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Mental Health Issues In Students

Mental Health Issues In Students

Rachel Hromadka, Writer January 18, 2023

Mental health of high school students is becoming a larger issue every day. As a result of teenagers being consumed in social media in the United States, The Department of Health and Human Services states...

Rachel Hromadka

College Recruitment in Cheerleading

Rachel Hromadka, Writer/Reporter November 10, 2022

Although cheerleading is officially classified as a sport, collegiate level recruiting is very different from other sports. Other contact sports such as football and baseball have scouts come to games...

Morgan School Shares Their Thoughts on New Mask Protocols

Can Yucel, Editor/Writer March 25, 2022

Girls Walking in the Hallway

Masks Are No Longer Mandated in School

Leah Scoppa and Pheonix Maynard March 9, 2022

Recently, many schools in Connecticut had to make a decision on whether students would be required to wear masks or not. Superintendent Maryann O’Donnell sent out an email to all staff and parental figures...

We Should Keep Our Masks On

We Should Keep Our Masks On

Can Yucel, Editor/Writer February 28, 2022

The moment I saw the news about ending mask mandates in Connecticut, I directly went to the World Health Organization’s website to check what they advise. The website says: So as you can read...

Governor Lamont Leaves School Mask Mandates to Local Decision

Governor Lamont Leaves School Mask Mandates to Local Decision

Molly Vitola, Reporter, Photographer February 23, 2022

On February 7, 2022, Connecticut Governor, Ned Lamont announced that he is currently working with Connecticut Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Manisha Juthani and Connecticut State Department...

Struggles Faced by Asians in America

Struggles Faced by Asians in America

Victoria Le, Senior Editor January 19, 2022

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a huge rise in hate crimes towards Asian Americans. They were reported all over the news, but since the beginning of 2021, there are fewer stories in...

Vaccination has allowed students to socialize again.

Cafeteria- This year vs Last year

Brittany Chapman, Editor September 29, 2021

Written by Brittany Chapman When Covid hit in 2020, we left school for what we thought was going to be two weeks. Little did we know it was months of online school, masks, social distancing, and staying...

Is Morgan Vaccinated?

Is Morgan Vaccinated?

Crisangel Afanador September 29, 2021

Most medical professionals will say that vaccination is the key to keeping the world healthier from infectious diseases. Most of us have received more than a dozen vaccines in our lifetime, such as the...

Bella Dowd Covid Vaccine

The Time Has Finally Come: Vaccines For Students

Madison Corgan, Reporter April 8, 2021

In recent times, the COVID-19 vaccine has continued to become available to more groups of people every day. The vaccine gives us hope to a COVID-free life and a light at the end of the tunnel. Much sooner...

New Perspective: Students of The Pandemic

New Perspective: Students of The Pandemic

Isabella McDavid March 31, 2021

Perspective is an agent given to people to be able to empathize with fellow men. In simplest terms, being able to have a perspective is human. Though the ability to truly understand one another's perspective...

Officer Corbin giving two thumbs down to teen vaping.

Breathe Clean

Jordyn Prevost, Writer and Reporter March 22, 2021

On each pack of e-cigarettes there is a warning label. WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. So why do we choose to ignore it? Morgan students in REACT have started...

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