The Purple Wings Halloween playlist

Compilation by Stewart Mccallum, Campus Editor

October 29, 2014

In honor of Halloween, the staff at has put together an array of Halloween-themed songs and videos for the Memorial community to enjoy. Leigh Krieger, Ghostbusters (Ray Parker Junior),;...

Another Columbus Day changes to Indigenous People’s Day

Commentary by Chenoa Littlewolf, Reporter

October 27, 2014

For almost a hundred years, Native American and non-Native Americans have both requested that there be a way to honor the cultural and historical heritage of the original inhabitants of the United States. Columbus Day was created...

MHS builds ice rink?

MHS builds ice rink?

December 18, 2013

Sleep. Do we need it?

Sleep. Do we need it?

March 6, 2013

What are the hallway signs really trying to achieve?

Introduction by Elena Montanye, guest commentary by Forensics Team member Lillie Cox

February 27, 2013

We’ve all seen the signs hanging in the hallways of MHS. “Keep Moving!” they remind us. “Pull Over!” they demand. Much to the chagrin of SOAR-happy staff members, the signs seem to have done less to reduce hallway congestion...

Teen writers still exist!

Teen writers still exist!

December 17, 2012

Pleading for later start times

Elisa Perez, Social Media Editor

December 17, 2012

At 6:00 in the morning, every single school day, I am abruptly awoken by the screeching of my alarm clock. I crawl out of bed and trudge to school, grumpy and exhausted. I am assured that many share this routine. We wake up at...

Curl Up and Read Pick of the Week: “Looking for Alaska” by John Green

Elisa Perez, Copy Editor

December 12, 2012

After seeing a post about it on Facebook a while ago, I decided to read “Looking for Alaska” by John Green. The cover drew me in immediately, a black background with a candle that appears to be recently blown out due to the...

Abortion debated by Purple Wings staff members

December 7, 2012

Abortion issue still needs to be dealt with  Opinion by Magnus Groom, sports editor Abortion has been a key issue politically for at least the past four decades.  During the recent elections, the topic of abortion has bee...

Chaotic hallways aggravate

Sammy Gibbons, News Anchor

December 2, 2012

The hallways in our school are a chaotic and dangerous never-ending sea of people. We have all experienced that moment of frustration when you are stuck in that massive wad of people that congregates in the commons area leading...