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Softball team celebrates another victory
Amylee Gil , Staff Writer • April 22, 2023

The Manhattan High School softball team boasts yet another victory this season after playing an away game against Emporia on April...

Kyler Horsman
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • April 22, 2023

Senior Kyler Horsman from the Manhattan baseball team has been outstanding on the mound and behind the plate and has shown leadership...

Baseball stays undefeated
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • April 22, 2023

The Manhattan High baseball team stays undefeated with a 11-0 record after a sweep against Emporia last Friday. Since Manhattan...

What song would you want to play at Prom?
April 10, 2022
StuCo to hold Blood Drive on Apr. 5
Gabby Turner, Photo Editor • March 21, 2023
Smoke, odor leaks occur at MHS West
Danny Biniecki, Editor-in-Chief • March 2, 2023
Swatting calls create scare at Kansas high schools
March 1, 2023
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StuCo begins election process
Gabby Turner, Photo Editor • April 24, 2023

During this week’s Advisory, StuCo will hold elections for the 2023-2024 school year. This year’s...

‘Sweet dreams’ had by all at Prom
Gabby Turner, Photo Editor • April 23, 2023

Last weekend, the junior class Student Council put on this year's Prom, the theme being “Sweet Dreams.” The...

Symposium at the Little Theater Held for the University Level Mentorship Class
Thurston Rogers, Staff Writer • April 19, 2023

Families, peers and mentors of students in the University Level Mentorship class got to attend a symposium...

Music festivals and concerts need to be more accessible
Gabby Turner and The Mentor Staff April 21, 2023

As the weather begins to warm up, music festivals begin to sprout up around the world. In the U.S, arguably the most notable festival, Coachella, has begun,...

The Willow Project entails disaster on our environment
Danny Biniecki, Mentor Editorial Staff • March 26, 2023

The Willow Project is the latest and most controversial project the Biden Administration has authorized, and the proposed policy has met extreme pushback...

Americans concerned with China and TikTok
Laneya Christian, Mentor Editorial Staff • February 16, 2023

With the recent concerns about the discovery of a Chinese surveillance balloon that floated over the United States has become really popular on the social...

Banning Tik Tok won't make a difference
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • March 27, 2023

The United States government is once again threatening to ban TikTok after attempting to do so around...

Choose empathy over anger
Amylee Gil, Staff Writer • March 26, 2023

When we witness a wrong doing, whether it was towards ourselves or even towards others, it’s likely...

Teen favorite shows more harmful than we think
Amylee Gil, Staff Writer • February 19, 2023

As a teenager of Gen-Z, I’ve seen a good amount of the most popular drama shows presented to young...

Rihanna’s halftime show wasn’t disappointing
Otis Mazurkiewicz, Staff Writer • February 6, 2023

Like a diamond in the sky, Rihanna spent much of her halftime show in the air. Rihanna knows what it...

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SkillsUSA preview for State
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • April 25, 2023

All the hard work the SkillsUSA team has put in this year all for this week...

Environmental club wraps up research
Gabby Turner, Photo Editor • April 24, 2023

Manhattan High’s Environmental Club has been keeping busy while wrapping up...

MHS students create school Equestrian Club
Amelia Knopp, Senior Staff Writer • April 21, 2023

Savannah Price and Sarah Scheele are no strangers to the art of horseback riding.  “I...

Tribe prepares for Hommecoming
Kaylee Kurman, Online Editor-in-Chief • September 26, 2022

Tribe has always been one of Manhattan High School’s main source of school spirit. For this coming...

IPS teaches acceptance, inclusion
Ayana Jones, Staff Writer • April 11, 2022

Several Manhattan High classes have selective enrollment, from applications to auditions, but Interpersonal...

USD 383 moves towards personalized ed
Kris Long, Print Editor-in-Chief • April 11, 2022

USD 383 is set to begin integrating personalized learning into the wider curriculum next school year....

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