• Wednesday Night Lights
  • Milford teachers dive into the new school year
  • Mrs. Suminski becomes new Dean of Students
  • A Seussified Shakespearean Evening
  • Gymnast Ciara Charlick “bounces” back from ACL tear
  • Wednesday Night Lights

    Wednesday Night Lights

    Abby Knapp, Asst. Editor

    October 11, 2018

    Back by popular demand, the 2018 Milford High School powderpuff game was held on Wednesday, Sept. 19th. Powderpuff is an all-girls flag football game played during Homecoming week to raise money for student council. Teachers and varsity football players take the role of coaches while courageous boy cheerleaders...

    (Left to right) Sophomores Sara Hockstad, Jaclyn Carrannanto, and Sammy Knapp getting pumped up before the big game. (Photos by Abby Knapp)

  • Milford teachers dive into the new school year

    Milford teachers dive into the new school year

    Claire Thomas, Asst. Editor

    October 10, 2018

    At the end of a long week, most teachers will go home and enjoy some time with family or friends. Others may attend a Milford athletic event, such as the football game. But some teachers may jump into their weekend in a bit more unusual fashion. According to the United States Parachute Association, about 500,...

    Left to right; teachers Kaye Sommer, Jennifer Hittle, Carrie Pishek, Jeanne Geraci, and Daniel Reschke pose before their skydiving experience. (Photo courtesy of Sommer)

  • Mrs. Suminski becomes new Dean of Students

    Mrs. Suminski becomes new Dean of Students

    Mike Smith, Managing Editor

    October 10, 2018

    With any new job opening at Milford High School, students and staff want to get to know the new member of the Milford family. But with the vacancy of the Dean of Students, a familiar face has stepped into the position. Elizabeth Suminski, who has been teaching for 13 years and has spent the past nine...

    Mrs. Suminski, hardly working or working hardly?

  • A Seussified Shakespearean Evening

    A Seussified Shakespearean Evening

    Cole Harvey, Staff Writer

    May 3, 2018

    Every year the Milford Theatre Company and the students in play production class put on two student led plays to wrap up the week of “Arts at Play in May”; which is when the entire first week of May is filled with choir, band, and theatre showcases. This year’s theme for the night of theatre is Sha...

  • Gymnast Ciara Charlick “bounces” back from ACL tear

    Gymnast Ciara Charlick “bounces” back from ACL tear

    Maddie Kobylski, Staff Writer

    March 14, 2018

    Any athlete’s worst nightmare is getting injured, something that could take them out of their favorite sport. There are many possible injuries athletes might encounter from the daily wear and tear on their bodies such as twisted ankles, shin splints, and muscle strains. While none these injuries are...

    Ciara Charlick poses behind the beam at the 2018 Jeanne Caruss Invitational, one year after her injury. (Photo by Maddie Kobylski)

Student chosen for the Michigan Music Conference
Dr. Coratti leaves HVS after 43 years

Dr. Coratti leaves HVS after 43 years

January 14, 2019

Saying goodbye is a hard thing to do, but Nancy Coratti has said it a couple of times. This time it's the final one as Dr. Coratti is set to retire for the second time at...

Students discuss their most unusual gifts.

January 14, 2019

Have you ever received a gift that’s so unique and outstanding that when you tell others about it their faces twist into amusement? Sure, you can take a deck of cards...

MHS students helping out this holiday season

MHS students helping out this holiday season

December 20, 2018

The holiday season is a very exciting time. It can evoke feelings and memories of warm, delicious meals, presents under the tree, and spending time with friends and family....

Cross Country runner earns D-1 scholarship

Cross Country runner earns D-1 scholarship

December 18, 2018

Four years flies by very quickly. With athletics, it seems nearly impossible to make an impact on a program in just four years. You are just there and gone, just another statistic...

The definition of bullying has changed

The definition of bullying has changed

November 27, 2018

You’re at school, you’ve met the person you will hang out with forever, and you’ve become the best of friends. You go to the movies, the mall, each other’s houses,...

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Homecoming 2017
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Student chosen for the Michigan Music Conference
‘Some Rap Songs’ is Earl Sweatshirt in a raw form
Finding the musical highlights of a crowded year
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Tragedies strike in the United States: but is this the new normal?
Boarder cross team looks to become ‘King of the Hill’

Boarder cross team looks to become ‘King of the Hill’

December 20, 2018

As snow starts to fall and the temperature begins to drop, many students prepare to take a break from sports and stay inside...

The false stereotype of skateboarding

The false stereotype of skateboarding

November 27, 2018

Every group has stereotypes. Some are good, but some can be bad. If you play chess, you’re smart. If you own a big house,...

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The Voice of Milford High School