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The MV Current

The MV Current

Black Plague Returning

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

The Pestilence, also known as the Black Death or Black Plague, has shockingly returned. The Black Plague was one of the scariest and most devastating epidemics in human history which resulted in the deaths of around 75 to 200 million people in Eurasia around the 1300’s.  Though it is hard to believe, three people i...

GM Strike

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

November 24, 2019

The General Motors Strike started September 14th, the day after the contract expired. It had been going on for over 6 weeks. It could have dragged on even longer if the strikers had rejected the agreement reached between the company and negotiators for the United Auto Workers union.  The 2019 Ge...

Caraval

Caraval

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

The book “Caraval” is a novel written by Stephanie Garber. There are three books in the series, with a mix of romance, adventure, and mystery. The book is directed towards young adults, but many adults will also find it enjoyable. Each page will leave readers wanting more and will keep them at the ...

The “Flash”

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

October 25, 2019

The TV show, “The Flash” has to be one of my favorite TV shows of all time. It is filled with both action and drama. It first aired in 2014 and is currently on air.  The plot revolves around a young CSI named Barry Allen. He first got his powers like super speed, the ability to create vortex...

No Backpack Rule

No Backpack Rule

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

Welcome to "Word on the Street,” a new monthly segment where I will get the run-down on the low-down of what's happening at MV.  This month’s topic will cover the new backpack rule that was introduced at the beginning of this school year.  During summer break, the school sent out a revised list of rules...

State Fair

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

August 28, 2019

Come one, come all as the old saying goes. This year the Indiana State Fair returned for 17 days of fun from Aug. 2-18. I had the chance to go, and had a blast. From the hair-raising rides, to the delicious food, it was a great experience for my first time going.  I went with a friend and when we first arriv...

Toxic squishies

Toxic squishies

Zyaria Hatcher, MVC staff writer

May 14, 2019

Squishies are everywhere and you have probably seen them. Squishies are the soft squishable new toys out in the market and are  the toy craze for preschoolers and elementary students. They have the texture and the softness that is perfect for a stress reliever, but besides that, they are just very fu...

Taraji P. Henson creates mental health foundation

Zy Hatcher, MVC staff writer

April 30, 2019

Taraji P. Henson has hopes to remove the stigma surrounding mental health issues in the African-American community. She has recently created a mental health institution in memory of her late father, who suffered from mental health issues. On September 22, the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, named a...

New trend alert: Momo

Zyaria Hatcher, MVC Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Now that eating Tide Pods and trying to get Kylie Jenner lips are not trends anymore, another internet hoax appears and its name is Momo. The lasted hoax has parents freaking out because it is targeting children. Momo is said to target young children by encouraging them to text a number on the app, WhatsA...

What a rough movie: “A Dog’s Way Home”

Zyaria Hatcher, MVC Staff Reporter

February 19, 2019

While binge-watching “Family Feud,” a movie trailer of “A Dog's Way Home” popped up and I immediately knew that I wanted to see that movie. I do not know if it was entirely because of the cuteness of the dog, but I went right out to see it.   “A Dog's Way Home” is based on a W. Bruce Cameron ...

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