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Students Walk 50 Miles to Paul Ryan’s Hometown

Tyler Lentocha, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Events, News, Uncategorized

The journey is 50 miles and will take four days. Along the way, students are sleeping in high school gyms and other predetermined locations. The group walking in the 50 Miles More march says it is inspired by the 1965 Selma to Montgomery march, a multi-day, 54-mile march led by Martin Luther King ...

STN Convention Recap

Chris Pagano, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Events, MHS

From March 14th to March 20th, members of our very own Broadcast Journalism here at Manchester High School flew to Nashville, Tennessee for the annual STN Convention. The Student Television Network (STN) Convention is an event that takes place in a different location each year, alternating from west coa...

A$AP Rocky Feat. Moby – ‘A$AP Forever’

Kaylyn Jones, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features, News, Uncategorized

A$AP Rocky has bounced back at last with his new song and music video for “A$AP Forever.” Big shout out to Dexter Navy, the creator of the music video delivering a well put together video that will blow your mind. Please take the chance to check out A$AP’s new content, you won’t regret it. ...

“Charlie Brown” Musical a Success

“Charlie Brown” Musical a Success

Noor Majid, Web Developer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Features, News

This past weekend (March 22-24) saw the performance of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown by MHS students. The two-hour show aired for three nights -- Thursday, Friday, and Saturday -- and included popcorn and an endearing Snoopy plush toy. The musical featured leads Max Toth as Charlie Brown; So...

6 Days After Students Staged School Walkouts Against Gun Violence, There’s Been Another School Shooting

6 Days After Students Staged School Walkouts Against Gun Violence, There’s Been Another School Shooting

Noor Majid, Web Developer

March 20, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features, News, Opinion

A student opened fire at Great Mills High School in southern Maryland on the morning of Tuesday, March 20, critically injuring two other students before he was confronted by a school resource officer, according to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities said the officer and gun...

Students Say #ENOUGH in MHS Solidarity Walk Out

Students Say #ENOUGH in MHS Solidarity Walk Out

Asiana Flordelis, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features, News, Opinion

On March 14, students in schools all around the nation, including our very own Manchester High School, participated in an organized walkout to draw attention to the rising gun violence issues and school shootings in America. Last month,  17 lives were lost in a shooting at a high school in Parkland,...

Trolls Aim for Racial Division

Kaylyn Jones, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Uncategorized

Just about a week ago from today, trolls released false information about being assaulted by African American individuals at the premiere of new Marvel movie “Black Panther.” Twitter trolls attempt to stoke racial division which is shown in the photos that you see down below. It was originally o...

The Curtain Rises for the Peanuts Gang at MHS

Cristobal Colon, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018


Filed under Art, Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Events, Local, Midyear Stories 2017-2018, Music

It’s time once more for the annual school musical at Manchester High School.  This school year, the musical will be a classic; “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”  Cast was set Monday, December 4th, and rehearsals began on Wednesday, December 13th.  I myself am going to be taking part i...

Student Spotlight: ’19 Kaylyn Jones, Creator of Mahana

Student Spotlight: ’19 Kaylyn Jones, Creator of Mahana

Jaime Lopez, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


Filed under Carousel, Features, Profiles, Uncategorized

Manchester High junior Kaylyn Jones, also known as “Kash," is the creator of a group/movement called Mahana. Her inspiration to start the group started when she became very aware of different mental disorders, specifically depression. Kaylyn wanted to make a group where everyone is safe and able...

#TimeWasUp at the Golden Globes

#TimeWasUp at the Golden Globes

Noor Majid and Grace Goldberg-Doyle

January 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Features, Movies & TV, News

A red carpet night typically known for its lavishly-styled stars, noteworthy hosts, and deserving major-motion pictures, the Golden Globes is an enjoyable event to tune into and watch while relaxing. This year, however, viewers saw something much more charged come to the screen -- a political edge whic...

Video Review: “I’m Not Racist”

Pierre Asamoah, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Features, News, Uncategorized

Late last month, Joyner Lucas released a new song titled “I’m Not Racist.” Some are calling this the most important video of the year, while others are not so sure. Lucas, who is from Worcester, Mass., successfully presented the topic of racism in a way everyone would be able to understand. The...