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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...

Ever Wondered: Why we Need Covers to Sleep?

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December 12, 2017

Taylor DiFilippo | Images via Atlas Obsura: Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets? Have you ever wondered why people need blankets to sleep? Even on hot summer nights when a fan or AC can’t make a dent in the heat, we still risk discomfort to remain in contact with a blanket. Why? There are two answers, one be...

Top 10 Student Apps

Top 10 Student Apps

January 12, 2017

Written by Gabby Vigorito| Photos from PawPrint Staff| Phones in school have become another way of learning for students. It is a great tool that students have been using. Below are some highly ranked apps to educate students: Quizlet is an app that lets students test themselves on facts or vocab...

Lauren Vigorito: College Life

Lauren Vigorito: College Life

October 5, 2016

Written by: Gabby Vigorito and Abby Pitarra | Lauren Vigorito is a freshman at Sacred Heart University. She is majoring in Elementary Education, and she wants to be either a kindergarten or 1st-grade teacher. She said that the campus is beautiful, and all of the people were really nice and welcoming...

2016 Graduates Change In Plans

2016 Graduates Change In Plans

September 23, 2016

By Quinn Pender | Several of the seniors in the class of 2016 had abrupt changes in their college plans for financial reasons. 2016 graduates Julia Hornyak, Kayla Burt, and Michael Fiorillo all changed their plans over the summer. 2016 graduate Julia Hornyak said,"my heart was set on Uconn, but I got...

The Study Halls of Justice

The Study Halls of Justice

September 17, 2016

Written by Stephen Zumpano and Isaac Eriksen | With a new school comes a lot of new ideas, traditions, and unfortunately, for some people, new rules, specifically rules regarding studies. The administration added some new rules to make studies more efficient and to make it easier for staff to know wh...

Don’t Cheat on Morgan

Don't Cheat on Morgan

April 29, 2016

Written by Tiana Chrans| Whether or not you've cheated, you've experienced it at some point in your life. Morgan's policy on academic integrity can be found in each student's personal planner and is as follows: "Cheating is the practice of misrepresenting the work a student does by obtaining work done...

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March 1, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross| A luxury Morgan has come to love is advisory every Tuesday after second period. It provides the opportunity for students and teachers to get a break during the week where they learn about things more applicable to our life than chemistry or long division. A new period will...

Mrs. Cohen: The New Intern

Mrs. Cohen: The New Intern

November 3, 2015

By David LaRiviere and August Pulaski| There is a new intern at The Morgan School: Mrs. Cohen!An intern is basically someone who is studying to become a teacher. Interns watch real teachers in classrooms. Mrs. Cohen, however, is not new to Morgan because last year she worked here as a paraprofessional....

Accomplishing Your Work + Study Tips

Accomplishing Your Work + Study Tips

October 29, 2015

Written by Marie Kane and Abby Jasinski | Photos by Abby Jasinski | Work can be very stressful and difficult. When you have multiple assignments at once or if you have a sport after school, that could also be a challenge. I hope this article will make an impact on how you get your work done. I wish to ...

Honors vs College Prep: A Teachers Point Of View

Honors vs College Prep: A Teachers Point Of View

October 21, 2015

Written by Meghan Schulze | If you have ever considered advancing to an honors class from college prep, or if your honors class is too difficult and you think you want to switch to a CP level class, read further for  teachers' perspectives on the differences between the two levels. In the history department, there is no longer a college prep level class. It is n...

The Cafeteria: For Eating or Studying?

The Cafeteria: For Eating or Studying?

September 18, 2015

Written by Sophia Muce | Interviews by Alyssa LeMay, Calvin Jackson, and Sophia Muce Photos by Sophia Muce and Amber Vuilleumier As most of you already know, all of the study halls this year are in the cafeteria. Since this change affects almost everyone in the school, including staff and students,...

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