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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 »

Foreshadowing Failure: Disney Lucasfilm for Four Billion Dollars

Disney Buys Lucasfilm

Tyler Immel, Freshman Contributing Writer
December 4, 2012

Some would call this an abomination: the worst thing to happen ever since the prequels. Star Wars is truly lost. But why? George Lucas has sold his company to the Disney corporation, a corporate titan, for four billion dollars. That is truly a lot of money. But readers of the latest news were not told... Read more »

Let the Hunger Games Begin!

Dane Lemmon, Troy McLaughlin, Jeff Henkel, and Ryan Montgomery ("That Team") pose with Mayokun Ojo and their prize after winning the Fall Olympics.

Rebecca Sachs, Editor-in-Chief
November 25, 2012

On November 9th, 2012, the students of Leonardtown High School held their very own Hunger Games…without the sacrifice, of course! Students from all four grades gathered in the gym on Friday night to compete in all sorts of athletic events, including tug-of-war, soccer, dodgeball, and even can stacking!... Read more »

Fall Sports Wrap-Up

Leonardtown High School Football

Sydney Mooney and Kristi Perna, Senior and Junior Staff Writers
November 25, 2012

This season all our teams did great. Football made great improvements from years before. Girls and boys soccer won SMAC, and cheerleading hit new advanced stunts. Volleyball proceeded to beat two teams in one week. Overall our teams did great, bringing up the Raider pride and spirit. Football in previous... Read more »

“Wreck-It Ralph”

"Wreck-It Ralph"

Jennifer Brown, Senior Staff Writer
November 25, 2012

Wreck-It Ralph is a new, funny, children’s movie that just released about the struggle of a “bad guy” in a video game called “Fix It Felix!” He knows that no one loves the bad guy, so he attempts to prove everyone in his game and all the other games wrong and that he is a hero, by winning a... Read more »

“007 Skyfall”

"007 Skyfall"

Daniel Buckley, Sophomore Staff Writer
November 16, 2012

“007 Skyfall”Skyfall is a great movie about an ex-MI6 agent, Silva, who is trying to get revenge on the director of the agency, M. Silva has a lot of anger with the agency and who seeks revenge because he was traded. He has been planning for a long time and now he will execute his master... Read more »

Amber Waves…of Corn?

Bowles Farm

Grace Millerick, Senior Staff Writer
November 2, 2012

If you like to spend time outdoors, you’re in luck! The corn maze at Bowles Farm is a ton of fun- it’s perfect for all ages, and really captures the spirit of fall. Not only does the farm contain a corn maze-it also has a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, hay ride, and cupcake shop! With never-ending fun... Read more »

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