New Teachers Include Professional Actor

By Kaylee Hilyer Now that summer has come and gone, Mustangs old and new are back in the classroom anticipating an exciting new school year. This year brings many changes, including a few new faculty members. This year, McA welcomes 10 new teachers, as well as three new staff members. For some, this is their first-year teaching, as is the case for Mr. Brook Hamilton, … Continue reading New Teachers Include Professional Actor

Understanding, Tolerance Keys for MSA

By Angel Soto & Sariana Akim Members of the Muslim Student Association (MSA) recently participated in a Nova Southeastern University Study called “Youth Leadeship for Interfaith Dialogs,” which aims to reduce the effects of interracial and intercultural tension in schools. Students engaged in 90 minute dialogs, focus groups and took a survey about their personal experiences in Broward County Public Schools. “We got to share … Continue reading Understanding, Tolerance Keys for MSA

Chorus Gives Voice to Suicide Prevention

By Joshua Toussaint Focusing on suicide, Chorus’ first performance of the year was more than a concert. It was a shared experience between concert goers and the performers. The idea was to move beyond what people expected. “We chose suicide awareness because we wanted to think outside the box, move out of our comfort zone,” said senior Briana Sanchez, second assistant director. They opened with the … Continue reading Chorus Gives Voice to Suicide Prevention