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Man in Nature 2012

Man in Nature 2012

 By: Mike Lucci On May 5th, 2012, thirty-five adventurous Lahser and Andover seniors accompanied by sixteen team leaders set out for Killarney Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. We left at five in the morning while most of our Lahser community was still asleep. The students on the nine hour bus ride to Killarney were excited [...]

Tim Tebow Home Schooled to NFL Star

Tim Tebow Home Schooled to NFL Star

Lahser High School is home to the Knights. Our teams are families. They play as one and they will do anything for one another. This bond is hard to break, but could you imagine not having this bond with your teammates? What if you weren’t able to join a Knight family just because you weren’t [...]

PRO: Should Schools be Allowed to View Student’s Social Networks?

PRO: Should Schools be Allowed to View Student’s Social Networks?

By: Jacqueline Shandler You may regret that last tweet. Sure, the first excuse is that only your “followers” can see it, but that is not the case. In reality, that tweet might be seen by your principal, the admissions director of your dream college, or even the executive of the company you have applied for. [...]

Three Knights Shine on Signing Day

Three Knights Shine on Signing Day

By: Mike Lucci Three of Lahser’s stellar athletes sit at a table in front of family, friends and administration.  The excitement in the room is electric.  One after another they commit to where they will not only attend college next year but be playing college athletics.  National Signing Day 2012 is here and for Nate [...]

Knights On Ice

Knights On Ice

By: Ryan Moonka Cara Schooley’s tenacity, her hard work and determination weren’t enough to prepare her for Gothenburg. Practicing multiple days a week, taking hours of ballet lessons to improve her finesse couldn’t triumph the hastiness, the unexpectedness of her entry into the Leon Lurje Trophy, a competition young synchronized ice skaters dream of competing [...]

Lahser’s Own Simone Fenzi

Lahser’s Own Simone Fenzi

By: Jacqueline Shandler The day everyone remembers no matter how long ago it occurred,  is the first day of high school. Imagine being a  freshman walking into an unfamiliar school with no idea what lies ahead or what to expect. Attending the first day of high school is a challenge and takes courage and confidence. Everyone [...]

Black History Month

Black History Month

By: Jacqueline Shandler Traffic light, doorknob, lawn mower. What do all of these have in common? They were invented by African Americans. “Our Black History Mobile Museum” was set up in the Lahser media center throughout the day on both February 14 and 15 to educate and spread the history of African Americans. The exhibit [...]

Coach Rado

Coach Rado

By: Annie Reed Recently inducted into the MHSCA Hall of Fame, Coach Rado’s countless hours spent on the pool deck and whistling, with Starbucks in hand, did not go to waste. Mike Rado coaches the Lahser swim teams. He has made an incredible impact on the school over the course of over three decades with [...]

Sadie’s: New Rules for 2012?

Sadie’s: New Rules for 2012?

By: Reilly Manz As the result of an undisclosed mishap after the 2011 Homecoming dance, the Student Council in collaboration with administration has developed new rules that students will have to adhere to from here on out. In addition to the existing stipulations included in the student-dance contracts, students will be required to leave Lahser [...]

Do Students have too Much Homework? (No)

Do Students have too Much Homework? (No)

By: Ellyce Ferguson With students complaining endlessly about the excessive workload that they receive, it causes an underlying question to be asked; Do students receive too much work? Lahser High School students have seven classes, and a lot of work in most of them. The complaints are never ending and the students are highly stressed. Although students [...]

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