Senioritis stalks MHS 12th graders

Yao Lor, reporter

May 21, 2013

Go away! I’ve got senioritis! Some run to class, walk, and even “skip.” Many people know that the moment they become a senior, there is a “disease” that is waiting to strike you – senioritis. Senioritis is when...

Why school events may matter more than you think

Marni Kaldjian, editor

May 13, 2013

If you’re anything like me, you find it easy to write off school-hosted events. Not all of us are jaded, tired-of-school seniors, but many of us don’t understand the desire to stay within the school walls more than we have...

Young humanitarian shining in Eau Claire

Sammy Gibbons, News Anchor

May 10, 2013

You may have watched her appearing several times on local news stations, or seen her picture in the Leader-Telegram. If you haven’t heard of Katie Rhoten yet, you definitely will be soon. Fourteen year-old Rhoten is doing amazing...

Student chooses life without meat

Megan Hazuga, reporter

November 15, 2012

By human nature, we are carnivorous. Since the very beginning it has been believed that animals were put here for man to hunt and to consume. We all know the health pros and cons of eating meat. Pros being the protein and energy...