Lutz Loves Volunteers

Lutz Loves Volunteers

Lydia Brewer
June 19, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

     Everyone has to start somewhere. Whether it’s volunteering or working for free, the connections that are made with volunteer work eventually lead to bigger and better things. Such is the case with Bob Eckert, the current executive... Read more »

Moving On

Moving On

Christopher Philopena
June 18, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

For three years I have written for the MHS Harbinger trying to the best of my ability to uphold a professional journalistic standard of impartiality, ethics, and objectivity while keeping myself completely absent from the story itself.But this is my last time writing, so I’ll lighten up on... Read more »

Hello & Goodbye

Hello & Goodbye

Kaitlin Maloney, Editor-in-Chief
June 13, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

It seems that the end-of-the-year festivities for juniors are really just preparation for a year full of goodbyes. As we accept our awards and make our senior schedules, we realize that we are coming up on our first lasts. As we become seniors, we will (hopefully) never choose our high school classes... Read more »

Red and White Forever

Red and White Forever

Valeria Popolizio, Idea Generator
June 13, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

Throughout her career, Mrs. Debby Byam, Speech Language-Pathologist, worked at an elementary school in South Windsor for 12 years. Though she has been working at MHS for a short 5 years, she has a great amount of history with the school. Not only did her and her husband graduate... Read more »

Senior Goodbyes

Senior Goodbyes

Merideth Garuder and Lydia Brewer
June 13, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

    Savanna Smith is, and has been one... Read more »

The Struggles of a Halfday Student

The Struggles of a Halfday Student

Nurun Hahar, Managing Editor
June 13, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

It’s 6:50 on Monday morning and you’re waiting in your parents’ car at the Manchester High senior lot. Thirty minutes later, you’re in Hartford.Three hours after that, you’re back on a bus driving through Route 84, trying to balance your lunch on your lap. After this half an hour... Read more »

Top 25 Things to Do This Summer

Top 25 Things to Do This Summer

Teagan & Hannah Mackewicz
June 13, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

1. Sleepover on the beach2.... Read more »

Holding It All Together

Holding It All Together

Kaitlin Maloney
June 4, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

All I can say is, thank goodness for study halls.Juggling school, extracurricular activities, and relationships with friends and family can be overwhelming at times -- especially when you are working two or three afternoons a week. And although some people use study halls to get all of their... Read more »

The Bare Minimum

The Bare Minimum

Christopher Philopena
June 2, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

Ah, the minimum wage. the constant reminder that your employer would, in fact, pay you less if it did not violate state and federal law.Every working student has been asked how much they would like to make in a job application interview. Whether you had aspirations of making double digits every... Read more »

Library Paradise A Great Place To Work

Library Paradise A Great Place To Work

Savanna Smith
June 2, 2014 •
Filed under Harbinger: Online @ Redline

I love that I work with people of all ages at the Mary Cheney Library. Some people are young, working part-time while in college. Others are older, in need of a part-time job. I am not working at some store with a group of my friends from school. I learn from and laugh with people I would have never... Read more »