Things you can do to stay occupied during…

By Anisha Parida As the world communities continue in their efforts to slow down the spread of the novel Coronavirus, finding ways to stay busy at home has not been an easy task. News feeds…

LGBTQ+ history needs to be taught in schools

By Raewyn Kraybill Schools across America are lacking in their history curriculum, failing to teach about all parts of history, especially the more controversial ones. LGBTQ events are often overlooked and ignored, and textbooks used…

How MTHS students feel about the transition to…

By Max Aurilio As of April 6th 2020, MTSD has transitioned to online learning through the use of platforms like Schoology and Zoom. While teachers can still interact with students using online platforms, a large…

COVID-19 gives rise to anti-Asian discrimination

By Anisha Parida The outbreak of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, has given rise to numerous issues around the world aside from medical problems. From stock market swings to nationwide quarantines in countries like Italy, the world…

Night to Shine from a volunteer’s perspecive

By Sydney Witwer While many students prepared for the Snowball dance, indoor sports games, or weekend family plans, a worldwide celebration occurred on Friday February 7th. The event known as “Night to Shine” is an…

Mental health at the high school level

By Abby Herbert There is no doubt that mental illness is a rising issue facing teens today, but does Manheim Township really understand how much of a toll school takes on students’ mental health? Rates…

Opinion: Women in leadership

By Sydney Witwer As the new decade begins, humanity should reflect on the overall progress that has been made and the hurdles that are yet to be conquered in the topic of women’s rights. The…