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Chris Lewis

This fall marked the start of another season of Cougar athletics. For the boys’ soccer team, it is the beginning of what could be a very successful season for the boys in blue

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Maggie Astley

Peer leaders have been confronted with the already daunting task of spending their final year at the Upper School as freshman mentors, and yet, virtually all of them still have to do it alone. While there’s no doubt that our seniors can handle the challenge, there are many benefits to having two peer leaders as opposed to one.

Elizabeth Squires

In June of this past summer I attended MKA’s Development by Design Global Experience trip to Croatia. As the first of its kind instituted here at MKA, the trip was ultimately an experiment to see how well 15 high school students could balance work and play.

Rebecca Picciotto

“That’s not firecrackers?” asked a woman huddled behind a wall at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival. “No,” was the heartbreaking response, followed by an outburst of AR-15 gunfire.

Lola Coleman

The first Tuesday Talk of the school year started out with an incredible visual presentation by math teacher Derek Morf. The presentation was centered around a seventy-day road trip through America and Canada, where Mr. Morf and his friend from Switzerland visited eighteen national parks scattered throughout North America. In total, he traveled fourteen thousand miles over a total of two-hundred ninety hours, which was equivalent to about twelve days.

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