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Birthday Parties Seem Pretty Satanic to Me

Birthday Parties Seem Pretty Satanic to Me

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Hey Marauders! Welcome back to another “Taylor Talk” where I pick a topic to talk about or you picked by sending it to me via the MV Current’s instagram page @mvcurrentnewspaper.  This month’s topic is how birthday parties are weird. There has been some speculations on Tumblr that birthdays r...

How Seniors Feel About School Ending

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

February 16, 2020

The last half of the year can be a grueling time for some in the senior class. From college applications to graduation, there is a lot on their plates. During the last half year, the seniors look forward to their upcoming future. “I am going to miss a lot of my old friends, but I feel ready to graduate...

Winter Break 2019

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

Winter Break 2019 came and went in a blur of Christmas lights, festive decorations, and ringing in the new year. To start off the vacation time, “Cats” was released in theaters. Since its release, it has had a lot of mixed reviews. “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” premeried the same day and didn...

Dogs in Halloween Costumes

Dogs in Halloween Costumes

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

Hey Marauders, welcome back to another “Taylor Talk.” This month’s topic is dogs in Halloween costumes. These costumes range from being adorable to looking absolutely ridiculous on the dogs. From mail carriers to baskets, the costume companies truly make them all.  “I got my dog, Lola, a Halloween costume t...

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

Alzheimers is a very common disease that affects millions of U.S. citizens every year. Symptoms of Alzheimers can vary from simple confusion and memory loss, to having trouble holding a conversation due to not knowing how to continue or repeating themselves. As a result of not being able to hold a con...

New Arby’s Menu Items

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

Hello and welcome Marauders to a new column called, “Taylor Talks.” In this column I will be giving you my opinions on any subject I find interesting or topics you suggest.  Arby’s recently released some new limited time items on their menu. In September, I tried their new Cinnamuffins and ...

Homecoming Spirit Week

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Homecoming Spirit Week was an interesting one to say the least.  On Monday, September 16th, the students of MV wore jerseys from all different sports from teams all over the country.  Tuesday was Decades Day and students dressed up as people from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. Mr. Taylor wore his m...

Leadership Workshop

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

I had the amazing opportunity to go to Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser’s Student Leadership Workshop at Decatur High School on Thursday, August 29th. The cost was $35, and it was worth every single penny. For those of you who do not know who Dr. Tim is, allow me to explain. He is a well-known name in the mus...

Student ID Cards

Student ID Cards

Taylor Jones, Staff Writer

September 9, 2019

The new ID cards are no secret. All Mt. Vernon students are to wear them in a visible place all throughout the school day, and could potentially get a detention if they do not. “The ID cards are kind of an inconvenience, but I understand that there are some safety reasons involved,” said Abby...

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