, and social interactions. With this major, there are many job opportunities...

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Recognizing the Accomplishments of Women

Julia White, Writer March 29, 2021

Women's History Month is an annual commemoration of women's achievements and contributions throughout history. In the United States, women's successes are honored and remembered during the month of...

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How REACT Feels About the Legalization of Marijuana in Connecticut

Iris Dunham, Reporter March 21, 2021

With the vaccines being administered to most adults in America, Connecticut’s government is ready to shift its focus towards other issues, such as the legalization of marijuana, which has been debated...

Look Out, the Seniors Have MAJOR News: Criminal Justice

Look Out, the Seniors Have MAJOR News: Criminal Justice

Leah Burdick, Reporter and Writer March 17, 2021

When journeying into the next chapters of your life after high school, there is a lot to consider. If you anticipate attending college, you must decide which college to choose, where you want to live,...

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Social Justice and Student Government Celebrate Black History Month

Clara Franzoni and Abby Eydman February 25, 2021

With a focus on educating the Morgan population on both the challenges and successes of disadvantaged communities, the Social Justice Club has put together an effort to celebrate Black History Month,...

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Uncovering Covid’s Secrets: Athletics

Iris Dunham, Reporter February 25, 2021

When COVID-19 hit Connecticut in March of 2020, the severity of the virus and the impact it would have on Morgan were unknown. While there was not a ton of information provided to the public about COVID-19,...

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Opinion: President Trump’s Siege on Democracy

Clara Franzoni and Abby Eydman January 7, 2021

If anyone needed a clear example of how white supremacy and fear-mongering are still evident in America, consider the pro-Trump alt-right protestors who stormed the US Capitol yesterday in an attempt to...

Restaurants During COVID-19

Restaurants During COVID-19

Julia Silver, Reporter December 18, 2020

There have been many different effects that COVID-19 has had on the community in Clinton and around the world. One that is important for safety and also still making life feel as it should through a pandemic...

The New COVID College Experience

The New COVID College Experience

Jonathan Blair, Editor December 11, 2020

Adjusting to college is challenging enough to begin with, but with the additional challenges that the year 2020 has to offer, it is even harder for some freshmen students to adapt to the new life they...

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College Recruiting During COVID-19

Ryan Inglis, Reporter December 2, 2020

College Recruiting has been affected by COVID-19 and the global pandemic. Athletes, coaches, and varsity sports programs have had to adapt across the United States. In college recruiting, there are...

A Different Thanksgiving

A Different Thanksgiving

Ryan Mansfield, Reporter November 24, 2020

All around the United States, families get together to celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is one of those holidays where most people celebrate indoors and in proximity to one another. This year, however,...

An Empty Classroom

Teaching During COVID-19

Ryan Mansfield, Reporter November 20, 2020

There have been many changes this year during the COVID-19 Pandemic and teaching is certainly one of them. Teachers around the world have adapted lesson plans to teach online, with a hybrid model, or in-person...

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