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As Seen In The Image: Out of this World

As Seen In The Image: Out of this World

Alex Rozar, Opinions Editor

February 11, 2019

Andy Klesh graduated from Lafayette High School in 2001. Now, 18 years later, Klesh’s work as a Chief Engineer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) has helped to bring scientific advancements to Mars. Check out our story on Page 17 of the Image Magazine's February issue for more. ...

As Seen In The Image: MoDOT, Wildwood collaborate on improvement plans for 109

As Seen In The Image: MoDOT, Wildwood collaborate on improvement plans for 109

Jack Weaver and Delaney Stulce

December 14, 2018

Next spring, the City of Wildwood and the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin construction on Route 109 between Highway 100 and Manchester Road. The construction will widen the Route 109 bridge over Highway 100, as well as adding two roundabouts. A pedestrian tunnel will also be cons...

As Seen In The Image: Taste Tester Bubble Gum Edition

As Seen In The Image: Taste Tester Bubble Gum Edition

Jacob Ward and Grayden Kurtz

December 14, 2018

Grayden Kurtz and Jacob Ward taste test different brands of bubble gum and give their feedback on their findings.

As Seen In The Image: Worst Holiday Experiences

As Seen In The Image: Worst Holiday Experiences

Natalie Karlsson, Lifestyle Editor

December 14, 2018

The holidays are a time for joy and spending time with family. Sometimes, the holidays turn into some sort of disaster. These Lafayette students share their worst holiday experiences.

As Seen In The Image: New clubs at LHS

As Seen In The Image: New clubs at LHS

Jasmin Kim, Ad Manager

October 25, 2018

Spanish Club This year, Spanish teachers Debbie Wright Kempen and Caralyn Harmon suggested forming a Spanish club. The club's goal is to bring Spanish outside of classrooms and allow students to engage more deeply with the language. President of the club, junior Parker Ockerhausen said, "The purpose of the club is to take a step further ...

Intercultural awareness club aims to “open eyes of Lafayette”

Intercultural awareness club aims to “open eyes of Lafayette”

Grace Kirtley, Web Editor

September 21, 2018

The intercultural awareness club is a newly founded club aimed at understanding and enjoying the different cultures found throughout Lafayette. Seniors Sanjana Kumar and Anna Karner studied abroad in Japan and afterward wanted to learn of more cultures with their friends. “It actually st...

My Grandma Rocks

My Grandma Rocks

Addie Watson, Assistant Sports Editor

April 27, 2018

Christel Donley, Siena Meyrer’s grandma, doesn’t dance but she definitely stays fit. Donley participates in track and field events at the age of 83. She got into track and field when she was about 13 and living in Germany, but moved to the United States in 1968. “There wasn’t much to do at the time, be...

As Seen In The Image: March 29 Issue

As Seen In The Image: March 29 Issue

March 29, 2018

The following content accompanies the March 29 issue of The Image.

As Seen In The Image: Lafayette’s Dirtiest Secrets

As Seen In The Image: Lafayette’s Dirtiest Secrets

Jack Weaver and Amisha Paul

November 10, 2017

We swabbed different areas around the school to see just how quickly germs can grow on everyday surfaces. This slideshow consists of additional tests we didn't include on page six of the print edition....

Being an immigrant in Trump’s America

Being an immigrant in Trump’s America

Shwetha Sundarrajan, Reporter

October 13, 2017

"Terrorist! ISIL sympathizer! Go back to your own country!" I sat at my desk, shell-shocked. How could such accusations come out of someone's mouth? In my seventeen years of living in the United States, I had never encountered such vile words, until now. My beautiful brown skin had never warranted...

As Seen In The Image: Teachers’ Desks

As Seen In The Image: Teachers’ Desks

October 13, 2017

Many classrooms around the school have been decorated with special items or decorations. This video, which accompanies Issue 2 of the Image, shows some of these special classrooms and what motivated teachers to design their rooms in such ways.

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