MET News: September 27 – October 9, 2019

00:49 - The Lead: Jimmy Fund Walk by Emily Parziale & Leanne McDonald 04:43 - MET Sports: Football Update by Noah Miles 05:10 - Boys Soccer Update by Katie Benson 05:43 - Girls Soccer Update by Leanne McDonald 06:12 - JV Volleyball vs Wareham by Emily Parziale 07:40 - Volleyball vs Rockland by Courtney Roberts 09:24

Is Online Learning as good as Face-to-Face Learning?

Aidan Carey Journalism I November 1st, 2018   Is Online Learning as good as Face-to-Face Learning? As time continues to move forward, online school is becoming more and more popular while the traditional style of school is not. Many people wonder what’s better and aren’t quite sure. Online has its advantages, but no one earns

Should Ipads be the Permanent Textbook?

Should Ipads be the Permanent Textbook? October 24. 2018 Cora Pereira   Ipads should not replace textbooks as a permanent learning resource for students. Today you can walk down the street and won’t see a single bookstore. There are libraries, but even those are becoming obsolete.   Today most schools and colleges use electronic textbooks and

What is Borderline Personality Disorder?

Victoria Ulrich 9/26 What is Borderline Personality Disorder? Borderline personality disorder is a mental illness marked by an ongoing pattern of varying moods, self-image, and behavior. These symptoms often result in impulsive actions and problems in relationships. People with borderline personality disorder may experience intense episodes of anger, depression, and

13 Reasons Why

Julia Rose September 24, 2018 13 Reasons Why  13 Reasons Why, the netflix show that came out with a new season earlier this year, is causing a lot of controversy. Many parents, professionals, and even students are concerned about the storyline with this new popular series and think their


Valerie Chisholm 4/2/2018     Depression is much more common now than in the past. It is one of the most common mental illnesses today. In the United States, 16 million adults have had or currently have depression, which is 6.9 of the US population. 360 million people worldwide suffer from it. In teens,