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Affording College?

Affording College?

May 26, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings| With the school year coming to an end, it's time for a new wave of students to enter into colleges and universities to attain a higher education. While delving into a specific field of interest prepares students to get a job in the future, educ...

Freshmen Jitters

Freshmen Jitters

September 30, 2019

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| On the first day of school, students are excited to get back and reconnect with friends who they haven't seen all summer. But for these freshmen, that transition was a little tricky and frightening. The Morgan School is fortunate enough to have an incredi...

How Punk and Politics Go Together

How Punk and Politics Go Together

October 5, 2018

Written by Leo Woods | Featured Image via Revolutionary Socialism In the 21st Century Photos by Leo Woods | On Saturday, September 24th, Morgan's own punk band The Televangelists played in Madison in support of the Green Party. The party was hosted by supporters of Michelle Louise Bicking, a candidate for the State Representative of Connecticut. While she was not in attendance herself,...

Swinging Towards A New Season

Swinging Towards A New Season

May 10, 2018

Written By Logan Smith Photos By Logan Smith The Morgan baseball team welcomes Coach Michael Grant who replaced Coach Litevich to the Morgan family.  This year the Morgan baseball team has four seniors, five juniors, seven sophomores, and nine freshmen. The seniors on the team are Nick Caprio, Kyle Gray...

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...

Junior Year Stress

Junior Year Stress

February 14, 2018

Written by Anthony Coretti | Photos by Quinn Trahant | Junior year is often recognized as the hardest year in high school. If you are a Senior, you already know what I'm talking about. The SAT, AP Testing, and the feared Junior Portfolio are all right around the corner for these three juniors. This...

Opinion: “The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms, Shall Not be Infringed”- Gun Control

Opinion:

December 12, 2017

By Marc Catalano| Photos via Guns.com Gun control has been a debated subject as long as the United States has been around, all based around the infamous Second Amendment, written in 1791, which states, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the peopl...

College Life with Marcus McDermott

College Life with Marcus McDermott

November 7, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | Photos by Marcus McDermott Marcus McDermott graduated from Morgan this year with the class of 2017. He was voted best dressed for senior superlatives, played lacrosse as a freshman, and now goes to Hofstra University in New York. He likes college a lot. "It's basically my first...

Seniors Joining the Military

Seniors Joining the Military

June 12, 2017

By Aryn McQuarrie and Maggie Guba| The 2017 graduating class of The Morgan High School has many seniors pursuing different opportunities. Nine seniors have courageously chosen to enroll in the United States Military. Many of these seniors have already enlisted, while others have gone the full way and been s...

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...

New Year, New Government, New Plans

New Year, New Government, New Plans

May 19, 2017

Written by Daniel Radka| Student Council elections were held on May 16, 2017, to determine the representatives for the 2017-2018 school year. Only three of the sixteen possible positions were opposed, some of the lowest participation levels seen in years. Only the Sophomore class had opponents for its...

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