Everything You Need to Know About 2020-21 StuCo Elections

Aiden Coté holds up a sign encouraging Manitou students to stay strong in the midst of the hardships caused by COVID-19

Ben Schwartz, Photo Editor

April 14, 2020

Despite everything occurring with Coronavirus, Manitou Springs High School’s (MSHS) second semester continues despite temporary school closure. Student Body (SB) Elections are still on, and it’s looking to be a fantastic line-up of candidates for the 2020-2021 school year. Each of the position...

Nickels for Noland Brings Community Together in Support of Former Teacher

Mr. Noland walks hand in hand with his youngest son, Ben, after speaking during the assembly.

Sophia McKeown, Warhorse Editor-In-Chief

February 25, 2020

Back in late October of 2019, Nick Noland, a former Manitou Springs Middle School (MSMS) teacher, embarked on a journey that would bring forth tremendous obstacles, while at the same time drawing the Manitou community together in the face of tragedy. Noland was involved in a hiking accident while desce...

Wish Upon A Star: MSHS Completes Their Wish Week

Grace Olson (10) throws up a

Sophia McKeown, Warhorse Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2019

On Monday, March 4th, a long-awaited snow day kicked off Wish Week at MSHS and created a level of excitement among Mustangs that lasted all week long. Wish Week is an annual event held by Student Council in partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation Colorado. This year, the Mustangs helped support a young k...

Craft Time

Craft Time

Adele Goodwin, Henry Ilyasova, and Remi Hayek, Junior Reporters

December 7, 2018

On November 17th, Manitou Springs hosted a Craft Fair that had 71 local vendors. Crafting is a hobby billions of people of people worldwide participate in every single day. Many people express this in different ways: some make bracelets and necklaces out of beads, others could make doors and tables out...

A Crash Course on Consequences

A devastating

Paige and Parker Laurie, Junior Reporters

December 7, 2018

Driving Smart is always a good choice, but what could the consequences of bad driving really be? Student Council answered that question during their DriveSmart week. Kicking off with a carnival on November 16, crash dummies, VR aids, and drunk goggles gave students a taste of what bad driving can be...

Student Council Collects Record Amount of Food for Food Drive

Lizzy Butts (10), Parker Hall (10), Mia Heiniger (9), Jayden Omi (11), Sage Stevens (12) and Coco Stevens (10) gather around a fire to converse and cook hot dogs in the evening.

Cole Sienknecht, Guest Reporter

December 18, 2017

The majority of the student body at Manitou Springs High School loves to enjoy events such as dances, the Drive Smart carnival, and all of the assembly’s that go on throughout the year. But does the student body understand how all of these events come into place? The short answer is, no. STUCO is the...

Drive Smart Engages Student Body to Promote Safe Driving

Tyler Jungbauer (12), John Ives (12), Bora Giyik (12) and Max Piccioni (12) were the winning team of the Think Fast Interactive competition. As a reward, they won a total of $100 worth of Amazon gift cards.

Sita Ahlen, Anela Wright, Zak Talbot, Senior Reporters

December 7, 2017

Each year, Student Council works hard on the annual Drive Smart campaign. Drive Smart's goal is to make students aware of the many dangers surrounded by driving. In the past, Student Council planned the Drive Smart assembly that led students into the carnival. For the two weeks immediately before and a...

Manitou Springs High School Clubs Focus on Collaboration

Lizzy Butts (10), Parker Hall (10), Mia Heiniger (9), Jayden Omi (11), Sage Stevens (12) and Coco Stevens (10) gather around a fire to converse and cook hot dogs in the evening.

Sita Ahlen, Yearbook Editor

August 20, 2017

Manitou Springs High School has an extremely involved student body who are actively participating in several different organizations. These range from student government organizations such as the Student Council, to more academically focused clubs like Math Warriors, to more stimulating clubs su...

Student Body Executive Board Members Announced

The new executive board of Stuco for the 2016-2017 year: Lily Reavis (11), Monique Heiniger (11) and Amelia McKenzie (11). Not Pictured: Andrea Edwards (11).

Sita Ahlen, Sports and Activities Editor

April 26, 2016

On April 22, Manitou Springs High Schools' new student body executive board was announced. After weeks of tireless campaigning, including hanging posters adorned with puns and passing out t-shirts and pins, four students have been voted into office to serve for the 2016-2017 school year. During advisory...

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