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My Chemical Romance The Black Parade Review

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Ari Revella

March 3, 2020

My Chemical Romance is known for being one of the most theatrical and energetic pop-punk bands of the 2000s, and “The Black Parade” is their peak. This is their third and most popular studio album, following their second album, “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge.” My Chemical Romance was...

Are students aware of their options after high school?

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Emma Stauffer

March 3, 2020

Staff Vote - Yes: 12  No: 7 From attending college, going to a trade or vocational school, joining the military or becoming a part of the workforce, students have many options after leaving LHS. There are many educational paths to achieve each of these, and LHS offers many resourc...

What Now?

What Now?

Regan Johnston and Emma Stauffer

March 3, 2020

Deciding what to do after high school is something every student must face, however difficult it can be. There are many options for students nearing graduation, such as attending a four year or two-year college, going to a trade school, joining the military or entering the workforce. There are ...

Harry Styles Fine Line Review

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Ari Revella

February 13, 2020

Personally, I never cared too much for One Direction’s music, let alone Harry Styles’ debut self-titled album back in 2017. There were a few great moments on the self-titled, specifically the singles, but it was inconsistent and didn’t flow well. But this album, Fine Line, is a step up fro...

Picture Perfect

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Zahra Khan

February 12, 2020

Every day after school I plop onto my bed, backpack out of sight and phone in hand. I scroll aimlessly through my feed, skimming past the same celebrities, friends and relatives I know. I stop on one photo, noticing how happy the girl is in the picture. She seemed picture-perfect, she seemed ...

Tunes of the Soul

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Alyah Craig

February 12, 2020

Music is everywhere. I will wholeheartedly stand by this statement until the day that I die. Not only has it affected my life in a variety of ways, but it has also altered my perspective on the world. Like many people, my taste in music has been continuously changing over the past ten years. My ...

Mustaches and Warped Time

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Sidney Lowry

February 11, 2020

On Jan. 14, I had a dream that I grew a full-on mustache and I was completely embarrassed to come to school. I told someone about this dream and he immediately said that it might have been because I am insecure about myself in real life. This completely ties together the fact that I am insecure about the choices I a...

Do students at LHS know how to protect themselves?

Sarah Blankenship

February 10, 2020

Whether it’s going to a concert, a Chiefs game, or shopping with friends, these are moments when students may be in danger. The scary thing is, they may not realize it. The staff was shocked to learn in a poll that over 30% of the respondents thought there were no dangers in our area at all....

The Streaming Service Choice

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Shane Bass

January 31, 2020

Netflix was made in 1997 and produces its own movies and shows called Netflix Originals. Hulu was created in 2007 and is owned by The Walt Disney Company. The debate about Netflix and Hulu is the price, the quality of shows and movies and how user-friendliness the streaming service is. “They have...

Spread the Word

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Regan Johnston and Sarah Blankenship

January 28, 2020

In the last 10 years, there have been almost 50,000 cases of human trafficking reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in the United States, according to the Polaris Project. Worldwide, there are approximately 40.3 million victims. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. It is cr...

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