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Liestrong

As a young girl, I knew very little about the sport of cycling and couldn’t give you a definite answer as to what Le Tour de France even was. All I knew was that Lance Armstrong was a considered a hero; a man battling cancer and prevailing against all odds. I’m sure many of my [...]

Girls Swimming Says Goodbye To an Era

Girls Swimming Says Goodbye To an Era

By Annie Reed      In the split second she touched the wall the whole team knew. Holding their breath, thirty-five eager faces turned their attention to the board, and their assumptions were confirmed. Victory. On November 2nd, the Lahser Swimming  and Diving team pulled out a nail-biting win at the OAA White Divi­ sion League [...]

The Most Important Meal Of the Day

The Most Important Meal Of the Day

By Annie Reed Junior Editor        If asked what their favorite class is, many a Lahser student will quickly reply with “Lunch!” Who’s to blame them? The precious twenty-five minutes allotted for lunch are often the highlight of a long day at school. You can socialize, work on homework, or Snapchat your little heart [...]

Missy

Missy

By Annie Reed        At just thirteen years of age, Missy Franklin stood in Omaha, Nebraska as the youngest swimmer to qualify for the Olympic Trials. From that point on, she had an aching desire to reach for the rings and make the next Olympic team.        Four years later, Missy [...]

MYP Personal Projects

MYP Personal Projects

By Annie Reed        All sophomore students are expected to complete the MYP Personal Project at Lahser beginning this year. It is not technically a graduation requirement for the class of 2015, but it will be for each proceeding class. In Advisory, each sophomore has been assigned a supervisor who will be there [...]

Zibbles Set to Open

Zibbles Set to Open

By: Annie Reed Zibbles. It just rolls right off the tongue. A beloved teacher will be departing from us after twenty years to open a little business called Zibbles. He is sad to leave Lahser, but optimistic towards his future as a budding entrepreneur. Mr. Sopko jumped on what might be his only chance to [...]

Benzi

Benzi

By Annie Reed            In Lahser’s production of Chicago, he gave us the “razzle dazzle”. With his costume on and voice filling the auditorium, he lit up the stage. To jr. Benzi Deriveau his lead in the play was only one small step towards his dreams of being a musician and developing his own, unique sound. [...]

U of M VS. MSU

U of M VS. MSU

By: Annie Reed Michigan vs. Michigan State They first met in 1898. Many say they are one of the biggest rivalries in the country. It is the rivalry of the state of Michigan. The game we’ve all been waiting for, The Michigan-Michigan State game. Very rarely do people say “I love them both!” It’s either [...]

Knight Life ADs

If you would like to make an AD for Lahser Knight Life, weather it is for the internet or the paper. Download this document and mail it back. Then all you have to do is email us at staff@lahserknightlife.com with your AD and we will put it in.

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