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JAG-K class raises money for Riley County Humane Society

Blue M Editor-in-Chief May 5, 2021

Typical volunteering activities for clubs include bringing supplies, toiletries and food for people in need. That’s why people don’t usually expect donation events for pets. Students of Jobs for...

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 for students in Kathy Ricketts' Entrepreneurship and Intro to Business class over the past week.Teacher of the project,...

Students prepare for AP exams

Amelia Knopp, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

As April comes to an end, Manhattan High students are looking ahead to the Advanced Placement exams in May. MHS is administering 594 AP exams this year. Students can utilize a great selection of resources...

Teachers tackle both learning models

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 16, 2021

All teachers have had to make adjustments this year, but, for many, now that hybrid is over, teaching has returned to a level of normalcy. For others teaching remote full-time, the switch to five-day-a-week...

Cheer tryouts last weekend

Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2021

Tryouts for the Manhattan High cheerleading team were last Saturday with three days of preparation to learn the material before tryouts.  “The tryout material was fast and hard,” sophomore...

Students participate in K-State Shadow Day

Amelia Knopp, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

Manhattan High students took advantage of an opportunity to explore college majors through the annual Kansas State University Student Shadow Day last week.  In February, Gifted Education students...

AFS plans international virtual prom

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 14, 2021

The American Foreign Exchange Club will hold a virtual prom over Zoom on May 7 for exchange students who missed their opportunity to spend their exchange visit in the United States this year. Manhattan’s...

Environmental club helps clean Kansas River

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 14, 2021

The Manhattan High Environmental Club worked with Rotary Club, the Kansas Wildlife Association and Friends of Kaw Valley to clean car battery cases and other waste out of the Kansas River on Saturday....

Science Olympiad takes third at State

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 5, 2021

The Manhattan High Science Olympiad team placed third overall in the large school section of the Kansas Science Olympiad state tournament and placed in six individual events across seven contestants. “By...

Key Club, Environmental Club make refugee letters

Julianna Poe, Trending Editor April 5, 2021

Teaming up to make a difference, Environmental Club and Key Club wrote letters to refugee children with newly made recycled paper. “I hope [the refugees] know that there are people out there that...

Cheer tryouts approaching

Brianna Carmack, Print Editor-in-Chief April 5, 2021

The Manhattan High cheer team will host in-person tryouts on April 10. Students who want to try out for cheer will be allowed to learn the tryout material on April 7-9 in time for tryouts. Since the...

Key Club learns new skills at District Convention

Key Club learns new skills at District Convention

Julianna Poe , Trending Editor March 31, 2021

Ending their spring break on a good note, eight Key Club members participated in the Key Club District Convention on March 19 and 20. “I really enjoyed getting to interact with members from other...

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