By Alexis Mast and Viviana Straniero, June 2021
Take a look into every sport’s season.
By Lyric Chassin, Cassidy Farrell, Sydney Kaelin, Kyla McGhee, Dayna Wilkerson; May 2021
Take a look into the lives of Leesville students and their hobbies!
By Francis Fleming, April 2021
The ultimate guide to Mario Kart Wii.
By Gretchen Stern, March 2021
LRHS is a special place for many different people. Over the years it has changed and grown, but its mission to help students achieve their goals and be successful has remained strong. In this project Leesville alumni and old faculty speak about their LRHS experience and its impact on their lives.
By Ellie Thompson, November 2020
During the Covid-19 lockdown, churches shut down to protect their congregations. As the world starts to open up again, many aspects of how they gather have changed. Have the core aspects of the church changed without physical gatherings?
By Ellie Bruno and Marie Cox, October 2020
Downtown Raleigh is a rich mixture of history and culture. In our current political, environmental, and societal climates, culture in the form of art has been popping up left and right across the area. While shops had to board up windows, artists across the city saw canvases to play with — which is exactly what they did. A supplement to the permanent murals scattered across the city, these pops of color brighten up the significantly quieter urban streets.
By Asis Johnson. October 2020
By Sarah Jumma, 2019-2020
On May 1, 2019, teachers, students, and people from all over the state gathered to march in support of Red4Ed.
By Ashley Tysiac, 2018-2019
The Leesville area is full of volunteer opportunities that Leesville students are encouraged to take advantage of.