The Cityzen

Mount Baldy slowly deteriorating

Lizzie Quinlan, Reporter

February 28, 2014

In addition to being an extremely unique and symbolic attraction in Michigan City, Mount Baldy is the largest dune in Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. However, although Mount Baldy is a beautiful sight to see, it unfortunate...

Influential residents of MC

Sarah Smith, Feature Reporter

February 28, 2014

Living in a small town such as Michigan City, it is sometimes hard to believe that someone who grew up somewhere unfamiliar or not well known can become famous and recognized world-wide. What many people don’t know is tha...

CISV Junior Branch a great way to be involved

Sarah Smith, Feature Reporter

December 20, 2013

Just after World War II had ended a women named Doris Allen realized the secret for true world peace; the secret was children. With that idea CISV was born. CISV is a peace education organization that was founded by a child psychologist...

Referendum results are in

Lizzie Quinlan, Feature Reporter

November 15, 2013

"We asked our community for help, and with all the misinformation, confusion, and distortion, they just were not ready. Results are in, an d we lost 57-43." This is how the ‘Friends of Michigan City Schools’ facebook page ...

Science classes go canoeing

Michigan City High School students while on the canoeing field trip.

Sarah Smith, Feature Reporter

October 18, 2013

Mr. McCollum in his office.

MCHS welcomes Mr. McCollum

September 20, 2013

New staff join the pack

September 20, 2013

This year, MCHS is welcoming several new teachers and staff members to the wolf pack. Ms. Daly teaches English 9 and Read 180 and says, “I love teaching English because I love reading and writing, and I want to share that...

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