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Statue of our Lady of Medjugorje
Medjugorje: Fact or Fiction?
Josie Marcucci ‘25, Contributing Writer

Kneeling amid a crowded church, I witnessed something that could have been a miracle--or just as easily a scam. On March 7, 2024, a man named Ivan Dragicevic was standing in front of a full church with visitors from all over the state claiming to have witnessed an apparition from Mary just a few minutes prior. His message was compelling, but I couldn’t help but wonder if he was REALLY seeing a heavenly apparition just a hundred feet away from me. After the fact, I decided to research his story and decide for myself whether or not he was telling...

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An image of Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, working together to pass this package.
Across the Aisle: Bipartisan Breakthrough Prevents Government Shutdown
Sanya Nadeem '26, Rising Assistant Politics & Opinions Editor

Did you know that the US government could have shut down while you were sleeping the weekend of March 23? For the past six months, the government has not had enough funding for many of its agencies. Although a bill was previously passed in early March to fund the Veterans Affairs, Interior and Agriculture agencies, many other significant departments required money, such as the Defense, Homeland Security and State departments. If these departments do not have sufficient funding, then they will be unable to run, causing at least a partial government...

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Medfield Childrens Center, where Montroses sixth grade when to visit.
Our Visit To The Medfield Children’s Center
Eloisa Pap '30, Editor of Clubs and Classes

On Thursday, March 28, the 6th grade hopped into the Montrose vans to pay another visit to the Medfield Children’s Center. We had gone once before for Service Day to practice good service and solidarity. This time, we went to the Children’s Center with more experience from playing with the kids on Service Day. As soon as we got inside, we split up into our assigned groups and separate rooms. When the kids were smiling and waving at us with excitement and anticipation, we were all filled with a new confidence to do our best in helping the...

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Medfield Childrens Center, where Montroses sixth grade when to visit.
Our Visit To The Medfield Children’s Center
Eloisa Pap '30, Editor of Clubs and Classes • April 2, 2024
Elizabeth Schickel joyfully painting in art class.
Elizabeth Schickel Mass
Maria McQuade '30, Contributing Writer • March 9, 2024
Congressman Tom Suozzi was elected to hold former Congressman George Santos elected office.
A Historical Congressional Win
Sanya Nadeem '26, Contributing Writer • February 28, 2024
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Statue of our Lady of Medjugorje
Medjugorje: Fact or Fiction?
Josie Marcucci ‘25, Contributing Writer • April 6, 2024
AI algorithms have demonstrated prejudice and discrimination towards others
A 21st Century Wizard of Oz: Google's Gemini AI Programmed for Racial Bias
Sarah Grace Lange ‘25, Opinions and Politics Editor, Rising Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief • March 29, 2024
What will you choose; Starbucks or Dunkin?
Starbucks vs. Dunkin
Eloisa Pap '30, Contributing Writer • February 6, 2024
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Nature fuels music because music is an essential part of nature.
What are We Going to Do With Music?
Elisabeth Halberstadt '27, Rising Faith Editor • March 25, 2024
Mrs. Skerry with her signature smile to brighten up everyone’s day
Mrs. Skerry: Biology Enthusiast
Tvesha Patel ‘27, Photography Editor • March 20, 2024
Elizabeth Schickel joyfully painting in art class.
Elizabeth Schickel Mass
Maria McQuade '30, Contributing Writer • March 9, 2024
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The Aftermath of the Easter Rising in Dublin, Ireland.
“A Terrible Beauty”- W. B. Yeats’s “Easter, 1916”
Elisabeth Smith '28, Rising Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief • March 25, 2024
Nature fuels music because music is an essential part of nature.
What are We Going to Do With Music?
Elisabeth Halberstadt '27, Rising Faith Editor • March 25, 2024
One of many popular memes that reference the ending of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
The Mysterious Fate of a Beloved Character in Harry Potter
Lilly Rose Madani ‘27, Staff Writer • March 20, 2024
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As Lent begins, it is always important to keep its reason in mind.
Why Do We "Give Up" Things for Lent?
Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor • February 18, 2024
Seventh Graders, as the enjoy their first M Block of the year in Room 7.
7th Grade Civic Friendship Talk
Mimi Naylor '29, Contributing Writer • February 15, 2024
Ripplefluffs, described as a part brownie and part cupcake treat, are a dessert from the Keeper world.
Keeper of the Lost Cities Ripplefluffs
Caroline McRoskey '29, Staff Writer • February 11, 2024
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