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Morgan Registers to Vote

Morgan Registers to Vote

April 26, 2018

Written by James Saturno| Photos by James Saturno| During the week leading up to break, the Clinton registrars of voters held voter registration in the cafeteria in hopes of encouraging political involvement among the town’s eligible youth. The registrars were apprehensive at first, citing disappointing nu...

Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical’s Seniors

Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical's Seniors

March 29, 2018

Written by James Saturno | Photos by James Saturno | March 18th marked the end of an era for the Morgan Musical, as many faces who have become synonymous with the program are set to graduate in June. For those graduating, “She Loves Me” served as an exclamation point to punctuate their illustrio...

Clinton Celebrates the Holidays

Clinton Celebrates the Holidays

December 14, 2016

Written by Gabby Vigorito| Photos by Gabby Vigorito| The 21st annual Christmas in Clinton was held on Sunday, December 4, 2016. From 1pm-6pm, the town came together to celebrate the holidays throughout the center of Clinton. The Scheduled Events included: Soups On, which was hosted by Families Helping F...

Lindsay’s Reign

Lindsay's Reign

May 25, 2016

Written by Lucas Lennox| Junior Lindsay Harden is the newest president of the National Honor Society (NHS) of Morgan. She was recently elected by her peers in the NHS. Jenna Morello was elected vice president. Lindsay was opposed by fellow members Alyssa Robinson and Juliana Ragonese. The NHS is all a...

Huskies Helping The Community

Huskies Helping The Community

May 6, 2016

Written by Sam Pansa| Seniors and faculty will remember that Husky Helper Day used to be a school wide event, all students of Morgan worked together to help out the community. This years seniors may remember participating in Husky Helper Day as freshman, the last time that has happened in Morgan. Last...

Safety Not Accounted For

Safety Not Accounted For

March 2, 2016

Written by Greg Ellal The new school, many love the idea, many oppose it. One thing is for certain, it's happening, and all  there is to do now is look forward to the improvements and changes from the current Morgan School. There are some concerns, however, as far as the safety for the pedestrians ...

Welcoming Ms. Smith

Welcoming Ms. Smith

December 21, 2015

Written by Meghan Schulze and Meg Falcone | Let's welcome Morgan's new long term substitute, Mathematics teacher Stephanie Smith, who will be teaching mathematics teacher Monica Mikulski's classes until the end of the 2015-2016 school year. Ms. Smith attended Eastern Connecticut State University and...

Small Town, Big Pride

Small Town, Big Pride

December 14, 2015

Written by Julia Hornyak | Photos by Christine Elder| A new store has come to Clinton! Town Pride is located at 8 Post Office Square, Clinton Connecticut. Christine Elder is the owner and founder of the store. Elder knew she wanted "to do something like this since age fifteen." The whole process was...

Winter Sports are Back

Winter Sports are Back

December 11, 2015

Written By| Tejas Patel Winter is just around the corner and now that fall is almost over it is time to start fandom for the winter sports. Winter sports include boys and girls basketball, indoor track, fencing and cheerleading. Get ready for a good time as a fan of Morgan sports. Cheerleading has almost finish...

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