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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. [...]

Parent Involvment

Parent Involvment

By Ryan Moonka      A lot of kids hate high school. That will always be true, even if by some miracle we were granted five-day weekends all next year. But some kid’s hatred of school arises not from a lack of interest, but from their inability to do well in the classroom. Maybe their [...]

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 [...]

Finney High School

Finney High School

  By: Erin Antonishen To students at Detroit’s Finney High School, publishing a newspaper was a foreign idea. On Wednesday January 16th 2012, a select group of Finney’s students stepped out of their comfort zone to spend the day shadowing the Knight Life staff in the world of journalism. To the Lahser newspaper staff, this was [...]

Four Day School Week

Four Day School Week

By: Mike Lucci Thousands of students in over 120 school districts across 21 states constantly enjoy a three-day weekend. These  school districts have adopted a  reemerging policy that was popular in the 1930’s, a four-day school week. To most teachers and students, this is a foreign idea.   It may come as a surprise that states [...]

SAT Scores for Sale

SAT Scores for Sale

By:  Ryan Moonka The SAT’s and ACT’s are used to gauge in an individual’s readiness for college. So when Sam Eshaghoff of Great Neck, New York was caught taking the test for at least 16 other students, the whole purpose of the SAT’s and ACT’s was completely undermined. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice’s description [...]

Obama’s New No Child Left Behind Act

Obama’s New No Child Left Behind Act

By: Ryan Moonka President Obama has introduced a new waiver system that would allow states to bypass some current obligations of the Bush Era’s No Child Left Behind Act. The waivers are designed, in part, to serve as a get out of jail free card for states that don’t expect to meet the 2014 deadline [...]

SADD Club Gets Grant

SADD Club Gets Grant

By: Jacqueline Shandler The SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) club was given a $2,000 grant during the week of November 28 to ensure the spread of student-led peer-to-peer traffic safety awareness throughout this school year. Lahser High School was selected to be a Strive For A Safer Drive (S4SD) participant for the 2011-2012 school year. [...]

Social Media

Social Media

By: Matt Webster Alaina Jones, Sr. at LHS, goes through the new photos she’s been tagged in just to be safe. Knowing that her social media profiles can be viewed, Alaina has just a little bit of worry in the back of her mind as she applies to colleges. “I am definitely careful about what’s [...]

No Helmet Law

No Helmet Law

By: Hayley Browning The sun is setting in the distance as you drive down the black pavement on your new Harley. The cold wind is rushing over your… helmet? That might not be the case anymore. The Michigan House of Representatives recently voted to repeal the current motorcycle law which states that helmets must be [...]

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