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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 ...

Five Student Entrepreneurs at Morgan

Husky at the entrance to The Morgan School

March 20, 2018

Written by Abbigale Pitarra| Photos from the Morgan Pawprint| Many students at The Morgan School want to go into business as a career. But a few have already entered the business world by founding their own businesses. Senior Andie Carse, senior Antonio Tran, junior Nick Hannon, and juniors Dan Radka and Caleb Adams...

Working Hard Outside of Morgan

Working Hard Outside of Morgan

September 27, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | Photo by Simon Hua Outside of our lives at Morgan, students are involved in other activities. Between hanging out with friends and family, and working at a job, there's a lot that keeps us occupied. Mainly juniors and seniors have jobs. Between the Clinton outlets, grocery ...

Meet Morgan’s New Girls Basketball Coach

Meet Morgan's New Girls Basketball Coach

January 19, 2017

Written by Gabby Vigorito| Photos by PawPrint Staff | Eliot English Teacher Caitlin Woods has taught at Eliot for 6 years. She is the cross country coach in the fall and track coach in the spring. And now she's Morgan girls basketball coach in the winter. Ms. Woods is an experienced coach. She said, "I coached basketball at Old Saybrook High School for eig...

Another Eagle Scout

Another Eagle Scout

December 15, 2016

Written by Quinn Pender | Eagle Scout is the highest ranking level of the Boy Scout Program. A Boy Scout must pass a certain test and receive merit badges in order to become an Eagle Scout. He has to be active in his group for at least six months. He has to demonstrate that he lives by the pri...

Meghan Lindsay: College Life

Meghan Lindsay- The University of Connecticut where she will be double majoring in Psycology and Physiology/Neurobiology. Meghan chose UCONN because of their beautiful campus, fantastic pre-med track, and their renowned and supportive student body.

October 25, 2016

Written by Gabby Vigorito and Abby Pitarra | Graduate Meghan Lindsay is a freshman at UCONN. She chose UConn because it offered her a scholarship, which made her entire college experience very affordable. When she visited the UConn campus, she got a tour, and when she went to Accepted Students Day, she f...

Mike Baker: College Life

Mike Baker - Boston University where he will double major in Economics/Environmental Science. Mike chose BU because of the beautiful city campus, unlimited people, and opportunities. Mike has  also been accepted into Kilachand Honors College where only about 100 students are accepted.

October 17, 2016

Written by Gabby Vigorito and Abby Pitarra | Mike Baker is a freshman at Boston University. During his college search, he knew he wanted to be in a city, so he narrowed it down to Boston, New York, Philly, and DC. When he received his acceptances, Boston University was the best academic and financi...

Amber Vuilleumier: College Life

Amber Vuilleumier: College Life

October 6, 2016

Written by: Gabby Vigorito and Abby Pitarra | Amber Vuilleumier is a freshman at Endicott College in Massachusetts. She chose Endicott because the school has a great internship and study abroad program, along with a safe campus. She also likes the community and environment.  She is enjoying the coll...

Students’ First Cars

Students' First Cars

May 13, 2016

By Anthony Janiszcak and Greg Ellal | Teens look forward to getting their first car. It means independence, freedom, and responsibility. So we wanted to know what kind of cars teens drive.  Do they like their cars? and How did they get their cars? Tiana Chrans Tiana drives a 2006 Nissan Altima. She told the PawPrint that her parents bought it fo...

Whistle While You Work

Whistle While You Work

April 1, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross| Photos by Maggie LaCross, Amanda Thompson, Maina Carey, and Sam Moran| Many Morgan students spend their free time playing sports or attending club meetings, but only a few spend their weekends working instead of hanging out with friends. If you are looking for a new place...

Accomplishing Your Work + Study Tips

Accomplishing Your Work + Study Tips

October 29, 2015

Written by Marie Kane and Abby Jasinski | Photos by Abby Jasinski | Work can be very stressful and difficult. When you have multiple assignments at once or if you have a sport after school, that could also be a challenge. I hope this article will make an impact on how you get your work done. I wish to ...

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