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Opinion: Dress Code at Morgan is Unfair- Heres Why

Opinion: Dress Code at Morgan is Unfair- Here’s Why

Caroline King, Guest Writer April 29, 2021

As a female student in The Morgan School, I find the school’s dress code unfair to female students for many reasons. There are rules in the Morgan dress code that only directly affect females. The...

Senior, Norimar Lopez, poses with her coffee.

Opinion: Morgan Does NOT Run on Dunkin

Madison Corgan, Reporter March 22, 2021

Over the past few weeks our administration has implemented a new rule that does not allow students to bring in outside drinks from Starbucks and Dunkin'. This is a shock to our student body as we have...

Trump Supporters climb and gather on the Capitol building
Image via Los Angeles Times

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...

Georgia Runoff Senate Election Candidates, Image Via https://www.vox.com/2020/11/5/21550870/democrats-senate-majority-two-georgia-runoffs

Opinion: Why You Should Care About Georgia’s US Senate Runoff Elections

Clara Franzoni, Reporter December 18, 2020

In the past month or so, you might have heard the news emphasizing the swing state of Georgia and its importance to the future of our country’s policies. Though Georgia is relatively irrelevant to people...

Transgender Athletes

Opinion: Should Transgender Athletes Be Allowed to Run With Their Preferred Gender?

Emma Lindsay, Guest Columnist December 18, 2020

Title IX is used to prevent discrimination based on sex in educational programs, specifically school sports. But what happens when someone's assigned sex at birth does not match their preferred gender...

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Opinion: Is Joe Biden’s Healthcare Plan the Best for America?

Abby Eydman, Reporter December 15, 2020

The lack of health insurance and access to healthcare is plaguing the United States of America. According to the US Census, 27.5 million Americans did not have health insurance at any point during the...

Wind turbines next to solar panels

What Joe Biden’s Presidential Win Means for the Environment

Clara Franzoni November 13, 2020

Featured image via PickPik On Saturday, November 7, Joe Biden was projected as the winner of the 2020 presidential election. He addressed the nation later that day with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris...

Front Entrance to White House

Opinion: Should The United States Abolish The Electoral College?

Abby Eydman, Reporter November 13, 2020

  The United States is unique in the way it selects the president and vice president every four years because it uses a system known as the Electoral College. On election day, citizens...

Jessica Flanagan, Contributor

Jessica Flanagan: What This Election Means For Women’s Rights

Jessica Flanagan, Contributor November 2, 2020

With the state of America today, it is no secret that the President has failed our nation. Between his response to the COVID-19 pandemic, or lack thereof, condoning white supremacy, and trying to eliminate...

Robert Cullen Returns as I.S.S. Supervisor

Robert Cullen Returns as I.S.S. Supervisor

Sozon Albanis, Photographer October 15, 2020

If there is one thing that you want to avoid the most as a high school student it is a suspension. It’s not as bad as getting expelled, but it’s much worse than getting detention. There are 2 kinds...

Supreme Court

Justice Ginsburg’s Seat: To Fill or Not To Fill

Ryan Mansfield, Reporter October 15, 2020

The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. This court has nine judges that have to deal with the hardest cases that could not be settled at lower levels. Justices take their jobs seriously,...

Will Morgan Go Back to Full Online Learning During the Flu Season?

Will Morgan Go Back to Full Online Learning During the Flu Season?

Sozon Albanis, Photographer October 6, 2020

As we all know there is no vaccine for Covid-19. Most vaccine trials are still in phases 1 and 2. And only a few are in phase 3. And that not only means that we may never go back to a normal society until...

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