Column- Dan O’Callaghan

April 30, 2019

  As I approach the last days of my high school experience, I think it's important to look at the people who inspired me to work harder and strive to be better. One of those people is my grandfather. My grandfather continues...

Column- Hannah Woehrle

April 30, 2019

Last August, something big happened: my brother left for college. That was the day I became an only child. I often feel like us younger siblings get overlooked when the older child goes off to college. This is a pretty big change...

Column- Annie Laforet

April 30, 2019

I remember the first racist statement I heard at MHS like it was yesterday. It was freshman year, and I was walking down the hallway with two of my former friends when we saw a black boy and a white girl walking together. That’s...

Column- Bitsy Mammel

April 30, 2019

When I was little I wanted to be a teacher. Now I don’t think I have any more will in me to spend even another year in school. Then I thought I wanted to be a journalist, but right now I’m happy to keep that experience in...

Editorial- The Environment

April 30, 2019

For the past five years ago, Midland High made no efforts towards recycling. Every classroom has a big blue recycling bin, but all of those items went in the trash. It wasn’t until a member of the new Green Club went to Principal...

A Day in the Life of Jack Schulz

April 30, 2019

Senior Jack Schulz begins a discussion with Monique Albright’s third hour leadership class. Photo: Spencer Isberg Schulz completes his homework in the Student Council office. Photo: Spencer Isberg   Since freshman...

What’s new, Midland?

March 22, 2019

NCG CINEMA NCG has been a Midland staple since most of us can remember. We were all used to the worn-out seats and 90s-era decor. Fortunately, the powers that be decided it was time for an upgrade. The new NCG Cinema i...

After Dinosaurs- Column by Kelly Craig

March 21, 2019

In third grade, I decided that I wanted to be a paleontologist when I grew up. I stacked my room with thick, heavy books about dinosaurs, delightfully spilling my knowledge on which creature belonged to which period to whoever...

Wedding Gift- Column by Aleah Ward

March 21, 2019

Early in August of 2017, I would have never believed that I would’ve taken something home from a family friend’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle wedding. It’s not like I caught the bride’s bouquet or anything. But instead I...

Indecisive- Column by

March 21, 2019

I’m a generally indecisive person--just ask my family. When given a list of different places to go out to eat and told to choose one, I’ll do the exact opposite. I’ll either eliminate one or give an option between two or...

Plugged In- Column by Bitsy Mammel

March 21, 2019

I first downloaded social media when I was in sixth grade, when during Christmas break my younger cousin insisted that I needed to get this app called “Instagram” as soon as possible. I didn’t really think about it much...

Plugged In- Column by Maureen Aloff

March 21, 2019

To me, social media is like candy. Everyone puts the sweetest parts of their lives on social media, which is why I think everyone likes it so much; it is just the good stuff about them. Like candy, social media can provide a small...

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