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Red Cross to visit fire department

Kyla Barnett, Features Editor

February 24, 2020

Manhattan High School’s Red Cross plans to learn more about the medical procedures and practices of firefighters by visiting the Headquarters Fire Station on Denison Avenue this Wednesday during Advisory. “[We’re going ...

America’s Got Special Talent prepares for upcoming performance

Lassira Hines, Staff Writer

January 27, 2020

The Interpersonal Skills students have begun planning and rehearsals for this year’s version of America’s Got Special Talent.  Each year IPS holds the talent show for those who aren’t always given an opportunity to ...

MEC asks for help funding recycling

Kyla Barnett, Features Editor

January 27, 2020

Manhattan Environmental Club reached out to clubs at Manhattan High School to help pay for recycling throughout the school. MEC was able to pay for this year’s recycling with the help of StuCo and Interact club, who both don...

Debates sees cancellation

Taryn Robinson, Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

The Manhattan High School Debate team had a tournament scheduled this past Friday and Saturday at Blue Valley. The students were supposed to leave Manhattan High during fourth period, before first lunch began. Unfortunately, ear...

Advisory now worth a credit

Kyla Barnett, Features Editor

January 15, 2020

This semester, Manhattan High School began a pilot of a pass or fail grading system in Advisory. This means that Advisory is now graded on participation and attendance as well as being worth a credit for all four years at MHS. ...

Blue Light Journal looking for board members

Kyla Barnett, Features Editor

January 15, 2020

Manhattan High School students seeking a creative outlet can turn to The Blue Light Journal to publish their creative writing and artwork. The Blue Light Journal is a literary magazine made up of student works like poetry, p...

Debate National Qualifiers: One team gets through

Lasirra Hines, Junior Entertainment Editor

December 17, 2019

Four teams from Manhattan High School’s debate program competed in the Kansas Flint Hills District Tournament Friday and Saturday with one team getting through the qualify for Nationals. The team of senior Trinity Brockman and soph...

Scholars Bowl team came second

Lasirra Hines, Junior Entertainment Editor

December 17, 2019

The Manhattan High Scholars Bowl team went to Flint Hills Christian School to compete last Saturday, placing second overall, nearly going undefeated except for one loss to Flint Hills Christian School.  The team was r...

District holiday practice email causes controversy

Taryn Robinson, Junior Sports Editor

December 17, 2019

A memo distributed by teachers from the USD 383 Committee of Diversity and Inclusion earlier this month has created controversy, The memo gave instructions for making holiday activities non-denominational while explicitly instructing te...

Baking, culinary classes selling Cookie Boxes

Aubrey Strother, Staff Writer

December 17, 2019

Faculty and staff, still looking for gifts to get for the holidays? Well no need to fret, the Baking and Culinary Essentials classes are selling boxes full of treats.  Lisa Pluff, the Culinary Essentials and Baking and Pastry teache...

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