This month, we ask Colonels, "Which senior will you miss the most?" Find out what your fellow classmates said in June's Roving issue!
In this month's Athlete of the Month, the Colonel is covering lacrosse player, Leslie Dunn! Find out who her biggest inspirations and more!
Pro: Although final exams are stressful, and so many at one time can leave students up at midnight trying to cram for multiple tests, these exams do serve a purpose, ultimately beneficial to teachers and students. Final exams should continue to be utilized in a school setting. The first reason final exams are beneficial is … Continue reading Final Exams: Pro Con
Pine Island is a wonderful place to be to help clean up and save the environment. However, if President Barack Obama happens to be close by, it may not be the best place to be. The ECE Marine Science class at LHS decided to take a trip to Pine Island to pick up trash and … Continue reading Thanks, Obama
The softball team encountered a lot of change this season with the arrival of their new coach, Brittany Connors. The team did not let the adjustment to new coaching styles and environment stand in their way. In the beginning of the season the team set a goal for themselves that consisted of making it to … Continue reading A Successful Season with a New Coach
For the new drivers who have just received their licenses, the opportunity to drive independently means increased freedom and better access around town, especially for a part time job. With many students who switch from buses and drop-offs to parking their own cars, there are concerns that exist regarding the ability to park, particularly regarding … Continue reading Pass on the Pass?
After several months of anxiously waiting, the Tanger Outlets opened their doors to the public. Inside, there are three levels of stores. The outlets are super convenient for those who are shopping fanatics. “The outlets are so awesome! Now I don’t have to drive all the way up to Clinton,” junior Raeghan O’Connor said. Many … Continue reading A New Addition to Foxwoods
I remember as a fresh-faced sophomore receiving a sheet of the top 100 “most challenged” books ever to be published, many of which have been staple readings in our English department’s curriculum, such as “To Kill a Mockingbird”, “Fahrenheit 451”, and, probably the most challenged on that list, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. We even … Continue reading Censor This
A: Drama A: New electives B: Athletics C: Winter D: WiFi F: SBAC A: A to the drama program. I mean, ya did “Les Mis.” B: To the athletic programs. If y’all don’t stop winning errything, we’re gonna have to pin those banners to the floor. A: To the new electives. Everyone … Continue reading Final Report Card
On May 5, the epic “Marvel” comic book story, “The Avengers” continued. Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, the Hulk, Hawkeye, and Black Widow had to fight their self created monster. The fight, together with emotions, fear, and ethical dilemmas, made this movie incredibly good. What’s special about the Marvel movies is they don’t just make … Continue reading Second Movie, but Not Just Second Best