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Paris & Madrid: EF Tour

Duncan Schiller, MVC writer September 29, 2022

In 2024, a group of MVHS students will have the opportunity to travel to France, Spain, and possibly Britain. The travel company Education First provides trips for students in over 50 countries. The...

Mamma Mia! auditions and results

Neve O'Brien, MVC writer September 27, 2022

Tuesday, August 30th, and Wednesday, August 31st, consisted of students nervously waiting for their number to be called for auditions to be in the upcoming performance of “Mamma Mia!” Students were...

Death of a Monarch

Wyatt Hodge, MVC writer September 19, 2022

On September 8th, 2022, Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the age of 96. She died peacefully in Balmoral, Scotland with her family. The phrase, “Londen bridge is down” was spoken all across England...

Boycotting Cracker Barrel

Delainey Root, MVC writer September 9, 2022

On August 1st, Cracker Barrel announced on their social media that the chain is adding a vegan sausage to their menus.  Cracker Barrel is a restaurant and gift shop chain with locations that spread...

two bags of Skittles hanging on a store display

Skittles are Bad?

Isabelle Hernandez, MVC writer and photographer September 6, 2022

Skittles are bad? It may seem impossible to some. Skittles, the candy many people know and love, can be found sitting on a shelf at every grocery, convenience store, and gas station. But it has been...

“Pink Sauce” Controversy

Callie Osburn, MVC Writer August 31, 2022

People who are online a lot may have heard about the viral condiment controversy surrounding the Pink Sauce. The posts have been going around on many social media platforms, with the majority of them found...

Standing in the airport together

Lost Luggage

Wyatt Hodge, MVC Writer August 30, 2022

On June 24th, 2022, eleven Mt. Vernon students, two parents, and two teachers took flight for Europe and landed in Zurich, Switzerland, early the next day. Out of the fifteen members in the group, only...

Kentucky Floods

Delainey Root August 9, 2022

On July 27th, about 4.11 inches of rain fell in Kentucky. Flash flood warnings were issued for at least 6 counties in the state. The rain waters destroyed houses and cars. According to Greg Forbes, a severe...

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Join Newspaper

Isabelle Hernandez, Editor in chief August 8, 2022

A lot of people want to join clubs this school year but are not sure where to start. Newspaper is a great club to join, and it even offers students credits for participating. Newspaper meets every day...

Mental Health Week

Presley Luther, MVC photographer May 19, 2022

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