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Midlo Aims to Strike Out Cancer

Midlo Aims to Strike Out Cancer

Ashley Manheim, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2019


Filed under Special Features

Unfortunately, it is well known that cancer is a leading cause of death in the United States, and it also impacts numerous students, teachers, and faculty members at Midlothian High School, whether it be from personal experience or witnessing the disease through a friend or family member. The American Ca...

Knock Out Pins & Cancer at Strike Out Cancer

Knock Out Pins & Cancer at Strike Out Cancer

Nabiha Rais, Copy Editor & IB Correspondent

February 11, 2019


Filed under Midlo Community, Showcase

In the past few years, Midlothian High School’s very own International Baccalaureate (IB) Program has pinned themselves as strong contenders at the annual Strike Out Cancer event. This week, those who interested in raising money for the cause can participate in the event. The IB Program will collect nam...

Midlothian Bowls to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Midlothian Bowls to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Joy Li, Midlo Scoop Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Unfortunately, it is well known that cancer is a leading cause of death. The American Cancer Society states that "colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women".  Melinda Conklin's Hitting Cancer Below the Belt (HCB2) fights for the cause of preventing thi...

Helping Prevent Cancer- One Strike at a Time

Helping Prevent Cancer- One Strike at a Time

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor

March 13, 2017


Filed under Student Life

It is no secret. Cancer is serious, entailing a group of diseases that involve abnormal cell growth that take an estimated 8.2 million lives worldwide every year. In the United States, colon cancer is the third leading type of cancer in males and the fourth in females. Hit Cancer Below the Belt (H...

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