Matthew Zito: Transforming M-A From “Penal Institution” to Paradise

Matthew Zito: Transforming M-A From “Penal Institution” to Paradise

Natalie Silverman , Editor-in-Chief
June 7, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

When Matthew Zito started out as an assistant vice principal (AVP) at M-A 11 years ago, the campus appearance and atmosphere were drastically different from how they are today.

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22 Things To Do Before Graduating from M-A

22 Things To Do Before Graduating from M-A

Sarah Howell, Reporter
May 15, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

They may not be official requirements, but you'll have failed yourself if you haven't completed every item on this list before you graduate.

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GSA Raises Awareness of the Gender and Sexuality Spectrum

GSA Raises Awareness of the Gender and Sexuality Spectrum

Alex Brieger, Reporter
May 7, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Have you seen the GSA flyers around campus? If you're interested in finding out a little bit more about them, click here.

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Community’s Support Turns Senior’s Cardiac Arrest Into Inspirational Story

Community’s Support Turns Senior’s Cardiac Arrest Into Inspirational Story

Joey Ellefritz, Social Media Manager
May 5, 2015
Filed under Features

Early in the month of March, senior Ryan Kessler had just returned home when he suddenly collapsed in front of his house when he went into sudden cardiac arrest.

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M-A Athletic Boosters Host 10th Annual Big Bear Run

M-A Athletic Boosters Host 10th Annual Big Bear Run

Siena Hooper, Reporter
May 4, 2015
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On May 3rd the M-A Athletic Boosters held a successful 10th annual M-A Big Bear Run.

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Leadership Hosts Annual Spring Carnival

Leadership Hosts Annual Spring Carnival

Kelly Woods and Siena Hooper
May 1, 2015
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The annual lunchtime Spring Carnival was held today, Friday, May 1st. It included a variety of recreational activities for the student body to enjoy.

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M-A’s Beloved Alice Kleeman to Retire

M-A’s Beloved Alice Kleeman to Retire

Lexi Lobdell and Alex Brieger
April 28, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Last Friday, M-A's college counselor Alice Kleeman announced her retirement. Kleeman has been working at M-A for the past twenty years and has played a vital role in aiding students and their families with the college process. We met with her to find out her plans concerning the next chapter in her life.

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Televised vs. Online Ways to Watch Shows

Televised vs. Online Ways to Watch Shows

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
April 20, 2015
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A survey of high school student's opinions on televised vs. online ways to watch shows.

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M-A Students and Teachers React to Late Spring Break

M-A Students and Teachers React to Late Spring Break

Lauren McLaughlin and Siena Hooper
April 17, 2015
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This year, M-A’s spring break falls at the end of April and has raised complaints from both students and AP teachers.

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An Inside Look at M-A’s 2015 Presidential Candidates

An Inside Look at M-A’s 2015 Presidential Candidates

Kyra Sheeper and Kelly Woods
April 16, 2015
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On Friday, M-A's student body will vote for their junior and senior class presidents. Read this story for fun facts about this year's candidates.

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M-A Orchestra Gives Remarkable Performance in Carnegie Hall

M-A Orchestra Gives Remarkable Performance in Carnegie Hall

Siena Hooper, Reporter
April 9, 2015
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On Thursday April 2nd, the M-A Orchestra traveled to New York City to perform for their second time in Carnegie Hall. Fifty-one excited students performed...

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A Look at This Year’s Prom Asks

A Look at This Year’s Prom Asks

Kyra Sheeper and Danielle Balestra
April 9, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Read more to take a look at some of the M-A juniors and seniors' prom asks!

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