The Ten Hallway Commandments

By Roni Talby

For millennia, males, females, and non-binary people have suffered from the chaos and destruction of an uncontrolled hallway. But no more. Last night I was greeted with a vision. A vision of a harmonious hallway, free from the sin that plagues our great halls. Fortunately, I was also shown by great prophets in my vision how to achieve a state of hallway bliss. I, Roni Talby, am here to spread the vision of peace and civility in our great hallways, cited in ten conveniently travel-sized commandments.

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Men In Humanities Club Off to a Rocky Start

By Spencer Klein

Combating a plethora of female empowerment organizations — including Gender Equality Club, Women in STEM Club and Drama 2 — one brave student has been fighting back. Starting next Tuesday, Men in Humanities Club will meet in the LPR to discuss the latest in literature, history publications and progressive art.

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Top Five Reasons to Subscribe to The MIHS Islander

By Ben Capuano

To those new to our school district this year — we get it, you might not know what to expect from the school newspaper. That’s fair. How could you have been expected to keep up with the best student newspaper in the country when you didn’t even know it existed? But now you’re officially part of our school. You have no excuse. You should be studying every issue we ever publish.

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