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Coronavirus Movie Recommendations

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Ayana Leblans, Senior Staff Writer

April 4, 2020

It would be an understatement to say that the world is going through quite a confusing period of time at the moment. Fear of the coronavirus (COVID 19), the cancellation of school and other important events, and the overall disruption in our daily lives has led many to fall victim to boredom, depress...

Coronavirus Outbreak and Quarantine

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Laura Conway, Junior Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

The newly infamous Covid-19 Virus, otherwise known as “Coronavirus” has come to life, affecting nations worldwide. Symptoms of this respiratory disease include trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, and bluish lips or face, according to the ...

What is Carl’s Frozen Custard?

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Kaitlynn Zacher, Junior Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

Spring time; warm weather. What special treat does that call for? ICE CREAM! No one can ever be too old for something so rewarding and refreshing. Over this past weekend, February 21st through February 23rd, I went to downtown Fredericksburg and visited an ice cream place called Carl’s. It's no...

Charity at Leonardtown High School

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Ayana Leblans, Senior Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

Here at Leonardtown High School, there are many charitable organizations. For all of them, their goal is to contribute volunteer efforts, community service, and to have fun all the while. Let’s take a look at a few of the volunteering-related clubs at our school. In terms of specifics events, there were sev...

Saying Goodbye to a Legend

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Trent Wilkes, Sophomore Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

On Sunday, January 26, we said goodbye to an all-time great basketball player, Kobe Bryant, who passed away in a helicopter crash early Sunday morning. There were nine people in the helicopter, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna. They were headed to Gianna’s travel basketball game with the Altobelli...

The Slice House

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Maxwell Murray, Junior Staff Writer

January 28, 2020

The Slice House is a family owned pizza place that is right here in Leonardtown. It is a family owned establishment owned by the Held family. The concept of the slice house is a pizza place where you buy by the slice. Every 4 to 5 minutes they have a new pizza coming out of the oven.  They only use...

The College Fair Experience

The College Fair Experience

Veronica Fernandez, Senior Staff Writer

January 8, 2020

On September 18, a college fair was held at the Hollywood Fire Department, hosting over 80 school representatives. Rows of colleges were set up side-by-side, each provided a small stand to represent their respective colleges with brochures of information and answering any questions the students atte...

S.W.E.A.T Pledge

S.W.E.A.T Pledge

Julia Webster, Co-Editor

May 8, 2017

With college on the horizons, it’s time to start thinking about scholarships. Usually, scholarships are merit, need-based, or major-specific. And, that isn’t helpful for people who aren’t looking to continue their education in college, preferring to work their way into the career of choice. Ther...

What’s Up in Washington D.C.?

What’s Up in Washington D.C.?

Megan Mattei, Senior Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Spring has not quite sprung, but it is prime cherry blossom tree season! The trees have made their appearance quite early. The bloom is one of the earliest according to the Washington Post. This is due to the mild winter the Mid-Atlantic received. March 25 was marked as 2017’s day of peak bloom, but...

Into the Capstone

Into the Capstone

Joy Deitrich, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

After four long years of study and research, your 2017 Global & International Studies class has finally reached its beginning of an end. The commencement of capstone exhibition begins with the symposium. On November 1st, 2016, a cohort of exhibits, websites, and videos will be on display for 23 capst...

Abridging Apathy

Abridging Apathy

Jason Ferris, Head Editor

October 4, 2016

When I entered Leonardtown High School’s Academy of Global and International Studies (GIS) years ago, I knew I would have to complete a year-and-a-half long research project. My project’s looming deadlines stared over me as I ascended the ranks of high school - sophomore, junior, senior. As of now, my s...

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Josie Brodfuehrer, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016

People die everyday.  They die from car accidents and homicides and war and diseases.  But one of these deaths can be prevented.  One of these deaths doesn’t have to happen.  Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, according to Medical News Today.  At the top of the death list,...

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