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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...

StuCo blood drive successful

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

Student Council hosted their annual blood drive of the year last Wednesday. A few precautions were made in order to follow proper COVID-19 safety measures. “The blood drive was similar to last year,”...

Forensics students qualify for Nationals

McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor April 14, 2021

The Manhattan High Forensics team had multiple students qualify for Nationals at the Flint Hill Congress National Qualifier. Students also competed in the Lawrence High Invitational and Shawnee Heights...

MHS COVID cases at 0 for two weeks running

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 14, 2021

Manhattan High School has had no COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks amidst increased vaccinations of students and a general decrease in community spread. “For the last two weeks I've had all zeros,...

MHS starts girls-only wrestling program

Kris Long, Sports Editor April 5, 2021

Manhattan High wrestling began recruiting for the school’s first girls-only wrestling program in the 2021-2022 school year last Thursday. They hope to generate enough interest by May to raise funds to...

Community survey gathers city feedback including MHS students

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

Manhattan High School students now have a chance to give student input in a new community survey.  “We did a bunch of engagement sessions with the community as a whole last week,” junior counselor...

Forensics placed first at Washburn Rural

McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor April 5, 2021

The Manhattan High Forensics team placed first at the Washburn Rural Forensics Invitational. [It] was a very successful tournament,” head coach Mac Phrommany said. “We had more students than I’ve...

Students plan successful cultural appreciation fair

Students plan successful cultural appreciation fair

Amelia Knopp, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Students and staff filled the West campus cafeteria and auditorium on Saturday evening to enjoy the Manhattan High School Cultural Appreciation Fair. The immersive cultural opportunity was planned and...

SASV Homestead Drive successful, Her Drive underway

Julianna Poe, Trending Editor March 31, 2021

In less than a week of fundraising, the Students Against Sexual Violence club received 14 out of 17 wanted donation items for the Homestead House -- a program for women leaving the sex industry. “The...

Students plan successful cultural appreciation fair

Amelia Knopp, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

Students and staff filled the West campus cafeteria and auditorium on Saturday evening to enjoy the Manhattan High School Cultural Appreciation Fair. The immersive cultural opportunity was planned and...

11 Forensics students place top 6 in events

McKayla Clarksnodgrass, Photo Editor March 31, 2021

The Manhattan High Forensics team had 11 students place within the top six in their events, with three students newly State qualified at the Blue Valley North Forensic Invitational. Junior Abrar Nasser...

Students compete in KSSEF State

Kris Long, Sports Editor March 31, 2021

Manhattan High entered four researchers in the Kansas State Science and Engineering Fair, which was held virtually on Friday and Saturday, placing two and qualifying sophomore Julius Neumann for the international...

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