Monthly Archives: September, 2010

Pinkney’s bucket list

Many students have seen or heard of the movie, The Bucket List.  And although the Leesville student body is not terminally ill, we need...

Leesville hosts voter registration drive

The LRHS Political Club is hosting a Voter Registration drive during the week of September 20-24.  The booth is set up in the courtyard...

Pride stomps Southern Lee

The Pride Varsity football team pulled out with an enormous victory over the Southern Lee Cavaliers on Friday, September 17. The final scored stood...

Actor prepares for senior year

David Stammen, senior, began his acting career in middle school, when he joined a travelling theatre for a performance of The Little Mermaid. His...

Masterpiece

For most students at Leesville Road High, art is not a noun, but a verb. Nastalgia Powe, Andrea Lopez, and Grace Satterfield, artists, agree...

Seniors reflect before last Homecoming

When many hear the word “homecoming,” they think of the week-long shebang full of Loonie spirit, a football game and dance. However, for senior football...

FashionSPARK wows the crowds

FashionSPARK, a fashion show of designers in The Triangle, was held this year, Friday, September 17, at Raleigh City Plaza on Fayetteville Street. Seating...

How 283 Great Colleges saved my life

Barnes & Noble’s SparkNotes, as everyone knows, is the official religion of American high schoolers. Aiding in the understanding of literature greats such as...

Powder Puff festivities abound at Leesville

Leesville will hold the annual Powder Puff games on Thursday, October 7, during Homecoming Week this year.  A community barbecue will take place from...

Why the Republican Party works

I have a few choice words to describe the Republican Party—many are not appropriate for this column. However, as much as I hate to...

JV Volleyball outspikes the Spartans

Leesville junior varsity volleyball is back on the winning streak, Thursday, September 17, after a long, point-by-point, 3-game match with Sanderson. Leesville won the...

Class of ’14 elections

On September 15 and 16, the freshmen class voted for their student council officers. Elections were held during all three lunches after a week...

Pride Launch benefits incoming freshmen

On August 23, Leesville hosted the first annual “Pride Launch,” an open house specifically for freshmen and their parents.  Students were dropped off at...

A day in the life of Will Bennett: a personal account

Today was the second day of my life that I truly enjoyed. The day started out normal enough: I broke free from the chains...

Changes to school lunch

The Wake County Public School System, or WCPSS, is currently finding ways to support nutrition in the cafeterias while battling the county’s debt. As...

The future of 4G

Everyday, students at LRHS use technology to make their lives easier and more efficient. Growing up in a household of tech-buffs, I feel that...

Are you aware?

Approximately once a week, I receive an email from the Komen NC Breast Cancer Awareness Society. The most recent email invited me to the...

Cheerleaders and Loonies welcome the Pride Lion

On Friday, September 17, KC Clarke made his debut as the Leesville Pride Lion, AKA the school mascot. Clarke was chosen to be mascot after...

Ratemyteacher.com biased but entertaining

Ratemyteacher.com is a website that allows students to anonymously post comments and rate their  teachers. Leesville Road High School has 132 teachers listed on...

Car corner with Jon Wendt: Brett Bischler

The Leesville Road parking lot is filled with a wide variety of vehicles, ranging from tiny, two-door hatchbacks to huge, heavy duty trucks. Each month,...

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