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Green Team Plans to Change the Future of Sustainability at MHS
News

Alexa Williams | October 16, 2019

Until now, Middleton High School’s environmental sustainability movement has been divided between several clubs and a Student Council committee. This year, that’s changing.

Among dozens of student…

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Do Racial Slurs Have a Place in Education?
Features

Ella Roach | February 10, 2019

In early January, a Middleton teacher was placed on leave after reportedly using a racial slur during class.  

According to multiple student accounts, the teacher was reprimanding students who were…

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Holocaust Remembrance is More Important Now Than Ever
Opinions

Aaron Boorstein | February 10, 2019

With International Holocaust Remembrance Day – the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi concentration and death camp – occurring last week, on January 27, 2019, we face…

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Anxiety at MHS, Part I: The Students
Features

Celia Hiorns | November 21, 2018

On a daily basis, the average American high school student will ring up a list of homework after a day of classes. There may be conflicts with friends, struggles with sports, and even mental health issues…

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Food, Fat, and Filters: Creating Self-Confidence in the Digital Age
Features

Alexa Williams | November 16, 2018

Thanksgiving- the great American feast- is just around the corner. This holiday, falling on the fourth Thursday of November marks the beginning of a season of parties, gifts, and, yes, food.

In an American…

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SHAPE club presents second annual Embrace Your Voice Week
Features

Ella Roach | November 6, 2018

Last week, from October 15 through October 19, MHS students learned about the issue of sexual harassment and assault by watching presentations, playing Kahoots, and participating in discussions during…

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Protestors Respond to Middleton Shooting
News

Nadia Langley | October 31, 2018

At 3:00 pm on Sunday, September 23, more than three dozen people, armed with signs and orange T-shirts, gathered in the rotunda of the Wisconsin State Capitol for a “die-in” to protest gun violence….

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