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Year in Review: The Panther’s Most Notable Headlines from 2023

Amy-Grace Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2023

From artificial intelligence to gun violence, election fraud and shark tagging, 2023 takes responsibility for surged inflations worldwide, bank failures and deadly droughts. From Jan. 1 to mid-December,...

How Long Will Party Over Candidate Voting Last?

Samantha Elkins, Print-Co-Editor-in-Chief February 19, 2023

As a first-time voter, approaching the polling station this year felt exciting. It was the primary elections and I had spent the previous night scouring every website I could to analyze the candidates’...

Reflecting on Two Years Since the January 6 Insurrection: How Much Has Really Changed?

Ella Pedroso, Senior Design Editor January 16, 2023

Jan. 6, 2023 marks two years since a mob consisting of more than 2,000 supporters of Donald Trump stormed the United States Capitol following his defeat in the 2020 presidential election. In efforts to...

Year in Review: The Panther’s Most Notable Headlines from 2022

Amy-Grace Shapiro, Online-Co-Editor-in-Chief December 20, 2022

2022 takes responsibility for surged inflations throughout the world, the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, Russia invading Ukraine, the United States Supreme Court overturning abortion rights, record-breaking...

Dear Kanye West, You Need To Calm Down

Brooke Wilensky, Copy Editor November 5, 2022

It has been almost 23 years since Kanye West had his big break. Since then, his career has consisted of bad decisions and controversies. Only recently have people finally started realizing that West is...

Stuck in a Hard Corner: Back to School Should be Exciting, Not Terrifying

Amy-Grace Shapiro, Online-Co-Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2022

My first day of junior year was similar to the rest of my 650-student class’, full of the typical back-to-school jitters  — which friends were in my classes, if I would like my teachers and who I...

PERSONAL ESSAY: Type 1 Diabetes and Family

Bella Martin, Sports Editor November 20, 2020

November marks Diabetes Awareness Month. At the age of five, my older brother was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, an autoimmune disorder in which the pancreas produces little to no insulin, an important...

EDITORIAL: Governor DeSantis, We Are Not Your Political Pawns

Angelina Astic, Copy Editor October 8, 2020

On Mar. 13, the lives of my fellow peers and I transformed as the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to shut down. In the interest of protecting our people — governors around the country implemented school...

Personal Essay: How COVID-19 Has Affected Me

Kate Stuzin, Copy Editor March 31, 2020

Amidst packing bags, getting a cat sitter and renewing our passports, my family and I turned on the news  to learn that President Trump had enacted a new travel ban on people coming into the U.S. from...

Why Students Should Receive Excused Absences for Climate Strikes

Why Students Should Receive Excused Absences for Climate Strikes

Gianna Hutton, Design Editor November 13, 2019

The Sept. 20 climate strike gave many students like myself their first taste of climate activism and has left me with a yearning to participate more. But for students who are penalized for missing school...

Senior Advice to a Freshman

Senior Advice to a Freshman

Allison Strasius, Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2019

Dear MPSH freshman,  Whether you feel comfortable and optimistic about the next four years or the absolute furthest thing from it, just hear me out.  Now I have to start with a disclaimer. I would...

It’s not December, so please, don’t “Christmas-Tree” it

Marlowe Starling, editor-in-chief May 6, 2018

The month of May is arguably the most horrible time of the year (unless you have a birthday - in that case, then May is definitely the most horrible time of the year and I apologize for the bad timing...

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