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Taking a Bite Out of Detroit

Taking a Bite Out of Detroit

By Daniel Bordner        It’s the age old dilemma, “Where do we go for dinner?” Whether its friends or family, it always seems that everyone has a favorite restaurant, and just like snowflakes no two are alike. This naturally leads into my question, how does one pick? I know what you’re thinking, “I [...]

My Little Brony

My Little Brony

By Daniel Bordner        Change. America was founded on the practice and this concept has been making America a revolutionary long after the musket fire cleared. Change is what causes definitions to be rewritten and causes laws to bend. It removes stigma, and it brings us closer.  But what if this change is [...]

iPhone 5

iPhone 5

By Brendan Eathorne        You have been waiting for hours, though you might argue that you’ve been waiting for this your entire life. You quarrel over your spot in line, or maybe just for a chance to get a little closer to this magical piece of aluminum and glass that has been haunting [...]

Knights of Fashion – Girls

Knights of Fashion – Girls

By Regina DiMaggio As the leaves begin to change, so do the fashion trends right here at Lahser. As the weather continues to grow colder, it seems that shorts and dresses are extinct in these months. And with Fall almost behind us, student fashion must accomodate the damp weather rather than the sunny days behind [...]

Gets In Newspaper, Obituary

Gets In Newspaper, Obituary

By Jordan Ricarte        It’s midnight. You and your bed aren’t cooperating and you have school in about seven hours. Subconsciously, you find yourself refreshing your twitter feed. Many Lahser students seek “Bad Luck Brian” tweets for a guaranteed laugh, but little do they know, Bad Luck Brian is considered a meme. If [...]

Carrie Underwood’s New Album

Carrie Underwood’s New Album

By: Jazz Croskey   Carrie Underwood has done it again. The American Idol alum released her sixth studio album “Blown Away” in early, which continues to climb the music charts in the U.S. Her album title describes her new work perfectly. Underwood took a three-year hiatus from the music world to marry hockey player Mike [...]

Lahser Senior Michael Duric Wins an Emmy

Lahser Senior Michael Duric Wins an Emmy

By: Shannon McAvoy Lahser’s own senior Michael Duric took a step behind the scenes in the creation of his informational production titled “Drunk Driving is No Accident”. The Education Committee of the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded Duric for his work in the Public Affairs category.  Education Coordinator [...]

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 [...]

Bully Movie Review

Bully Movie Review

By: Jacobi Johnson It is within human nature to judge, no matter how hard we try to suppress the urge. But what can be suppressed is the unnecessary action to taunt and tease others because of the nuances that make them different. Instead of shunning such distinctions, we should construct schools in which uniqueness is [...]

Film on Fire

Film on Fire

By: Michael Gawlik If your name isn’t drawn at the reaping, consider yourself lucky. However, if you are among the unfortunate few selected from the lottery and chose to compete, consider yourself dead. That’s the basic principle underlying Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games, a novel taking place in the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem in what [...]

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