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The MV Current

The MV Current

Save the earth

Save the earth

Lauren Pilkington, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

Earth Day is celebrated in 180 different countries around the world. Each year it is celebrated on April 22nd. On the topic of Earth Day, some facts about how much is wasted every year are:   More than 100 billion pieces of junk mail are delivered in the United States each year alone. The U.S....

Prom 2017

Prom 2017

Compiled by MVHS staff

April 24, 2017

Prom was held on Saturday 4/22 at Crane Bay in downtown Indianapolis from 7-10:30 pm. The theme was "One Night, One World." ...

Students as teachers

Allison Yoder, Staff Writer

April 21, 2017

At the beginning of second semester, Mt. Vernon gave a warm welcome to two student teachers from Ball State. These teachers are Ms. Genders and Mrs. Freeman. They both are completing their student teaching in the English department, under Mrs. Stindle, Mrs. Schiller and Mr. Ragan. After being at MV fo...

The most delicious time of the year

The most delicious time of the year

Kailee Isham, Staff Writer

April 18, 2017

Tis’ the season when every Meijer, Kroger, and Wal-Mart has a stand where little girls are selling cookies. Girl Scout cookies have become a classic American snack; it’s hard to find someone who hasn’t tried them, and many people consider themselves something of Girl Scout Cookie aficionados. ...

Easter memories

Easter memories

Erica Magee, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

Spring break is now over and Easter is hopping right around the corner. Holidays are a good time for students to reflect back on past holidays and the memories that they have made. Mt. Vernon students are talking about some of their very own traditions and memories of Easter. Jenna Nicodemus, 9,...

ASL class further explores the Deaf world

Carly McWilliams, Reviews Editor

March 31, 2017

On February 14, students from the American Sign Language I and II classes experienced Deaf culture in the real world. Sixteen students, along with ASL teacher Mrs. Peterson, went on a tour of the Indiana School for the Deaf to take in the environment, as well as to learn more about Vincennes Univ...

Why is March, March?

Lauren Pilkington, Staff Writer

March 27, 2017

Have you ever thought about who actually named the months? Why are the months named what they are named? Well, in ancient Rome, the Romans thought that all war should cease, or come to an end, when the transition between years happened. For example: If there was a war going on in December of 2016...

New buses, new features

Ashley Offenbach, News Editor

March 6, 2017

Technology has become a part of everyday life and is beginning to become integrated in many everyday objects. The newest technology at MV is on the busses, where many new features are being added. The first change with the busses is they will have external cameras. These cameras are placed on the st...

Love is in the air for some

Love is in the air for some

Hannah Warfel, MVC Features Editor

February 23, 2017

Valentine's day is the one day a year where people go all out for their loved ones without having a reason. While Valentine's day is usually seen as a couples holiday, it is a day to celebrate all types of love, meaning family and friends as well as significant others. Nikki Schriener, 11, said, “Shout o...

Senior Feature: Felicity Kratky

Senior Feature: Felicity Kratky

Carly McWilliams, MVC Reviews Editor

February 8, 2017

As the cast of Hairspray! took their final bows, all eyes were on Felicity Kratky at center stage. After performing in ten different musicals over the course of her high school career, she had clenched the lead role of Tracy Turnblad for her senior year. “I honestly don't even think I could put ...

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