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Tiger Mom: Parenting Methods Questioned

Tiger Mom: Parenting Methods Questioned

Anything less than perfect wasn’t good enough for Connecticut high school students Sophia and Louisa Chua. Or that is, anything less than perfect wasn’t good enough for their mother, Amy, a professor at Yale Law School and the author of the wildly controversial novel Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. The memoir, while slightly embellished, illustrates [...]

Why is Everyone Quitting IB?

Why is Everyone Quitting IB?

The IB Program has most defiantly brought something unique to Lahser. But students seem unsure whether or not that uniqueness is good or bad.

Four Loko

Four Loko

High school and college students who are loco for the energy drink Four Loko will soon be out of luck.  The appropriately named “blackout in a can,” which contains high amounts of caffeine and has 12% Alcohol by Volume (ABV), was recently banned in a statewide decision.  “[The drinks] present a threat to the public [...]

A Profitable New School

A Profitable New School

By: Mike Padilla       The high up front cost of a brand new, comprehensive high school, would soon pay itself off through benefits to the community.   BHS officials are working on a plan for a combined high school to replace Andover and Lahser in the near future.             On November 2 voters turned down a bond [...]

Where do we go from here?

Where do we go from here?

For months leading up to the election, signs encouraging voters to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to the passing of a bond that would finance the necessary improvements for the high school consolidation could be seen on practically every lawn in the district. Regardless of political viewpoint, the results of the November 2nd election have a [...]

Sinking Fund

Sinking Fund

Sinking Fund Q: Define the sinking fund? A:  The sinking fund is a voter-approved fund that allows the districts to use the money for mainly maintenance of school buildings. Q:  What renovations is the money from the sinking fund put towards? A:  The sinking fund can go towards paying for new roofs on our buildings, [...]

A Full Time Volunteer

A Full Time Volunteer

By: Mike Padilla 21,600,000 seconds, 360,000 minutes, 6,000 hours, or 250 days.  This is the amount of time that Lahser Sr. Armani Hawes has dedicated to community service.  Throughout her life, Hawes has always had an interest in helping people.   No matter what the cause is or who she is helping, she strives to make [...]

Heartbreak at Rutgers

Heartbreak at Rutgers

Picture a typical schoolyard bully. He has an abundance of facial hair, even at the age of thirteen, due to his premature hormonal imbalance, and his cliché reasons for victimizing the smaller preteens are lack of affection from his parents or a deep insecurity that he feels compelled to inflict on others. Bullies, however, come [...]

Bus System

Bus System

             Too much time is being wasted on the buses of the Bloomfield Hills School District, instead of in the classrooms of Lahser, Andover and Model High Schools.       Throughout the day you hear “Andover bus is here.”  However, riding the bus only cuts into class time.  “I spend 35 minutes of my class either on the bus [...]

New Lunch

New Lunch

                       “They don’t care about us” is the attitude that most students display when it comes to the administration and the new lunch schedule.  But while it’s true that the changes this year have been momentous, what’s not true is a lack of administration concern. In fact, the administration cares deeply about what the [...]

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