The Mentor

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The Mentor

The Mentor

Girls soccer places fourth at state
Kris Long, Sports Editor • May 30, 2021

After an impressive 14-5 season, Manhattan High girls soccer placed last in the state tournament on Saturday, losing to Shawnee Mission East...

Hardware and Records
Grant Snowden, Videographer • May 5, 2021
Softball defeats JC
Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-In-Chief • May 5, 2021
Baseball secures wins at JC
Cole Schmitt, Online Editor-In-Chief • May 5, 2021
Citizens speak out over possibility of teaching CRT in USD 383
Kris Long, Print Editor-in-Chief • June 3, 2021
Teaching Critical Race Theory in USD 383 doesn’t go far enough
Kris Long, Print Editor-in-Chief • June 3, 2021
Sixth at Hutch, third at League
Julianna Poe, Trending Editor • May 5, 2021
Teachers tackle both learning models
Kris Long, Sports Editor • May 5, 2021

All teachers have had to make adjustments this year, but for many, now that hybrid is over, teaching...

Forensics has many semi-finalists at State
McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor • May 5, 2021

The Manhattan High Forensics team had three students place and four students make it to semi-finals at...

Yellow Ribbon committee to partner with SADD club
Sonika Khosla, Staff Writer • May 5, 2021

Manhattan High School’s chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions will partner with the Manhattan...

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9 words of wisdom to get you through high school
Sean Anderson, Business Manager • May 5, 2021

With my high school career coming to an end, I thought it would be smart to pass on 9 pieces of advice...

COVID-19 vaccine should become a requirement in future
Taryn Robinson, Opinions Editor • May 5, 2021

A recent concern among students, parents and faculty at Manhattan High School is that the USD-383 school...

Academic pressure too much in unusual school year
Koston Peterson May 5, 2021

This school year has been a wild ride, from having only half a week of school for the entire first semester...

Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Fenris Martinez, Videographer • May 5, 2021

So, it's finally the end of the year. We made it.  For me, the senioritis hit around the middle...

JAG-K class raises money for Riley County Humane Society
Katya Tarabrina, Blue M Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2021

Typical volunteering activities for clubs include bringing supplies, toiletries...

Students become future coffee entrepreneurs
Cole Schmitt, Online Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2021

Discovering opportunities for a school-run business has been a unique assignment...

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Mortal Kombat was visually appealing, but not the best story
Lasirra Hines , Entertainment Editor • May 5, 2021

It’s time to choose your character. You have a wide selection, ranging from...

Musical Revue successful, final production this year
Brianna Carmack/Lasirra Hines, Print/Entertainment Editor • May 5, 2021

Choir and drama students collaborated in creating a variety show called the...

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Horticulture II students host second plant sale
Julianna Poe, Trending Editor • May 5, 2021

Looking to supply the community with an additional wave of starter plants, the Manhattan High Horticulture...

Environmental club sets up Earth day booth
Taryn Robinson, Opinions Editor • May 5, 2021

In the 2021 year, Earth day took place on Apr. 22 with the environmental club setting up a small booth...

Manhattan takes first at Envirothon Regionals
Sonika Khosla, Staff Writer • May 5, 2021

The Annual Kansas Envirothon Regional Competition was on April 14, where our own Manhattan High School...

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