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By Lindsey Ingrey The first “Year of the Woman” in 1992, was a response to the hearings surrounding Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s confirmation. A woman named Anita Hill had come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against the Judge. Despite her testimony, Judge Thomas was confirmed. This lead to an unprecedented amount of women … Continue reading The Pink Wave
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Courtesy of The Imaginative Conservative By Julia Niehoff Unlike the Middle and Elementary schools in Mendham and Chester, and the other high schools in our area, Mendham High School is one of the few who does not have Columbus Day off. For most of our childhoods, Christopher Columbus was celebrated as a patriotic symbol of … Continue reading Why did we Celebrate Columbus Day?
By Daphne Nydam On March 14th, the school participated in its first ever student walkout in support of the Parkland Survivors. All over the country, exactly one month after the Parkland shooting, students walked out in protest of gun violence and in support of school safety. The walkout started at 10 am and students at … Continue reading Students Say “No More!”
By Brennan Horn Participation in high school sports has increased nationally for the 28th year in a row. More than eight million high school students competed in numerous physical competitions in the 2016/2017 academic year. New Jersey ranks ninth in the country among high school sports participation, and Mendham student athletes are supporting the state’s … Continue reading Mendham High School Sports on the Rise