• Spring Track Sectionals

    Spring Track Sectionals

    Cara Smith, Writer

    This past weekend the New Jersey Group Two Sectional Spring Track Meet took place at Bernards High School. The purpose of this meet was to determine which runners would qualify for the Groups State Championship Track Meet next Friday and Saturday. To qualify for Groups a track runner has to score in... READ MORE »»

    Connor Riley and Noah Buzinkai round the corner of their 2 mile.

    Noriyuki Tadano

  • Boy’s Lacrosse to Play in State Semifinals Thursday

    Boy’s Lacrosse to Play in State Semifinals Thursday

    Will Wraith, Sports Editor

    The Madison Boy's lacrosse team will play Rumson-Fair Haven on Thursday for the Group 1 South Semifinals at Madison High School. The time, which has yet to be posted officially, will be updated on this article. Due to travel time, the Dodger Online team estimates a 4pm start time. The Dodgers won... READ MORE »»

    The boys after a win.

    Mr. Dowling

  • Powder Puff Comes to MHS

    Powder Puff Comes to MHS

    Libby Johnson, Writer

    Powder Puff is a valued tradition at many high schools. For those who do not know, Powder Puff is an event where the upperclassmen girls face off in a flag football game while the boys cheer on the sideline. Like many valued traditions at other high schools, Madison High has not participated in Powder... READ MORE »»

    Powerder Puff t-shirts.

    Libby Johnson

  • Journalism Gives Back

    Journalism Gives Back

    Kaitlyn Strada, Writer

    As the year comes to an end, the Journalism staff is preparing for their Day of Service trip to the Community Soup Kitchen in Morristown NJ. On May 29th, the staff will volunteer in various ways such as setting up, stocking inventory, and even preparing the food to be served. An average day... READ MORE »»

    MDO Bake Sale Thursday, May 21st after school!

    Kaitlyn Strada

  • Student Spotlight: Kat DiIonno

    Student Spotlight: Kat DiIonno

    Shira Buchsbaum, Editor-in-Chief

    MHS Senior Kat DiIonno is truly a multi-faceted student. As Senior Class President, she dedicates a lot of her time to making school as enjoyable for her peers as possible. DiIonno balances this and her schoolwork with her passion for art and music: she is both an accomplished drawer and guitarist. MDO... READ MORE »»

    Kat DiIonno will be a Fine Arts major at Loyola New Orleans. Her work has been featured at MHS art shows and the award-winning MHS 2014 Alembic.

    Kat DiIonno

Student Life

Student Spotlight: Simran Karnik

Student Spotlight: Simran Karnik

Tyler Simeone, Writer

Simran Karnik is a junior at MHS, currently on an exchange from India. Her experience here has given her a sense of what American culture is like while sharing aspects of...  Read More »

May 20, 2015 • 0 comments

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The Largest Hotel in the World

The Largest Hotel in the World

Bruce Czachor, Writer

In Saudi Arabia, plans to build the largest hotel in the world are underway.  To be called Abraj Kudai, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the hotel will be composed of twelve different...  Read More »

May 27, 2015 • 0 comments

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Day of Service: What are the benefits?

Day of Service: What are the benefits?

Michael Houle and Bruce Czachor

Unless this is your first year here at MHS, chances are that you’ve already been acquainted with the Day of Service. The whole point of the program is to get high school...  Read More »

April 5, 2015 • 0 comments

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Arts and Entertainment

Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

Connor Riley, Writer

Warning: Spoilers ahead. This past weekend I went to see Avengers: Age of Ultron directed by Joss Whedon. The second installment in the mighty Avengers...  Read More »

May 24, 2015 • 0 comments

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The Class of 2015 becomes the Class of 2019!