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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 of suspensions which include, O.S.S. and I.S.S. O.S.S is short for out of school suspension. And I...

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

Supreme Court

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, and they all have different views on what is constitutional and what is not. Sadly, in September 2020, ...

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 the seniors this year are 50, but it also means that COVID-19 will still be here when early November comes, the flu arrives. The flu is exactly li...

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,...

Should Environmental Science be a Required Class?

Should Environmental Science be a Required Class?

May 14, 2020

Written by Nicholas Rubino | Edited and Published by Thomas Baker | Photos by Nicholas Rubino Picture this: a beautiful landscape filled with an array of trees, brush, and flowers as far as the eye can see. A stream flowing with newts, tadpoles, and native fish swimming to their heart's cont...

Two Schools of Thought

Two Schools of Thought

April 23, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings and Leo Woods| Recently, I debated with senior Caleb Vath, a good friend of mine. We discussed the purpose of education, and how we may reform the current system in order to meet the needs of the students. In our discussion, we thoroughly ex...

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...

My Guy: The Wandering Kessler keeps us safe

My Guy: The Wandering Kessler keeps us safe

September 24, 2019

Written by Mike Zingarella and Anthony Staffa| This 2019-2020 school year, The Morgan School has added many new faculty members. One new addition is ISS and hall monitor Bob Kessler. In addition to his work here at Morgan, he also is a coach at Guilford High School for the school's football ...

An End to the Health Crisis

New Soap Dispenser

May 1, 2019

Written by Max Hurtubise|Photos by Simon Hua| On April 5th, Opinion: Rusting is Disgusting was published on the PawPrint which addressed the rusting soap dispensers at the Morgan School. Students and staff members have had problems with these dispensers since the new school was built. Finally, it...

Opinion: Rusting is Disgusting

Soap Dispenser Side View

April 5, 2019

Written by Max Hurtubise and Simon Hua| The average person needs to use the bathroom six to eight times per day. When working or attending school, public bathrooms are typically what employees or students have to use. At Morgan, there is an issue with the rather unconventional soap dispense...

Opinion – Transgender Awareness Week & What It Means to Me

Opinion - Transgender Awareness Week & What It Means to Me

November 16, 2018

Written by Leo Woods| Featured Image via University of Queensland Each year November hosts Transgender Awareness Week with the goal to promote visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people and discuss issues that those communities face. The week leads up to Transgender Day of Remembrance (N...

Is School Spirit Still a Thing?

Student section

November 6, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti|Interviews by Melanie Coretti, Sandra Sirisoukh, and Olivia Morrissey |Video by Melanie Coretti, Sandra Sirisoukh, and Olivia Morrissey | In the past few years, the school spirit here at Morgan has been dwindling and fewer students are showing their support for athleti...

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