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CiCo Park Renovations to Baseball and Tennis Facilities
CiCo Park Renovations to Baseball and Tennis Facilities
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • March 28, 2024
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Defining Chronic Absenteeism, why it Matters, and how USD383 is Addressing It
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • March 26, 2024
Music department looks forward to multiple concerts
Music department looks forward to multiple concerts
Hunter Flagg, Online EIC • March 5, 2024
Tennis looks towards First Meet
Tennis looks towards First Meet
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • March 28, 2024

The Manhattan High tennis team will play in their first meet this Thursday at the Washburn Rural Invite after it was rescheduled...

Baseball dominates in Home Opener
Baseball dominates in Home Opener
Will Ivester, Sports Editor • March 28, 2024

The Manhattan High baseball team started the season off hot with a no-hitter and a perfect game, winning 18-0 and 16-0 over Wichita...

Track places First at Topeka West Invitational
Track places First at Topeka West Invitational
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • March 28, 2024

The MHS boys and girls track teams competed at the Topeka West Invitational last week, with both teams placing first. The girls...

Science Olympiad prepares for State Tournament
Science Olympiad prepares for State Tournament
Jack Speigel, Senior Staff Writer • March 28, 2024

The Manhattan High Science Olympiad team begins their trek to the Kansas State...

FFA Event list grows Longer
FFA Event list grows Longer
Peyton Berry, Staff Writer • March 28, 2024

The Manhattan High FFA chapter has reached their busiest time, despite the approaching...

Red Cross Club Prepares for the End of the Year
Red Cross Club Prepares for the End of the Year
Jack Speigel, Senior Staff Writer • March 28, 2024

After focusing on many projects in the Manhattan community, the Manhattan High...

Admin Updates Class of 28 Graduation and Parking Requirements
Admin Updates Class of '28 Graduation and Parking Requirements
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • January 30, 2024
School Board Election Preview and Policy Goals
School Board Election Preview and Policy Goals
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • October 26, 2023
Students Engage in Online Testing
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • October 26, 2023
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The Paradoxical question of Smartphones in School
The Paradoxical question of Smartphones in School
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • March 28, 2024

With the rise of the digital age, communication has become hyper-efficient. Through text messages, WhatsApp, Messenger or any of the thousands of messaging...

The Importance of student Journalism
The Importance of student Journalism
Emery Schmidt, Staff Writer • March 4, 2024

Student and local journalism goes underappreciated by many. The free press rights of students and local journalists are central to an informed community....

Small businesses and the untapped potential of Manhattan
Small businesses and the untapped potential of Manhattan
Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor • February 8, 2024

Manhattan, Kansas, is located in the heartland of America. To the naked eye, not much happens here. After all, we are just a small college town of around...

Creativity in Hollywood Declines
Creativity in Hollywood Declines
Emery Schmidt, Staff Writer • March 28, 2024

Most of the movies coming out this year aren’t anything new. We all have favorite movies that we wouldn’t...

Banning Books solves Nothing
Banning Books solves Nothing
Jack Speigel, Senior Staff Writer • March 28, 2024

Recently, the topic of “banning books” has been circulating around the country due to an increase...

Performative existence not a good way to live
Performative existence not a good way to live
Emery Schmidt, Staff Writer • March 5, 2024

Our perception of what it means to actually live has become skewed. People nowadays tend to live vicariously...