Word on the Street: PARCC Testing

William Dillinder and Leland Spangler

April 30, 2015

  *Here at MSHS Mass Media we have been rather busy finishing the yearbook, we regret that we couldn't bring this to you sooner. However, in light of the coming tests next week, we could not pass up the opportunity to share this with you. In the above presentation regarding state mandated...

A Manitou Sided Story

Preparing for the infamous

William Dillinder, Writer

April 23, 2015

This year marks many firsts in Manitou's arts department: a first for a full symphony program, a first for multiple new directors, a first for part time drama directors, and a first for a musical encompassing all of the arts programs that the school has to offer. In the biggest production that...

Mustangs advance to semi-finals after tight game

Kassidee Palmer (10) and Angala Jensen (11) cannot contain their excitement after a tense, close game against Eaton. The entire game, neither team had more than a four point lead, and Manitou pulled ahead in the last few seconds of the game.

William Dillinder and Leland Spangler

March 13, 2015

    Last night the Mustangs defeated Eaton in the state quarter finals. The fourth seeded Manitou fought an extremely close game against the fifth seeded Eaton Reds. The score never wavered past a 4 point lead for either team. The entire game had been series after series of h...

Excelling through the arts

Even during his unfilled free block, Mr.Leve is working on music for the coming years.  Here he is captured transposing modern pop music into football game rally music for next year.

William Dillinder, Writer

March 5, 2015

  Upon passing by the band room on an early Tuesday morning, one may be serenaded by the sounds of complete chaos: randomization of scales, eardrum shattering attempts at “high C’s” in the trumpet section, and the flamboyant display of percussive obnoxiousness can all culminate into a cataclysm...

(General)ly Speaking dispatches “The General”

Dillinder has been drumming since 6th grade but his music career started in kindergarten when he began to learn piano. Dilinder's drumming technique was altered to account for the cramped space and changed set up,

William Dillinder and Leland Spangler

February 11, 2015

Welcome to The Prospector's first ever Tiny Desk Concert! This is an event where The Prospector brings talented musicians into the school's radio room for a miniature concert. They record, interview, and experience an afternoon in the life of the student musician. This article will feature "The G...

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