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FACS students go on culinary trip around town

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Family and Consumer Science students senior Eduardo Barrera, senior Delayney Lunsway, junior Connor Andresen, junior Skylar Dechant, junior Axel Fraire, junior Dylan Goodsel, junior Matthew Lancaster,...

FCCLA attends leadership conference

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer April 11, 2022

It's been nine years since Manhattan High has had a competitor in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America leadership conference, and senior Kirra Facey, gold medal winner, will be advancing...

MHS Science Olympiad team places forth at State Olympiad

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The Manhattan High Science Olympiad team competed in the State Science Olympiad at Wichita State University on April 2, where the team placed fourth overall.  “Unfortunately for the [students]...

AFS members joins Afghan refugee program

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer March 28, 2022

AFS has joined the Manhattan Afghan Resettlement Team (MART), a group formed by the governmental relations committee that provides resources and materials for Afghan refugees who have just arrived in the...

We need more women in leadership roles

We need more women in leadership roles

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer March 7, 2022

Have you noticed who holds the majority of administrative leadership positions in schools? In general girls and women are discouraged from seeking the top roles by outside attitudes pushed by men.  Although...

MHS takes sixth place at Science Olympiad Regionals

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer March 2, 2022

Science teachers Craig Ackerman and Doug Andresan coached Manhattan High’s Science Olympiad team to sixth place last Saturday at Johnson County Community College. “Normally we go to Salina for the...

FFA takes back to back win in Northcentral District competition

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

FFA placed first for the second year in a row. FFA advisor and Agricultural science teacher Elissa Mullinix took members to the Northcentral District competition in Clay County on Feb. 9. The competition...

ASU gains approval to host larger presentation about microaggressions

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

The ongoing issue of microaggressions in the Manhattan High School community will be the topic of a professional development session for MHS staff presented by members of the Asian Student Union on...

‘You are Loved’ committee, Key Club, IPS craft Valentines cards

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

With Valentine's Day only a couple weeks away, students are preparing for annual celebrations. Amidst those preparations, junior Wesley Zeka has organized a project called: You are Loved. “We’ve...

Why we should stop binge watching tv

Why we should stop binge watching tv

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

Although binge-watching has become the most popular way to consume content in one sitting, it does create problems for your health. For example it leads to mental health issues, serious physical health...

MHS Cheerleaders tag along for TOC in Dodge City

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer January 24, 2022

Last Saturday, cheerleaders attended the Tournament of Champions in Dodge City. Games began Thursday and ended on Saturday at the United Wireless Arena.  “It is a three-day basketball tournament,” ...

Getting back to normal finals after COVID-19

Laneya Christian, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

It's that time again. Class assignments, large projects, exams and due dates all creep up quickly.  “It's overwhelming,” junior Sandlin Finkel said. “I have multiple finals the same day.” We...

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