The Bull is a growing independent news source for the Montclair High School community covering school topics, events, activities and opinions. Created by student, Lauren Glasse, and launched in November 2011, The Bull welcomes all readers in the Montclair, New Jersey school community to get the students’ perspective. The Bull welcomes input, suggestions and comments from all readers as well as new MHS student writers and contributors. We only ask that you keep it clean and relevant. Personal attacks and inappropriate language will not be posted.
The Bull was born on a rainy day in June 2011 when it’s founder and editor, Lauren Glasse, was reviewing the list of clubs in the student planner. Searching for a writing or newspaper club, it became apparent that the The Mountaineer, the school newspaper, was only open to junior and senior students taking the journalism class. The solution: create a new blog for the Montclair High community featuring current news, upcoming events and student opinions on relevent subjects. Some of Lauren’s friends and aspiring writers agreed to be authors and The Bull was created.
This is a student-run blog provided for entertainment and informational purposes on subjects that may be of interest to the Montclair High School community. The opinions expressed by The Bull at MHS and those providing content are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions of the administration or faculty of Montclair High School. Montclair High School and the Montclair School District are not responsible for the accuracy or the content of any of the information supplied by The Bull at MHS. Reading, adding comment, or using the information provided by The Bull at MHS is at your own risk.
Feel free to challenge, disagree, or tell us we’re wonderful in the comments section of each blog entry, but we reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason whatsoever (abusive, profane, rude, or inappropriate comments) – so keep it polite, please.
The Bull at MHS is the legal copyright holder of all the material posted on the weblog and it may not be used, reprinted, or published without the written consent of the Editor.