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Texas abortion law stirs national controversy

Texas abortion law stirs national controversy

Sydney Okeke, Senior Associative Editor September 28, 2021
This controversial ruling has been considered an attack on reproductive rights, while pro-life activists are considering this a crucial victory.
Ida leaves crew team in a bind

Ida leaves crew team in a bind

Taylor Conklin, Staff Writer September 17, 2021
“It’s gonna take a long time until things are back in their place again,” said rower Kate Kelly ‘22.
Olivia Forti, Cece Funchion, Elizabeth Dolich, Kate Kelly and Campbell Donovan went on a beautiful sunny morning during winter break to collect trash around the trails near Forbidden Drive and in the park grounds near the surrounding roads.

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Olivia Forti, Anna Emma, and Layla Giovanniello April 21, 2021
“Giving back to the community and taking care of the Earth is an incredibly important part of the Mount’s mission statement. Since I am passionate about helping to save the environment, this experience made me feel amazing,” said Olivia Forti ‘22.
President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden with one of their two German Shepherds.

Dogs return to the White House

Anna Emma, Editor-in-Chief November 13, 2020
Biden told campaign reporters about a deal he made with his wife, “Jill said, 'I'll make you a deal: if you get the vice presidency and get elected, you can get a dog.'"
Photo of the electoral college map of states found on the Washington Post.

2020’s ongoing presidential election

Maggie Pensabene, Editor-in-Chief November 6, 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump have been campaigning in one of the most polarizing elections in American history.
AD Janet Columbro pictured at her desk in the Fitness Center

“Knocking on wood”

Cece Funchion, Associate Web Editor October 13, 2020
“We can get through fall season if everyone cooperates,” said Mrs. Columbro.
Artwork by Jenna Tancredi illustrating students’ lending a hand to others.

Area students navigate hybrid learning models

Jaylen Baron, Jane Borneman, and Emily Carr October 12, 2020
“I zone out so easily, and get the worst headaches. I loved being in class because there was a routine..."
Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris greets young supporters of her campaign.

Historic VP pick inspires Mounties

Selina Sithya, Senior Associative Editor October 4, 2020
"I cannot wait to see what the next step is,” said Uma Padmanabhan '23
Charli DAmelio dances on TikTok to New Thang by Redfoo

Students continue to use TikTok in spite of security concerns  

Ella Valencia, Claire Hanycz, and Maggie Newell October 1, 2020
"...many students view TikTok as an escape from their everyday stresses."
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