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Parent Supervised Parties Responsible?

Parent Supervised Parties Responsible?

By: Julia Lee It’s a Friday night in the Hills, and the crazy party everyone will be attending for the night is pumping loud music and flooded with excited teenagers looking to have a good time after a stressful week of school. However, the fun takes on a different turn when a parent supervisor answers [...]

Lahser Spikes Down Men’s Volleyball

Lahser Spikes Down Men’s Volleyball

By Julia Lee      A row of photos of the girl’s varsity volleyball team is pasted on top center of Lah­ser’s gymnasium, but nobody ever questions why there is no row of the boy’s varsity volley­ ball team. It’s not only because Lahser hasn’t had a boy’s vol­leyball team since who knows when, but no [...]

Battle of the Cupcakes

Battle of the Cupcakes

By:  Julia Lee As cupcakes have been a popular treat and trend for the year of 2012, a visit to The Cupcake Station and Just Baked at Birmingham was a must. These cute, little cupcake shops have been popping up around town and have attracted both the young and the old. As I walked into [...]

Knights say “Nǐ hǎo” to China

Knights say “Nǐ hǎo” to China

By, Julia Lee       Thousands of people walk in tight crowds as jammed cars on the roads honk and drivers swear. The smell of Chinese food wafts through the air and entices the students to noodle carts in town. Lahser has arrived to China. From the bustling city of its capital, Beijing, to [...]

Lahser Students Travel to China over Spring Break

Lahser Students Travel to China over Spring Break

Lahser takes on China Staff Writer, Julia Lee “Thrilling” was how Jr. Colby Boman summed up the ten day trip to China in one word. From the bustling city of its capital, Beijing, to the global city of Shanghai, and finally to the beautiful, scenic city of Lijiang, students experienced the best of China. “We [...]

School Unification

School Unification

By Julia Lee Whether they like it or not, Lahser and Andover students have now accepted the fact that the two rivalry schools will become one in the fall of 2013. During this crucial time of decision- making, voters will be asked to consider yet another proposal regarding the school unification on May 8, 2012. [...]

Challenge Day

Challenge Day

By: Julia Lee The field house was quiet, except for the sympathetic cries of a student. When the student was finished, she received hugs from girls that felt the same way but had no intention of admitting it until now. The tens of students gathered around the field house now understand the misconceptions from a [...]

Nicolas Line-An Artist on the Rise

Nicolas Line-An Artist on the Rise

By: Juila Lee With shoulder-length hair tied back and hunched intently over a clay dog in the making, Jr. Nicholas Line carefully indented lines onto the soft clay. “I love art, especially hands-on activities,” Line said. Yet, Line is torn. His passions are art and animals, but he can’t decide which one he loves the most. [...]

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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