Around the World: Gun reform in other countries compared to the United States

By Jillian Russell | Social Media Manager According to the Gun Violence Archive, in 2019 there have been 238 deaths caused by mass shootings in the United States alone. Gun violence is something that every global citizen is aware of, and it’s something that is becoming the most significant topic of policy debates worldwide. Gun …

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Madison Central prepares for Beauty and Beau

By Vanessa Anguiano | Staff Writer Every year Madison Central hosts the Beauty and Beau pageant. “Beauty and Beau is a yearbook fundraiser highlighting students in grades 9-12. Girls wear long formal pageant dresses while boys wear tuxedos. Judges from the Mississippi Association of Pageant judges come and judge students in each grade where beauties …

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High School Democrats, Teenage Republicans create political socialization for students

By Kaitlyn Sills | Editor-in-Chief For many, politics may seem like a void subject until one is able to vote. However, many students across the nation have established outlets for political socialization within schools. The High School Democrats of America and the National TeenAge Republicans have established themselves as the premier organizations for laying the …

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Cyber security expert, Mark Chmilewski, visits Biomedical Research students

By Sarah Elizabeth Johns | Business Manager Mark Chmilewski is the father of Madison Central’s very own Erica Chmielewski, and he is employed by Cyber Secure, a company that helps medical providers stay within HIPPA regulations. If a health care provider is reported or found in violation of the HIPPA regulations, the OCR investigates and …

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