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Defining Adventure

Ali Harford, Howler Editor in Chief

September 29, 2014

How do Monarch students define adventure? Finding adventure in ordinary life can be challenging, but every person knows what adventure means to them. It’s different for every person, depending on their values. So, welcome to Monarch. Welcome to adventure.

Restaurant Review: BVSD Food Truck

Students during second lunch wait at  the BVSD Food Truck on September 26, 2014 to get their food.

Miguel Brach, Graphics Manager

September 26, 2014

Location: Mobile Services: Take Out Cost: $2-$5 Hours: 1st and 2nd Lunch Mondays Ratings: Food: 3/5    Experience: 5/5   Service: 4/5    Convenience: 5/5 The BVSD Food Truck does a great job of providing a cheap alternative to school food in a very convenient way. Excluding the...

Healthy Alternatives for Classic Summer Foods

Healthy Alternatives for Classic Summer Foods

Charlotte Crist, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2014

People are always looking for more energy to start the day, that’s why there is a huge market for coffee and energy drinks. Although coffee has many health benefits, it can often leave a person tired in the middle of the day. With these easy substitutions, you’ll have more energy to start and en...

Seniors Reflect on Best Memories

Seniors Reflect on Best Memories

Tyler Lund, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2014

As the class of 2014 prepares for graduation and to enter the next chapter of their lives, the Howler asked them to reflect on what they have learned, what they loved, and what they will remember.

Finals Survival

Student's work and studying are starting to pile up as the school year comes to a close.

Emma Wolters, Social Media Editor

May 5, 2014

The end of the year is quickly approaching and spring fever is setting in. But the end of the school year doesn’t just signify summer, it also means finals. Yes, the dreaded comprehensive tests for each subject that take place the last week of school and can weigh up to 20% in the gradebook. Here are a f...

Kill ’em with Kindness

Kill 'em with Kindness

Sophia Cox-Wright and Charlotte Crist

May 5, 2014

Have you recently felt the need to do something good or beneficial for someone, but felt that you have a lack of resources and time? Here are some fast and fun suggestions on how to make the world a little bit better. Photo Credit: Ian Thompson 1. Pay for the meal/drink of the person behind you in the drive thru Have you ever had someone pay for your food or drink? It gives you faith in human...

Spotlight: Administrative Intern Chris Earls

Chris Earls poses for a portrait in the downstairs B-Hall. Earls is an administrative intern who is shadowing principal Jerry Anderson.

Will Petersen, Co-Sports Editor

May 4, 2014

Batman had Robin, Jordan had Pippen, today Principal Jerry Anderson has Chris Earls. If you’ve seen Dr. Anderson as of late, chances are her sidekick Chris Earls has been close behind. Earls is the new administrative intern at Monarch and has long been acquainted with Dr. Anderson, and now works at...

Coyote Tales Episode 1: Young Music Producers

Coyote Tales Episode 1: Young Music Producers

Tyler Lund, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2014

Staff Reporter Tyler Lund sat down with senior Bryce Slavick and junior Noah Leuthaeuser to discuss their continuing passions in producing electronic music. Sit down. Tune in. Enjoy. ...

The Forum: A New Hope

Senior Gabe Austin and sophomore Alec Enroth delve into their studies in the Forum on April 4th, 2014. The Forum is located at the end of the counseling hallway below the library and is open to all Monarch students.

Will Petersen, Co-Sports Editor

April 4, 2014

Well, it’s not really new, in fact it has existed for numerous years now, but The Forum  may present you hope if you’re looking for help in any subject during school hours and even until 4pm after school. The Forum is located directly below the library and down the hall from the counseling office, in a...

Hosting the Little Free Libraries

Jeannie Dulaney 's Little Free Library located on 109 South Polk Avenue sits on a tree stump in her front yard.

Anna Blanco, Features Editor

April 4, 2014

Books provide an escape from reality for people of all ages, regardless of their interests. Little Free Libraries provide avid readers with an opportunity to be introduced to books they are unfamiliar with. Little Free Libraries are free“take a book, return a book” libraries with books that have no...

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