MHS sports create long lasting memories

Allan Haynes, Editor

November 5, 2018

Filed under Columns

The work, time, and struggle finally has an ending but it's a bittersweet feeling. Being a part of MHS athletics is a great way to meet new people and try new things but when having to say goodbye, it can be tough. The MHS varsity...

Preparation for horse shows take time

Maggie Pasko, Reporter

November 5, 2018

Filed under Columns

In the morning before a show, I wake up with a stomach full of butterflies. If I had a time where I wasn’t nervous and excited before a show, it wouldn’t be normal for me. 9 a.m.: I wake up ready to prepare for a show....

Candy corn supporter, offended by hate

Lauren Young, Editor

November 5, 2018

Filed under Columns

I’m hurt… I’m offended… I truly do not understand how anyone could have so much hatred for such an adorable snack? Even thinking about candy corn makes my mouth water. Sweet candy corn, made from a sugary, creamy, icing… ...

Senior year becomes a tragedy

Madisyn Hardy, Co-Editor-in -Chief

September 25, 2018

Filed under Columns

Senior year: the year of last days, mental breakdowns, senioritis, and goodbyes. I have been looking forward to my senior year since I was in the seventh grade. Senior year is supposed to be the year that you go to all of the...

‘Deadpool 2’ tops box offices

Abigail Pipkin, Reporter

June 13, 2018

Filed under Columns, Uncategorized

“Deadpool 2” came into theaters this May bringing in lots of viewers and providing all the expected action as well as making you want to shed a tear. Deadpool (also known as Wade Wilson) has more adult humor than any Marvel...

Student doesn’t understand big deal of vaping

Lauren Young, Reporter

March 23, 2018

Filed under Columns

Picture this, seven teenage boys blowing massive clouds that smell like an extremely overwhelming pink cotton candy-induced stomachache. The thick clouds are worse than any fog day we have had at Monroe. The smoke, my bad, the...

MHS lunch schedule panics student

Elizabeth Smith, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Columns

Monroe High decided to test the switch from four lunches to three lunches to see how it would go. On the beginning of the third trimester (the start of the new lunches), a lot of students were worried about how the lunches...

Teachers implicate bias against students

Kip Mayes, Sophomore Reporter & Editor

March 15, 2018

Filed under Columns

Teacher bias has been a problem since the beginning of group education, but does that make it right? Should a student be excused on an assignment or bumped up a few points because the teacher likes that student in particular?...