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  • Ankara attack sparks Turkey’s war on terror

    Ankara attack sparks Turkey’s war on terror

    Miranda Crowley, Staff Writer

    March 21, 2016

    A car bomb explosion terrorized a city square in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Sunday, March 13, 2016, leaving many victims dead or seriously injured. The explosion killed at least 34 civilians and left 125 injured, totaling 159 casualties and counting. The bomb went off near a bus stop in a park... READ MORE »»

    EXPLOSION ROCKS ANKARA, TURKEY: People carry an injured person after an explosion in the busy center of Turkish capital, Ankara, Turkey, Sunday, March 13, 2016. The explosion is believed to have been caused by a car bomb that went off close to bus stops. News reports say the large explosion in the capital has caused several casualties.

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  • Nestlé announces recall on three major products

    Nestlé announces recall on three major products

    Shreya Shah, Staff Writer

    March 21, 2016

    Leading food and beverage production giant Nestlé USA Inc. announced a "voluntary" recall of three million of its frozen products on March 10, 2016. The corporation declared the recall due to the risk of customers suffering harm from glass that could potentially be found in any of three types of frozen... READ MORE »»

    NESTLE PRODUCTS THAT MAY CONTAIN GLASS RECALLED: Famous food giant Nestle USA Inc. produces frozen meals such as DiGiorno's Pizzas, Lean Cuisine products, and Stouffer's products at its factories in Little Chute, Wisconsin and Springfield, Utah. These products were recalled on Thursday, March 10, 2016 due to potential contamination of glass particles in the food, prompted by complaints from consumers. Although no injuries have been reported, Nestle is still looking into exactly how the glass got into the products.


  • America’s beloved First Lady passes away

    America’s beloved First Lady passes away

    Miranda Crowley, Staff Writer

    March 16, 2016

    Widow to Ronald Reagan and former First Lady, Nancy Reagan, died of congestive heart failure in her Los Angeles home on Sunday, March 6, 2016. The female icon passed away at the age of 94. Her spokesperson announced that she is supposed to be buried at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi... READ MORE »»

    NANCY REAGAN AT HUSBAND AND FORMER PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN'S FUNERAL: The former social and political icon said her goodbyes on June 11, 2004 to her late husband as she kisses his casket. Twelve years later, the American public is forced to bid the revered former First Lady farewell after her death on Sunday, March 6, 2016.

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  • MTHS career academies

    MTHS career academies

    Nashita Khandakar, Staff Writer

    March 16, 2016

    Several students know from day one of kindergarten what they want to be when they grow up. Whether they want to be a doctor or an actor, they have a passion for that specific career from a very young age. Monroe Township High School has created four academies that focus on a specific career path,... READ MORE »»

    TEACHING IN CAREER ACADEMIES: World History teacher Ms. Granett is one of the many teachers that will be teaching in MTHS' career academies beginning during the 2016-2017 school year. These academies will allow students to achieve their dream jobs by focusing on a specific career path.


  • NASA’s Hubble Telescope finds one of the most distant galaxies ever seen

    NASA’s Hubble Telescope finds one of the most distant galaxies ever seen

    Shreya Shah, Staff Writer

    March 16, 2016

    NASA announced on Thursday, March 3, 2016 that an international team of astronomers, using the organization's Hubble Space Telescope, discovered one of the farthest galaxies to date, and named it GN-z11. Based on images from the Hubble and Spitzer telescopes, the galaxy is located in the direction... READ MORE »»

    HUBBLE TELESCOPE ENCOUNTERS EXTREMELY DISTANT GALAXY: Scientists from NASA announce on Thursday March 3, 2016 that after much research, the Hubble telescope has found the farthest galaxy ever known, called GN-z11. The pathway of its location goes from the Big Dipper, to the Ursa Major constellation, to the GOODS North field of galaxies, and then finally to the galaxy itself. Measurements such as these are firm evidence that other unique and surprisingly bright galaxies found in previous Hubble images may also be at tremendous distances.


Project F.U.N aims high for social change

Miranda Crowley, Staff Writer

The members of Project F.U.N, a new club at MTHS, first met on December 10, 2015 to discuss the club's future in Monroe and outline a clear set of goals that the students...  Read More »

March 3, 2016 • Comments Off

Erin Seppi: the ultimte athlete and scholar

November 16, 2015

From the field to the books, senior Erin Seppi has proven herself to be a star scholar and athlete, winning student of month as well as multiple national and regional awards throughout her soccer career...  Read More »

The night Kellan Lutz made my prom dreams come true

June 16, 2015

There are no words that can describe how incredible it feels to meet someone you have looked up to and admired for such a long time. And to think, it all started with a Vine… I went through the typical awkward early teenage phase where friendships...  Read More »

Surviving freshman year

June 15, 2015

Freaked about making the leap from middle school to high school? Don't worry hun, it's not as bad as you might think! I never really knew exactly how I felt about starting high school. I was excited...  Read More »

The dos and don’ts of applying to college

Gianna Floria, Social Media Manager

As the deadlines for college applications approaches, you can hear the sigh of relief coming from every high school senior across the country. College applications are quite...  Read More »

January 11, 2016 • Comments Off

10 iconic moments that describe 2015

December 28, 2015

Unfortunately, 2015 is coming to a close. This year was filled with many stand-out moments from internet trends to making movie history. To recount the year, here are 10 of...  Read More »

Inexpensive DIY gifts for everyone on your christmas list

December 15, 2015

As a high school student, it is difficult to manage money, especially around the holiday season. We are officially past the stage in our lives where we can write our friends...  Read More »

October Highlights: What to do this month

October 14, 2015

The brisk breeze tickles your nose, and the warm September air has left, leaving the cool, spooky fog of October. Welcoming October into the year may be a sad time for people...  Read More »

YouTuber asked to remove turban at airport

Erin Kaul, Staff Writer

YouTuber Jasmeet Singh, more commonly know as JusReign, faced trouble at airport security over his turban on February 21, 2016. The comedian tweeted his experience with the...  Read More »

March 15, 2016 • Comments Off

The melting pot reaches a boil

February 26, 2016

America is known worldwide as "the melting pot" for her rich ethnic diversity, cultural fusion and smorgasbord of languages. However, lately, it seems to many people from...  Read More »

Can we stop talking about my body now?

February 26, 2016

Barbie may actually be able to stand on her own two feet now that she has become more realistic. Mattel, the company that is known for its production of the iconic Barbie...  Read More »

Technological overload in our generation

February 26, 2016

The golden age of technology continues to thrive in 2016. For the most part, people born around the late 1990's were the last to experience a glimpse of a life that didn't...  Read More »

Science has made designer babies possible, but there’s a catch

Caroline Albert, Editor-in-Chief

Through the process of in vitro fertilization, you can now choose the characteristics and traits your baby will have. However, with the growing popularity of embryo selection...  Read More »

March 7, 2016 • Comments Off

  • Reasearch shows recurring psychological effects after sexual abuse March 3, 2016
  • Zika virus spreads to America February 12, 2016

Diversity in the tech industry: When will we see it?

Yashaswi Parikh, Staff Writer

In Google's first diversity report, reluctantly released in May 2014, it was confirmed that the company's workforce is 70 percent male and 62 percent white. Reports from other...  Read More »

May 28, 2015 • Comments Off

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Monroe Township High School's digital newspaper.
Monroe Township High School's digital newspaper.