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 Isabelle Tarran Chelsea Carlson, who performs under the stage name, Carlsea, is a pop singer-songwriter from Morris County New Jersey. In January of 2018, she embarked on her Coffee House Tour, and her latest stop was on April 14th at The Coffee Potter. The Coffee Potter opened in September of 2017, and is … Continue reading Carlsea Performs at Coffee Potter in Long Valley
By Brian G. Crooker “We have a film class???” Yes. There is a West Morris Mendham High School Film class. And with already limited hours during which they can work on films in class, every once and awhile, students in Mr. Ward’s Film Class will get together on a Friday after school in the Library … Continue reading We Have a Film Class?
By Simone Bogedal Amanda Cantale’s life as an avid dancer and performer is explored through the 3 minute interview conducted by Simone Bogedal. Cantale’s beginnings as a dancer are explored, bringing up the eleven year dancing career she has had. During the interview, it becomes apparent that the community Cantale has built throughout so many … Continue reading Student Profile: Amanda Cantale
By Julia Niehoff In this podcast, Associate Editor Julia Niehoff and her sister, Erica, talk about high school and what she, an 8th grader, is worried about. They also do a 20 questions tag, in which they talk about coffee, what bothers them, and their favorite colors. Overall, this podcast is a bit messy but … Continue reading Student Profile: An 8th Grader’s Perspective on MHS