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As Seen in the Image: McBay sacrifices his video games, from “Breaking Habits”

Garrett McBay, Assistant Webmaster

February 14, 2014

Living in a neighborhood with a handful of kids, growing up occasionally got a little boring. However, this changed after the year my parents decided to buy a Playstation 2. Ever since, I have been hooked on video gaming, probably at an unhealthy amount. Some days, I come home, study a little, and then pla...

As Seen in the Image: Girls volleyball continues to obtain recognition for State-winning season

As Seen in the Image: Girls volleyball continues to obtain recognition for State-winning season

January 26, 2014

From the Pic of the Month: seniors Maggie and Jackie Scott talk with Digital Media Editor Katie Blackstone about recognition received by the State champion Lady Lancers volleyball team. Download the Aurasma app on Apple/Android, follow the LHSImage channel to see the video pop off the page of the...

As Seen in The Image: Students, staff weigh in on grading practices

As Seen in The Image: Students, staff weigh in on grading practices

Image Staff

December 13, 2013

In lieu of Melissa Schumacher's Letter to the Editor to, The Image asked staff and students to share their opinions on the Rockwood School District's potential/implemented grading practices Schumacher expressed concern about. "Due dates for class work may not be enforced" "As far as the not enforcing ...

As Seen in The Image: Making a Garter-Stitch Scarf, from “DIY: Fall Flavors & Fashion”

Alaina Strollo, Reporter

October 28, 2013

Learning to cast-on is the first step to success in knitting. First, buy your needles and yarn. Depending on what you’re making, the size of needle and preference of yarn may change, but for beginners, larger needles require less skill. Then, loop the yarn into a “pretzel shape,” creating...

As Seen in The Image: Pushing cancer to the sidelines, from “Think Pink”

Megan Rigabar, Reporter

October 18, 2013

Lafayette football players are helping tackle breast cancer this season. “First of all, a lot of our players are wearing pink to show support, and secondly, we’re having kids go around at this next game collecting money from the fans to donate,” Tom Beckmeyer, freshmen football coach, said The footba...

New Year, New You

Hannah Marshall, Reporter

January 25, 2013

Activities for a Healthier You! Swimming/ Swimming is a great way to get a cardiovascular workout. It is one of the best exercises for your body because it is non-weight bearing. With a just a half hour of doing the Breaststroke, the lowest intensity stroke, 180 calories can be burned. From a lo...

As seen in the Dec. 14 Image

December 14, 2012

As Seen on TV, pg. 16; Avery Cantor and McKayla Treat Animal Planet’s “I Shouldn’t be Alive” reenacts unbelievable tales in which survivors are faced with life threatening situations and how they survive them. Although most episodes deal with human survival against nature, senior Cece Ekl...

As seen in the Nov. 9 Image

November 9, 2012

Connecting Lafayette from A to Z, pg. 10-11; McKayla Treat For juniors Christian Baehr and Savanna King, their small world story takes place in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where their cousins got married. They had no idea that their cousins were marrying each other until the day of the wedding. "I was ...

As seen in the May 18 Image

As seen in the May 18 Image

May 18, 2012

 May 18, 2012 Print Edition   In Foreign Territory (p. 8-9) Taylor Strader, guest writer from Rockwood Summit High School With a schedule that stays constant from day to day, who would not want to experience a change from the everyday life at school? On a daily basis, I find myself in t...

As seen in the April 27 Image

As seen in the April 27 Image

April 27, 2012

April 27, 2012 Print Edition Opportunity Comes Knocking (p. 5) Claire Norfleet, Reporter Students host a fundraiser, attempting to break the Gunness World Record for largest knockout game.  Thomas Heney films a promotional, featured to the right, video for the record-breaking attempt. TBL provides sta...

As Seen in the March 15 Image

As Seen in the March 15 Image

Sydnee Stottlemyre, Reporter

March 15, 2012

March 15, 2012 Print Edition Second Generation Lancers (p. 7) Sydnee Stottlemyre, Reporter KELSEY CLAYMAN AND JIM CLAYMAN Biggest Change at LHS: Clayman names several changes Lafayette has gone through, including the old Crestview location, the school previously only housing grades 10-12,...

As seen in the Feb. 24 Image

As seen in the Feb. 24 Image

Danielle Slauter, Asst. Entertainment Editor

February 24, 2012

February 24, 2012 Print Edition Reaching New Grounds (p.19) Plans to renovate Gateway Arch grounds arise Alex La Mar & Robert Hiller, Reporters An effort by CityArchRiver 2015 tp renovate the Gateway Arch grounds to coincide with its 50th anniversary will begin construction in late 2013 or e...

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