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Fifty-two students were recognized at a special lunch on Wednesday, as they were celebrated in his year’s second installment of the Mav Pride Awards. These students enjoyed Whataburger offerings as Mr. Zimmerman handed them special…


Madison’s Best Recognized

Reported by Larissa Bates Since it was founded in 1921, The National Honor Society has been universally recognized for its exceptional high school student members. These students excel in leadership, service, character, and scholarship. NHS…


Homecoming Happiness

By Trinity Brian   Homecoming Week 2019 was one to remember but the highlight was during halftime when the names of Jordan Allen and Michael Gerkin were announced as Queen and King. The event followed…


Proud Mavericks

By Torrie Demby It always nice to be appreciated and that is what the Mav Pride awards are all about – recognizing students and others who don’t do things for praise, but should receive some…



Girl Power

By Chloe Hartzell There’s a new club redefining what it means to be a girl on this campus. “Girl Up” is a global initiative founded in 2010 by the United Nations with the mission to…


Madison Strikes Down Taft

By Jissele Wright The varsity volleyball team defeated Taft with a final score of 15 to 11. Supportive parents and friends littered the stands of the Littleton gym cheering on the Lady Mavs. “The best…


Senior Editors Send Staff Final Farewell

By Alexandra Gutierrez and Richard Hernandez Walking into your senior year, everyone thinks it’s going to be a piece of cake but they never think of all the college applications, searching for scholarships, passing that…


The Great Gatsby Does it Big

By Richard Hernandez Many might leave the theatre wondering if F. Scott Fitzgerald would approve of Bah Luhrmann’s adaptation of his famous work “The Great Gatsby” but others might walk away wondering if they approved…


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