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Five Questions: Markus Stauder

Five Questions: Markus Stauder

Kate Golder, Reporter
December 6, 2016
Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

Every couple weeks The Image goes around asking students random questions in order to get to know them a little better. This week sophomore Markus Stauder was profiled! Q: What's your favorite Adam Sandler movie and why? Stauder: "The one where he was a hockey player but then he started playing ...

Five Questions: Myiah Hall

Five Questions: Myiah Hall

Jessie Cargill, Webmaster
November 28, 2016
Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

Every couple of weeks, The Image goes in search for a new someone and asks them five random questions. In this case, junior Myiah Hall took on the bate. 1. Do you sing in the shower? Hall: "I love singing in the shower; I feel like I'm Beyoncé in there." 2. What is the scariest horror movie yo...

Out and About: Six Flag’s Holiday in the Park

Out and About: Six Flag’s Holiday in the Park

November 19, 2016
Filed under Features, Out and About

Six Flags has always offered seasonal attractions to accommodate with the weather and the holidays. In the summer, they offer their water rides in Hurricane Harbor, and the fall season brings their beloved Fright Fest. This year, Six Flags will be presenting their first Christmas themed attraction with...

Five Questions: Lily Glazer

Five Questions: Lily Glazer

Erin Coogan, Assistant Cover Story Editor
November 18, 2016
Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

In order to get to know the students at Lafayette a little better, lancerfeed decided to ask students around the school five questions about themselves. This time, we talked to junior Lily Glazer. This is what she had to say. 1. Do you want to go out of town for college and why? Glazer: "I either...

New Greenhouse up and running

New Greenhouse up and running

Brinlee Frazier, Encore editor
November 14, 2016
Filed under Features, What's up with that?

Built last school year, the Lafayette High School greenhouse proudly stand on the western side of the school. Walking by the new structure, some notice that it looks abandoned and unused; however that is not true. "The greenhouse is up and running now," Principal John Shaughnessy said, "FACS classes...

Quiz: What holiday are you?

Quiz: What holiday are you?

Anna James, Editor in Chief
November 2, 2016
Filed under Quizzes, Top Stories

 

Five Questions: Clayton Hornberger

Five Questions: Clayton Hornberger

Emily DiCarlo, reporter
October 20, 2016
Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

Five Questions is a small survey given to students at Lafayette in which the selected student answers five random questions. Here are senior Clayton Hornberger's responses. 1. What is the worst brand of soda? Clayton Hornberger: "Can I say something controversial?...Coca-Cola or Pepsi." 2. Is...

Out and About: Sherman Beach

Out and About: Sherman Beach

Nick Horstmann, Cover Story Editor
October 18, 2016
Filed under Out and About, Top Stories

Located near the popular hangout spots such as Castlewood State Park and Zombie Road, Sherman Beach offers many of the same features and others that make it unique. This park is located past Ridge Meadows Elementary at the very end on Ridge Road in the once popular railroad town of Sherman. Upon...

Sound Off

Sound Off

Suzy Blalock, Reporter
October 17, 2016
Filed under Features, Photo Opinion

Five Questions: Amber Spriggs

Five Questions: Amber Spriggs

Suzy Blalock, News & Features Reporter
October 10, 2016
Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

To learn more about all of the students at Lafayette, The Image has set out to ask Five Questions to as many as possible. Here's senior Amber Spriggs' responses to some interesting questions! What's your favorite place to escape to? Amber Spriggs: "Probably the Wolf because I go there to stud...

Out & About: The Hawthorne Inn

Out & About: The Hawthorne Inn

Kate Golder, Reporter
October 4, 2016
Filed under Features, Top Stories

When I was asked by my mom where I wanted to go out to eat for my 18th birthday, I immediately thought: The Hawthorne Inn. My family has been regulars at this family-owned restaurant for years since my mom got a teaching job in the elementary school (that caters it out quite frequently) near the Inn....

What’s up with that?

What’s up with that?

Emily DiCarlo, Reporter
September 29, 2016
Filed under Features, What's up with that?

Students have always held out on a secret hope that their teacher will not show up for class, therefore giving them the freedom to return home and skip class for the rest of the day. Some people have their doubts about the validity of this claim, considering no one in the recorded history of Lafayette...