The Monarch

Humans of AMHS: Bella Teresi
Humans of AMHS: Bella Teresi
Brooke Hulbert December 4, 2021
How one person's service proves the joy and fulfillment found in volunteering
The Mitty Freecycle: Benefitting the Mitty Community and the Environment
The Mitty Freecycle: Benefitting the Mitty Community and the Environment
December 3, 2021
This year, Mitty is hosting its first ever Freecycle—a project where people can donate Mitty gear they no longer need, allowing others to obtain them for free!
Courtesy of senior Maya Smestad.
DEI: Black and LatinX Times Feature
December 3, 2021
The Black and LatinX Times is a monthly newsletter to which both the Black Student Union (BSU) and LatinX Student Union (LSU) contribute. With articles ranging from student and staff spotlights to celebrations of Black and LatinX culture, the Times provides a creative outlet for students to share their stories, highlight their accomplishments, and connect with their heritage. 
Behind the Scenes: All-School Assemblies
Behind the Scenes: All-School Assemblies
December 3, 2021
Much planning, hard work, and consideration go into all assemblies as they carry messages that impact and unite the Mitty community.
American Airline Companies Still Refuse to Accommodate Disabled People
American Airline Companies Still Refuse to Accommodate Disabled People
Olivia Wahl December 5, 2021
As we get ready for Christmas break, many of us look forward to traveling. We do not worry about being re-disabled because an airline company didn’t properly handle our mobility device. Now imagine if you were one of the 14,500 people who in 2019 had their mobility device ruined, and you struggled to get the airline company to repair it without losing your freedom for months. If passed, current legislation could change this reality.
How 996 and Hustle Culture are Plaguing the Workforce
How 996 and Hustle Culture are Plaguing the Workforce
December 5, 2021
Spanning from 9 am to 9 pm, six days a week, the simple abbreviation "996" conceals the harsh and demanding labor of the Chinese work schedule. Yet 996 isn't as foreign a concept as it may seem, reflected in the "hustle culture" prominent throughout the Silicon Valley and America.
Voices Unheard: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
Voices Unheard: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
December 5, 2021
The case of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old vlogger from Wyoming, recently sparked concern across the country. The outpouring of attention that met Petito’s case highlighted the disparities in the treatment of missing women of color—particularly Indigenous women—and missing white women.
A Mayoral Move Into the Future
A Mayoral Move Into the Future
December 5, 2021
Historically, white men have dominated politics not only in Boston but across the United States, even though they are not the majority of the population. Michelle Wu's victory in the Boston mayoral election is the first deviation from a two-centuries-old legacy of white, male mayors.
When Homework Fails to Be Helpful
When Homework Fails to Be Helpful
Roanna Pham , Staff Writer • December 6, 2021
Having to sacrifice extracurriculars, time with family and friends, and most importantly, sleep, has become a norm for most high school students. By making homework optional, it would relive stress and anxiety, encourage independence, and give more time to students for activities outside of a classroom and near a textbook.
Drone Strikes: A Better Alternative
Drone Strikes: A Better Alternative
December 6, 2021
Compared to other methods, drone strikes are effective and have more benefits than losses, which is why they are essential to counterterrorism. While the increase of strikes have raised many questions, the mostly positive results have started to answer many of them.
Holiday Consumerism: To Spend or Not to Spend
Holiday Consumerism: To Spend or Not to Spend
December 5, 2021
The holidays are the time for friends, family, and shopping! shopping! shopping!, but as we consume more products, what effect does that have on us and our Earth?
Pre-COVID Expectations in Post-COVID School
Pre-COVID Expectations in Post-COVID School
December 5, 2021
Distance learning seemed to make school easier, but now that students are back to being in person, adjusting is difficult.
Spend An Evening with Silk Sonic
Spend An Evening with Silk Sonic
Kriti Vamshidhar, Staff Writer • December 11, 2021
With their incredible vocal chemistry, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak have created an album that one can only describe as silky smooth. The nostalgia that accompanies their homage to 70's and 80's R&B, along with the spectacular vocals, writing, and production, has solidified An Evening With Silk Sonic as one of the best albums of this year.
Enya Liu
Enya Liu’s Photography Journey
Thi Nguyen, Staff Writer • December 5, 2021

Enya Liu’s photography journey started impulsively, matching the spontaneity of her work. In 5th grade, she took a trip with her family to Hong Kong,...

Cool Blues and Green Hues
Cool Blues and Green Hues
December 5, 2021
Mens Basketball and Mental Toughness
Men's Basketball and Mental Toughness
Izabel Lippman and Jayden Brown December 3, 2021
The men's basketball program has a lot of young talent, and they're all eager to face their biggest rivals.
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Dreams

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