Monthly Archives: September, 2019

Daniel Jones stuns doubters

Daniel Jones, the rookie quarterback for the New York Giants, stunned haters and doubters across the internet after his debut against the Buccaneers on...

Is the demise of the NCAA coming?

College sports are a driving force in American culture. All over, the US families enjoy watching these student athletes excel in their sport; events...

Students and the importance of sleep

Late nights are common for highschoolers. Whether they’re spent doing homework, on social media, or talking with friends, the effects during the day can...

“Don’t Call Me Angel” is a disappointment

When I first heard that Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey all performed on a song together, I was filled with anticipation...

Clashes and compromise in mixed religious families

Having two different religious influences in one family is a dilemma that many people have to deal with. In my case, I have a...

A month after getting rid of Smart Lunch…

Originally, I was going to write this article on my first thoughts of AB lunch within the first week, but I realized that to...

What counselors do for juniors and seniors

Being an upperclassman comes with one more thing to worry about: decisions about college. Student Services helps juniors and seniors with anything college-related. College...

Latin Club

The Latin Club held its first interest meeting on September 16 and is ready for a new batch of students to join the club...

Distractions in the classroom

School can be extremely dull for a lot of students at certain times. With the mountain of different classes students find themselves taking, students...

Offseason training in school sports

School sports, especially in the area surrounding Leesville Road High School, can be very competitive. Teams are so competitive that they often end up...

How Technology has changed teaching

Hardware and software, in their many forms, have been playing huge roles in teaching in recent years, and are being used more and more...

The Future of Tarheel football

Former Texas Longhorn football coach, Mack Brown, agreed to return to coaching college football at the University of Chapel Hill for the 2019-2020 season....

SPARKCon: a Raleigh destination for creativity

Last weekend, the streets of downtown Raleigh were full of snack vendors, dancers, artists, craft booths, and music as VAE Raleigh held its annual...

High Schoolers and Fast Fashion

The outfits high schoolers wear everyday go through a long process in order to reach their hands. From a strand of polyester, to a...

VSCO Girls– The evolved “basic white girl”

VSCO girls have officially taken over the internet. A trend that initially started with videos on Tik-Tok has spread all over the internet, including...

Brain Game competing for the Pride

Leesville’s Brain Game team smiles even after giving up a question. They have fun when the game is challenging, trying only to have a...

Better than Florence? Hurricane Dorian’s effect on the coast

 Hurricane Dorian hit the coast of North Carolina on September fifth, late in the afternoon. Many yards of houses along the coast were filled...

Jack Fuhrer Feature

Jack Fuhrer practices on the track for his next big race. He focuses on form and cadence, two important parts of racing mechanics. (Photo...

FCCLA club 2019-2020

The mission of the Leesville Family Career & Community Leaders of America club (FCCLA) is to create service projects to provide aid to those...

Wrestling preseason is in full swing

  If your morning stroll to class is interrupted by the crashing of metal, the slapping of frantic feet, or the grunting of disheveled kids,...

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Bring SMART Lunch Back

Lights, Camera, Homecoming!

Exchange Students at Leesville

No More Indian Princesses

First Leesville Football Loss

 Model UN at Leesville

iOS Update

Hispanic Heritage Month

Pride Athletic Club Pass

Local Band: Sweet Dream

The Benefits of Music

Balancing a Job During School

The Banned Books Controversy

 Bringing Back Pep Rallies

Test Taking 

 Game Design Academy

Students Sleep