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Musical Update

Almost three weeks ago the cast and crew of our spring musical Chicago finished our last rehearsal before spring break. We received our marching orders from director Josh vonKampen to have all of our lines memorized before we came back from break and walked out of Franey Hall listening to

Coronavirus Impacts Sports Everywhere

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, sports across the United States and around the world have been either postponed or canceled completely. Some of these sports include the NBA basketball season, the College World Series, and even area high schools' entire spring season. That means that soccer, tennis, track, and baseball

Education Through Technology

Recently Mercy High School has switched to online classes due to the spreading of COVID-19. Students have been completing assignments online and also have been attending live classes on Google Meets. Many already know how students are handling the situation, but how are the teachers affected by all of this?

High School Sports Affected by Coronavirus

As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) quickly spreads across the globe, countries are taking action. These countries are warning people of the dangers of the virus and are asking people to self-quarantine to limit the spread of the virus. Also, to help limit the spread of COVID-19, businesses are starting to shut down

Fine Arts Shutdown

The Coronavirus has swept through the nation and caused the closings of schools and other businesses. This has affected the fine arts as well. Since there is now a rule in place of no more than ten people in one space, excluding grocery stores, the venues of the fine arts

A Legacy of Monarchs

At Mercy High School there are many students who come from generations of Mercy girls before them, making Mercy a tradition in their family household. One of the students, Rita Leuck, who is a junior, comes from three different generations of Mercy students. The first to attend Mercy High School was