By Lily Grenis Which MPH Teacher Are You Most Like? Add up all of your A’s, Bs, Cs, Ds and Es to find out! Where do you get food for Advisory? A. Mario & Salvo’s B. Recess Coffee C. Tops Friendly Markets D. Wegmans Where would your perfect date be? A. An art museum B. The beach C. A bookstore D. The … Continue reading Who Are You Most Like?
By Daniel Mezzalingua In 2005, Edward “Ted” Curtis was in the middle of an average school day when his phone rang. To his great surprise, it was his college roommate, Will Cardamone, whom he hadn’t seen or talked to in years. Curtis and Cardamone were roommates at Hamilton College two decades earlier. Now, Cardmone was calling Curtis about a job. Little did they know when … Continue reading The Good Old Days
By Suzannah Peckham I have spent the last four years as an active member of Journalism Workshop; I started with quite literally no experience. I hardly knew how a newspaper was laid out, let alone how to write a story for one. While in the class I have watched the media cover numerous major events, and I have learned why and how articles were … Continue reading Letter From the Editor
By Emma Purce and Daniel Braverman By Emma Purce Q: How do I get my significant other’s family to like me? A: As someone who has never been in a relationship and has already planned out her future cats’ names — two of which will be Sir Whiskers III (we don’t talk about what happened to Sir Whiskers and Sir Whiskers II) and … Continue reading Bad Advice
By Suzannah Peckham Places like Manlius Pebble Hill are everywhere, small schools with students who are working tirelessly to get into colleges across the United States. Despite this fact, nowhere is exactly like MPH. Nowhere has the students that are a part of this year’s senior class. I’ve only been here for four years. Some of this year’s class has been a part of … Continue reading Graduation 2018
By Isabella Casella With a genre full of movies about the teen years, such as “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “American Pie” and “The Breakfast Club,” it seems like the life of teenagers are glamorized in Hollywood. Movies like “Seventeen Again” even explore the idea of going back to enjoy the wonders of being a teenager. Whether you’re living your life as Cher from “Clueless” … Continue reading Seventeen Again
By Emma Purce Haiti is a beautiful country known for its thousands of miles of gorgeous coastline and its mountainous regions. Recently Ren Brown, an MPH junior, spent some time there while on a trip. Brown, however, wasn’t in Haiti to see the sights, she was there to help locals. Brown joined a mission trip to Haiti alongside her father Stephen Brown, an OB/GYN. Brown is … Continue reading Helping Haiti
By Riley Cappelletti The fourth quarter is underway and seniors have started to slack. This seems to be a theme with almost all seniors. May 1 has just passed, and now all of the seniors know what they will be doing next fall. The seniors of MPH are definitely dealing with senioritis. I am one of the many students trying to cope. I experience an … Continue reading Late Pass, Asleep in Class, Senior Year Has Kicked My. . .