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Mary Leah Yearty

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Mary Leah Yearty is the Managing Editor for The Andalusian. Outside of the Andalusian, she is a member of the varsity swim team and a few honor societies. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. When she’s not at practice or editing articles, you can find her at the beach or out on the boat.

Even Rain Can’t Stop the NFTU Team

The Notes from the Underground (NFTU) publication released their final spring issue of the 2020-2021 academic year on Thursday, May 13. The...

The Dark Side of the College Board

Anyone who has taken the SAT or an Advanced Placement (AP) class or exam is aware of the power the College Board...

Celebrating the Future

Maclay celebrated the senior class on Friday, April 30 to honor the students’ upcoming graduation and futures at various colleges. The day...

Classic Movies on Netflix

Netflix is known for their hit shows and movies, but they also have a treasure trove of older films that viewers have...

History Cannot Be Forgotten

Everyone's daily lives are based on the foundation of history. Each unique experience and action forges a person’s character and values, and...

Schools Punishing Students for Off Campus Activities

It is widely accepted that the purpose of school is to educate students and prepare them for life as adults. Whether the...

America’s Favorite World-Saving Bromance

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is one of Marvel’s highly anticipated follow up shows to the 2019 film “Avengers: Endgame.” Along...

The Perfect Family Movie Night

“Yes Day” is a delightfully adorable family film that was recently released on Netflix. The movie follows a slightly disconnected family who...

Chalk Walk for Universal Human Rights

During lunch and Flex on Wednesday, Mar. 10, students participated in the Universal Human Rights Initiative (UHRI) Chalk Walk to raise awareness...

Click This!

Everyone knows what clickbait is from the countless Youtube videos that are titled “The Funniest Video Ever” or “You Won’t Believe What...