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Under pressure: Student face the stress of school

Sage Santana, Feature Reporter

April 28, 2015

As the academic year begins to wind down at Michigan City High School, the scramble to take the ACT and SAT and to sign up for courses for the next academic year heats up. All of this stress takes a toll on students. It is not...

Prom, a night to remember

Sage Santana, Feature Reporter

April 28, 2015

An epidemic has taken the school by storm-prom fever has hit Michigan City High School students once again. Countless upperclassmen cannot wait for May 16th. The talk of dates, dresses, and “prom-posals” are forming, and the...

Majors pose as major issues

April 28, 2015

Entering into freshman year of college is generally associated with declaring a major. Declaring majors are also associated with being a major cause of stress among high schoolers and college students alike. While in high school,...

MCHS: Creativity Bursting at the Seams

Jasica Twardus, Feature Reporter

April 27, 2015

Strolling through the halls in Michigan City High School just got a whole lot brighter. Art classes at MCHS have tackled a new project of illustrating ceiling tiles. These creative masterpieces give each student an opportunity...

Catching A’s Instead of Z’s

Jasica Twardus, Feature Reporter

April 27, 2015

When grades begin to slip, students are usually advised to reexamine their lifestyles. Parents advise their kids to spend more time studying and less time with friends meanwhile teachers assume the students need to pay more...

February 25, 2015

JROTC Cadet Captain Alex Wyman had the honor of introducing Representative Pete Visclosky, who spoke at the Michigan City Rotary Club meeting on Thursday, February 19th. Wyman is a senior at Michigan City High School and plans...

February 25, 2015

The Michigan City High School Science Olympiad team competed at Indiana University Northwest’s 14th annual Science Olympiad Regional tournament. MCHS competed in 23 events and against 14 other high school teams. &nbs...

Eating for Energy

Jasica Twardus, Feature Reporter

February 24, 2015

At one point or another everyone hits that slump in their schedule. Eyelids slowly flutter shut, pencils stop their feverish writing, and students seem to grow strangely quiet. What exactly is this epidemic that has been hitting...

MCHS gains determined debaters

Kaitlyn Steinhiser, Feature Writer

January 26, 2015

There is no debate about whether or not students should join the new debate club. The club, coached by Ms. Sisk, started meeting on Monday January 19, 2014. Towards the end of the first semester, Sisk realized that her students...

Have a Ball Winter Ball

January 26, 2015

It is a bitter winter now in Michigan City, and as the snow piles on, students become more anxious.  Yet there is a way to shake off that cabin fever. There is no better way to let loose this winter than to dance the night away...

School closes due to snow days

January 26, 2015

Happy return from an extended Winter Break, MCHS.  Students and faculty can thank Mother Nature for the extra week off of school.  It seems that that snow day are becoming more common each winter here in MC. Yet there is often...

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