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Perseverance with a Purpose

Perseverance with a Purpose

Derek Katzer and Ashley Tindall

December 20, 2019

It’s that time of year again. Snow is falling, the temperature is dropping and people are preparing for a New Year. As 2019 comes to an end, the time of resolutions and promises approaches. What is a New Year’s Resolution? For some, New Year’s resolutions are a tradition. For others...

Do students at LHS prioritize a healthy lifestyle?

Do students at LHS prioritize a healthy lifestyle?

Ashley Tindall

December 20, 2019

  A healthy lifestyle is something students are always told they should lead. From health class to the news, it can be found anywhere but in every place there’s a different definition. So which ones are students supposed to believe? The Bell staff discussed the topic of a healthy life...

It’s OK, Boomer

It’s OK, Boomer

Sidney Lowry

December 20, 2019

In the past three months, I’ve heard “OK boomer” a countless amount of times. I go to open my Instagram – “OK Boomer.” I scroll through TikTok – “OK Boomer.” It’s driving me nuts. At first, I didn’t know what it meant. I Googled it and immediately over 95 ...

Not in Toon…Tune?

Not in Toon…Tune?

Zahra Khan

December 20, 2019

Do you ever feel like you want to relive your childhood all over? Those days where you would watch Looney Toons all day, your mom would bring you your favorite dinosaur nuggets that were the best thing ever, nothing could top that. Some things you remembered as a kid were different from ho...

Overdoin’ It

Overdoin’ It

Alyah Craig

December 20, 2019

With the Christmas season rapidly approaching, the thought of extravagant presents has been on my mind for way too long. And no, I’m not talking about my list of wishes, I’m talking about my need to give anything and everything to those around me. Believe me, it’s a legitimate probl...

Let’s Hear it for the Boy

Let’s Hear it for the Boy

Regan Johnston

December 20, 2019

My head is spinning. I finally get an outlet to say words that always seem stuck in the pit of my stomach: “I’m transgender.” If I couldn’t say it before, how can I possibly say it now? What if I talked about how every time someone refers to me as “she” I mentally flinc...

Mismanaged Time Management

Mismanaged Time Management

Liz Gammon

December 20, 2019

Time and I have never really gotten along. Ask any one of my friends, relatives, or even teachers and they’ll second that notion. In fact, I was recently threatened with an in-school suspension from the counseling office, which would permanently taint my record with my bad habit. This...

Last Race for Liberty

Last Race for Liberty

Anthony Savastino

December 20, 2019

A couple of weeks ago on November 16, I was faced with the last cross country race I would run in high school. It was at Nike Cross Regionals in Terre Haute, Indiana and our race consisted of 500 runners from all around the Midwest. I walked into the race like any other runner: stressed. H...

English Teacher Leslie Muench

Jenna Henderson

December 20, 2019

Freshman Addison Carrillo “Muench differentiates from other teachers at LHS. Not only is she the StuCo leader, but she puts enthusiasm into whatever she is doing. I would say one of Muench’s focuses would be that students understand what is going on in her class and if they didn...

Technology Specialist Tod King

Technology Specialist Tod King

Regan Johnston

November 8, 2019

Senior Alex Carrol “We talk about all kinds of things: Star Wars, Star Trek and how computers work. I like his personality, he knows how to laugh. We have the same sense of humor, bad puns and computer jokes.” Senior Elliot Lundy “He just helps me with a lot of computer-based ...

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