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How To Make An Origami Paper Crane

How To Make An Origami Paper Crane

Hannah Elstro, MVC Writer/Photographer December 9, 2021

This Week’s: Historical Fact — The first known origami was paired butterflies, put on sake bottles at Shinto weddings and meant to represent the bride and groom. They were first mentioned in a poem...

A group poses with Icky the Clown and Sugar Skull

Indy Scream Park

Hannah Elstro, MVC Writer October 18, 2021

It’s that time of year again: Indy Scream Park is coming to town.  One of the most anticipated attractions in Indiana, Indy Scream Park offers a unique Halloween experience which is sure to...

How Phone Usage in School Affects Students Grades

Gabe Rentfrow, MVC Writer September 16, 2021

Students these days are more obsessed with their phone than with the class they are sitting in at that moment. Some students use their phones for things other than school work during class. If students...

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Hancock County Humane Society

Hannah Elstro, MVC Writer/Photographer September 14, 2021

No matter who you are, we’ve all seen it -- and we can all agree: the US has a very real homeless animal problem. The question should not be what we should do in the US, though, but what we can do in...

New Valorant Agent

Graci Watson, MVC Writer August 30, 2021

On June 22, Valorant released a new agent to the game. His name is Kay/o and he is half human, half robot. When he was first released, people automatically locked him in so they could try him out. Now...

Ms. Lin’s Madarin class is close now instead of spaced out in her room.

Coming Back to School Fully

Zyaria Hatcher , MVCurrent Writer April 26, 2021

On April 5th, the halls were finally packed for the first time since March of 2020. Middle and elementary students started the year fully in person.  Going back to school during the pandemic has caused...

Hallways, all students have masks on and walk in one direction.

In Person vs Virtual School

Sophia Dewael, MVcurrent Writier October 1, 2020

Throughout the state, different schools have different plans about how to handle the 2020-2021 school year. Some schools are all virtual while some are all in person. Mt. Vernon has opted to employ a hybrid...

Ping ponging for charity

Keiko Kreklau, Staff Writer April 20, 2017

March 2, 2017 marked the kickoff of MVHS’s very first Ping-Pong Tournament hosted by Asia Club. MV’s first Mandarin Chinese teacher, Ms. Lin, leads Asia Club and hosted the Ping-Pong Tournament in...

Friends across the ocean

Keiko Kreklau, Staff Writer April 14, 2017

It is said that Chinese is the hardest language to learn. With MV’s very own Ms. Lin, that is far from the case. Chinese II student, Zoe Wacker, said one of her “favorite perks of Mandarin class...

IU Korean Night offers a variety of performances

IU Korean Night offers a variety of performances

Joan Lee, Staff Writer April 10, 2017

Indiana University’s 2017 Korean Night at the Wilkie Auditorium started at 2:00 P.M. and ended at 7:30 P.M. Cultural activities started the night but the opening ceremony, food, and performances shortly...

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