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Artist of the Week : Clancy Livingston and Ted Dawdy

Lasirra Hines, Entertainment Editor February 25, 2021

Ted Dawdy   What do you teach? AP Statistics, Probability and Statistics, and Algebra 1 Q: How did it feel to be in Night of Scenes? A: I enjoyed it a lot. The time commitment didn’t...

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‘Night of Scenes’ has successful showings

Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2021

"Night of Scenes," originally scheduled for three nights, was hosted in Rezac Auditorium on Feb. 19 and 20 after two snow days last week cut into rehearsal time. "Both performances went really [well],"...

‘Night of Scenes’ auditions held last week

Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

Manhattan High Thespians Troupe 941 hosted their first-ever “Night of Scenes” auditions last Monday with callbacks on Tuesday. “Night of Scenes” is coined from “One Acts,” the troupe’s...

Surprise album from Zayn did not let down

Lasirra Hines, Entertainment Editor January 28, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, new music has come from many artists, including Yungblud, who released an album in December of last year titled “weird!” and Olivia Rodrigo with her hit single “driver’s...

Artist of the Week: Emmett Spaw — junior

Lasirra Hines, Entertainment Editor January 28, 2021

What is your involvement with Thespians? Although I’m a member, I’m usually not too involved in thespian events. Sometimes I work on tech for the plays and musicals, but I’ve only ever performed...

Artist of the Week – Emily Ward, senior

Lasirra Hines , Entertainment Editor January 13, 2021

What arts are you in? I am in Orchestra and Choir. Cello in Chamber Orchestra, Fourth Chair. Alto 2 in Choir   How did the KMEA auditions go? It was good, it was online this year. We sent...

Pep band missing from winter sports events

Cole Schmitt, Online Editor-in-Chief January 13, 2021

There are many things that go into a high school sports game besides the actual playing of the game. Student sections, cheerleaders and a big part of the atmosphere, the pep band.  This year, Manhattan’s...

Thespians opt out of virtual conference

McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor January 13, 2021

The state Thespians conference is virtual this year, but the Manhattan Thespians Troupe 941 opted out of attending. “I’m really bummed because it’s a great and wonderful experience to meet other...

MHS band starts up food drive

Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020

In efforts to give back during the holiday season, the Manhattan High band has set up a food drive, encouraging band members to donate non-perishable food items that will soon be sent off to the Flint...

Artist of the week: Blaine Kearns, senior

Lasirra Hines, Entertainment Editor December 14, 2020

What got you into ceramics? I just happened to be in there in the right time, at the right place. My ceramics teacher [at] my old school taught my art foundation and I just got in because I enjoyed...

Dance adapts during Pandemic

McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor December 14, 2020

The Manhattan High dance team held additional auditions for students who are interested in joining the team on Nov. 13 and 14. The additional auditions allowed more students to join the team in the second...

Five Nights at Freddy’s: A refreshing take on indie horror games

Bryan Gross, Videographer December 14, 2020

There has always been one thing that stuck out to me about video games and that is independent developers trying to make a game. However, one genre for indie developers needed a reboot, something to freshen...

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