Monthly Archives: February, 2017

Leesville Captains Ready to Lead Teams to Glory

For the Leesville Pride, spring sports games are just around the corner. This signifies a time of renewal through new faces and coaches for...

Girls Soccer: A Tradition of Dominance

The Leesville Road girls soccer program is known for their long-lasting tradition of dominance and excellence. Having won multiple state titles and conference championships,...

Hard Work: The Key to Success

In today’s society, the ‘best of the best’ succeed and everyone else falls beneath them in the order of who has the most talent....

President Donald Trump’s First Month on the Job

Following a highly contested election on November 9, 2016, Donald Trump was inaugurated as President of the United States on January 20, 2017. Now,...

Storytelling Part 2 (TV)

As a common pastime in the U.S., television plays a monumental role in the lives of everyone. As a continuation of my first storytelling article...

What Happened to Winterfest?

Winterfest throughout the Ages by Erin Darnell on Exposure

Recap of the Grammys

The international music community eagerly tuned in to the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 12. Music’s biggest night kicked off with a...

Conversation with a Champion

Leesville Road’s Grace Countie is one of the top elite swimmers in the state of North Carolina. She has won three individual NCHSAA 4A...

Dear Grade-Driven Freshmen and Sophomores…

Dear the freshmen and sophomores who are just as grade driven as I was two years ago, I am writing to you today to inform...

Q&A with Mrs. Canada

Gwen Canada, a teacher in the CTE Department, is the Leesville Road High School’s career development coordinator. She commonly answers student’s questions about college,...

Are Senior Exemptions Worth Sickness

Every student has their school’s exam exemptions policy memorized. At Leesville, underclassmen watch seniors walk out the door without taking their end-of-year tests. Leesville’s...

Leesville’s Model UN Attends DUMUNC

Leesville Road High School’s Model U.N. club attended the Duke Model United Nations Conference from February 16 to 19. This marked the fourth year...

Leesville Senior Pursues More Education at NCSSM

The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics was founded in 1980 as a premier public high school for juniors and seniors. A strenuous...

Leesville Road Falls to Millbrook in the Cap-8 Tournament Semifinals

Going into the semifinals in the Cap-8 tournament, Leesville Road had faced Millbrook two previous times, both teams winning one game at their respective...

An International Valentine’s Day

Although Valentine’s Day is known for love, the story behind it is a lot more dreary. Valentine’s Day is named after Saint Valentine, a...

Opinion: Can You Really Tell if You’re Reading Fake News?

Where were you when Hillary Clinton died in September? Or when Obama banned the pledge of Allegiance in December? How about when Lindsay Lohan...

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