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Cougar News Mount Mansfield Union High School Jericho, VT
Issue Date: Friday, March 11, 2011 Issue: March 2011 Vol I Last Update: Tuesday, March 15, 2011
  • My Special Friend: The Secret Life Of Shanoah

    Tuesday, March 15, 2011 By: Sierra Wheelock

    “Bone cancer mainly affects children in the age group of 10-20 years. With the use of more potent anti cancer drugs, better imaging modalities like MRI and improved surgical techniques the survival of

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  • MMU’s Grease!

    Tuesday, March 15, 2011 By: Cami Kenney

    The lights dim. Voices become hushed whispers and fade out into silence. The curtains swish apart and MMU’s talented cast and crew of this year’s Grease blow your mind!

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  • Is Reading Dying?

    Friday, March 11, 2011 By: Elizabeth Morris

    A pained expression and sigh escapes the teenager as he is forced to pick up the dreaded Moby Dick. The only thought running through his mind is, “Why do I have to read this?” That’s exactly what most

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  • Winter Carnival - A Great MMU School Event

    Monday, March 14, 2011 By: Karin Hinkel

    Grand Prix, ski trick, hay bale toss, limbo, hockey, food-eating and more...

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  • Mom Likes Me Better!

    Monday, March 14, 2011 By: Amanda Farrell

    *SLAP* ‘OUCH! MOM!’

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  • Teen Education Programs Cut at Federal Level

    Monday, March 14, 2011 By: Emily Mulvihill

    The roar and energy of 700 excited high school students is a sensation that someone cannot shake from memory easily. What will the future of teen education programs like this be?

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  • Teen Cell Phone Use: Not Just a Change at MMU

    Friday, March 11, 2011 By: Emily Jacobs

    Everywhere we turn, a teenager is typing rapidly on the keyboard of their cell phone. With the recent addition of a cell phone tower right near MMU, kids are seen around the halls and in the classroo

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  • Is There Ever A Break From Homework?

    Friday, March 11, 2011 By: Emily Dreibelbis

    Should there really be homework over breaks? Is it good for students to have so much homework? Will students ever catch a break from homework?!

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“Bone cancer mainly affects children in the age group of 10-20 years. With the use of more potent anti cancer drugs, better imaging modalities like MRI and improved surgical techniques the survival of
full story 
The lights dim. Voices become hushed whispers and fade out into silence. The curtains swish apart and MMU’s talented cast and crew of this year’s Grease blow your mind!
full story 
Grand Prix, ski trick, hay bale toss, limbo, hockey, food-eating and more...
full story 
A pained expression and sigh escapes the teenager as he is forced to pick up the dreaded Moby Dick. The only thought running through his mind is, “Why do I have to read this?” That’s exactly what most
full story 
The roar and energy of 700 excited high school students is a sensation that someone cannot shake from memory easily. What will the future of teen education programs like this be?
full story 
Everywhere we turn, a teenager is typing rapidly on the keyboard of their cell phone. With the recent addition of a cell phone tower right near MMU, kids are seen around the halls and in the classroo
full story 
Should there really be homework over breaks? Is it good for students to have so much homework? Will students ever catch a break from homework?!
full story 
My very different life with autism.
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*SLAP* ‘OUCH! MOM!’
full story 

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