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Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

January 16, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| The Morgan girls basketball team won a game against Old Lyme with a score of 34-32 and a game against our well-known rivals, HK, 44-40. On Friday, January 10th, our Huskies gave us a show against the Cromwell Panthers. Before the game, Head Coa...

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

January 8, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| On January 4th, 2020, our very own Morgan Wrestlers had their Duals conference. There were six schools that participated that Saturday. The tournament was unique particularly because it included two brackets. Each individual played in their assigned ...

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...

Human Services’ Open Mic Night

Human Services' Open Mic Night

January 7, 2019

Written by Leo Woods | Photos & Video by Leo Woods | The last Friday of every month, Clinton's Human Services hosts a Youth Open Mic Night from 6-8pm at the Town Hall Annex Building. The first Open Mic Night was in February of this year, with teens from all along the shoreline performing music and...

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...

Reserved Parking?

Reserved Parking?

October 16, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti |Photos by Melanie Coretti | Two parking spots in the student lot located next to the handicapped spots have recently been painted with the face of two huskies. These spots are reserved for two students throughout the 2018-2019 school year.  Last year, the members...

Why Are You Still Here?

Why Are You Still Here?

September 24, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti |Photos by Melanie Coretti | Year after year, mathematics teacher Alan Samet has claimed his retirement was coming close. Yet, Mr. Samet is still teaching at Morgan. Mr. Samet has been a part of the Morgan family for 40 years, which he says is, "scary." He has had a profound ...

The Return of Mr. Madura

The Return of Mr. Madura

September 19, 2018

Written by Heather Vollhardt |Photos by Heather Vollhardt | With the new school year, Morgan welcomes some new faces. Mathematics teacher John Madura is one of them.  John Madura, however,  is no stranger. Mr. Madura is no stranger to the town of Clinton or the Morgan family. Not only did he grow ...

Top Ten 2018

Top Ten 2018

June 18, 2018

Written by Quinn Trahant| Photos by Quinn Trahant Members of the Class of 2018 worked tremendously hard over the last four years. Ten of them, however, stand out above the rest. These ten students dedicated countless hours to their studies and are, as a result, going to great colleges to continue their...

Field Day 2018

Field Day 2018

June 15, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti and Ashley Baldwin | Photos by James Saturno, Quinn Trahant, Joey Piacentini, and Ashlynn Leka | Video by Melanie Coretti and Ashley Baldwin | On Wednesday, June 13th, 2018, Morgan students participated in Field Day. Students got to pick from a variety of different activities....

A Free Press

Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham with reporters Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward, editor Howard Simons discuss the Watergate story in Post managing editor Benjamin C. Bradlee in Bradlee's office at the Washington Post, April, 1973.

May 10, 2018

Written by Quinn Trahant| When they think about the 1st Amendment, most people think freedom of speech or freedom of religion. However, one of the most important rights guaranteed by the First Amendment is the Freedom of the Press. Without this fundamental right, people would not have a voice. Also,...

A Review of the Harrowing Haunted Hospital Hallways – Haunted Hallways 2017

A Review of the Harrowing Haunted Hospital Hallways - Haunted Hallways 2017

November 8, 2017

By Marc Catalano & Darby Oboyski| The Morgan School's 7th annual Haunted Hallways event took place on October 29 raising over $1500, beating the previous year's record of $1,045, and reporters senior Darby Oboyski and I, sophomore Marc Catalano, have prepared some clips from the event. But first, o...

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