NO JUSTICE NO PEACE Speaking on a megaphone to a listening crowd, Kayla Prowell, class of ‘19, recites a poem during the protest that occurred June 5. Kayla also later helped plan a second protest at the town hall. Munster saw a surge of students, graduates and adult support in response to the resurgence of Black Lives Matter this year, paralleling the peaceful protests that have been sparked throughout the nation, “We’re tired of having to do this. We’re tired of having to fight for our rights over and over and over again. We fought for them 300 years ago, we fought for them 100 years ago, we fought for them 60 and 50 years ago. We’re always fighting, and I think that we’re tired of being our own advocates. We’re tired of people not being tired of being racist.

More than a movement

October 22, 2020

You are not alone

You are not alone

October 22, 2020

 Mrs. Nikki Olsen, main office secretary

New year, new faces

September 3, 2020

Navigating her laptop in Geometry class, Kylie Madura, freshman, completes her school work. Classes have taken on a new look this school year, with plastic dividers, masks and new furniture in general.

United yet divided

September 3, 2020

Infocus