Which college is right for you?

Timmy Martin, Staff Writer

March 21, 2014

  As the school year dwindles down, high school seniors are beginning to prepare for the next stage of their educational career: college. However, a large amount of high school seniors planning on attending college still have n...

The Five Least Useful College Degrees

Jack VanSullen, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

In today’s market and economic climate, a decent and fulfilling job often requires at least a minimal level of post-secondary school training, whether it be through colleges, trade schools, or some other venue. Even so, many...

Politics and you

Jack van Sullen, Staff Writer

February 24, 2014

  Politics has always been a hot-button issue, ever since the day man first argued over cave space or how to use the new dinosaur skull. What people believe in, or rather, what they don’t, has commonly erupted into argumen...

Tips for teens on making and saving money

Hannah Mathies, Staff Writer

November 27, 2013

  Statistics have shown that the average high school student spends $40 a week on gas, fast food, and going out with friends. Many teenagers have jobs and while the money should go into the bank to save for college, much of it b...

Lakeview High School survival guide

John Tinnette, Staff Writer

October 16, 2013

   TO ALL CURRENT OR FUTURE LAKEVIEW HIGH STUDENTS: This guide will ensure a fun and successful time during grades nine through twelve here at Lakeview. First, we have to address the elephant in the room, Mr. Case. He is a toug...

Applying for the next stage of our lives

Alex Makohn, Staff Writer

October 15, 2013

  After high school, most students choose to go onto college, but in order to get into college you have to apply to college first. For seniors in high school applying to high school can be very stressful. In order to apply to ...

Sandy Hook shooting serves as gateway to controversial topics

Abby Lampron, Editor-In-Chief

February 14, 2013

Friday, December 14 marked a tragic day in the nation’s history when 20-year-old Adam Lanza opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Lanza shot and killed his mother, Nancy, in their home before shooting his way into...

U.S. ranks among highest in gun-related deaths

Sam Miners, Feature editor

January 25, 2013

Twenty-seven people brutally slaughtered- including 20 children. It is heartbreaking. However, although it may seem like bad timing, the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting cannot help but be seen as a plea for stricter...

Locker Organization

Anabel Aquino, Staff Writer

October 8, 2012

How many times a day are you late for class: one, two, or even three times? Are your grades low because of misplaced homework? Just a few simple tricks can help you get places on times and even help you with your grades. Locker...

Online vs Print

Keristyn Harbin, Staff Writer

October 4, 2012

America has always had newspapers. These papers, however, have come under some pressure from free online news sources. Our newspaper is no exception. The low demand of papers has forced us to go completely online. Some think that...

Is popularity worth it?

Ben Tyler, Staff Writer

September 27, 2012

As human beings, we all strive to be known. Whether it just be known personally or known for something we did or accomplished. As teenage students, while trying to figure out who we are, we also strive for acceptance in others....

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