The Mentor

The student news site of Manhattan High School

The Mentor

The Mentor

Meredith Comas

Meredith Comas, Print Editor-in-Chief

Senior Meredith Comas has been a student journalist for five years. Entering her fourth year on The Mentor staff, she is currently the Print Editor-in-Chief. 

Comas began her work on The Mentor her freshman year when she took 21st Century Journalism because of her love for literature, writing and designing. After her semester in 21st Century Journalism, she joined The Mentor staff during her freshman year, continuing in her sophomore year as the Opinions Editor. Comas then became Editor-in-Chief of

“I saw [previous staff members'] drive to do something and I saw an outlet for me to write,” Comas said. “I’m kind of someone who regards myself with a lot of professionalism and I like being somewhere where I was met with other people with the same standard.”

Other than being on staff, Comas is involved in numerous extracurriculars, including Environmental Science Investigations, Student Council, National Honor Society, Quill & Scroll, the Quill & Scroll Student Advisory Board, the Kansas Sunflower Girls State Alumni Association and French Club. 

In her spare time, Comas enjoys reading, watching “The Great British Baking Show” and spending quality time with her cats.


All content by Meredith Comas

Saving adventure

September 16, 2019

Their own rhythm

September 9, 2019
Mike Pompeo speaks to a group at Kansas State University on Saturday afternoon. Pompeo came to Kansas State to discuss the current political environment surrounding the upcoming election season.

No place like home

September 9, 2019
Junior class principle Benjamin Jimenez -- a new addition to the Manhattan High administrative team -- stands in front of the Prentup Commons, his usual hangout during lunch and passing periods.

2A to 6A

September 9, 2019

Your Life Speaks

September 2, 2019

Advice to Seniors

August 12, 2019

‘Ridin’ Solo’

April 29, 2019

Net Neutrality

December 7, 2017

Youth votes matter

November 9, 2017
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