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MBHS Closed, Online Schooling Starts Today

As many students are aware, Morro Bay High School joined schools from around the nation in temporarily closing its doors due to fears of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Currently, the plan is for the school to reopen on April 15th, but that stands to change depending on the situation.  While the school is closed,...

KSBY New Story featuring MBHS Student Journalists

Morro Bay city leaders say King Tides give 'disconcerting' preview of sea level rise https://www.ksby.com/news/local-news/morro-bay-city-leaders-say-king-tides-give-disconcerting-preview-of-sea-level-rise For the past two months, the Morro Bay Spyglass has been lucky enough to work on a joint piece with our local news network, KSBY. They reached out to us on November 20, 2019 as...

Food for Thought

Hey pirates! In case you missed our last piece on the Lunch Ladies, we have a new piece on the tasty food they provide for us in the cafeteria. A select group of top-tier journalists from the Spyglass exercised their expert taste skills and culinary knowledge to provide YOU with a detailed review of some of our cafeteria’s most...

Opinion: Godzilla vs. Kong and the Point of Monster Movies

WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) As of 2021, the Marvel and DC comics have established long running universes through movies. Since 2008, the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) especially has brought audiences to follow the multitude of tales and connections between characters and stories. As dominant forces in the movie industry over...

Secret Queer Communication Throughout History

In the last article in this series, the idea that LGBTQ+ rights have had a long and tumultuous history was explored. However, even during times of heavy oppression, the LGBTQ+ community found ways to ensure their safety while still communicating with others in the community with subtle, often nonverbal cues clues. In particular, these cues have been...

Meeting the Standard: How Students Struggle with Social Acceptance

Social Standards               School is a place where students come to learn and increase their knowledge, but it also comes with the social aspect between others. The goal of that is to be socially acceptable, as the stereotype goes. In other words, students (theoretically) have a set of requirements to meet in order to be...

MBHS Wins First Game of the Season Against Atascadero

Over the past two weeks, the MBHS football team has lost one game and won their first game of the season. On April 2, MBHS lost to Nipomo High 42-8, and the next week during Spring Break on April 9, MBHS defeated Atascadero 20-19. First off, MBHS had an away game against Nipomo High...

MBHS Volleyball Resumes, Play Against Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande

Indoor sports are back in session, and Girls and Boys Volleyball started their practices on March 15th. Both teams have been practicing from 3:30-5:30 pm to prepare for their season. Playing against Paso Robles High School and Arroyo Grande High School, the Volleyball teams struggled, but came away with one victory. To start off...

MBHS Loses Second Straight Football Game Against Templeton

Morro Bay High played their second football game of the season this past Friday, March 26. They played an away game against Templeton High. MBHS was originally slated to face Pioneer Valley in Santa Maria, but plans were changed, and Templeton was the next opponent.  MBHS received the opening kickoff to start the game....

Teacher Recommendations: What Should Be On Your Bookshelf?

All opinions contained in the interviews represent the views of those interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views of the Spyglass, its editors, or its writers. By Ella Stoneman and Adam Rainbolt If you’re missing that feeling of going to the library and bringing home a book to cuddle...

San Luis Obispo County Makes Progress on Vaccinations, Reopening

By Justin Milton California has started to reopen more and more during the last several weeks. San Luis Obispo County moved out of the Purple tier and into the Red on March 2nd, with the numbers continuing to trend down statewide overall. Currently, almost 94% of California’s population is in a less restrictive tier (Red...

WandaVision: What’s Next for Marvel?

Warning: Spoilers ahead On March 5th, WandaVison concluded their series in the most Marvel way possible, anticipation, wonder, and satisfaction. The pilot episode for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier also came out on Disney + on the 19th of this month. Following that there is a trailer for an...

MBHS Loses First Game of the Season to Santa Maria High

After over a year of waiting, the MBHS football team had their first game of the season this past Friday, on March 19, at 6:00 p.m. They had a home game against Santa Maria High. Unlike usual, the game had very few people in attendance. In the first quarter, the MBHS offense was held...