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Manhasset Mathletes Finish 2nd in the County

Adam Xiao, Senior National/School Sports Editor

March 4, 2018

Filed under News, School/Community News

Manhasset Mathletes notched their highest ever finish in the NCIML competition with a 2nd place finish. They were able to score a perfect 30 points on three of the six competitions. Unfortunately, they came up seven points short...

V-Day Themed PoCoHo

Mary Panetta, Entertainment Editor

February 15, 2018

Filed under News, School/Community News

The most recent PoCoHo event was this Tuesday, February 13th at 7:30 in the black box. With Valentine’s Day on everyone’s mind, many poems were inspired by love and happiness. Michaela Ryan and Jai Nanda were the hosts an...

Aruba: Manhasset in the Caribbean

Quinn Reinhardt

February 13, 2018

Filed under Op-Ed, School/Community News, Travel

With Winter Break approaching, many students are looking forward to their famous wintertime destination - Aruba. Aruba is a special place in the hearts of many students and has a myriad of nicknames, which are vulgar, yet endearing....

9 Students from Mathletes Team Qualify for the Nassau County All Star Team

Adam Xiao, Senior National/School Sports Editor

February 10, 2018

Filed under News, School/Community News

Yesterday, 9 Manhasset students earned a spot on the Nassau County All-Star team. Only the top 50 scorers in the county were eligible to make the team. These students scored at least 21 total points on the 5 NCIML contests: Guanming...

This Valentine’s Day: Spread the Love and Share the Warmth

Gina Frankis

February 4, 2018

Filed under News, School/Community News

It is important around this time of the year to recognize all that we may have to offer to those who are in dire need of simple things such as food and clothing. There are many people who are living without shelter and are forced...

Changes in the School Cafeteria!

Ella Wesson

February 3, 2018

Filed under News, School/Community News

As the second semester is setting in, many students and faculty at the secondary school are noticing some pretty big changes in the building. Firstly, and certainly most astonishingly, there is a new section in the cafeteria that...

Update on the #TeensRespectTeens Club

Mary Panetta, Entertainment Editor

February 3, 2018

Filed under School/Community News

February is the awareness month for teen dating violence, and the #TeensRespectTeens club is making sure Manhasset High School is conscious of the prevalence and seriousness of this issue. The #TeensRespectTeens club was started...

Regular People; Regular Lives: Making Manhasset Safer For All Students

Veronica Larson

January 7, 2018

Filed under Features, News, School/Community News

Mr. Robb Fessler is not only Manhasset’s theatre arts teacher-- he is also one half of the 57th gay couple married in the United States, and an avid member of the LGBTQ+ community.   Before his twelve years of service to Manhas...

Coaching with Charisma

Kelsey Corwen

January 2, 2018

Filed under Features, School Sports, School/Community News

As a young girl, Samantha Lupa always had a passion for sports and children. It is no surprise that today she succeeds in her career as a physical education teacher and is a positive attribute to the Manhasset community. Sa...

The President of the Feminism Club’s Thoughts on “Feminazis”

Julianna Santella

December 21, 2017

Filed under News, School/Community News

Emily Cruz, president of the Manhasset High School Feminism Club, who recently was accepted into Princeton University, shared her views on Feminism and current politics. According to dictionary.com, the definition of Feminism simply m...

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