Referee Kenny Bayless separates Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, left, and Floyd Mayweather Jr., during their welterweight title fight on Saturday, May 2, 2015 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

It’s unanimous: Mayweather-Pacquiao reveals boxing’s demise

meteamed May 4, 2015

As the dust settled Saturday night, unbeaten Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. stood alone as the unanimous, conclusive winner of HBO and Showtime’s supposed “fight of the century” by defeating Filipino...

Students express frustration due to lack of communication from district

Students express frustration due to lack of communication from district

meteamed February 19, 2015

Last night, with the record-high, frigid February temperatures drifting in for this Thursday morning, school districts across Illinois made the decision to close schools due to wind chills dropping temperatures...

Political correctness matters in modern society

meteamed February 9, 2015

As our generation explores the use of technology and communication, we are exposed to others’ opinions and beliefs. We learn the new studies of sexes, genders, and identities. As we come into experience...

Double standards within school dances prevent success of Turnabout

Double standards within school dances prevent success of Turnabout

meteamed January 30, 2015

It seems that almost months before Homecoming guys are bombarded with the pressures of what should be a fun, semi-formal dance. First, we have to propose to our date in a creative way; A Homecoming proposal...

Community service requirements impacts many

meteamed November 19, 2014

At least one time in our four years of high school, students hear something about community service. The biggest event that Metea holds is the Kicking Hunger with Robby Gould Food Drive. It is always encouraged...

New generation of voters influenced by education

meteamed November 13, 2014

The new generation of voters used their political and social knowledge to make their impact on the polls this year. The republicans lead the election with a 5% increase over the democrats, putting Bruce...

Stereotypes prove to be a part of human culture

meteamed November 5, 2014

Disapproval of prejudice is seen in all forms of media everywhere around us students. We hear the hate towards prejudice from celebrities, classes, and in the conversations of surrounding people. So what...

Homecoming loses meaning over time

meteamed October 8, 2014

The dresses, the proposals, the spray tans, the corsages, and the pictures. Homecoming is near. The American Tradition was mainly originated in 1910 at Baylor University. The school invited all alumni...

Opinion: We're taught to be individuals, but judge others for their differences

meteamed March 4, 2014

As children, most of us are taught to accept others and to understand we all live different lives. Year by year, we experience different aspects of life, whether it be playing at recess or cheering at...

Opinion: People expect too much out of Valentine's Day

meteamed February 24, 2014

  As the end of February approaches and the last of the Valentine's Day candy is being pulled off the shelves by lonely girls and avid candy enthusiasts, both couples and single pringles find themselves...

Opinion: LGBT education should be implemented in school

meteamed January 31, 2014

Lightspeed Systems is an internet filtration system used at Metea that prevents students from accessing inappropriate information while at school. Lightspeed Systems bans the usual, basically anything...

Opinion: Egypt's political turmoil could have been avoided

meteamed September 6, 2013

Frankly, Egypt is a mess. Since 2011, the country has struggled with political turmoil. It began with a fight for democracy and ultimately a more westernized governmental system. Before 2011, Hosni Mubarak...

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