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A Slice of Girls Tennis

Emily Rada, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 9

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Breaking News, Monument News, Sports & Wellness, Spring Sports

¨If anyone is looking to join the girls tennis team, sign ups are in the main office.¨ Mr. Kinne’s voice boomed over the loudspeaker. As winter sports come to a close, talk of spring sports is in the air. Girls tennis has...

iPhone’s Short Existence

Bella Carchedi, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 9

Filed under Editorials, Local News, Opinion, Top Stories

The first iPhone 2G was released on January 9th, 2007. Since then iPhone’s have played a vital role in our everyday lives according to, CNN news. The iPhone is the number one smartphone in the United States and in 2014 had a...

Rubik’s Cube Competition

Yasamin Moeini, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 2

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Breaking News, Local News, Monument News

On January 28th, Monument hosted an official Rubik's Cube competition in the school’s cafeteria. The competition was held as a fundraiser for the senior class, who are still struggling to raise funds for their prom and clas...

Boy Scouts Announce Controversial New Policy

Molly Stephen, Maroon Tribune Editor

March 1

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Breaking News, Features, Top Stories

On January 30th, the Boy Scouts Association (BSA) made the announcement that they would begin accepting Boy Scouts who identified as transgender. Michael Surbaugh, the chief executive of the group, said, “After weeks of signifi...

Driving Penalties Too Harsh For Those Under 18

Bella Carchedi, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 1

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Editorials, Features, Local News, Monument News, Opinion

The under 18 driving laws range depending on the state. In Massachusetts, prior to completing in school driver’s ed for six weeks, one is required to also observe three hours and drive six hours with an instructor before one i...

Donald Trump’s Crippling Presidency: One Month Later

Molly Stephen, Maroon Tribune Editor

February 28

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Breaking News, Editorials, Opinion

Just 24 days after he was confirmed as the 25th National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn resigned from his position. Flynn left his position in the cabinet of 45th president Donald Trump because of recent allegations that had ...

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