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Spirit Stick: Second Chances

Spirit Stick: Second Chances

Daelyn Funk, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Seniors: Are you upset about losing the Spirit Stick? Want another chance to win? If so, I have a message for you. You won’t want to miss this. The legend of the spirit stick has been a constant conversation topic among the seniors of Leonardtown High School. It is revered as a symbol of power...

Maryland Page Program

Maryland Page Program

Savanna Dent, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under School News, Top Stories

The Student Page Program is a wonderful program for high school seniors in Maryland, and what the students get to do is go to the maryland general assembly and work as a page. The program runs from the second week in January to early April. A page will serve two non consecutive weeks learning about Maryland l...

What is MUN?

What is MUN?

Laura Conway, Sophomore Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under School News, Top Stories

Model United Nations is a Leonardtown High School staple of pride. Each year various students attend the Old Dominion Model United Nations Conference in Virginia. This conference is open to any grade a part of the Global International Studies (GIS) Program as well as any 10th grade and up Global Diplom...

7 Ways to Make Your Senior Year Memorable

7 Ways to Make Your Senior Year Memorable

Kytana VandenBos, Junior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

If you’re a senior, you probably want to remember your last year of high school before you leave be extra memorable and fun. If you don’t know what way to make your year the most memorable year it can be, here are some ways that could help you. Keep in mind, these are just suggestions, so you do...

Why Are Sports So Great?

Why Are Sports So Great?

Graham Wilson, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Sports are extremely popular in today’s society, but why is that? Why do so many people fall in love with what they play? Sports have been around for centuries, and are played all across the globe. With time, they have become increasingly popular and it’s hard to find a child who has never been a pa...

MLB Playoffs Preview

MLB Playoffs Preview

Josh Moody, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The 2018 MLB Playoffs will start next Tuesday on October 2nd. The American League bracket is set and the National League side isn’t quite finished yet. There are only a few games left in the regular season, but those couple of games are very important to those three National League teams fighting ...

End of the MLB Season

End of the MLB Season

Kabir Bains-Shepard, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On October 1st, the MLB season ended in swinging fashion. There were two tie breaker games played to win the division in the NL Central, and West. In the central, it was the Brewers and the Cubs fighting for the best record in the National League, and the loser gains a wildcard berth and home field a...

Homecoming Recap

Kaitlynn Zacher, Sophomore Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Spirit Week 2018 was quite diverse and extravagant in the eyes of a student, but also was very fun, as always! To me, Spirit Week is just a week to have fun, coordinate with your friends,  express yourself, and most importantly, rep your school and show as much spirit as possible! Monday was ...

Hogan’s New Law

Hogan’s New Law

Kyleigh Garner, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Op/Ed, Top Stories

  According to the Washington Post, Governor Hogan has advised a new law that provides scholarships for community college of up to $5,000 to students whose families collect less than $150,000 a year and adults earning less than $100,000. Maryland would cover tuition left over after factoring in ot...

The Rise of International Music

The Rise of International Music

Emily Carpenter, Junior Staff Writer

October 22, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Top Stories

Music is a dimension of expression that we utilize no matter the circumstance. It is a universal language that any culture or ethnic background can speak. When a band or artist creates a culture of music that was unheard of until their presence in the industry, it is hard to ignore their ability to expa...

What’s Up With Infinity War?

What’s Up With Infinity War?

Emily Carpenter, Sophomore Writer

June 11, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Op/Ed, Top Stories

Recently, the new Marvel cinematic masterpiece Infinity War was released, and unless you have been living in another universe, you have probably heard about it or saw it on opening weekend. Infinity War is the fourth installment of the Avengers series and proved to be the most anticipated movie of t...

The NBA is Rigged

The NBA is Rigged

Drake Thomas, Sophomore Writer

June 11, 2018


Filed under Op/Ed, Sports, Top Stories

“The NBA is rigged”, it seems like a commonly used phrase during the NBA season and even more in the playoffs.  Everyone has their opinions about how the league could be rigged or fixed towards one team or player. I am here to tell you mine. The NBA cares more about making money and increa...

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