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The Death of Heely’s

The Death of Heely’s

By Chase Smith Your locks of hair flowing in the wind as you zoomed effortlessly through the middle school hallways let everyone know that you are the coolest kid in class.  Still out of breath from the rush to the lunch line, kids would admire you standing dignified at the front of the line without [...]

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 [...]

Smoking

Smoking

By Jacobi Johnson          The young girl sat in a circle with her friends. “C’moooooon, it’ll be fun. Just try it once,” one said, as another shoved a cigarette in her face. “It doesn’t taste THAT bad!” The girl warily grabbed the cigarette and lit it as her hands shook with anxiety. [...]

Khalil Gracey

Khalil Gracey

By Kevin Mezey      When one imagines a child playing on a summer day, they think of fun and games where kids from all over the neighborhood would come together to play. Soph. Khalil Gracey is the spitting image of one of those children. Gracey says “I’ve been playing basketball and football since I [...]

Danielle Wade

Danielle Wade

By Jacobi Johnson In high school, there are all kinds of students. There are honors students, athletes, party-goers, and everything in between. However, what is regarded as the best kind of students are the ones who get good grades, participate in co-curricular activities, and stay safe all while having a blast. Senior Danielle Wade exemplifies [...]

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. [...]

No Shave November

By: Natalya Sana As October dwindled down and November began, some students at Lahser High School were sporting a new look.  Did you notice a new trend of facial hair on our fellow Lahser boys?  We can give No Shave November the credit for that. No Shave November, also known as Movember, begins November 1st [...]

What’s Wrong with Tinseltown?

What’s Wrong with Tinseltown?

By Hailey Fedus After 72 days of marriage to basketball star Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian pulls the plug; America’s triple-threat Latina Jennifer Lopez announced plans to divorce her long-time husband Marc Anthony. Tying the knot: how soon is too soon? As the rate of American divorces increase, who do we have to blame for the [...]

Facebook? Twitter? Tumblr?

Facebook? Twitter? Tumblr?

By: Kyah Kitchen In the world of the internet, there is much to share and learn. Some, for instance, love sharing their own view on the world. Although you can tweet small texts, make funny status updates, Tumblr is the easiest way to show the world how you feel about different subjects and topics, as well [...]

Franklin Cider Mill

Franklin Cider Mill

By: Mollie Fox The biting wind, warm blanket of fallen leaves, and daylight being cut short are the signs that fall is upon us in Michigan. Autumn traditions include pumpkin picking, corn mazes, and hay rides. But one of the favorite traditions of our area, is to go to the Franklin Cider Mill. The Franklin [...]

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