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Off-campus lunch: the ‘student specials’ dillemma

Michael Riggi and Laura Francavilla

June 23, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Student Life

Off-campus lunch all three years at MHS has been a tradition that students have flaunted and embraced proudly for decades but may soon be driving students back into the cafeteria.   Due to the high competitive prices of new bu...

Student bathrooms to recieve overhaul in the near future

Laura Francavilla and Caitlin Le Goff

June 23, 2018

Filed under Opinion

  Every high school has its fair share of student complaints, and Massapequa High School is no exception. One of the biggest—and most prominent—problems is the state of the restrooms. “What we’re looking to do i...

Marching for our lives: one student’s perspective

Jack Graziano, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Top Stories

In the wake of the Valentine’s Day school shooting in Parkland, Florida, survivors orchestrated a “March for Our Lives” event in Washington, DC on March 24 to unify parents, politicians, and students around a common goal—making...

Sixth Grade Move Causes Controversy and Concern

Liam Higgins, Editor-In-Chief

October 3, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

The decision has finally been made. Berner Middle School now includes sixth-grade students. After months of decisions and reversals, it became official that this year’s sixth grade class would join the new 7th and 8th graders...

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