It’s One of Those First Fridays

The Hot Toddies perform at Leonardtown First Fridays

Daniel Rosales-Hu, Senior Staff Writer
October 21, 2014

First Friday: an event that brings attention to the public to downtown Leonardtown. It’s an event where people gather and just hang out with friends and have fun on the first Friday every month. This event is  a chance for Leonardtown’s local businesses to promote themselves within this event... Read more »

Schools, schools everywhere! How Will You Decide?

A sign outside the college fair showing the slogan for the event.

Angel Higgs, Senior Staff Writer
September 30, 2014

For juniors and seniors, college is right around the corner and many people probably don’t have a list of colleges they want to go to, what scholarships they’re applying for, or possibly don’t even know what they need to know or do before applying for colleges! So in short amount of time how are... Read more »

New Apple Products

English teacher Ms. Wogman uses her new iPhone 6.

Juli Bennett, Sophomore Staff Writer
September 29, 2014

  I don’t know if there is anyone who doesn’t know what Apple is, but if you don’t, it is the massively popular electronics company behind products such as the iPhone, and Mac computer. Recently they have released some new products, causing buzz all over the world. One of Apple’s new products... Read more »

Helping the Hungry

SCA students helping to promote Harvest for the Hungry

Marcus Williams, Senior Staff Writer
September 29, 2014

You probably have noticed cans and boxes around your classrooms labeled “Harvest for the Hungry” recently. It’s that time of year again where the SCA, led by Mr. Byrnes, accepts donations from students to send to food banks around St. Mary’s County. This harvest helps those in community who struggle... Read more »

St. Mary’s College Holds Poetry Workshop for High School Students

Sophomore Kate Cognard-Black writes a poem at the poetry workshop.

Allison Guy, Sophomore Staff Writer
September 22, 2014

On September 17, St. Mary’s College of Maryland held a poetry workshop open to all high school students. Six students from Leonardtown attended, and students from Great Mills and Chopticon attended as well. At the workshop, which took place during the school day, students were asked to write an ekphrastic... Read more »

Leonardtown High School Clubs

Photo Credit: Tia LaPore
If you want to become a member of the Thespian Society, you should get involved in the school plays, such as last year’s show, Little Women the Musical.

Julianna Bennett and Allison Guy, Sophomore Staff Writers
September 15, 2014

Leonardtown High School offers a variety of clubs to serve many people’s interests. If you’re new here or just want to know what clubs are available, here is a list of clubs as well as information about them. Read more »

Your (Hopefully) Helpful Guide to Class Registration

Course Completer Sequences for Leonardtown High School

Casey Bacon, Sophomore Staff Writer
March 27, 2014

Ah, March. The third month of the year brings with it college basketball obsession from every other male in the United States, a day dedicated to shamrocks and assorted shades of green, and the highly-anticipated Spring Equinox on the 20th that should banish the frigid temperatures of winter. (Though... Read more »

A Caged Beast: A look into the Life of a Marine Radio Operator, and the Military Life in Perspective

Marines at Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base 	(Photo Courtesy of www. Mca-marines.org)

Ryan Morgan, Senior Staff Writer
March 19, 2014

To be called upon to serve is, by right, an action that should be regarded with the highest esteem of honor. For whatever reasons that might come to motivate one to forsake the life of comforts for the cramped, impersonal, life in the barracks, there should be some level of respect. It is often easy... Read more »

The Life of a Student on Social Networking

Hunter Klein, a sophomore at LHS (left) checking his Facebook.

Valerie Gregorio, Junior Staff Writer
March 19, 2014

Recently, I have noticed many of my classmates on their phones or computers checking their Twitter, Facebook, or whatever social networking website they are on. Whenever I get on to Instagram I noticed my followers complaining that they have too much homework or that they didn’t want to go to school.... Read more »

Amanda Knox: Three Strikes You’re Out

Image from The Guardian

Jessica Brown, Senior Staff Writer
March 14, 2014

November 2, 2007 started out as an average day in Perugia, Italy, but as the day turned, the quiet town would soon become a center for media, police and international bickering. That night British college student Meredith Kercher was found dead; her throat had been slashed and left bare in an Italian... Read more »

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