Going Down in Blades of Glory Under the Zamboni

Going Down in Blades of Glory Under the Zamboni

Kaitlin Maloney
March 9, 2014 •
Filed under Classes, Features, Showcase

Poor Nancy Karryon, played by English teacher Kelly Shea, met her demise at the bottom of a zamboni at the Annual Murder Mystery Dinner, held March 7 in the MHS cafeteria. Ice dancer drama, obsessed fans, a random non-speaking figure skater and one reluctant ESPN ice dancing reporter all combined to... Read more »

Annual Murder Mystery Fundraiser is March 7th

Annual Murder Mystery Fundraiser is March 7th

Kaitlin Maloney
February 27, 2014 •
Filed under Classes, Features, Showcase

The Manchester High School Junior Class of 2015 is hosting the Annual Murder Mystery Pasta Dinner fundraiser on Friday, March 7, 2014 from 5:30 to 8:00pm in the Manchester High School Cafeteria. Written by Mrs. Cecchini and Mrs. Dias, and featuring a star lineup cast... Read more »

MACC Makes Impact In Community

MACC Makes Impact In Community

Alex Reale
December 4, 2013 •
Filed under Features, News, Showcase

The holiday season means many different things to different people. But some things that come to mind are giving, caring, and togetherness, and no organization in town represents these traits better than MACC (Manchester Area Conference of Churches). ... Read more »

Students Weigh In On The School Year, So Far

Students Weigh In On The School Year, So Far

Valeria Popolizio
October 21, 2013 •
Filed under Features, Showcase

Although some freshmen may still be adjusting to high school, they seem to be making the most out of it. For different students, there are different types of transitions between high school and middle school. Freshman Lauren Bairos said she “went to a catholic middle school, so it’s a big... Read more »

Insidious Chapter 2

Insidious Chapter 2

Meredith Gauruder
October 9, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Movies

Insidious, a movie directed by James Wan, included a boy who can leave his body in his sleep and is almost completely overtaken by a demon was released in 2010. His father, who learns he is also able to leave his body, has to go into a place called The Further in order to save his son. Worldwide,... Read more »

MHS Welcomes Interact!

MHS Welcomes Interact!

Nurun Nahar
October 1, 2013 •
Filed under Clubs, Features

The Interact Club is the high school level of the Rotary Foundation. Rotary is a global nonprofit organization that emphasizes community service and promotes world peace. Interact clubs around the country stem from this association and volunteer locally and nationally.... Read more »

Welcome Back Dance Is Saturday

Meredith Gauruder
September 9, 2013 •
Filed under Activities Planning Board, Clubs, Features, Notices, Showcase

Welcome back to another exciting year at Manchester High School! With changes underway, like the IMAGINE theme, and the distribution of student Chromebooks, it is clear that this is going to be a successful school year!The Welcome Back Dance, hosted by the Activities Planning Board, is a great... Read more »

Class of ’68 Back Together Again

Class of ’68 Back Together Again

Kaitlin Maloney
September 8, 2013 •
Filed under Alumni, Features, Showcase

On September 7, 2013, at around 10:45 a.m., many of Manchester High School's Class of 1968 stepped foot inside the school for the first time since graduation, 45 years ago.Led by student tour guides Teagan Welch, Nikki Pirtel, Megan Boyer, Tiease Furze, Michelle Hegenauer and Kaitlin Maloney,... Read more »

Summer Leadership Conference Offers Surprises, Lessons

Summer Leadership Conference Offers Surprises, Lessons

KAITLIN MALONEY, Editor
July 29, 2013 •
Filed under Features

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”― Maya... Read more »

Mid-Summer Reflections By Student Columnist Kaitlin Maloney

Mid-Summer Reflections By Student Columnist Kaitlin Maloney

Kaitlin Maloney, Editor
July 15, 2013 •
Filed under Features

NOTE: Kaitlin Maloney is editor of the Harbinger and also will write occasional columns for MHSRedline.                 Summer is that time when students look back at the year that was and look ahead to what will be. And certainly... Read more »