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Molly Brim

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor

Grade: Senior

Pronouns: She/Her

Year on staff: 2

Hobbies and Interests: percussion, guitar, water polo, hanging with friends, photography

Favorite Quote: "We'll be alright." - Harry Styles

Favorite Hot Take: Star Wars franchise is overrated

Fun Fact: I had my wisdom teeth taken out when I was 11

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To manage side effects from the ADHD medication she takes, Stoffel uses different strategies to overcome the loss of appetite or difficulty sleeping. I came up with these systems over time with trial and error. I tried a lot of different strategies until I found some that work, Stoffel said.

Trying to focus

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
April 17, 2023
The Board of Education will review the revisions to the 2023-2024 calendar on Jan. 19.

2023-2024 Rockwood calendar changes

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
January 9, 2023
For special holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, my family and I have certain traditions which some of them we carry on for many years.

Now is the time to make family memories

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
December 20, 2022
Warner swims his fastest time during 100-yard breaststroke event at the Conference Meet Oct. 26. He set a new LHS record with a time of 57.3 seconds.

Swimmer breaks school record from 2016

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
October 31, 2022
The Lafayette Lancers head south down Highway 109 for this year’s Battle of 109 against the Eureka Wildcats on Oct. 7.  Lafayette fell to Eureka 35-14, in the Catpound during last year’s match-up. When the Lancers travel to EHS this year, they will be looking to gain some ground in the annual event, where the Wildcats have a 9-4 advantage. Seniors Baylor Adamovsky and Braden Kladney both scored in last year’s contest and junior Zae Jones led the returning offense in rushing and passing yards. With the rest of the varsity squad, they are working to be ready to face the Wildcats on their turf in hopes of spoiling an EHS Homecoming game. The Superfans will also do their part off the field to get Lancer fans to fill the visitor stands for the 7 p.m. kick-off.

Lancer vs. Wildcat football takes game to new level

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
September 23, 2022
During a swim meet against Francis Howell Central, junior Caleb Warner performs the butterfly stroke. Warner placed 3rd in state last year for 100 meter breaststroke.

Boys swim hopes to improve during current season

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
September 21, 2022
Over the summer, the Undefined teams prepared for the school year practicing some skits. Undefined has added a JV team for the first time in its history.

Redefining Undefined

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
September 8, 2022
In 2019, Class of 2021 Lafayette grad Preston Kellenberger spent hours on hours performing with a percussion group, the Colt Cadets.

Take It From Me: Preston Kellenberger

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
May 11, 2022
School and the future are the two main stressors in my life currently, with trying to be that perfect student.

Blog: Stress isn’t so bad after all

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
April 8, 2022
Despite not having an official language, the majority of households in the United States speak English. However, in the 2020 Census, it was reported that around 21.5% of Americans speak another language at home other than English.

Crossing the Language Barrier

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
April 1, 2022
The Lafayette Competition Cheer team faced off against 12 other teams in their division Feb.19 in three different categories.

Bring It On

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
February 25, 2022
In the 2020-2021 school year, the AMPED class designed their own skateboards at the end of the school year.


Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
January 12, 2022
Amy White graduated in 2003 and she is now a teacher at Lafayette. Both as a student and as a teacher, White has been involved in different activities and organizations.

Take it From Me: Amy White

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
December 8, 2021
Candy has long been a staple of Halloween. Reeses Cups took the top spot among Halloween candy in 2021, with Skittles reining as the top Halloween candy in 2019.

Not so Corny

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
October 28, 2021
Seniors eat at Texas Roadhouse on Oct. 3. The group includes seniors Grace Boschert, Nick Boschert, Bennet Bradley, Madi Burgard, Devan Ellison, Anderson Guvvy,  Austin Hammann, Oscar Labit, Corban Leslie, Duron McVean, Blake Ryle and Naomi Wipfler.

Last Time I… beat a record

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
October 27, 2021
When science teacher Frank Consolino is not teaching, Consolino dedicates his time to hanging out with friends and to his TikTok account, mrcsscienceclass, which has gained over 1,000 followers.

Five Questions with Frank Consolino

Molly Brim, Administrative Editor
September 28, 2021
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