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All for Nepal

All for Nepal

June 10, 2017

Written by Jillian Crowley and Emma Iovene | Photos by Emma Iovene| Between India and China in the Great Himalayan Range is Nepal. Nepal has a population of 28.5 million people. Juniors Maya Kadel, Mary-Kate Staunton, and Grace Hull will be traveling to the capital of Nepal during the summer to help support women in...

(Final)izing the School Year

(Final)izing the School Year

June 8, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | It's almost the end of the 2016-2017 school year, which means it's almost time for final exams, followed by graduation for the senior class of 2017 at 6:00 pm at the Morgan practice football field. Many teachers let seniors be exempt from taking that class's exam if seniors have an average of a 90 or better in that class. If a student doesn't have...

Homework Overload

Homework Overload

June 5, 2017

Written by Logan Cummings| Photos by Logan Cummings| The school day ends at 2:10 pm. The ideal bedtime is around 10:00 pm. That leaves 7 hours and 50 minutes to enjoy the afternoon and night. That's a lot of free time, right? Wrong. Students don't get enough downtime after school because with extracurriculars...

Underclassmen Honored at Awards Assembly

Underclassmen Honored at Awards Assembly

June 1, 2017

Written by Maggie Guba| Photos by Allison Goguen| On Friday, May 26th, the underclassmen attended an awards ceremony. This ceremony honored underclassmen for their achievements in both core classes and electives. Awards were given out to students from all three classes: freshman, sophomore, and junior....

Coding: Where to Begin

Coding: Where to Begin

May 31, 2017

Written by Alexandra Iaquessa | The age of computers is upon us. Not only have computers become a necessity in our everyday lives, but they will be even more important in the future. As computers have grown, the number of people who have an interest in them has risen as well. Here at the Morgan Schoo...

Three Morgan Seniors Honored with SHED Writing Awards

Three Morgan Seniors Honored with SHED Writing Awards

May 31, 2017

Written by Lindsay Harden | Every year the Shoreline Heads of English Departments hosts a writing contest. There are multiple categories including literary analysis, humor, personal essay, one act play, short story, and poetry.  On Wednesday, May 24th at Valley Regional High School, the Shoreline En...

Frydenborg’s Inferno

Frydenborg's Inferno

May 30, 2017

Written by Logan Cummings and Daniel Radka| Photographs by Daniel Radka and Logan Cummings| Toward the end of every school year, English teacher Julie Frydenborg assigns her Honors Freshman class a month-long project: The Dante Project. Her students have to read Dante's Inferno and then rewrite the story and make a creative accompaniment to br...

Sports Aftermath

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May 25, 2017

By: Jake Anselmo The 2017 Sports seasons are coming to an end. For many athletes, this will be their last time playing organized sports. However, there are a few who will be taking their talents to the next level in college. Playing sports in college is a huge commitment and is very time consuming, but the...

To Mrs. O’Brien…

To Mrs. O'Brien...

May 25, 2017

Written by Autumn Johnson & Emily Sordo | For the past 38 years, Guidance Counselor Jan O'Brien has dedicated countless hours both inside and outside of school to students. From STEP to Mentoring, she has been a great inspiration to everyone. This year, she has decided to retire, and both the staff...

To Mr. Redes…

To Mr. Redes...

May 24, 2017

Written by Autumn Johnson & Emily Sordo | For the past 33 years, Health Teacher Steve Redes has dedicated his time to Morgan students. He taught them numerous life lessons and provided advice. His class was unlike any other health class. He discussed his own experiences, had alternative teaching...

Top 10

Top 10

May 24, 2017

Written by Abbey Norton | Featured Image by Heidi Bergeron | The Seniors are all brilliant students who have dedicated their past four years to their education and communities. Slowly but surely, these ten students, in particular, have climbed their way to the top, and will forever be the Top 10 of...

Making a Difference at Morgan

Making a Difference at Morgan

May 23, 2017

Written by Alexis Alfano | The environmental club has been trying to get a recycling program going at Morgan for the entire year. It was a very hard concept until recently when blue bins designated for recycling appeared in each classroom and lounge. Most of the rooms did not have a recycling bin until re...

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