March 17, 2023 Print Edition

In This Issue: 

News & Features: 

  • Two Mount Greylock Students Selected for All-State Festival Ensembles
  • 1 in 650: Interview with Annie Art
  • See Fund Awards $15,000 to Thirteen Grants
  • Students Create Memoir Covers in Graphic Design Course
  • Professor Matt Tokeshi Gives Greylock Talk About Midterms
  • Peer Team, in Collaboration With Administration, Kickstarts Anti-Bullying Campaign
  • Williamstown Votes in Favor of New Fire Station
  • President Biden Gives His Second State of the Union Address
  • 58th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” Observed in Selma
  • AP African American Studies Curriculum Debated Across America
  • Mount Greylock Regional School District Briefly Installs Mask Recommendation in January
  • English Language Learner Class Focusses on Cooking Unit
  • Teachers who Attended Greylock as Students Reflect
  • Tips on Combating Seasonal Blues in the Winter
  • Parental Leave at Mount Greylock and in the US
  • Mount Greylock Theater Department Presents Oliver! Performances in Early March


  • Winter Sports Review: Boys Basketball, Nordic Ski Excel in Post-Seasons
  • “AP” Gym Members Reflect on Trial Semester
  • Boys Cross Country Skiing Repeats as State Champs, Girls Place 3rd
  • Senior Ezra Holzapfel Reflects on His Time in the Skiing Program


  • NFL Referees Hold Too Much Influence on Game Results
  • The MG Library: A Safe Space for Students
  • Course Selection Process Takes on New Requirements
  • Harmful “Humor” on TikTok and Social Media
  • Oliver! Crew Focusses on Sustainability
  • Sylvie’s Book Corner
  • Pandemic Messages in Glass Onion