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The Wall That Heals

The Wall That Heals

Jenna Leon and Morgan Smith

October 14, 2015


Filed under Carousel, Local, News

Over 58,000 lives, gone… For four days, our town united to remember those that our country has lost, and some who still remain unfound. The Wall That Heals is an organization that travels from coast to coast with a replica of the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial located in Washington, D.C. Op...

Q&A With New Teachers

Q&A With New Teachers

Morgan Smith, Social Media Editor

October 6, 2015


Filed under Features, Local

Christina “Chef T” Tartaglino Q: What attracted you to teach at MHS? A: I was attracted to MHS because I think it was the best opportunity for me to ease my way into teaching.  Plus the commute is pretty nice as well!   Q: Where did you work, or do, before coming here? A: Bef...

From Taco Truck To Main Street Luck

From Taco Truck To Main Street Luck

Melanie Amato, Editorial Editor

October 1, 2015


Filed under Local, News, Tea Time

Beginning with a successful and fast growing food truck at Bushnell Park in Hartford, Lucky Taco is now approaching the celebration of their first year anniversary of opening a restaurant on Main Street in Manchester. The restaurant opened Oct. 15, 2014 in the space once occupied by the Brass Key. Luck...

What The Textbooks Can’t Teach You

What The Textbooks Can’t Teach You

Katyland Facas, News Editor

September 30, 2015


Filed under Global, News

OSWIECIM, Poland -- In theory, I am prepared for Auschwitz-Birkenau. I’ve learned about the Holocaust in school. I’m armed with knowledge I’ve read in books, and shielded by documentaries watched on screens. But the moment I step into Auschwitz I, I become aware of the fact that I am very much...

“Farm Day” Fundraiser for the Lutz Museum

“Farm Day” Fundraiser for the Lutz Museum

Sheridan Meek and Katyland Facas

September 7, 2015


Filed under Local, News

Every year, the Lutz Museum’s “Farm Day”, at Fish Family Farm, attracts thousand of people, especially families with young children. This year was no exception, as parking lots filled quickly and lines stretched long on Saturday, September 5th - the day of the event.   Farm Day features lots ...

New Year, More Changes

New Year, More Changes

Valeria Popolizio, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 7, 2015


Filed under Features, Local, News, Tea Time

For the past three years, I have to come to realize that Manchester High School is like New York City—it never sleeps. Throughout my entire high school career I have witnessed numerous changes to the administration, schedule, and the look of the school. This year, I am glad to be a part of more MH...

Welcome Back, Manchester

Welcome Back, Manchester

Nurun Nahar, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 1, 2015


Filed under Features, Local, News, Tea Time

It’s that time of year again, MHS. Time to say goodbye to long days spent at the beach, time to say goodbye to sleeping at sunrise, and worst of all, time to say goodbye to binge-watching Netflix. Summer has come to an abrupt end and the school year is already in full swing. Harbinger is incredibly...