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The shield cafe during breakfast

Schools Charging for Lunch

Hannah Elstro August 19, 2022

Back to school: a time many students dread. And this upcoming year is no different - except parents might be dreading it too. This year, the effect of the Universal School Meals Program Act, an...

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Rome and Greece

Duncan Schiller August 18, 2022

This year, Mt. Vernon students had the opportunity to travel abroad. Education First partners with Mount Vernon High School to plan trips for students to other countries. The trip to Rome and Greece was...

The mask is littered on the Table

What masks were for

Sam Reeves, MVC Writer May 11, 2022

The history of pandemics is, at least in part, also the history of controversial disease control measures. Yesterday the fashion was exorcisms and bloodletting, and today it is face masks. Masks may seem...

Where Variants Come From

Sam Reeves, MVC Writer March 30, 2022

The Greek alphabet is getting tired, and mother nature is not. There will be more variants. Normally, viral evolution follows a single line, each new most competitive variant being a direct descendant...

Mt. Vernon School Board Meeting

Sam Reeves, MVC Writer September 13, 2021

On Friday, August 7, local family physician Dan Stock offered commentary concerning COVID-19 mitigation protocols to the Mt. Vernon School Board. Stock’s claims were accusatory of state medical institutions...

Mt. Vernon Middle School

Mt. Vernon Middle School Closing

Isabelle Hernandez, MVC Writer/Photographer September 9, 2021

Mt. Vernon Middle School was the first school in the district to reach the red level on Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation’s Covid-19 Building Zones. On Friday, August 20th they had 25% of their...

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Overcrowding on Buses

Abigail Bates, MVC Photographer September 1, 2021

Covid vaccine available for 16 and up

Coronavirus Vaccine Age Lowering

Sophia Dewael, MVCurrent Writer April 30, 2021

Since the start of the Coronavirus, scientists have been rushing to develop a vaccine. In Indiana, the first people to have the opportunity to receive vaccines were healthcare workers and first responders....

Coronavirus Vaccine

Cade Clark, MVCurrent Writer December 17, 2020

Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company, has been paving the way for a COVID-19 vaccine for months.  The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) requires at least a 50% efficacy for companies who wanted to submit...

Pandemic Optimism

Madalyn Cottrell, MVCurrent Writer December 1, 2020

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 early this year, the lives people around the world have been put on hold. Everyone has a different story of how the pandemic is affecting them. Some are ignoring the severity...

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