Movie Review: The Forest

At one moment you would feel sympathy, to dread, and then suspense; yet the suspense would only last a brief moment before it would end.

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New year, new start

The New Year is finally here. Many students want to start new, and be more organized with their school work. Some students do not know how to be organized, so they end up losing things including assignments, pens, and pencils. This steps will show you several ways to keep all of your supplies, and habits […]

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Mac takes second at UIL Practice Meet

Taking second place sweepstakes, UIL Academics competed at Madison High School Sat. Dec. 6th for its first meet of the season. The next meet takes place in January where competitors will work harder to improve at their individual events. Here is a list of the individuals who competed. Jacob Dukes: 1st place Editorial Writing, 4th […]

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Our least favorite time of year

Autumn has arrived and the pollen count has risen. You simply can not stop sneezing and sniffling. The general allergy symptoms are similar to a common cold, sneezing, nasal congestion, and coughing. There are a few different symptoms that could easily tell you the difference between a cold or allergies, itchy, watery eyes, a running […]

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What Are Mac’s Teachers Thankful For?

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, people all over are starting to think of what they are thankful for this holiday season. The teachers at Mac are among this thankful crowd.

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The Final Calendar- Senior Edition

Sunday May 19 Post pictures from prom on Instagram Twitter and Facebook; recieve 80 notifications from family members telling you “How precious!” , and “Are you and your date in a relationship?” Monday May 27 Memorial Day -no school. Thursday May 30 – Tuesday June 4 Your last semester exams in high school. Wednesday June 5 […]

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Step Up Yo Game!

Everyone struggles with self-confidence and unfortunately there is no greater time with this struggle than in high school. All the stress, drama and heartache that can come can’t be summed up with explanation. With the school year coming to a near close, the struggle may be nearing its climax with prom. With the pressures of […]

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A Rally for Retirement

“You can’t replace her, you can’t be better than her. All what you can do is fill the position and hope to do half as much as she accomplished as our principal.” Mr. Terry Peel. On Friday, May 20, Dr. Bobbie Turnbo was honored with a final pep rally in regards to her retirement. Sitting […]

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The Man Who Murdered Millions, Murdered

It’s a humanizing experience, the moment where reality hits and one realizes they are in fact mortal,watching CNN late at night, trying to sleep, and hearing John King announce that Osama bin Laden has been killed. His death, something many had not expected to occur for years to come, has stunned the minds of Americans. […]

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Celebrating 60 Long Years

This year marks sixty years for MacArthur’s campus, and while there have been many changes, one thing, or person, has remained consistent. Linda Emory, Assistant Principal’s Secretary, moved and started school at the original campus in 1956, and graduated in 1964, and has worked on campus since 1988. Many changes have been made since Mac […]

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