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Has the College Admission Process Become Too Much?

Has the College Admission Process Become Too Much?

By: Mike Lucci Four essays, two resumes, three letters of recommendation.  As John prepares to submit his latest college application, he reflects on the strenuous hours he spent on it.  As he hits “submit application” on his computer, he stands up, stretches and then sits back down to start the process all over again.  The [...]

Silence is Not so Golden

Silence is Not so Golden

By: Jazz Croskey Some say silence is golden. And some say somethings are better left unsaid. In this case, that wasn’t exactly the proper remedy for a problem. Unless you have been living under a rock or just choose to not care, the Penn State scandal has rocked the well respected university in the past [...]

Occupy Detroit

Occupy Detroit

By: Juila Long “I’m 100% for the 99%!” This chant and plenty of others echoed stridently across Woodward when I attended the Occupy Detroit movement on Friday, October 21st. For over a week, hundreds of grassroots activists have been illegally camping out inGrandCircusPark downtown, uniting against corporate greed and social inequality. I rallied with the [...]

Hat Policy- Pro

Hat Policy- Pro

By: Kyah Kitchen Hats off to Lahser’s administrators! At the beginning of the school year, Mr. Hollerith and the staff voted to change a few rules that include allowing students to be able to wear hats in the school building. Soph. Kelli Rohloff is excited that her friends and she would be able to wear [...]

BHS High School

BHS High School

  By: Ryan Moonka Jack Schaffer, Jordan Garcia, and Unhyo Yi are all sophomores at Lahser. But for their senior year, they won’t be graduating from Lahser. They’ll be graduating from a consolidated Bloomfield Hills High School. That fact is drawing major controversy in the Bloomfield Hills community. The merger is a source of considerable [...]

Hat Policy-Con

Hat Policy-Con

By: Jacqueline Shandler A teacher is standing, poised at the front of his classroom, ready to educate his students. However, he cannot ignore the plethora of dress; pajamas, sweats, T-shirts and hats that distract the preferred aroma of a typical classroom. The hat policy is no longer in place for the students of Lahser. The [...]

Libya War Draws America’s Attention

Libya War Draws America’s Attention

This is not our war to fight. This is Libya’s war, not America’s. Flash to a country full of devastation. A horror film in which a gruesome dictator grips the country by an iron fist, slaughtering innocent civilians while destroying his country. Rebels try to fight but struggle to make any mark on the country. [...]

Airport Security

Airport Security

By: Carlie Kraus    Over the Thanksgiving break airports across the nation tested American’s patience as well as their obedience. The reason being is that the airports released a new form of security, something never seen before and extremely high tech. Airport security turned it’s back on the standard metal detectors and unveiled a new and [...]

Parking Lot Troubles

Parking Lot Troubles

By: Chris Craig Young Drivers and Lahser High School go hand-in-hand. But, from my four-year experience at Lahser is that there are exceptionally bad young drivers. Some of these drivers are honestly a danger to themselves and others around them.             Many young Lahser drivers are usually fairly safe when they’re on the road, it’s when [...]

Impact of Substitute Teachers on Student Achievement

Impact of Substitute Teachers on Student Achievement

A substitute teacher’s job is to create the best approximation of the teaching that would have taken place had the regular teacher been present. While the State of Michigan requires any substitute teacher candidate to complete 90 credit hours from a four-year college or university, most teachers report that they did not think substitutes could teach the curriculum effectively, and that the substitutes were not competent with teaching strategies or classroom management.

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