Since the hit movie “A Star is Born” came out in October, fans everywhere have been speculating rumors about the on and off-screen relationship between Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Given the plot and details of the movie, it’s understandable that hopeful viewers at home would want the two to make the movie into a … Continue reading CelebriTEA: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
In the trade that no one saw coming, superstar wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., was traded to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for defense player Jabrill Peppers and offense guard Kevin Zeitler. Within minutes of the trade being released to the public, it soon became the only topic people were talking about. From many well-known … Continue reading Odell is Going Where?!
Olivia Strelevitz is a senior at Ledyard High School. She is known for being a varsity swimmer, as well as for her volunteerism. She will continue her education at Southern Connecticut University, and will be pursuing a career in education. The Colonel: What do you do outside of school? Strelevitz: I swim for my … Continue reading Senior Spotlight: Olivia Strelevitz
Nathan Hale is regarded as a local hero, having been born in Coventry, CT in 1755. Hale was a teacher up until he joined the Continental army to fight for the fledgling United States. Hale earned his “fame” when he volunteered for an espionage and intelligence-gathering mission to the British-occupied New York City. He was … Continue reading Why Nathan Hale is Overrated
Taking standardized tests can be a very stressful experience for some people. However, there’s no need to fret about it. Here are some tips that will help prepare students for the SAT. Take Practice Tests Practice tests can be very helpful so that students can become familiar with the layout of the SAT. … Continue reading How to Prepare for the SAT
The month of madness is coming faster than you think, and what’s a better thing to do in March than fill out a bracket of what 64 college basketball teams will make it far in the tournament and be able to call themselves national champions? For those who don’t know what the March Madness tournament … Continue reading March Madness
A to LHS Music Pasta Dinner The LHS music pasta dinner has been an annual affair for at least twenty years. This year, the pasta dinner featured performances from Select, Chamber, Final Cut, Acabellas, Premier, Jazz Band, and Wind Orchestra. The night was enjoyed by many LHS music supporters with good food and good music. … Continue reading February As and Fs