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Do Morgan Students know what news is trustworthy or not?

Do Morgan Students know what news is trustworthy or not?

March 9, 2020

Written by Aurora Smith|Video by Aurora Smith| The Morgan PawPrint wanted to see if Morgan students can determine if the posts on social media were true or false. We used sites like snopes.com and truthorfiction.com to further investigate posts. Out of all the students we interviewed, most choose t...

Journey to 2019 Journalism Day

Journey to 2019 Journalism Day

November 8, 2019

Written by Maggie Guba | Photos by Student Journalists | On Friday, October 25, journalism teacher Leslie Chausse's E period journalism class took a trip to Southern Connecticut State University. The reason for this field trip was to attend the 2019 Journalism Day. The event involved many students ...

Assassins: How Did You Die?

Brett Martin

June 7, 2018

[wpvideo i0SuCyGv] Written by James Saturno | Video by James Saturno and Sophia Muce | After an initial few weeks of excitement and chaos, this year's iteration of assassins has yielded thirty-two kills and still no definitive winners. Much like years past, this game started strong but burned out before...

Fox 61 Student News Live

Fox 61 Student News Live

December 13, 2017

Witten by Abbigale Pitarra| Photos by Olivia McCray and Sydney Church| On Friday, December 1, 2017, Journalism Teacher Leslie Chausse went with her class to Hartford at The Fox News Studio. Sophomore Jillian Crowley and Senior Abbigale Pitarra made a video to submit to Fox 61 Student News. After submitting the video, Mrs. Chausse got an email from Chief Editor of Fox61 Daniel Put...

Recap the Week: 5/15/17 – 5/22/17

Recap the Week: 5/15/17 - 5/22/17

May 23, 2017

Written by Allison Goguen| Images from the web, cited at bottom of page| The WannaCry Ransomware Hack The digital world was shaken when a hack took over computers all over the world. Over 150 countries have been affected since the hack started, on May 12. Called ransomware, it’s a technique used b...

Recap the Week: 4/17/17 – 4/23/17

Recap the Week: 4/17/17 - 4/23/17

April 24, 2017

Written by Allison Goguen| Images from the web, cited at bottom of page| The North Korean Missile Fail: On Sunday, April 15 at 5:21 AM, North Korea launched another missile of theirs in a test run. It was a ballistic missile sent from the submarine base in Sinpo, in the eastern corner of North Korea...

Fake News

Fake News

March 31, 2017

Written by Calvin Jackson| Photos via World Atlas and the NJOBES Journal| Fake news has recently come up in the media as a recurring topic ever since President Trump made a "fake news" accusation in his first press conference as President-elect. According to The Telegraph, he called out CNN's Jim Aco...

PawPrint Journalists Attend Journalism Day at SCSU

PawPrint Journalists Attend Journalism Day at SCSU

November 16, 2015

Written by Meg Falcone and Emma Riccio| Photos by Morgan Paw Print Staff| On October 30, 2015, Freshman Meg Falcone, and Sophomore Emma Riccio went to the Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU)  32nd annual High School Journalism Day. Journalism Day is a day in which faculty and journalists throug...

The Internet: Good or Bad?

The Internet: Good or Bad?

October 19, 2015

Written by Abby Jasinski | What is your opinion on the internet? Do you believe it is good or bad for us humans? To help you decide, I will provide some facts on how social media can be good or bad. Maybe you can make healthier choices concerning the internet.  Social media can be good because...

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