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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,...

Class of 2020’s Top 10

Class of 2020's Top 10

May 14, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba|Photos by The Morgan PawPrint| The Class of 2020 has worked tirelessly over the last four years to accomplish many things. While every member of this class has put in their own work, these ten students stand out from the rest because of their class rank. Below are pro...

Northern Vermont Colleges Avoid Possible Shutdown

Northern Vermont Colleges Avoid Possible Shutdown

May 4, 2020

Written by Rachael Pellegrini|Photos by Northern Vermont University| Vermont's state colleges have been suffering from a decrease in enrollment and prolonged underfunding for the past few years. To approach the deficit that the Coronavirus Pandemic has caused, a plan was proposed by the Vermont St...

“Major” Decisions Senior Year

February 25, 2020

Written by Thomas Baker|Pictures by Melanie Coretti and Rebecca Cockley| Growing up, you are constantly asked what you want to be when you grow up. But do you really know what path you want to follow for the rest of your life, or does senior year pressure force you down a path that you may not be ...

Roll Tide: Maggie Heads South

Roll Tide: Maggie Heads South

December 18, 2019

Article by Caitlin Rohrbacher |Photos from Maggie Guba | Senior Maggie Guba will be attending the University of Alabama next year. She plans on majoring in nursing. Maggie was looking for a different environment from Clinton. Coming from a small town, she wanted to be involved in something bigge...

The Benefits Of College Tours

The Benefits Of College Tours

October 22, 2019

Written By Samantha Clapper and Kiara Suarez |Videos Taken By Samantha Clapper and Kiara Suarez | Students and Faculty share their opinions on College Tours and how beneficial they are to all students looking to go to college. https://youtu.be/tserqB7b6hU ...

Morgan Sends Seniors off to the ROTC Program

Morgan Sends Seniors off to the ROTC Program

June 7, 2019

Written by Bella Mongillo |Featured image via UNH| In the class of 2019, there are a number of students who have decided to join different branches of the military. Of those students, there are two who decided to take a different route and join a college ROTC Program. ROTC stands for Reserve Officer...

Chris, Zak, and Jhonnyer Pursue College Alternatives

Grand APizza

June 5, 2019

Written by Ford Pender | Sometimes your best decision isn't necessarily going to college. The best path could be seeking something outside of it. Zak Johnson, Chris Nuzzo and Jhonnyer Paida have different aspirations. Chris Nuzzo who's family has ran Grand APizza on Maine Street in Clinton since ...

Senior Destinations 2019

Senior Destinations 2019

May 2, 2019

Written by Bella Mongillo and Ashlynn Leka|Photos by PawPrint Staff | Wednesday, May 1, 2019, was National College Decision Day. The Morgan Senior Class celebrated by wearing their destination gear and taking individual and group photos holding flags with their destinations. Below is a list of ea...

‘18 Sam Hauser

‘18 Sam Hauser

March 28, 2019

Written by Marie Kane | Photos by Sam Hauser | 2018 graduate Sam Hauser is at The University of Miami in Ohio as an undeclared major. He chose this college because as soon as he stepped foot onto campus, Sam had a good feeling.  He said,"It also has the most beautiful campus there ever was." The best...

’18 Abby Pitarra

'18 Abby Pitarra

February 13, 2019

Written by Marie Kane | Photos by Abby Pitarra Graduate of the class of 2018 Abby Pitarra is now at Southern Connecticut State University. She chose this college because it is close to her home.  She can go home and work to make money. Everybody, both students and teachers, are very nice there. Before ...

College Knowledge Night 2018 Helps Parents and Students Navigate the College Application Process

College Knowledge Night 2018 Helps Parents and Students Navigate the College Application Process

December 4, 2018

Written by: Hope Vecca| How do you prepare for college when you have no college knowledge? On Thursday, December 6, 2018, Morgan is having its 4th annual College Knowledge night from 6 to 8 pm. There will be two workshop sessions that last one hour each. College Knowledge Night is an event Morgan holds...

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