Top 7 things you should stop doing in the hall

We’re all aware of those slightly annoying habits people do in the hallway; you know them all. Dealing with big bags and oblivious people in the hallways is really frustrating. So instead of ranting to that girl you just met 3 minutes ago, here’s a list of everything you feel the upmost empathy for while making […]

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ACL line up 2015

May brings more than just the end of the school year and the beginning of summer for students. It also brings along the release of the infamous Austin City Limits Music festival concert list for October. This annual concert is an event that many across the state look forward to, and the release of the […]

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Colorguard gets first

The sound of flags twisting in the air could be heard Sat. Jan. 31, and the color guard competed against other schools from the area in one of their first competitions of the season. The guard placed first with a score of 62.230, over 7 points higher than the second place team. “The girls did […]

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MacArthur’s Birthday

  Student Council celebrated both General MacArthur’s and students’ birthdays on Friday, January 23 by handing out cake to students in the courtyard during lunch, and putting up small paper cut out with students’ names and birthdays in the cafeteria. “It’s a tradition that been at MacArthur for years so it feels great to continue […]

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High school doesn’t last forever

Everybody has things they want to do before they get too old. Some have a small list of things, others a whole bucket list, but what about a high school bucket list? Yeah we can be busy with studies, “drama”, the future, home things, but who said we couldn’t have a little, or a lot, […]

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Into the Woods Review

Into the Woods is a modern twist that follows the classic tales of Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Hattlestone), and Rapunzel (Mackenzie Hauzl) all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife, their wish is to begin a family but have been […]

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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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What to write

Students read many different books for school. When reading students can be informed, entertained, and travel to another world. In reading, some are inspired into writing their own book. Some students would write about sending others into another world, to be away from reality just for a few chapters.  “My book would be about a world […]

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There’s a team behind the rank

The school tennis team won fourth in the district this season. While anyone can know the score, it’s a different matter when it comes to actually knowing the team and its members. “[Playing is] gratifying,” junior Ryan Herlich said. “It’s fun to play with my teammates and it’s fun to encourage them and be encouraged […]

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