MPH Students Remember Parkland Victims; Protest for Gun Control

By Suzannah Peckham, Lily Grenis, Dan Mezzalingua and Sydney Spector Today at at 10 a.m. approximately 160 Manlius Pebble Hill School Middle and Upper School students walked out of class to remember  the victims of the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that took 17 lives and to protest for gun control. Students from grades six through 12 participated in the 17-minute … Continue reading MPH Students Remember Parkland Victims; Protest for Gun Control

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By Bella Casella I was born March 7, 2000 in Miami, Florida. Since then, there have been 212 school shootings in the United States. In the 212 school shootings, 267 people have been killed and 388 have been injured. I recently turned 18. At 18, there are certain things I’m legally not allowed to do. I can’t drink alcohol. In certain states I can’t buy … Continue reading #Enough

#Enough: National School Walkout

By Suzannah Peckham Teenagers across the United States are left reeling after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Valentine’s Day. They want to strike a change in their communities and in their country, and they want the change to begin immediately and in their own schools. More than 2,000 schools across the nation, and several local schools, are joining … Continue reading #Enough: National School Walkout

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MPH Welcomes Danish Student Visitors

By Riley Cappelletti The students of Sorø Academy in Denmark will be coming to Manlius Pebble Hill tomorrow night, March 13 and will be staying through Friday the 16th. Every other year MPH students and faculty members travel to Denmark during February break. On the opposite years, students and faculty of Sorø Academy travel to New York during their break in March. Danish students will … Continue reading MPH Welcomes Danish Student Visitors


By Alex Leclercq I love… When you step on my foot When you poke me with your nose When you stand in front of the door so that no one forgets you When you put your muzzle on my shoulder when I drive When you look at me with your kind brown eyes When you lift your paw for me to remove a thorn When … Continue reading Zoé

Therapy Dogs

By Lily Grenis In our society, it’s fairly common for families to include one or more furry, feathered or four-legged friends in addition to humans. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) approximates that 44 percent of American homes include a dog, and 35 percent have a cat.   Most anyone who has kept company with a pet knows the benefits … Continue reading Therapy Dogs

Memories of Zoé

  Faculty Memories By Isabella Casella From strutting down MPH’s  hallways to gracing the school’s stage, Zoé was more than your average pup. Michele Koziara, Director of Theatre and Dance Education at MPH, admitted that she could have used a toy dog on a leash in last year’s production of “Sweet Charity,” but decided against it. Since it was a production for the MPH community, … Continue reading Memories of Zoé

Man’s Best Friend

  By Emma Purce Dogs have long been considered man’s best friend,  and the bond between humans and dogs is unmistakable. Since their domestication 15,000 to 30,000 years ago, dogs have helped humans by hunting, keeping away pests, guarding homes, serving with the military and police, assisting the disabled, and perhaps their biggest and most important job, being faithful companions. Numerous studies have proven that … Continue reading Man’s Best Friend