Get To Know Your Brahmas: Q&A with Gina Monaco

Gina Monaco is a senior this year and is on varsity basketball, varsity softball, and video announcements.

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Stress of High School From a Freshman and a Senior

As they walk down separate hallways heading to their class of the hour. One walks with ease heading to her classroom, while the other struggles to figure out how to get around the people in front of her to get to class on time.

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Senior Goodbye

I remember coming to this school my freshman year, thinking how big it is and how many people there are. I looked up to the seniors and I admired how they had their life together. I was excited to get out of high school, go to college and finally function on my own as an […]

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Prom ticket sales

As spring rounds the corner, seniors are getting more and more anxious about the end of the year. Some worry about finals and scholarship deadlines, but others are looking forward to the senior events that take place during the last semester. The most popular event among the senior class is prom, and although little information […]

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Singing for it all

  Everyone wants to leave high school with a bang, something so memorable that they can look back for years to come and recall what it felt like. For some, this bang is something as simple as just graduating with their friends, while others strive for more. Senior Chris Hale has been working hard for […]

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Senior Farewell

My first memory of Mac is seeing the stone head of General Douglas MacArthur at the front of the school. It wasn’t smiling or welcoming or friendly, it was just there. I remember the people were giants and I constantly mistook upperclassmen for parents or other adults. They were seniors who had it all together, […]

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The Life of a Senior

Senior year can be a exciting, nerve-racking, and fun. And every senior has to face the terrifying decision of what to do after high school. Some decide to continue their education further by attending college, and others go straight into the workforce. Either way, the transition of moving out, getting a job, making new friends, […]

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Around The Bullhorn Athlete Of The Week- Lee Senter

Senior Lee Senter played for the boys varsity tennis team this past year. He was chosen as the last Around the Bullhorn athlete of week for the 2012-2013 school year. BN: How long have you played tennis? Senter: I have been playing tennis since I was in third grade. BN: What makes you a humble […]

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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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Say Goodbye to the Blue…oh, wait.

Though MacArthur has taught me many things about life, the most important seems to be that high school isn’t like what we see on TV. It isn’t the jocks and cheerleaders vs. the goths and geeks. It isn’t the cool kids skipping class and not caring while the dedicated waste their lives away behind textbooks. […]

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