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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


Filed under Additional Information, As Seen In The Image, Club Spotlight, Features, Top Stories

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 ...

Celebrate National United Nations Day with Model UN club

Celebrate National United Nations Day with Model UN club

Hayden Cottrell, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features, Top Stories

On Wed. Oct. 25, the United States will celebrate National United Nations Day. The day aims to make citizens aware of the goals and achievements of the United Nation. Students at Lafayette can celebrate this day by joining the Model United Nations (Model UN) club.   “Lafayette has been part...

HOSA members take home awards at State

HOSA members take home awards at State

Brinlee Frazier, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2016


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features, School News

Lafayette's HOSA (Future Health Professionals) recently returned from the State competition in Rolla, MO. The competition went well. Copious Lafayette HOSA participants received awards. These students were awarded for their performances in the following categories: CERT Skills (Disaster relief skills):...

Club Spotlight: Vox Solus is not your average choir

Club Spotlight: Vox Solus is not your average choir

Jennifer Butler, Opinions Editor

May 8, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

The students take a breath. They've never done this before. They sit quietly before being called up to the stage. They stand in front of the audience, nervous and bubbling with excitement. One of them counts off: “One, two, one, two, three, four,” and the group jumps into Katy Perry’s “Firework.” Lafayette...

Club Spotlight: Bonjour, il est le Club Français! (French Club)

Anna James, Editor In Chief

May 7, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

A club that tends to lay low at Lafayette is the French Club. Although the club is open to all students and has been around as longer than Madame Luerding has taught at Lafayette, it seems to go unnoticed by a lot of foreign language students. “I’m hoping for the word to get out next year about...

Club Spotlight: Equestrian Club

Delaney Eyermann, Webmaster

April 28, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

Equestrian Club is relatively new and on the rise. Many people participate in the sport commonly known as horseback riding, so senior Sydney Lintner saw it fitting to start an equestrian club for the many riders here at Lafayette. Lintner hadn’t realized just how many fellow equestrians there were...

Club Spotlight: Latin Club

Jack Rogan, Life Editor

April 8, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

One of the smaller, less-known clubs at Lafayette is Latin Club. While Latin Club is technically a club representing the Latin language, it also is open to students who are not involved with the language. Latin teacher Richard Esswein sponsors the club and describes it as more of a social atmosphere...

Club Spotlight: Artists Guild

Amanda Shaw, Asst. Webmaster

March 31, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

Students choose to express themselves through art by dancing, singing and acting—all activities available through classes, clubs and teams. One club is the Artists Guild. Artists Guild is an art club open to all students from all grade levels. Members get the opportunity to see guest artists, learn...

Club Spotlight: Model UN

Kaitlyn Wylie, Feed Editor

March 10, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

It’s hard to be completely clueless about global issues in this day and age when everything is out in the open on the news and social media. Even with the myriad of opportunities to educate oneself about the world, many people do not take the time to research those issues. However, there are a...

Club Spotlight: Undefined, more than just a club

Megan Rigabar, Webmaster

March 9, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

Lafayette boasts a colossal list of extracurricular clubs that seems to encompass any and all hobbies and interests students may have. However, until last year Lafayette lacked an improvisation (improv) group on its catalog of clubs. Undefined, Lafayette’s resident improv troupe, was formed during...

Club Spotlight: Anime club, more than meets the animated eye

Elly Levy, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

Books, movies, discussions and arguments out the wazoo. Every Wednesday, the Anime Club members meet to share their extensive knowledge of the classical work of the Japanese-animated world. Every week, this group comes together to discuss the latest anime trends including art, books and movies. Occasionally,...

Club Spotlight: Tuesday Night Rock Band

Club Spotlight: Tuesday Night Rock Band

Anna Preuss, Reporter

February 27, 2015


Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

The many clubs of Lafayette exist to help students express themselves outside of the classroom. With all the musical talent at Lafayette, it is only fitting to have a club where kids can learn and perform new music for the school. This is exactly what Tuesday Night Rock Band (TNRB) does. Harry Young,...

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