October 17, 2021
  • 3:04 pm Hybrid learning vs remote learning: What do these mean?
  • 3:02 pm MHS theater proves the show must go on despite the virus
  • 2:55 pm Having to compete within six feet: Girls swimming and diving team still finds success during the pandemic
  • 2:50 pm “All Lives Matter” actively diminishes the true message of Black Lives Matter
  • 3:00 pm So you think you can judge an election?
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By Charley Poor Line O’Type News Editor Sometimes it feels like nobody can agree on anything in politics, but it feels like we’ve all come together on one thing ahead of this election–whatever happens, we are going to remember it for a long time.  Do you want to have a front-row seat to history in […]

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By: Samuel Schwartz Line O’ Type News Co-Editor With the Covid-19 pandemic still persisting throughout the world, people are hopeful that a vaccine will be just around the corner. Unfortunately, one of the large drugmakers in the latter stages of vaccine development has halted its clinical trials. Johnson & Johnson has, as of Monday, October […]

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By: Aubrie Mozingo LO’T News Editor Staff, students, and parents alike were all amazed as they first entered the new Bartlett Performing Arts Center, admiring the mural painted on the wall, the tall ceilings, and the new and improved choir, band, and orchestra rooms. The incoming light and the smell of new construction will leave […]

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On November 5th, the Moline High School History Club took a field trip to the Rock Island Arsenal Museum and other parts of the Arsenal. There, our students saw over 1200 firearms, replicas of bridges, houses, sabers, and much more. While the Arsenal museum is usually closed on Mondays, the History Club got special admittance […]

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Since 1958, Moline High School has put good use to the same auditorium. This school year, students for the first time will experience a brand new theater environment. The newly renovated auditorium, called the Bartlett Performing Arts Center, will be revealed sometime this school year and in turn, lots of excitement among students is circulating. […]

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By: Makayla Rangel LO’T News Editor Lives have been lost, houses have been destroyed, and devastation has occurred as a result of Hurricane Florence. The storm originated from a strong tropical wave off of the West Coast of Africa. On September 14, this Category 1 hurricane struck the East Coast. In North Carolina, South Carolina, […]

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As Midterms Approach, Illinois’s 17th Faced With Choices With midterm elections taking place on November 6, the voting-eligible citizens of the 17th District of Illinois, which includes Rock Island County, will be faced with different choices for different elections. On the national level, Illinois’s Senators Democrats Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin will not be up […]

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By: Peter Son LO’T Editor Mr. McGuire, who has been at Moline for 27 years and an educator for 37 years, plans to move on to become principal at Ottumwa, Iowa. He does not want to stop doing what he loves: interacting with students to help them get ready for their futures. He expresses mixed […]

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  By: Kennedy Cook LO’T News Editor As the 2018-2019 school year wraps up, students are growing more eager to head into their summer plans. Taking field trips has been the perfect school away from school for a great deal of MHS students these past few months. First, the Line O’Type and “M” Yearbook staffs […]

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