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The Cummings Brothers: The Good and the Bad

The Cummings Brothers: The Good and the Bad

February 13, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings and Alex Cummings|Filmed by Logan Cummings and Alex Cummings| https://youtu.be/qbn2TJX0Dzc After interviewing students and staff members, we were able to get a good sense of where The Morgan School thrives and where it can use some improvement. It’s clear that studen...

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

October 23, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti and Sandra Sirisoukh |Photos by Melanie Coretti and Sandra Sirisoukh | It's that time of year again. The college application process begins and deadlines are coming fast. Seniors have been busier than ever trying to balance school, work and filling out their applications. ...

Pablo Picasso or Logan Cummings?

Pablo Picasso or Logan Cummings?

October 12, 2018

Written by Olivia Morrissey| Photos by Leo Woods| Junior Logan Cummings has created a masterpiece in Spanish teacher Laura Luther's room measuring about 10ft by 7 1/2ft. The mural showcases our mascot the husky, along with the words "Teach Peace" in the center using bright colors. Cummings wanted...

Fortnite Frenzy

Junior Matt Lee showing off his Ninja merch.

September 14, 2018

Written by Kyle Suraci and Liam Whelan | 125 million people play Fortnite a month.  Players spend countless hours and money on this one game. Fortnite is a big part of people's lives, especially at Morgan. Students played for hours and hours in the summer. and are now trying to balance school with...

Where is the best food in Clinton?

Where is the best food in Clinton?

April 10, 2018

Written by Anthony Coretti Photos by Anthony Coretti From traditional Italian, Chinese, Japanese, fast-food, delis, pizza places, desserts, there are over 25 different places to eat in the town of Clinton, CT. The Morgan Pawprint surveyed The Morgan School students and staff about the best places...

Model United Nations Heads to Yale

Model United Nations Heads to Yale

February 16, 2018

Written By Logan Smith| Photos via Ms. Russell| The Model UN club packed their bags and headed to Yale for the YMUN XLIV conference from January 18th-21st. This is the second YMUN event the Model UN club attended.  Junior Ella Franzoni started the Model UN club two years ago. When Ella considered ...

Preserving Clinton One Acre At A Time

Preserving Clinton One Acre At A Time

January 19, 2018

By Claire Pease | Photos by Claire Pease and Clinton Land Trust Website| In our small, shoreline town, fifty years ago, the Clinton Land Trust was founded. The Trust was founded by seven people who were all acquaintances. They all had the same need for an organization that people could have trust in. ...

Ever Wondered: How Anxiety Affects the Brain?

Ever Wondered: How Anxiety Affects the Brain?

January 19, 2018

By Taylor DiFilippo | Everyone has felt the effects of nervousness at some point in their life. The butterflies, the sweat, the heavy breathing. But have you ever wondered why we feel those symptoms of anxiety, and what goes on in our brains to create them in the first place? Anxiety in the brain a...

Inside Clinton Buisnesses: Hair We Are

Inside Clinton Buisnesses: Hair We Are

January 8, 2018

By Claire Pease and Kerryanne Longyear| Photos by Claire Pease| Claire Pease and Kerryanne Longyear have been working with Director of the Chamber of Commerce Ken Hartley to create member profiles for the Clinton Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Hartley wants to include member profiles in the Chamber's monthl...

Ever Wondered: Why some Flowers Bloom at Night?

Ever Wondered: Why some Flowers Bloom at Night?

January 2, 2018

Taylor DiFilippo | Summer is known for its fields of wildflowers and flowering trees. All colors of pedals spread toward the sky. We have taken for granted that flowers bloom during the day, just like how summer is warm and grass grows. However, there are some flowers that defy the norm and do not ...

Journalism Journey

Journalism Journey

November 13, 2017

Written by Claire Pease | On Friday, October 27th,  Journalism students went on a field trip to Southern Connecticut State University. That Friday was 'Journalism Day', so to celebrate, Southern provided workshops throughout the morning. At the university, there were many different options for student...

French 4 Crepes

French 4 Crepes

November 6, 2017

By Taylor DiFilippo French class needed funds for a field trip, and they found an educational way to do it. To raise money for their field trip to Quebec, the French class decided that they were going to make crepes (a French dish) and sell them to The Morgan School. You might have seen them on the 5th ...

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