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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...

Parents in the Morgan School

Parents in the Morgan School

October 30, 2019

Written and Photos by Kristina Bergman| Here at Morgan, there are many teachers that have children in the school. One of these parents is English Teacher Brooke Mazzarella and her son freshman Dylan Mazzarella. Mrs. Mazzarella ...

Welcome to Morgan, Mr. Carroll

Welcome to Morgan, Mr. Carroll

September 26, 2019

Written by Maggie Guba | Morgan has welcomed many new teachers into the faculty for the 2019-2020 school year. One of the newest additions to our family has been English teacher Eric Carroll. Mr. Carroll is no stranger to classrooms full of students. At his previous school Brien McMahon High Sc...

Goodbye Mrs. Chin

Goodbye Mrs. Chin

June 11, 2019

Video by Sandra Sirisoukh and Ingrid Rodriguez |Written by Meghan Denison | English teacher Kaitlin Chin taught eighth grade English at the Jared Eliot Middle School before being transferred to The Morgan School to teach freshman and senior English this year. Mrs. Chin will is leaving Morgan and ...

English Spanish Learners at Morgan

English Spanish Learners at Morgan

January 23, 2019

Written by Ingrid Rodriguez|Pictures by Ingrid Rodriguez| Here at The Morgan School, we have a class that teaches English. This class is different from a regular English class where students read The Great Gabsty. This is a class where students who speak and write in a language other than English learn how ...

Long Wharf Theatre: Paradise Blue

Long Wharf Theatre: Paradise Blue

January 3, 2019

Written by Sandra Sirisoukh and Ingrid Rodriguez |Photos by Sandra Sirisoukh and Ingrid Rodriguez | On December 6, 2018, students in English teacher Eric Bergman's English 4 and Creative Writing class visited the Long Wharf Theater to view the play Paradise Blue by Dominique Morisseau. The play was set in Black Bottom, Detroit which was prima...

Four Morgan Seniors Honored at SHED Writing Awards

Four Morgan Seniors Honored at SHED Writing Awards

June 18, 2018

Written by James Saturno | Photos by Catherine Staunton and The Morgan Pawprint | Each year, the SHED, the Shoreline Heads of English Departments, collectively hold the Shoreline Writing Contest. The competition is open to any shoreline student in grades nine through twelve. The categories for submission are short story, poetry, one-act play, humor, analysis, and personal essay. T...

A Musical Opportunity: Dear Evan Hansen

A Musical Opportunity: Dear Evan Hansen

January 9, 2018

Written By Kerryanne Longyear | Recently, the school received a donation of 50 tickets to the Broadway show, Dear Evan Hansen. Dear Evan Hansen is a musical about a teenage boy, Evan Hansen, who has social anxiety. In order to cope with it, his therapist suggests that he write a letter to himself every m...

Word War 2: Sequelitis

Word War 2: Sequelitis

January 2, 2018

By Marc Catalano Featured Image via roomrecess.com On October 26, 2017, I published an article named "Word War", which focused on words in the English language that have taken on different definitions over time. As Hollywood does with any semi-popular film, 2 months later I knew it was time for a sequel. ...

Word War

Word War

October 26, 2017

By Marc Catalano| Featured Image via AnxietyInk.com Definitions are taken from Dictionary.com Disclaimer: There is no intention of making fun of people for incorrect answers. Do you actually know what you think you know? I sent out a Google Form to the classes of 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 with eight qu...

Frydenborg’s Inferno

Frydenborg's Inferno

May 30, 2017

Written by Logan Cummings and Daniel Radka| Photographs by Daniel Radka and Logan Cummings| Toward the end of every school year, English teacher Julie Frydenborg assigns her Honors Freshman class a month-long project: The Dante Project. Her students have to read Dante's Inferno and then rewrite the story and make a creative accompaniment to br...

One Word: Seniors

One Word: Seniors

May 17, 2017

By Alyssa LeMay and Kitty Shortt | Video by Alyssa LeMay and John Urban | ​[wpvideo facsnXYS]​

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