The Cityzen

Incorporating Wolf Wear into Dress Code

Farrah Goodall, Editor in Chief

February 26, 2018

Dress code, as unfortunate as it can be, is necessary for high school students as it prepares them for future careers in which they will have to follow rules in order to stay employed, but that does not mean that the dress co...

An editorial on the recent pep rally

Farrah Goodall, Editor in Chief

October 13, 2017

As a senior at MCHS, I believe that having 92.3 visit and run the pep rally may have not been the best idea even if at the time it seemed like all the students were in the middle of the floor having fun. Changing the pep rally...

Coping with tragedies

Farrah Goodall, Feature Reporter

March 9, 2017

Losing a loved one or going through hardships in life is never easy for anyone, and I would know from personal experience. There are ways to deal with grief though, and the counselors and students of MCHS have advice for high...

Hawking gives humans 1,000 years

Erik Hultgren, News Reporter

December 13, 2016

Recently during one of his lectures at Oxford University, renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking came forward with an extremely bold prediction regarding the future of the human race. Hawking has predicted that, with...

It’s Time to Lose Your Chill

Kaitlyn Steinhiser, Editor

December 13, 2016

With memes and slang constantly developing and the current, controversial world we live in, I was not surprised to see my peers quickly deeming those who speak their minds and seek change to be people with “no chill.” This...

Election Season

Sarah Smith, Editor in Chief

December 7, 2016

Election season can be a complicated and sometimes very emotional time for U.S. citizens and this year was no exception. The result of the 2016 Presidential election left some Americans sitting at home questioning what exactly...

The ballot has more than one page

Kaitlyn Steinhiser, Editor

October 24, 2016

With all of these nonpartisan (or, in some cases, very partisan) “get out and vote” campaigns flooding people’s Facebook news feeds and televisions, it is important for Hoosiers to realize that the ballot consists of mor...

High school goes by in a blink of an eye

Sarah Smith, Editor in Chief

September 30, 2016

MCHS is a great place to learn and create memories over a period of four years. It is absolutely crazy that I am a senior and am in my last year at MCHS. It seems like just yesterday that I walked through those doors on the very...

End of the School Year

Sarah Smith, Feature Editor

May 31, 2016

With the end of every school year a chapter in students lives closes. Students experience different stages of emotions regarding the end of the year. First there is the excitement of being free of all the worry that the school...

Taking risks to make memories

Sage Santana, News Reporter

May 26, 2016

I have a countdown app on my phone that counts down the days to graduation, and as the days pass and numbers shrink, with each second passing by I never imagined that four years would pass by so quickly. However, just as my phone...

Proud of Distinguished Grads

Kristen Gushrowski, Sports Writer

April 28, 2016

With about a month of school left, students at MCHS are preparing for finals, Prom, and graduation. Twenty-one MCHS students are at the top of our class, with grade-point averages of 3.8 and higher, earning them the title of “distinguished...

Learn to Argue with Class

Kaitlyn Steinhiser, News Reporter

February 18, 2016

Not everyone knows that most of MCHS’s students are respectful, professional individuals, but, at the Rotary Club’s World Affairs Conference at the Ivy Tech campus in Valpo, the representatives from my school proved this when...

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