Showing posts from December, 2013

Guest Writer: A Christmas Carol

by Mariah Towery “ Dashing through the snow, in a one-horse open sleigh, o’er the fields we go, laughing all the way ,”   Amanda Whitehouse sings on the bus heading to the Indiana Repertory Theatre. The 44 passenger bus carries two English 9 honors classes to see A Christmas Carol performed live. The classes have studied the play for about a week and now they the chance to see it performed for them. The trip takes about thirty minutes and the classes are already late. When they arrive the show is just beginning. The teachers quietly usher the students into the theatre’s doors. The students are lead by theatre staff through the exquisite lobby and up the stairs to the balcony level.  The students squeeze through two small doors and tip-toe to their seats so they do not disturb the rest of the audience. Once in their seats on the balcony, the quiet students watch the sparkling snowy stage dim and actors appeared on stage. A woman in old victorian garments moves to the center

Boys Basketball Team - Voting Ends Today

The Mooresville High School is up for the Hoosier Authority Team of the Week. Voting ends today at noon. Vote Here:

Freshmen Move Lockers

Today the upstairs lockers were officially made available to Freshmen.

Thanks for Thanksgiving

Thanks for Thanksgiving by Kyrstin Coomes The Pulse staff went around asking a few teachers and students what they were thankful for and what Thanksgiving meant to them. “[I’m thankful for] my girlfriend,” senior Rachel Ham said. When asked what Thanksgiving meant to her, she replied with a serious expression, “[I] stop eating three days before to make room to eat lots and lots of food.” “I’m thankful for the opportunity to live in this wonderful country where men and women are created equal,” junior Peyton Lindley said.  “It means that I get to nourish my body in the fellowship of my loved ones,” Lindley said. “I’m thankful for food. And Starbucks,” senior Samantha Martinez said.  “[Thanksgiving] means family coming together for a night,” Martinez said. “[I’m thankful for] family friends, and rainbows,” sophomore Kassidy Andrews said. “I’m thankful for GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) because it gives me the chance to be who I want to be and make new friends,” sophomor