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The Red and Grey

The Red and Grey

Euphoria: Glamor or a warning?

Euphoria: Glamor or a warning?

Kendall Roberts, Aiden Williamson, and Levi Syfrett March 23, 2022

Warning: This article contains mention of television show substance abuse, family dysfunction, identity issues, and mental health.  One of the most iconic TV series in today’s day and age is the...

Transcendentalism or vandalism? Is graffiti a positive act of expression or inconsiderate damage to property

Transcendentalism or vandalism? Is graffiti a positive act of expression or inconsiderate damage to property

Rue Elder, Staff Writer March 2, 2022

Imagine a school that promotes creativity, speaking up, and individuality. A school where you can emotionally and intellectually express yourself through art. It sounds so impossible, but it really is...

Cubes, orbs, and the most vile of shapes

Cubes, orbs, and the most vile of shapes

Ehren Barta, Staff Writer January 29, 2022

Our planet has circled the sun for 4.543 billion years, but for only 200,000 of those years has our kind tread on the earth’s soil. Despite this, however, humanity has accomplished innumerable feats...

Out with the new, in with the old: Retro fashion coming back in style

Out with the new, in with the old: Retro fashion coming back in style

Rue Elder and Tyler Guest January 26, 2022

Each decade has its item that owns the entire world. In the ’20s, we had flapper dresses. In the ’50s, we had the "greasers." In the 70’s- well the ’70s were all over the place; you were either...

Through the eyes of a senior: A reflection of our last year at MCHS

Through the eyes of a senior: A reflection of our last year at MCHS

Kaleigh Williams, Staff Writer January 16, 2022

High school is four years of your life where you grow the most and find who you truly are. Seniors in high school look back on the past four years and they regret the things they did not do while they...

A peak into the pandemic

A peak into the pandemic

Rue Elder and Tyler Guest January 14, 2022

         After many years of going through a terrifying and anxiety-rising crisis, also known as Covid-19, it is pretty easy to say most of us wish there were...

The social dilemma

The social dilemma

Jayda Mitchell, Staff Writer January 14, 2022

     With technology being a necessity with today’s generation, many of us rely on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram to connect with each other.  Many of...

An epidemic of violence: A look into school shootings in the U.S.

An epidemic of violence: A look into school shootings in the U.S.

Rue Elder, Staff Writer December 18, 2021

Warning: a highly controversial topic that will most definitely hurt someone’s feelings. Guns, high schools, safety, fear. All major thoughts in an American teen’s mind almost every day. In previous...

Hate drawing? Chances are, you are probably overthinking it

Hate drawing? Chances are, you are probably overthinking it

Jayda Mitchell, Staff Writer December 8, 2021

Are you one of those students that always complains whenever your teacher gives you an assignment that involves drawing?  Most students have the idea that they "can’t draw." It may not seem like it,...

Book of the week: Frankly in Love

Book of the week: Frankly in Love

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader December 8, 2021

Frank Li is in love, but she’s not someone his conservative parents approve of.  Joy Song, a family friend, is in a similar situation.  After some planning, they come up with a plan so that they can...

Grief awareness

Grief awareness

Tyler Guest, Staff Writers December 3, 2021

Grief is a very traumatic thing. The definition of grief is "a response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or some living thing that has died, to which a bond or affection was formed." There...

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