Champions: A Track Team Story – by Griffin Auciello

What is it that makes a champion? Some may say heart, others may say talent, and many will say athleticism. What makes a champion can be perceived many different ways in the world of sports. However, one thing that cannot be debated is that the Manchester Memorial Boys Indoor Track and Field team is certainly…

The MMHS Hall of Fame – by Jacob Brahm & Patrick Deary

The Memorial Hall of Fame was first created in 1994 by the MMHS Assembly Committee which was a student group made up of more than 300 students. “We were thinking, well what else could we do, what doesn’t exist here” said Ted Menswar, a retired English teacher here at Memorial who, at the time of…

MMHS Family Feud! – by Antony Rossi

Starting on Friday, December 18, our very own Mr. Adamakos will be hosting an assembly that he has been working on for just over a year now: the MMHS Family Feud! This competition is a game show currently hosted by Steve Harvey that includes two families of five contestants each competing to win the grand prize…

MMHS is Feeling the Bern! – by Jacob Hurley

Political apathy is the thing tearing this country apart. As more and more young people fail to vote, the result is that a large percentage of the population remains unrepresented. The people that do vote end up choosing our leaders in the Congress, Presidency, and State, but if all the people that didn’t went out…

DECA Fall Leadership Conference – by Antony Rossi

On Monday, October 26, 2015, Manchester Memorial’s DECA chapter attended the Fall Leadership Conference at the Southern New Hampshire University campus. Included in this event exclusively for DECA members around New Hampshire was the opportunity to attend an initial opening speech from the New Hampshire DECA Officers, a keynote speech by Tennessee native Amy Gallimore,…

Girls Volleyball City Champs! – by Griffin Auciello

It has been a tough season for the Manchester Memorial Girls Varsity Volleyball team, and it has recently wrapped up so it is time to take a look back and reflect on the whirlwind season that is now behind them. The girls officially finished the 2015 season with their last practice this past Friday. It…

Report on a Mayoral Town Hall Meeting – by Jacob Brahm

Recently there was a mayoral town hall meeting at Hillside Middle School. Both Alderman Joyce Craig and Mayor Ted Gatsas were present. The differences between the candidates were obvious from the start, with Gatsas walking around to the people already seated, talking with them, and introducing himself. On the other hand, Alderman Craig was seated…

The New MSD High School Bell Schedule- by Antony Rossi

Recently, the Manchester School District announced a new bell schedule for all high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools in the district. Being MMHS students, we will have a slightly lengthened school day starting on November 30, 2015. The days will be just eleven minutes longer, and that will allow for three built in snow…

Memorial’s Pink Out – by Illiana Diaz

On October 9, 2015, Manchester Memorial High School held its annual “Pink-Out” celebration – a coordinated effort to raise breast cancer awareness by wearing as much pink as possible. This project proved successful when the majority of the student population showed up to school dressed in pink. The MMHS Student Council also began the selling…