Articles by McKenna Daley, print senior editor





Seniors chalk spots before school year

While the school year started on Monday, August 27, LRHS seniors started school festivities well before. The Sunday before school started, seniors gathered in the…



Raleigh’s March for our Lives

Today is Saturday, March 24th, and all across the country there are marches against gun violence. The main march took place in Washington D.C. where…


Girl Scout cookies come to Leesville

When one walks through of halls of Leesville during the first months of 2018, one common theme is cookies. Leesville students who are also Girl…


Year-Round Athletes

School. Practice. Shower. Eat. Homework. Sleep. Repeat. This is what a typical day looks like for a year-round student athlete. Leesville is home to quite…


Leesville Football Student Section

During the Fall sports season, Leesville students spend their Friday nights in the football stands. Whether it is at Hamilton Stadium or another team’s field,…





Trying Veganism

Day 1 (Monday) Breakfast: Glass of Almond Milk, Rice Chex, strawberries Lunch: Spinach salad, sweet potato fries, ketchup, mixed nuts, apple Snack: Popcorn, handful dried…


Cheerwine Mile

With every sports team comes quirky traditions, and the Leesville track team is no exception. Every season, the track team holds The Cheerwine mile: 4…



The Art of Shotput

Whether you want to meet new people or get in shape, shot put is an all around sport many Leesville students love. Shot put is…



Food Friday: IHOP vs. Waffle House

With no school on the weekends, many Leesville students go out to breakfast with their friends, but the question is where? In the first edition…


Tips for a student athlete

With a full day including school, sports practice, and the stress of maintaining a healthy body, how does a student athlete do it? Here are…


Food Friday: Cook-Out or Steak-N-Shake?

In this edition of Food Friday, the question of Cook-out or Steak-N-Shake will be explored. Both restaurants are known for their milkshakes, but when put…



BYOD comes to Leesville

The Bring Your Own Device initiative is coming to Leesville in the 2016-2017 school year. This program allows for students to bring their own smart…


Gas crisis strikes NC

Last week, a leak in a major gas pipeline has caused a large shortage of gasoline for drivers in 5 different states. The cause of…


Leesville Debuts Club for Athletes

With the 2016-2017 Leesville school year fully underway, new clubs have started appearing–including Pride Players, a community service club specifically for LRHS athletes. When asked…


Salve, Latin Students!

With the new school year in full swing, that means clubs have started up again including the Latin club. The first meeting took place on…