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Seniors attend UCSD’s Triton Day

Neo Baldarrama, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018

Filed under News

Morse High School seniors admitted into University of California, San Diego (UCSD) attended UCSD’s Triton Day where the campus was showcased on April 14, 2018. Triton Day offered the opportunity to showcase UCSD’s campus t...

Service Journalism: How to decide on the “right” college

Eugelyn Lopez, Features Editor

April 19, 2018

Filed under Tiger Bytes

As March ends, students from all over the world begin to receive their letters of acceptance at universities they applied to. Students will have to decide on a school to attend in the fall by the first of May. For some, it may...

How many colleges should students apply to?

Salem Habarneh, Special Page Editor

March 22, 2018

Filed under Opinions and Editorials

October brings with it stress for seniors, as they must decide on what and how many colleges they want to apply to. This brings up the question: is there a golden number of college applications? Many say that it is between six...

Service Journalism: How to deal with college rejections

Devin Whatley, Social Media Director

March 20, 2018

Filed under Tiger Bytes

When March comes around, many seniors will receive decision letters from colleges all over the country. Throughout this time, you will get either letters of acceptance, waitlist, or rejection. When you get a rejection letter, oft...

Football player visits Kenyon College

Matthew Wilson, Sports Editor

January 3, 2018

Filed under Sports

Imagine a college has messaged you to visit to their campus for the sport you love. Senior multi-purpose back Kahtrel Maynard was asked to visit Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio on a official visit (the college pays for all...

Service Journalism: Different ways to find scholarships

Andrea Ferreria, OP/ED Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under Tiger Bytes

As college application season rolls around, Morse seniors find themselves scrambling to scholarship money. What most students probably don’t know is that they can start searching for scholarships their freshmen year! Let’s...