Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Pine Hollow Middle: Interview and Information

To help inform the North Raleigh community, below is a Q and A with Mr. Livengood -- the Pine Hollow Middle School Principal. And, beneath the...

Pride Complete CAP-8 Sweep of Heritage Thursday Night

Thursday night, in the second game of a two game CAP-8 series between the Leesville Road Pride and the Heritage Huskies, Leesville defeated Heritage...

Downton Abbey is back

Sunday night on PBS featured the long awaited return of Masterpiece Classic’s “Downton Abbey.” Chalked full of emotional rollercoasters and witty, passive aggressive remarks,...

Teenage Suicide in the United States

In the past several years, the rate of teenage suicide has plagued a nation that has become all too accustomed to it. Suicide is...

What does coal ash in North Carolina’s water supply look like today, and in the future?

In March of 2015, Duke Energy blasted the government of North Carolina for what it criticized as “regulatory overreach” when the state levied a...

Tips for High Schoolers Looking for Jobs

High school is a time when people are expected to meet certain milestones in their path towards becoming an independent adult. One of these...

Concussion has strong plot, but weak everything else

The phrase “based on a true story” is usually best taken with a grain of salt. Some people might perceive negative connotation around the...

The Spirit of Volunteerism

Saturday, December 11, the downtown Raleigh YMCA (Young Male Christian Association) held an annual event to help families without resources buy Christmas presents for...

My transition into veganism

On July 30, 2014, I decided to become a vegetarian. I made the choice overnight, and I honestly don’t have a specific reason as...

The Most Influential People/Groups of 2015

Influential People/Groups of 2015 by Michael Beauregard on Exposure

Spanish III Talks Culture

Señor Ross’s and Señora Sollie’s Spanish III classes are currently discussing Spanish traditions, cultures, history and geography. Each student was randomly assigned a topic...

The Evolution of Lacrosse at Leesville

Lacrosse, the fastest sport played on two feet, has finally made its impact on Leesville Road High School. Not long ago, the mens and...

2015’s most Fascinating People

2015 has been a big year for many people in different industries like sports, fashion, music, religious, political, and more. The following people have...

15 students join International Thespian Society

On Monday, December 7, fifteen Leesville students were inducted into the International Thespian Society (ITS). Returning members, parents, and the new inductees crowded into...

The Growing importance of community colleges

Year after year, the highest attended college for Leesville graduates has been Wake Technical Community College. This isn’t just limited to Leesville -- it's...

Volunteer Recognition Ceremony Recognizes Incredible Achievements

The annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony was held on Wednesday, December 9. The ceremony included volunteer service award honorees, their families, and an excellent speech...

New Heading Regulations for U.S. Soccer

On November 9, the U. S. Soccer Federation (USSF) announced regulations aimed at reducing the amount and severity of head injuries in youth soccer....

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