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Hand in Hand, Together for Mental Health

Despite the beautiful flowers and the nearing of summer vacation that comes with the fifth month of the year, May also has another distinguable feature: Mental Health Awareness Month. The month is...

Eagle Bound

With graduation just around the corner, most seniors have decided what college they are attending. For student athletes, however, college is more than just school; it’s where they will play their sport...

New Nostalgia from Notes

The upper school courtyard was transformed into a literary lover’s dream on May 2. Stacks of literary magazines filled the courtyard that would be gone by the end of lunch, but contrary...

Celebrating College With Cupcakes

Some people like to celebrate their college decision with flags, t-shirts and signs. Maclay seniors, however, like to commemorate the next step in their lives with something a little bit more unique:...

A Night in Disguise

Maclay upperclassmen celebrated this year’s Prom hidden in masks, but not the kind that have covered people’s faces for the past two years. Instead, students danced the night away in masquerade masks.

Veni Vidi Vici

Veni Vidi Vici: I Came, I Saw, I Conquered.  On Apr. 6 to Apr. 9, the Latin students from Maclay went to the State Forum competition in Orlando, Florida....

Adulting 101

Keep calm and adult on.  Soon, seniors will travel near and far to begin a new chapter in their lives. Although many seniors are legally adults, there is still...

Seniors Soak in the Sun

Although the end of the school year is quickly approaching, Maclay seniors are still partaking in numerous fun activities. Following Grad Bash, an event at Universal Studios on Apr. 8, the senior...

Minions, Muggles and More Senior Celebrations

Universal: the only place in the world that is filled with wizards, dinosaurs, minions and the Simpsons.  On Friday, Apr. 8, the Maclay senior class traveled to Universal Orlando...

Conversations on Taboo Subjects

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but it’s never too early to check in on loved ones. In an attempt to reach out to any student who might be struggling, speakers have...