Newspaper team competes at Kansas State Fair

Newspaper team competes at Kansas State Fair

Elizabeth Alexander, John Ostermann, Jacob Clanton, Aaron Hemby, and MaKenna Eilert

September 21, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Click here to see the magazine made by the Manhattan High school print team. All contents were done on Thursday at the state fair. Nothing was prepared before hand and the team is very proud of the work done. 

A Bright Future for Rezac

Maiesha Hossain, Features Editor

September 19, 2017


Filed under News

Rezac Auditorium gives actors and actresses a place to shine.  Now, Rezac while be the one shining as next year, Manhattan High will be undertaking the big project of renovating Rezac.   The improvements to the auditorium include replacing the stage floor, adding a dual door entry, installin...

SkillsUSA members elect and prepare

Leah Beyer, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017


Filed under News

At Manhattan High School, the SkillsUSA chapter elected new officers on Wednesday. These positions include president, vice president, secretary and treasurer; a parliamentarian will be elected at a later meeting. The four positions that were elected on Wednesday were filled by Zach Payne, Autumn Allard, K...

No more home meets for Varsity tennis

Michael Simmons, Blue M Sports Editor

September 19, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Tennis, News, Sports

Playing on the court, you spend countless hours working your tail off in order to improve and having your friends and family there to cheer you on and support you is a special feeling and experience for a high school athlete. For the seniors on the girls Varsity tennis team, it does not look like th...

Debate team competes in first tournament of year

Kaitlyn Clark, Blue M Managing Editor

September 19, 2017


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Last week, the Manhattan High debate team started their tournament season with all wins and ties in the Open Division and a 2-4 loss in the DCI Varsity Division. The Friday-Saturday tournament was held at Washburn Rural High School, with four pairs of debate partners coming from Manhattan. “I felt li...

Six Students Named Merit Scholar Semifinalists

Mason Alberto, Staff Writer

September 19, 2017


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The officials of the National Merit Scholar Corporation announced that Manhattan High has six students that are going to be recognized as being a Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist that they announced on the 12th. The six seniors that are being acknowledged are Richard Brown, Jacob Clanton, Stephanie Fu, Cr...

Board unanimously approves committee recommendations

Jacob Clanton, Print Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

Manhattan High’s mascot is still the Indian, but that was never in doubt. The USD 383 Board of Education voted to unanimously approve all five recommendations from the mascot committee Wednesday evening. The committee recommendations stemmed from the Dec. 7 meeting, where the board voted to retain the m...

USD 383 Foundation creates new award

Jacob Clanton, Print Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

Students are routinely recognized for excellence, but rarely for improvement. The Manhattan-Odgen Public Schools Foundation is looking to change that. The foundation is creating a new student award that recognizes student who show improvement or start to care about school. “[The award] is not exclusively for A-stud...

Students perform at halftime of KSU game

Jacob Clanton, Print Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2017


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High school marching bands typically perform in front of crowds of less than 5,000 people. On Saturday, 12 students from the Manhattan High Big Blue Marching Band got to perform in front of 50,000 people at Bill Snyder Family Stadium for the first annual All Star Marching Band. “In the moment, you...

Debate Team Prepares for First Tournament

Kaitlyn Clark, Blue M Managing Editor

August 28, 2017


Filed under News

Last week marks the first full week of the 2017 school year at Manhattan High, but the MHS debate team is already gearing up for their first tournament of the season. With the Washburn Rural Invitational fast-approaching, the team is preparing for their topic, which concerns federal funding in both e...

MHS kicks off year with annual football and soup scrimmage

Maiesha Hossain, Features Editor

August 28, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Football, News, Sports

It wouldn’t be the beginning of the football season without a scrimmage, and it wouldn’t be a Manhattan High scrimmage without soup. Last Friday students, parents, faculty and MHS football fans alike filled Bishop Stadium to watch the football teams play their first unofficial games of the s...

Sewer causes problems for students

Jacob Clanton, Print Editor-in-Chief

August 28, 2017


Filed under News

As Manhattan High students came back to school, they were greeted by construction in the north part of the main parking lot. This construction was due to a sewage problem. “There was a problem with the main sewer line that leaves our building and ties into the city sewer,” MHS principal Greg Hoyt ...

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