As another school year comes to a close, the staff at MFS WordsWorth sadly takes a brief hiatus for the summer. But do not fret, we will be back for in September when school re-opens with excellent articles to keep you informed.
In the meantime, let’s wrap up the year and remember some of the great moments, photos, videos, and articles.
- We documented the distance of the notorious McShap Path, researching the time it takes to get to the main building from Hartman Hall
- We conducted brief interviews with seniors on their first day and asked them about the future
- We interviewed new faculty member Megumi Kanada, asking her about what she thought so far about MFS and her past
- We captured all of Spirit Week, from Jello Eating to Airband and everything in between
- We also covered the then controversial Twitter war happening during Spirit Week
- We looked into the issue of clubs with low attendance rates
- We explored what the student body thought about Snowball and going with or without a date
- We covered the dodgeball tournament gas leak incident
- We discussed whether or not to include Tell Me More in the language curriculum
- We reviewed newly starting television shows
- We recapped the immense amount of snow in the winter
- We explored whether or not key cards are effective
- We followed the MFS Deborah Heart challenge team
- We witnessed the birth of “Ed Said,” in which Director of Technology Ed Gelernt shares his opinion on current events.
- We gave you some tips on Prom Etiquette
- We covered all of May Day 2014 and even opened a booth
Needless to say, a lot happened this year, and this is only the tip of the iceberg. There are more great articles on the website that you might not have read yet. Feel free to browse around our site and search the digital archives until you find something that tickles your fancy.
On behalf of the MFS Wordsworth staff, it’s been a pleasure writing for you.