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‘The Little Mermaid’ Sells Out Seats for Final Performances

‘The Little Mermaid’ Sells Out Seats for Final Performances

Although it’s too late to get tickets to The Little Mermaid, you can see some teasers in this slideshow! Photos by Catherine Yeoman and Sydney Hauser

State Science Olympiad

State Science Olympiad

The Science Olympiad Team had a highly successful season this year. The team ranked 2nd place as a whole on Saturday April 7th at Coe College. In a total of 23 events, the team got 1st place in 4 events,”It was a accomplishing  season, and I’m proud of all the progress we have made” said […]

Guys and Prom

Guys and Prom

By Reese Panos Prom season is an exciting time. You not only have prom and post prom to look forward to but the school year is almost over and the weather has gotten nice again. Once your date says, “yes” to your promposal it is time for you to decide what you are wearing to […]

Athletes’ First Steps on Stage

Athletes’ First Steps on Stage

The Little Mermaid Draws Players to New Field By Maddie Naeve Whether they are performing in football, wrestling, track, or baseball, juniors Paul Ryan, Andrew Louwagie, and Mitchell Louwagie could have been classified as “jocks”.  However, when they auditioned for ensemble in the school musical Feb. 6, they broke the theoretical wall between the arts […]

Boys Soccer vs Muscatine

Boys Soccer vs Muscatine

Slideshow by Reese Panos. Boys Soccer against Muscatine played at Linn- Mar Stadium on April 7. The Mustangs fell to Muscatine, with a finishing score of 8-0.

Understanding One Another

Understanding One Another

By Josh Jordan Are we really that different? “Yes we are different because when you compare our background to theirs it is drastically different,” said senior Boe Brendes. Brendes was a part of the Social Justice J-Term class and went with his fellow students to meet students from Collins Academy High School. “We are similar […]

Boys Soccer Faces Marion in Season Opener

Boys Soccer Faces Marion in Season Opener

Photo Slideshow by Lauren Hauser The Mustangs were defeated by the Indians 5-0 in their first game of the season on Thur. April 5.  

Watch Our Musicians Perform at Java Jazz

Watch Our Musicians Perform at Java Jazz

See a slideshow of images created by Maggie Dale from the Java Jazz concert held in the high school gym on March 29. Also listen to the music in the videos captured by Paige Zaruba. Java Jazz is a fundraiser for the music department.

Two Mount Vernon Students Attend “March For Our Lives”

Two Mount Vernon Students Attend “March For Our Lives”

By Ben McGuire In wake of the tragic shooting at Parkland High School in Parkland, Florida, in which 17 people were murdered, the shooting has reignited a nationwide conversation about gun control, violence and the safety of American schools. Millions of people all over the country have joined the conversation, but the most overwhelming voice […]

Burning Food in Chemistry

Burning Food in Chemistry

Slideshow by Abby Davidson Chemistry students measure temperature of water to determine calorie content in foods.