The latest iteration of Greenville School’s Spirits Week* has proven rather disappointing for this reporter. Continue reading “Surprising Lack of Spirits This Week”
This just in! The political correspondent of the Macaroni Report has become disgruntled. Fed up with the state of the current Presidential Race, and annoyed with our failure to properly report on it, the ghost of Richard Nixon has abandoned the Macaroni Report and gone off to offer his expertise to another paper.
Students came in this week to see their school in shambles, and not the usual variety. An unwieldy tree rooted to the stage, hundreds of tulips sprouting out of crevices around the school, and rainwater funneling down into the building, via the upstairs lockers (although, granted, the latter is a weekly occurrence) was just some of the damage discovered early Monday morning. It wasn’t until sixth period that the source of these agricultural disturbances finally uncovered, when the unearthly figure of an old man was seen hovering above the express line in the cafeteria. The ghostly old man, revealed to be Robert Frost through a swift google image search, was apparently using his ghostly abilities to change the station on the TV, but eventually flew off in frustration upon seeing that the Discovery Channel was only about mermaids and pawnbrokers. Continue reading “Ghost of Robert Frost Wrecks Havoc, Nobody Particularly Notices”