October 28, 2020

Dear Editor: Many people have various views on how to teach students in the midst of quarantining. There have been many different opportunities offered for at home learning that have been effective while teaching us. Many students live different lives, for example, my dad has Multip...

Festive Alternatives to Traditional Trick-or-Treating

Festive Alternatives to Traditional Trick-or-Treating

Eliana Dutil, Reporter

October 27, 2020

This year, to say the least, has been a rollercoaster. Just when things might be looking up everything seems to crash and burn. Although it is easy to feel hopelessness in all of the messes 2020 has brought, it is more important than ever to stay hopeful. In order to keep a community positive, it is...

October 20, 2020

Dear Editor: Distance Learning is not easy on many of the students at MSHS. In March when facing this challenge, grades were not looming over our heads.  Personal growth and self motivation drove the school days. In the current situation, stress is a common feeling in everyone. School has always...

October 16, 2020

Dear Editor, Distance Learning has been terrible this year and last. I understand the necessity behind it and wouldn’t want to go back if it meant getting sick, but it is just a major disappointment. Academically, there is a major lack of motivation among everyone, compounded by the conflicting styles fro...

October 16, 2020

Dear Editor: 2020 is a crazy year. We all thought that this would be the great new start of a great new decade. How wrong we were. The new coronavirus COVID-19 has changed almost every facet of people’s lives, from work or school to simply getting groceries. Our own school experience has been affe...

What this year is good for

What this year is good for

Gideon Aigner, Guest Columnist

October 15, 2020

536 C.E. is commonly referred to as “The Worst Year Ever” by medieval scholars. By 2020’s end, there may be some competition in that realm. In order to see why, we need to reflect on our past. In a way, the 2010s were “The 2000s: The Poorly Thought Out Expansion”.  All of the major plot lines w...

Laine Givens: A Different Path to Success

Laine Givens (12) poses with her brother Cade Givens (Class of 2019) and her Marine Corps contract.

Eliana Dutil, Reporter

October 13, 2020

While many seniors at MSHS are frantically finishing college applications and essays today for Colorado Free Application Day, Laine Givens is taking a deep breath.  At 18, Laine, a Manitou Springs senior, enlisted in the Marines and after graduating will leave to start her new life training at Boot C...

October 11, 2020

Dear Editor, As I type this, I sit on my comfortable couch, which sits in the middle of my cozy living room. It’s difficult to accept that we are all here again- sitting at home, waiting for any positive message from our inboxes. I’m sure that many of us were expecting this- I know tha...

October 11, 2020

To the Editor -- The year 2020 will undoubtedly be unforgettable. This past year has been intense with its relentless waves of adversity crashing down on our communities, truly unearthing the honest problems that our families face in crisis. From racial disparities to political uncertainty, and not t...

Manitou Springs High School Faces Remote Learning

Miss. Jackson teaches remotely from her empty classroom Tuesday.

Flor Breuer and Amanda Kerrigan

October 9, 2020

"I think we just kinda have to roll with it as a school community and do our best during these difficult times.”

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