Monthly Archives: December, 2014

Executive Council reigns in the holiday cheer

December 13, members of Leesville’s Executive Council spent their Saturday with the folks at Springmoor life care & retirement community. Members wished the residents...

Chorus conducts concert

Leesville Road High School’s chorus concert was held on December 12 in the auditorium. Tonya Dickens, chorus director, along with Toney-Paite Phillips and Logan...

Dance Concert contributes to the arts at Leesville

Last night, the Leesville dance I, II and ensemble groups performed at their 2014 Winter Dance Concert. The show will go on again December...

Hanukkah: Light up the Night

Hanukkah lasts for eight days and eight nights for Jewish people around the world. The story of Hanukkah is one from the Old Testament....

Leesville’s own Sarah Cade wins assistant men’s soccer coach of the year

With just her second season with the Pride, Sarah Cade has received the honors of North Carolina State Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach of the...

Shepherd’s Way Tree Farm

In the month of December, people of Raleigh can find Christmas trees at every corner. It is easy for a family to pick out...

College football adds playoffs

College football has gone through the biggest innovation the sport has seen in decades. 2014 is the first year college football will hold playoffs....

DECA Club competes in Districts

Leesville’s DECA Club traveled to the Raleigh Convention Center to compete in the District Competition on December 8, 2014. Leesville falls into District 3...

Anthology versus literary criticism

This year’s graduating class has been hard at work all semester on the famous senior year english project. However, instead of the typical senior...

Who cares if Christmas comes early?

After October 31, malls and stores bring out the Christmas lights, songs and decorations. Then follows the constant grumbling that the holidays have been...

Play Review: Ira David Wood III’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ 40th Anniversary

The 40th performance of Ira David Wood III’s “A Christmas Carol” opened Wednesday, December 10, at the Duke Energy Center for Performing Arts in...

Sam Smith makes Christmas sad

Christmas-time and sorrowful feelings almost never go hand in hand. It’s supposed to be a joyful occasion, but Sam Smith’s rendition of “Have Yourself...

Why ‘Theory of Everything’ could take home an Oscar

As the Academy Awards race begins to heat up, more movies will be released well into the end of the month. Last week, the...

A different perspective on the holidays

The winter air is filled with excitement as Christmas day gets closer and closer. Students anxiously count down the days until break, impatiently awaiting...

Are high school relationships important?

Whether we like it or not, high school is an experience that shapes almost every aspect of our lives. This raises questions about the...

Spanish spreading Christmas cheer

The Christmas spirit is spreading through the city of Raleigh while people prepare for the most joyful season of the year. Hanging up lights, decorating...

The Fast Lane

Basic Overview To upperclassmen, having a car can be a big deal. With your own car, you can have your own parking spot, go off campus...

Mycenaean Exclusive: Clay Aiken reflects on life, politics, career to date

In eighth grade at Leesville Road Middle School, Clay Aiken interviewed former Governor Terry Sanford for an essay about someone he admired. While most...

Leesville concludes successful 2014 Food Drive

Leeville’s Food Drive came to a close on Wednesday, December 3. After almost three weeks of collecting food and money donations, LRHS finished strong...

Orchestra performs winter concert

On Friday, December 9, the Leesville Road High School Orchestra performed their annual winter concert. Led by director Mark Stiles, both the string and...

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