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Math Midterms

Lucy Colletti, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017


Filed under Features, Tea Time

Even for those who consider themselves “mathematicians,” math midterms seem to be quite a struggle to pass. It is common for highschool students to fail their math exams. A 65% on a midterm is usually something to smile about. So, why is that? Because a lot of students are not interested in the subject, it ...

Opinion: In Defense of “The Bachelor”

Opinion: In Defense of “The Bachelor”

Sheridan Meek, News Editor

January 11, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Movies & TV, Tea Time

I am addicted to The Bachelor. Not the man himself, although he’s not so bad, but rather the show. Before you say anything, yes I understand that it is probably all fake. Yes, I understand that it is probably the stupidest way in existence to find “love.” Yes, I know the statistics of failed m...

Opinion: New Year’s Resolutions

Opinion: New Year’s Resolutions

Katyland Facas, Senior Staff Writer

December 30, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Tea Time

It’s that time of year again, MHS. The time of holiday spirit, delayed openings, and the mantra “New year, new me” bombarding social media. Tis the season of New Year’s resolutions, the most annoying season of all. Not only do we feel the need to make half hearted and unrealistic goals for ourse...

Students React: Welcoming the New Year

Students React: Welcoming the New Year

Morgan Smith and Bernard Adalyy

December 28, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Tea Time

2016 was full of memories, friendships and experiences for many of the students that walk the halls here at MHS. Moving into the new year, it’s always good to leave something behind, and look forward to something new. When asking students what they were excited for in 2017, and what they will be leaving...

MHS Fashion Icons: “Sneakerheads”

MHS Fashion Icons: “Sneakerheads”

Lucy Colletti and Rowmel Findley

December 23, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Tea Time

For years now sneakers have been one of the prime symbols of pop culture. Young people buy, sell, collect, and wear sneakers from brands such as Adidas, Nike, Reebok, New Balance, Puma, ASICS, and Converse. New releases of these shoes were sold out in seconds. Some were even taken off the website, bec...

MHS’ Favorite Christmas Foods

MHS’ Favorite Christmas Foods

Joseph DiBella, Staff Writer

December 22, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Tea Time

With Christmas coming up fast, people are getting their Christmas feasts ready for friends and family around the table. Tons of food, ranging from turkey to cranberry sauce, green beans to mashed potatoes, will be consumed on Christmas around friends and family. What foods do MHS Students prefer most for...

Which Unconventional Winter Holiday Should You Celebrate?

Which Unconventional Winter Holiday Should You Celebrate?

Elizabeth Turley, Managing Digital Editor

December 15, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Carousel, Tea Time

You already have Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa…let’s shake things up a bit.

Christmas Presents

Christmas Presents

Joseph DiBella, Staff Writer

December 14, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Tea Time

It’s almost Christmas and that means festivity, presents, celebration and fun. Some people love festivity and family the most about Christmas. Other people love the presents the most, especially children. There are two sides to the issue, but what is considered the most important in the eyes of MHS st...

The Final Whistle

The Final Whistle

Jason Owen, Sports Editor

December 3, 2016


Filed under Carousel, MHS, Sports, Tea Time

For the past 10 years I’ve followed a similar fall tradition. Lace up my cleats, tighten my chin straps, join the huddle. For 10 years, football has been everything for me. It’s become my release and the team, my family. Football’s my passion. On the night of November 23rd was the last high ...

Students React: Power Hour

Students React: Power Hour

Morgan Smith, Social Media Editor

December 1, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Features, Profiles, Tea Time

Power Hour is a dominating factor in the daily lives of students at MHS, when no bell rang to signal the start of the free period it came as a shock. On Manchester’s shortened week before the Thanksgiving break, the schedule on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday was a little different then what students we...

Which Candidate does the MHS Population Support?

Which Candidate does the MHS Population Support?

Julia Pardi, Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Features, Global, News, Tea Time

As the election gets closer and closer, there is no way to avoid the aftermath of the good and bad things candidates do or say. Students take their stance while they target the other side but do they really know why they support the candidate that they do? I anonymously asked students around MHS “Wh...

“Clowns. Clowns everywhere.”

“Clowns. Clowns everywhere.”

Katyland Facas, Senior Staff Writer

October 25, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Global, News, Tea Time

Over the past few weeks, my worst nightmare has slowly been coming true. Clowns. Clowns everywhere. Real, live, very creepy clowns. Around the country, clown sightings have been on the rise. More and more (obviously insane and very mean people) have been dressing up in their best ax-murderer clow...