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Lafayette High School news. Student-run.

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Lafayette Student Publications travels to Boston for National High School Journalism Convention

Vedha Inampudi, Digital Media Assistant Editor November 21, 2023

Lafayette student journalist, senior Adwyta Chelikavada, tours Boston with the rest of Lafayette's Student Publications staff. They went to small neighborhoods, parks and more.

The exchange students at Lafayette span all across the globe, with students from Pakistan, Germany and Spain. The current exchange students at LHS are juniors Lourdes Martin, Julio Palma and Areej Younas.

Exchange students take advantage of new opportunities

Rishit Sohaney, News Staff November 15, 2023

Lourdes Martin: Originally from Saxony, Germany, junior Lourdes Martin decided to be an exchange student after her friends suggested it to her.  “A friend of mine did it last year with the same...

After Saegusas first performance with her hip-hop team in 2020, she holds her personal award for being the most improved. [When] I started, I didnt have any of the right technique, you could see I wasnt used to hip-hop in the beginning, so [that award] was for the most improved, she said.

The Last Time I Stepped Outside of my Comfort Zone: Mia Saegusa

Abby Scott, News Staff November 14, 2023

Dance has always been a passion for senior Mia Saegusa. Throughout her time in middle school, all Saegusa knew was ballet and lyrical dancing. "The most out of my comfort zone that I went in middle...

In her room, junior Kalie McLaughlin practices the chords of Youre On Your Own, Kid, by Taylor Swift. McLaughlin gets most of her  inspiration from Swift during the songwriting process.

Eye on Art: Kalie McLaughlin

Ammu Lanka, News Assistant Editor November 13, 2023

When junior Kalie McLaughlin had a crush in 6th Grade but had to move away, she decided to try out a new method of expressing her feelings by writing song lyrics. “I’ve always had a connection to...

In AcLab, freshman Max Ottinger types his notes on a BrailleNote. SSD teacher Laura Beckhard reads to him from the textbook so he can transfer the notes.

A different view

Samantha Haney, News Multimedia Editor / Legend Social Media Manager November 10, 2023

“Max is like any other kid, he just can’t see,” Ed Ottinger, freshman Max Ottinger’s dad, said. Max lost his vision due to a brain tumor cutting off blood pressure to his optic nerve when he...

At Barnes & Noble, senior Vedika Kumar participated in Blind Date with a Book. During this event, books are wrapped in paper with descriptive words that give a hint about the novel, and individuals are free to choose which one they want to buy.

To the next chapter

Adwyta Chelikavada, News Staff October 27, 2023

Vedika Kumar: Looking to find more enemies to lovers storylines, senior Vedika Kumar made a transition from being a science fiction lover to a romance one. She started reading romance novels at the beginning...

On the hardwood court of Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, Class of 2020 alumni Jack Weaver lays on the court, camera in hand. Weaver has had the opportunity to shoot photos for University of Kentucky games as a member of the Kentucky Kernel.

Take It From Me: Jack Weaver

Eshwar Murali, News Sports Editor October 26, 2023

Despite becoming a finalist for a Hearst Photojournalism National Championship and winning numerous other awards in collegiate photojournalism, Class of 2020 graduate Jack Weaver was not always a photographer....

Class of 2009 graduate Garrett Tripp worked on Tree House, as a second assistant director in Branson, Missouri. He worked on it between college semesters and used it as an opportunity to hone his skills.

Alumni working in LA film, television industry experiences ripple effect of strikes

Samantha Haney, News Multimedia Editor / Legend Social Media Manager October 25, 2023

Since graduating from Lafayette, Class of 2009 graduate Garrett Tripp has been working in the film and television industry for 12 years, starting when he was in college.  As Tripp has gained experience,...

Near the cash registers, Buff City Soap has a collection of facial products and scents geared towards men, along with their recently introduced line of travel sized products. Buff City Soap is located in Chesterfield, about 15 minutes from Lafayette.

Out and About: Buff City Soap

Samantha Haney, News Multimedia Editor / Legend Social Media Manager October 18, 2023

The first step in the door surrounds customers with a multitude of scents, coming from a constantly changing variety of products. Buff City Soap, located off Clarkson Road in Chesterfield, supplies...

At the baseline, math teacher Jason Schneider swings his paddle to return a volley. Schneider has started a staff pickleball group at Lafayette for those interested in playing.

Game On: Jason Schneider

Neel Patil, News Staff October 9, 2023

Although he only started playing in pickleball matches and tournaments this year, math teacher Jason Schneider has been working to create a staff pickleball group at Lafayette. With his newfound interest...

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