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The best trip I ever took with Stella Chang

The best trip I ever took with Stella Chang

Hayden Cottrell, Lifestyle Editor

February 22, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Two years ago, Stella Chang, junior, got the opportunity to visit her mother's hometown, Kunming China, and her grandparents. Chang normally only communicates with her grandparents through Skype. "I rarely get to see them other than Skype, so it was exciting to see them in person," Chang said. Kunming...

Mr. LHS 2019

Mr. LHS 2019

Jackie Day, Videographer

February 21, 2019


Filed under Top Stories, Video, Video

Thirteen Lancers will compete for the title of Mr. LHS on Friday, Feb. 22 in the theatre. Last year, Will Gerretsen, Mr. Undefined, claimed the title of Mr. LHS.

MOVIE MANIAC reviews Glass

MOVIE MANIAC reviews Glass

Jacob Ward, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Reviews, Top Stories

Glass is the newest film by director M. Night Shyamalan. Starring James McAvoy who plays Kevin Wendell Crumb, and reprises his 23 split personality characters. Also starring Bruce Willis as David Dunn, Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, AKA Mr. Glass, Anya Taylor-Joy reprising her role from Split, C...

Listen in: Love advice from freshmen

Listen in: Love advice from freshmen

Grace Kirtley, Chloe Baker, and Jack Weaver

February 14, 2019


Filed under Podcasts, Top Stories

In this episode of Listen in, Grace Kirtley dives into high school love advice with freshman Aashish Allu and Jessica Watts. With topics ranging from best Valentine's gifts to how to help a heartbroken friend Allu and Watts share their perspective of love with the Lafayette community. Listen in was...

Five Questions with Ashley Shaw, horseback rider

Five Questions with Ashley Shaw, horseback rider

Melina Hudak, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019


Filed under Features, Five Questions, Top Stories

Senior Ashley Shaw answered the following questions about her experience riding horses: What originally got you interested in riding horses? My sister and I have been obsessed with horses ever since we were little kids, and when I turned five, my parents finally signed both of us up for riding le...

Rockwood Summer Academy registration begins March 6

Rockwood Summer Academy registration begins March 6

Travis Bodell and Lourdes Hindi

February 13, 2019


Filed under News, School News, Top Stories

Registration for Rockwood's Summer Academy will open on March 6. Classes will be held at Lafayette, as well as Rockwood Summit. Students can enroll in Summer Academy classes for multiple reasons. The program allows students to take classes like Art Fundamentals, Personal Finance and Business, Personal...

Boys basketball defeats Parkway South on Senior Night

Boys basketball defeats Parkway South on Senior Night

Jack Weaver and Grace Kirtley

February 13, 2019


Filed under Photos, Sports, Top Stories, Winter Sports

Following their Senior Night celebration on Feb. 8, boys basketball defeated Parkway South 66-55, adding the 10th win to their record. Junior Ryan Campbell leads the Lancers in points, with a total of 356 points on Feb. 13....

College Board redesigns AP World History curriculum

College Board redesigns AP World History curriculum

Amisha Paul and Delaney Stulce

February 13, 2019


Filed under Features, In-Depth, Top Stories

After the conclusion of the 2018-2019 school year, the College Board will eliminate the entire first half of the AP World History curriculum. The course, which currently splits world history dating back 10,000 years into 6 sections, will now only cover the latter 3 sections beginning at 1200 C.E... to read more, click on the graphic above....

OPINION: MLB change reflects long-needed recognition

OPINION: MLB change reflects long-needed recognition

Morgan Vehige, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Top Stories

Over the last few weeks, Major League Baseball (MLB) has been abuzz with new rule changes and rumors flying around unconfirmed. One rule change that is here to stay, isn’t much of a rule at all. The MLB’s disabled list is now instead called the injured list. The injured list will still h...

Girls basketball hosts Marquette for Senior Night

Girls basketball hosts Marquette for Senior Night

Sophia Scheller, Staff Writer

February 9, 2019


Filed under Photos, Sports, Top Stories, Winter Sports

On Feb. 7 the girls basketball team hosted Marquette for Senior Night and Girls Love Hoops Night.  Seniors Tara Robbe, Emily Wilson and Sydnie Wolf combined for 32 points of the teams 52 points. Although the seniors scoring effort helped the Lancers, it wasn't enough to hold off the Mustangs as they los...

Rockwood School District chooses new Superintendent

Rockwood School District chooses new Superintendent

Delaney Stulce, News and Features Editor

February 8, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

On Feb. 7, Rockwood School District (RSD) announced Dr. Mark Miles as the new Superintendent. Miles will take place of the current RSD Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost on July 1, 2019. Miles currently works as Superintendent in the Indian Hill Exempted School District in Cincinnati, OH. During his time ...

Freshmen host Winter Carnival

Freshmen host Winter Carnival

Chloe Baker, Web Editor

February 7, 2019


Filed under Photos, Top Stories

Friday Jan. 26 the freshman class hosted a Winter Carnival, the event was open to the community. Many Lafayette clubs such at National Honor Society (NHS), and Key club had volunteers.

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