The Game – by Alexis Messina

As the cold fall wind blew through the crisp air, brown leaves scattered across the lawn of the desolate house that stood in front of us. Glancing at my best friend Jason and back to my sister, I immediately regretted my decision to tag along. The house looked as if it was 100 years old,…

Peering Eyes of the Darkness – by Chloe Rich

The placid aura of the city night gave Stella chills as she walked along the cracking sidewalk. With everything blurred and smudged from the wet droplets pouring from the grey clouds above, the city looked like a watercolor painting . The buildings reflected the barely lit streetlight glow back into the air of the cold…

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…

Crusade the Grade! – by Antony Rossi & Linda Huynh-Nguyen

Crusade the Grade is a new peer tutoring program held in the MMHS Library Media Center to help freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors alike with a subject they’re struggling in. This new program started on November 23. You can attend during any of the following periods: B, C, E, F, G, or H. The peer…

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,…