Breaking Blue

Channel “Fun”

Channel “Fun”

Austin Ryan and Gary Baker

March 16, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

Since the dawning of middle school, we have been forced to watch the vile news station known as Channel One. Boring, cheesy, and always two weeks late with its news, Channel One has proven over the years that it is nothing more than a waste of 12 minutes. Students arrive at school and have to report...

Stories From the Wings

Stories From the Wings

Jianni Adams, Writer

March 11, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The theatre. For one reason or another, you all have been there once or twice. On stage, things look put together and if done correctly; the actors and stage crew make it look effortless. For the most part the drama remains on stage. However, every now and then all hell breaks lose backstage during a ...

Winning With Words

Kiki Chandler, Writer

February 11, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

This year was the 31st annual MHS Poetry contest. For many students, this contest was worth more than just money. The Creative Writing class had the opportunity to pick the theme for the contest which was “Falling Through Madness.” The class is offered through the school and is taught by Mr. Ken...

Keeping it Local

Emily Krulik and Gary Baker

February 11, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Tomato Pie If you happen to think that a date at home is the best plan for you, sit back, relax, and enjoy a tomato pie from, well, Tomato Pie. It is in Paragon and, yes, while you do have to go and get it yourself, it is definitely worth the drive. Call in and order a pizza of your choosing ahead o...

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