Paris wasn’t built in a day: student crafts the Tolo centerpiece

While jamming to Top 40 tunes and posing for pictures with your closest friends last Saturday night, you may have noticed a twinkling display in the center of the Commons. In honor of the Winter Tolo theme, “A Night in Paris,” senior Carlino Cuono built an impressive nine-foot model of the Eiffel Tower. Continue reading “Paris wasn’t built in a day: student crafts the Tolo centerpiece”

What are Islanders most thankful for this year?

[columns] [column size=”1/2″] [/column] [column size=”1/2″] Julian Morgan, senior I am most thankful for my education and living in such a progressive region of the United States. [/column] [columns] [column size=”1/2″] [/column] [column size=”1/2″] Kayla Varney, senior I am thankful for a super accepting community, school, and home environment.  [/column] [columns] [column size=”1/2″]   [/column] [column size=”1/2″] Hannah Kelley, sophomore My grandma is getting old and I … Continue reading What are Islanders most thankful for this year?

Halloween Costume Highlights

Julia Graham and Nikita Marcou pose for a shot in the infamous AP Chemistry classroom.  Graham is working a vintage bee suit from her elementary school years, paired with a set of bumble bee wings.  Marcou embraces the chemistry lifestyle, posing as a pipette queen.  We love the cuteness of Graham’s costume and the originality of Marcou’s. Some might question the meaning behind Ella Caledonia’s costume, but look closer … Continue reading Halloween Costume Highlights

Food for your feed

MIHS students with an interest in culinary culture are creating Instagram accounts as a portal to share their scrumptious experiences. The students post pictures of a wide variety of foods, both home-baked and restaurant-bought. Senior Miji Suhr’s inspiring foodstagram, @fatty5ever, features pictures of both sweet and savory dishes like sushi, pizza, pasta, and dessert. 168 foodies follow the account and each picture averages 35 likes. … Continue reading Food for your feed

Class Officer Election Profile

[columns] [column size=”1″] Class of 2017 President Adam Tucker Adam Tucker did not submit a photo nor a statement. [/column] [columns] [column size=”1″] Vice President Chris Shin As Senior Class Vice President, I’m never gonna to give you up, and I’m never gonna let you down. I am dedicated to serving my class and community, and I never settle for mediocre. Having such an influential … Continue reading Class Officer Election Profile

School-wide Talent Show to be Held April 2

Q: How did you and Michael Sanchez decide to put on this show? Every year in leadership, everyone has to partner up and do something to further benefit the school. So, this year my partner was Michael Sanchez and we decided to put on a school-wide talent show. Michael and I are doing the majority of the work with the help of Mr. Hilen and Ms. … Continue reading School-wide Talent Show to be Held April 2

Student Reviews of Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Music Video

Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video has taken the world by storm this past week. Since its release at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, it has set a VEVO world record by gaining 20.1 million views in the first 24 hours and just yesterday, the song topped the Billboard Top 100 Chart. Check out what three of your fellow MIHS students had to say about Swift’s … Continue reading Student Reviews of Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Music Video