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Lafayette High School news. Student-run.

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Listen In: Heart Health Month sparks reflections on soccer tryouts

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor February 8, 2023

When sophomore Thomas Steiger woke up on the morning of soccer tryouts, he wasn't expecting to end the day in the hospital. Athletic trainer Eric Doherty used an AED on Steiger to stabilize him until the...

Listen In: Student experienced cultural shifts with Japanese-American family, move to America

Juli Mejia, Editor In Chief October 25, 2022

Ever since she came back from Japan, freshman Akiko Field has seen notable differences in American culture. From differences in culture at home and school to differences in overall experience, Field talks...

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Listen In: Asian American, Pacific Islander Month inspires pride in culture

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor May 20, 2022

Sophomore Chris Songco discusses growing up in a Philippine household and how it has affected him. Along with this, Songco discusses balancing growing up with both American and Philippine cultures.

Listen In: Book promotes autism awareness, acceptance

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor April 21, 2022

Language arts teacher Melissa Schumacher discusses the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon and how it allows students to understand autism from the perspective of the...

To recognize Black History Month, the library created a display of diverse books. Reading books with diverse characters can be a way to widen perspectives.

Listen In: Taking a pause during Black History Month

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor February 26, 2022

Guidance Department Chair Terence Small discusses Black History Month. Small talks about how reflecting back on all the different parts of history will let people see history through a more diverse lens...

College and Career counselors Alex Dusenberry and Sarah Hicks speak about what they do at their office and how they can help seniors decide which college option benefits them the most. The seniors met during AcLab on Aug. 26 to learn information about the upcoming school year.

Listen In: Traditional vs. non-traditional college options

Sam Haney November 29, 2021

College and career counselors Sarah Hicks and Alex Dusenberry discuss what students can do after high school. From the traditional two-year or four-year college route to a trade school or an apprenticeship,...

Halloweens originated from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain and formally became introduced in the United States in the mid 1800s, according to the History website.

Listen In: Halloween brings friends, families closer together

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor October 29, 2021

Art teacher Lauren Sakowski and sophomore Sarah Ebenezer both grew up making costumes with their moms. Now, Sakowski does this with her own children while Ebenezer started creating her...

To fit with her classroom decoration, Stephanie Hruby has bins with holes in them as her phone boxes. These allow students to see their phones, along with providing a decorative way for the phones to stay away from students for the class period.

Listen In: Math teacher shares experience utilizing ‘phone boxes’ during class

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor September 24, 2021

Stephanie Hruby has been teaching at Lafayette for 13 years. Over that time, with the rising popularity of cellphones, she developed a way to prevent students from using them unnecessarily in class...

On Art Hill in Forest Park, a special memorial for the 9/11 anniversary displays nearly 7,500 American flags — one for each of the nation’s men and women killed in military combat since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, as well as the 412 first responders who died in the line of duty that day. Lafayette held its own Patriot Day Ceremony on Sept. 10 .

Listen in: Science teacher Shannon Campbell shares 9/11 memories

Sonya Sud, Assistant Editor in Chief September 10, 2021

In this episode of  The Lancer Feed's Listen In Podcast, staff reporter Sonya Sud talks with science teacher Shannon Campbell, who shared her story about 9/11. Campbell's husband worked at a company office...

In wake of the Astros cheating scandal, the MLB needs to create harsher punishments for teams in order to deter them from cheating.

Listen In: Predictions for upcoming MLB season

Vijay Viswanathan March 18, 2021

In this episode, staff reporter Vijay Viswanathan sits down with junior Tom Richards to discuss his predictions for the upcoming Major League Baseball (MLB) season, which begins on April 1, 2021. Listen...

Listen in: Business teacher explains Shop Local

Listen in: Business teacher explains ‘Shop Local’

Samantha Haney, Opinions Editor February 18, 2021

In this episode, staff reporter Samantha Haney talks to business teacher Holly Green about what 'shop local' means and how we can participate in our own communities. Listen in was created as an outlet...

Both freshman Yasmin Hassan and sophomore Pooja Reddy are first generation Americans, both of their parents came to the Unites States in hopes of pursuing a better life for their children.

Listen in: Lancers gain insight from life as first generation Americans

Juli Mejia and Chloe Baker April 3, 2020

“There's this stereotypical thing where you don’t have a culture and you do have a culture. So there’s never really a right place to stand. I ‘d rather have my kids live how I live and see how...

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