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Tallahassee’s New Mental Health Response Unit

Nearly one in five adults in the United States face a mental illness in a given year. With these mental illnesses come mental health crises, which are classified by the National Alliance...

Building More Cultural Awareness

Every semester, the Multicultural Awareness Club (MAC) provides a Culture Fair that offers food, drinks, information and music to showcase the different cultures from countries around the globe. MAC was formed in...

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 included a pancake breakfast and a parade in front of...

Welcome to Adulthood

Creating a new tradition, Maclay hosted their first ever all-day adulting boot camp for the senior class. This event consisted of life lessons for the seniors to take with them throughout their...

Closure One Year Later

On May 25, 2020, a video was shared that rocked the world. In the video, police officer Derek Chauvin could be seen kneeling on the neck of a man by the name...

Maclay Athletes on Their Way to College

Maclay is well known for their hard working athletes, and these athletes are often recognized for their perseverance, talent and dedication to their sports by college coaches who recruit these students for...

A Change in Courses

There’s always ways to improve a school and the education it is providing, whether that be adding to what’s already offered or taking out a few unnecessary classes. Maclay upper school has...

The Andalusian Takes on FSPA

On Apr. 23 and Apr. 24, the staff of The Andalusian virtually attended the Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) convention. For all of that Thursday and Friday, The Andalusian staff, myself included,...

An Evening Under the Stars

With the 2020-21 academic year coming to a close, Maclay tried to involve as many of the usual traditions as possible for the soon-to-be graduated seniors. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many...

Talking about Things That Matter

Students filled Maclay’s Langford Hall to attend the first meeting of the Things That Matter club. Lauren Fantle, an English teacher. is the sponsor for Things That Matter, which is a discussion...