The Mayfield Crier

Mayfield to launch STEAM Inquiry Lab

Mary Rose Hawkins, Staff Writer

May 18, 2014

Next year's STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) Inquiry Lab is a formalized internship placement lab with a focus on individualized research. It will be run by Dr. Megan McEwen, physics teacher and Co-Chair...

Want to live longer? Better Stand Up.

May 14, 2014

BY MIKAYLA O'REGGIO Fitness and Wellness teacher Helen Wade never sits for more than twenty minutes. While most people would not guess that sitting down could decrease your lifespan, Wade knows it does, so she stays on her feet. Dr....

The Disappearance of Honey Bees

May 11, 2014

Cartoon by Laura Schmaeler By Bree Barnes When people think of honeybees, a bee sting or the taste of honey might come to mind. However, most people do not realize how crucial honeybees are to our ecosystem. Although not many ...

Hold the Juice!

May 1, 2014

BY MARY CAROL POXON With bottles of green juice appearing in the hands of celebrities and high school students alike, "juicing" has become the new, cool way to diet. But is it the most effective? According to Mayfield Fitness and We...

AP Course Helps College-bound Artists

April 30, 2014

BY CHANDLER DEWEY Stepping into the art room at Mayfield is like entering a separate world. Art pieces lie on the tables and hang on the walls. Students work diligently at their station, completing their latest works. Like t...

The C.C.C.

The C.C.C.

April 30, 2014

Fatigues for Financial Aid

April 24, 2014

  Cartoon by Laura Schmaeler BY VICTORIA ANORVE With college tuition skyrocketing in the past decade, millions of students are now forced to look for alternative ways to pay for their $160,000 college degrees.  They look to rela...

History of the Headband

April 24, 2014

BY REMY TRAGLIO From purple to polka dotted, soft woven cloth to unyielding plastic and metal, there are truly many ways to wear the always fashionable headband. But where did this trend come from? Who donned the first headband...

Paper for Paper: Note-taking Pays

April 24, 2014

BY CAMILLE ARBOLES AND LILIANA PFEIFER “Extra cash” is not a common term in the vernacular of a college student who typically lives off Cup of Noodles and slaves over a pile of thick textbooks and meticulous notes. But for an enterpri...