Donuts Bring Christians, Including Non-Athletes, Together in FCA

Donuts Bring Christians, Including Non-Athletes, Together in FCA

October 3, 2017


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Imagine walking down the hall and smelling the fresh, warm donuts and just knowing it was worth waking up early for this.  Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group of young believers at Madison Consolidated High School who meet every Thursday morning in Mr. Whitaker’s room to spread the word of God ...

Opinion: The NFL Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

Opinion: The NFL Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


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President Trump can not stay out of the headlines when it comes to his impulsive behavior and saying whatever comes to mind. His latest outburst was declaring all National Football League protesters disrespectful and that they should be fired for participating in their first amendment rights. Not onl...

The Madisonian’s Major League Playoff Predictions

The Madisonian’s Major League Playoff Predictions

Collin Birge, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


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As the season winds down in Major League Baseball the two best teams look to be the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Cleveland Indians. The final 10 teams that qualified for the playoffs are the Dodgers, Indians, Houston Astros, Washington Nationals, Boston Red Sox, Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Yankees,...

Bff Profile: Abby Love and Davion Casper

Bff Profile: Abby Love and Davion Casper

Grace Massie, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


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Any student at Madison that knows Abby Love or Davion Casper, has witnessed their fun-filled friendship. Whenever they’re together, they always seem to be laughing. Abby said, “[We met] freshman year. I had gone to a Marina (and the Diamonds) concert the day before, and he came up to me and sa...

University of Louisville Basketball is Embroiled in another Scandal

University of Louisville Basketball is Embroiled in another Scandal

Nathan Moore, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


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On September 26, 2017 the University of Louisville men’s basketball team was reportedly being investigated by the FBI in a case regarding recruiting. The U of L program has been under the microscope with several allegations of recruiting infractions in recent years. The investigation quickly escal...

Beasley Earns Sectional Medalist for Third Consecutive Year, Lady Cubs Finish Second

Beasley Earns Sectional Medalist for Third Consecutive Year, Lady Cubs Finish Second

Scott O'Neill, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017


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Last Saturday September 16th, the Madison Girl’s Golf Team advanced from their sectional tournament finishing in second place. Madison Coach Jake Shockley stated, “The girls played hard; the team was probably the second seed going into the match and worked hard to try and get first place.” Th...

Renewed Annual Powder Puff Football Game Ends in Victory For Underclassmen

Renewed Annual Powder Puff Football Game Ends in Victory For Underclassmen

Montana Kennett, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017


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Thursday, September 7, 2017- Montana Kennett The MCHS Lady Cubs’ Powder Puff Football game ended in a 22-16 ballgame, Thursday, September 7, 2017 at Cubs Stadium in Madison, Indiana re-igniting the popular spirit week contest after failing to host a contest last year. The two teams consisted ...

Mr. Know-it-All Emoji Movie IMDB Review

Mr. Know-it-All Emoji Movie IMDB Review

Elijah Gould, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017


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Mr. Know-it-All switches his game up in this video where he doesn't actually review the film but the reaction and comments of the film from it's IMDB page. The results are hilarious. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97sAM_PIVWc&t=25s

How Hurricanes Affect Us

How Hurricanes Affect Us

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017


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What does it mean for the people that were not physically damaged by the hurricane?  In the year of 2017 and the months of August and September, hurricanes have dominated the news.  The hurricane effects started with Hurricane Harvey and then less than a week later Hurricane Irma hit. Currently, Hurricane ...

BFF Profile: Social Studies Teachers Unite!

BFF Profile: Social Studies Teachers Unite!

Grace Massie, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017


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Anyone who has had Mr. Rusk or Mr. Barger for a social studies class has witnessed their witty banter (or their not-so-witty banter.) Their friendship has added a spark to the school for over six years. They first met at a golf scramble in Brownstown “many years ago” where Rusk’s son in law ...

Florida Residents Comment on Riding out Hurricane Irma

Florida Residents Comment on Riding out Hurricane Irma

Scott O'Neill, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017


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Not even a week ago a category 3 hurricane struck the US causing devastating effects like flooding, property damage, and a confirmed 60 deaths. Still reeling from the storm, the U.S. now has suffered the effects of a category 5 storm named Hurricane Irma, although the storm slightly weakened once it...

MCHS Student Body to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

MCHS Student Body to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Kaiya Norris, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017


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On September 2, 2017, Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas and Louisiana area, ending a twelve-year drought in which no massive hurricanes landed in the country. With winds of 130 mph and around 40 inches of rain over the course of four days, Harvey is said to be the “wettest tropical cyclone the U.S. has e...

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