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Oh, the Places You’ll Go (Or Come From!)

It’s your first day at a new school. The questions of where you will sit at lunch, who you will talk to or if people are judging you are constantly roaming through...

Kicking for a Comeback

“For two years I was number one in the nation, and now I am number eight,” junior Michael Smith said.  Smith recently joined the junior class at Maclay school...

Picture Perfect HOCO Proposals

As the month of October rolls around, students on campus are beginning to think about their future plans for homecoming. This time of year calls for new dresses, slick suits, fancy hairstyles...

Showcasing Upper School Voices

Marauders have a variety of opportunities to share their voice, whether it’s through student council or joining high school journalism. One opportunity unique to the Maclay community, however, is the Notes from...

Music of the Art World

From drawing animals to painting oil portraits in the art room, it's no surprise that Maclay junior Logan Albritton’s life is driven around her passion for art. Albritton played sports and had...

Anyone Can Make a Difference

While most high school students are involved in clubs, very few step up to lead them. Maclay senior Danielle Collins was one of those rare few who found herself intrigued with the...

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

Carrying soil bags and shoveling non-stop under the ruthless sun, Abby Hugill was spotted frequently working on her butterfly garden this past summer. Located next to the Maclay preschool, the butterfly garden...

From the Court to the Keys

Some may know him as one of Maclay’s top point guards on the varsity basketball team or as a friendly face in the courtyard, but Colin McAllister still manages to have a...

Heating Things Up in the Kitchen

For many high school students, finding a job has been the perfect way to stay in air-conditioning as well as get paid during this scorching summer. With the sky-rocketing increase in job...

Piepmeier’s Love for Baking

It’s hard for students to imagine life outside of the classroom for their teachers, but when it comes to upper school history teacher Christine Piepmeier, everyone knows about her famous hobby of...