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The Red and Grey

The Red and Grey

Principal Dixons year in review

Principal Dixon’s year in review

Jacey McMinn, Staff Writer May 16, 2022

This school year started a little differently with a new principal, Mr. Jamie Dixon. At first many people were unsure of how this year would look under a new principal, but Principal Dixon has changed...

Movie review: The Batman (2022)

Movie review: The Batman (2022)

Rue Elder, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

The new Batman movie has by far been my favorite movie I’ve seen in 2022. The aspects of modern society encapsulated by the cinematography were absolutely amazing. The Batman is on HBO Max, but I promise...

Book of the week: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Book of the week: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic April 25, 2022

Addie LaRue is 323 years old and has lived through history as it happens. In 1714, at age twenty-three, she made a deal, a deal to live untethered to anything, and in return, give up her soul when she...

How to increase motivation

How to increase motivation

Pasha West, Staff Writer April 24, 2022

When thinking of motivation, individuals tend to lack the concept of it. It is not just physically doing something; it has to do with your mindset also. When we first wake up in the morning, our first...

MCHS Student Appreciation Week: April 25-29

MCHS Student Appreciation Week: April 25-29

Kaleigh Williams, Staff Writer April 24, 2022

Student Appreciation Week is a week where faculty and staff members get to celebrate their students for all of the work and dedication they put into their school work. Not only that, but this is also a...

Student teacher profile: Ags Hortoman

Student teacher profile: Ag’s Hortoman

Jacey McMinn, Staff Writer April 24, 2022

Many of us remember having a student teacher at some point in our life. Those student teachers may be quiet and barely interact or you could have one that makes a connection with every student and actually...

Earth Day

Earth Day

Omariah "Tink" Reid and Tyler Guest April 22, 2022

In the decades leading up to the first Earth Day, Americans were consuming vast amounts of leaded gas through massive and inefficient automobiles. Pollution and deforestation were also two major issues...

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MCHS Prom, April 30

Kendall Roberts and Aiden Williamson April 22, 2022

Formal dances are a world wide experience that many students prepare for and get extremely excited for. It is a time to dance, hang out with friends, and overall create memories that will last a lifetime....

MCHS Soccer: Lady Raiders make it to the Elite Eight

MCHS Soccer: Lady Raiders make it to the Elite Eight

Marissa West, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

On April 20th 2022 Madison County women's soccer team made school history by earning its spot in the elite eight against Perry High School. By half-time, the girls were leading with a score of 1-0...

Review: Pixars Turning Red

Review: Pixar’s Turning Red

Kendall Roberts, Staff Writer April 15, 2022

When thinking of classic, top notch films the enticing Disney productions come to mind for many. There are so many iconic Disney films such as The Little Mermaid, Moana, Princess and the Frog, Toy Story,...

Review: Peaky Blinders

Review: Peaky Blinders

Levi Syfrett, Staff Writer April 14, 2022

The Peaky Blinders is a show on Netflix that is about a Family called the Shelbys. The time period is set in the 1900s in Birmingham England. The Shelby family runs that city by running a huge illegal...

Teacher profile: Abby Newland

Teacher profile: Abby Newland

Jayda Mitchell, Staff Writer April 14, 2022

Here at MCHS, expressing ourselves through art is very underrated. It is not one of those things that students tend to enjoy due to their lack of confidence. All they need is a little motivation which...

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