Monthly Archives: November, 2010

Erika Martin plays lead in Alice in Wonderland

Mainstage, Leesville’s elite theatre troupe, recently held auditions for their fall production of Alice In Wonderland. Erika Martin, senior, was chosen to play the...

Diane Covington awarded Director of the Year

On Sunday, Nov. 7, Diane Covington, Leesville’s Choral Director, was awarded as the NCMEA (North Carolina Music Educators Association) Choral Director of the Year. The...

Hickey phenomenon sucks the life out of Leesville

Lately many Leesville students have arrived at school with a variety of strange markings on their neck. Were they strangled? Doubtful. Punched in the...

Canadian holidays: different day, same idea

Monday, October 11 marked the day that all Canadian families convene to stuff themselves silly with turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry jelly and pumpkin...

Media specialists work hard

Oddly enough, the biggest room in Leesville Road High School is one of the most neglected. This aforementioned labyrinth of books and computers is...

The Bucket List #3: Pride Productions

The lights dimmed, the curtains opened, a hush fell upon a packed audience.  A spotlight shone on the set, a 1940s living room.  A...

Cougars push aside Pride, take a share of Cap-8

The Wake Forest-Rolesville Cougars defeated the Leesville Pride in an overtime thriller, 20-14, on Friday, November 5. The game decided winners of the Cap...

Runner’s bladder: nothing to be ashamed of

Urinary incontinence, or the loss of bladder control, is not a laughing matter.  When one uncontrollably pees while running, it is often referred to...

Shish Kabob: a new lunch destination

This October, students at Leesville gained a new lunch option, Shish Kabob, a Mediterranean food restaurant located in Pinecrest Point. This restaurant is the...

Rocky Horror: Scandalous fun!

I recently wrote that Alex Stewart, senior, and I were Rocky Horror virgins, nervous and excited to go to our first ever showing of...

Recognizing Veterans Day

Over the past few days, I have heard many students wondering aloud, “Why can’t we just get Friday off instead of Thursday so we...

Restoring sanity and keeping fear alive

On Saturday, October 30, hundreds of thousands of sane and fearful Americans packed the Washington Mall for the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear,...

Rock climbing: an eccentric sport

Most Leesville students participate in generic sports: football, basketball and tennis are examples. This is mostly because these sports are available and easy to participate...

Blithe Spirit a hit

It is said that you do not marry someone you can live with, but rather, you marry the person who you cannot live without....

Student Services hosts College Application Week

The week of November 15-19, 2010 is Leesville Road High School’s College Application Week.  This statewide event is hosted by the counselors of the...

Drivers’ Ed helps prevent accidents

The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry says that the best way for teenagers to learn to drive is through a Driver’s Education...

Doing school: resume building

Resume building has become a necessary skill for high school students.  In order to appeal to colleges, students must remain competitive by participating in...

Theater crew heads endure Hell Week

Show Week Stress Twice a year, the technical theater students of Leesville endure something fondly referred to as “Hell Week,” the week preceding a school...

The good teacher conjecture

Studies show that high school students who get nine or more hours of sleep and a nutritious breakfast will do better in school. They...

Pride stays classy

The Pride varsity football team mauled the Millbrook Wildcats on Friday, October 22. The final score stood at 32 to 7, Pride. The evening of...

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