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Students and staff wish Mr. Snyder a relaxing retirement

June 18, 2019 By Lea Torppey Editor Public speaking teacher Mr. Snyder is retiring after 36 years in the classroom. Since 1983, Snyder has played a crucial role in the building. From teaching English to public speaking, Snyder has left a lasting imprint on the... More »


Students reveal their essential beach bag items

June 11, 2019 By Sean Leonard Webmaster Summer is just days away, which means many will be heading to the beach for a relaxing vacation or day trip. Here’s what students say is the most important item in their beach bag:   “A bag inside of a bag” Kayla Beurkli... More »


Fascination with true crime and fictional crime shows grows

May 21, 2019 By Maya Malizia Staff Writer True crime and fictional crime shows are known for fascinating and frightening viewers with their mysterious circumstances and eerie conflicts. In January, Netflix released the new Ted Bundy Series titled “Conversation... More »


Pi Day takes the cake

March 14, 2019 By Lea Torppey Editor On March 14, irrational number lovers unite to pay tribute to pi. Whether celebrating in classrooms, hallways or at home, Pi Day brings infinite smiles to the faces of math buffs. In the spirit of this annual holiday, The L... More »


Students and teachers fall in love with romantic comedies

Feb. 11, 2019 By Gianna Glover Editor With Valentine’s Day approaching, students and teachers answered the question, “What is your favorite rom-com?” “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” Kiara Acta, junior           “Bridesmaids” Alessandra Alberti, freshman        ... More »


Students and faculty share their New Year’s Resolutions

Dec. 21, 2018 By Hailey Mayewski Staff Writer Photos by Hailey Mayewski   “My New Year’s resolution is to not procrastinate as much.” Alexis O’Rourke, freshman       “My New Year’s resolution is to have a more positive outlook on life.” Trystan Guzman, freshma... More »