quante gocce di valium servono per dormire diazepam 5mg valium for methadone withdrawal

porque a soma dos catetos é igual a hipotenusa soma online soma matthews nc

tramadol gotas forma de administracion buy tramadol online no prescription tramadol 37.5 mg get you high

tramadol solution for injection tramadol 50mg tramadol omega 3

what enhances the effects of ambien buy ambien no prescription ambien ilaci

soma construtora goiania soma medication aura soma a1

medication to get off xanax buy xanax xanax footballs 1mg

can you mix xanax with excedrin xanax online zoloft vs xanax

phentermine in arlington tx buy phentermine is over the counter fastin the same as phentermine

nebenwirkung valium hund cheap diazepam administration de valium intra rectal

Home » Archives by category » Opinions (Page 2)

An Apathetic Generation

An Apathetic Generation

By Michael Gawlik Lahser was positively giddy with joy the morning of November the 7th amid the incoming results of the 2012 election.  Whose victory were they celebrating?  President Obama’s?  Sander Levin’s?  Ingrid Day, Howard Baron, or Rob Herner’s? No, instead they celebrated marijuana’s legalization in Colorado and Washington. It’s a sad day when Lahser [...]

CHEATING!!!!! :)

CHEATING!!!!! :)

By Ross Hall        Knock knock. Is anyone there? Oh no, this isint a knock knock joke. This is the secret coded language that students are able to use to communicate to each other during testing. A series of knocks or clicks is enough to relay the answers to many questions. It’s actually [...]

Green School

Green School

By Michael Gawlik        The world is becoming environmentally conscious and apparently, so is our school.  Recognized as a ‘Michigan Green School’, Lahser has jumped on the World Wide Web bandwagon in an effort to make paper completely obsolete.        The school’s commitment to environmental friendliness can be seen in the [...]

A Focus School?

A Focus School?

By Ryan Moonka         What if countries were ranked athletically by comparing the top 30% of athletes with the bottom 30% of athletes? In other words, this system would compare the Olympians with the backyard baseball kids. And what if the 10% of countries with the widest gap had to completely revise [...]

New. Modern. Easy?

New. Modern. Easy?

  By Matthew Webster             New. Modern. Easy? These are some of the words that should be used when describing the new Bloomfield Hills School District website.However, as I roam the halls, I have heard other terms instead.  “This website is too hard to navigate,” said one student, as another mused, “It makes no sense.” But [...]

Complex Game

Complex Game

  By Ross Hall       Change. A word we are quite used to hearing from the flapping mouths of middle aged men called politicians. Unfortunately, these are the people who, even if we don’t want them to, decide our future. As our generation grows up and slowly enters the real world, the problems of the nation [...]

Grinding

By Ross Hall      Grinding. Have you ever heard that word before? If you haven’t you’re probably living under a rock.  You most likely heard it in a scathing overview of how the youth of today dances at events to modern music. Our generation has created a new outlook on dance and how to [...]

Should Schools View Students Social Media? Pro

Should Schools View Students Social Media? Pro

By: Jackie Shandler PRO: Should Schools be Allowed to View Student’s Social Networks? 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 [...]

Does Romney Have a Chance?

Does Romney Have a Chance?

By: Michael Gawlik He’s a lock for the Republican nomination, but does Mitt Romney really have a shot at beating Obama? Mitt Romney seems to have learned something from his first time taking a swing at the presidency.  Unlike in 2008, he has managed to snag the most states in the Republican Primary, (maybe) gain [...]

Colleges Use Social Media Site to Evaluate Students

Colleges Use Social Media Site to Evaluate Students

By: Nayla SaterJust this past summer, Chris Brown and Big Sean’s song “My Last” was the number one hit on iTunes. Regardless of its degrading lyrics and deviant message, the song is a favorite of many adolescents.  Caitlin Ortiz, a student at Malloy College in New York, never realized that by posting the song’s lyrics [...]

Page 2 of 512345

Knight Life ADs

If you would like to make an AD for Lahser Knight Life, weather it is for the internet or the paper. Download this document and mail it back. Then all you have to do is email us at staff@lahserknightlife.com with your AD and we will put it in.

Click Here