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From the inside: Tales of being younger sister

“Oh, are you Abby’s sister?” the teacher asks. “Yes,” I reply, as I brace myself for the same spiel about what an energetic, outgoing student she was, how she was great in the school theatre shows, how she… 631 more words

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Oscars: Trying to Unpack a Stacked Lead Actress Field

It was clear at least as early as Labor Day, when the Telluride Film Festival played host to a number of contenders, that this year’s lead actress Oscar race was going to be overloaded. 849 more words

Awards

Mysteries of Darkness

The beautiful  Basilica Cistern is one of several hundred cisterns that lie underneath the city of Istanbul. This incredible place was built in the 6th century, just next to the Hagia Sophia. 272 more words

Travel

Column: Comet DNA Is Practical

At the beginning of this school year, we were introduced to the concept of Comet DNA and it received some mixed reactions from MHS Students. The slogan has slowly evolved into an amusing catchphrase that our teachers and administrators like to throw around. 574 more words

Columns

Feinstein: Quality Of Play Remains NFL's Biggest Problem

This has been a rough fall for the National Football League. Commissioner Roger Goodell is — again — under fire, not just from the public, but from one of his most prominent owners. 1,368 more words

NFL