**If you have an overflowing love of groundhogs proceed with caution while reading this article** Welcome to a new segment called Big Bad Bird Moments, where we talk about stupid and evil birds with Ledyard High students and staff. Today’s article will be telling the story of Mr. Cartier and his dog’s summoning of some… Read More Big Bad Bird Moments #2
The NFL season came to an end, and the NFL has awarded its most impactful players this year with their respective awards. The idea is to bring recognition to those special players who made their names known in an impactful way this season. First up is MVP, for the majority of the season it was… Read More The NFL’s Best
Are you the person who eats cereal without looking at the ingredients, or eats fruits and vegetables without washing them? Then you may want to think twice in doing so. What is actually in the food we consume? “CDC estimates that each year 1 in 6 Americans get sick from contaminated food or beverages… Read More Food Safety
It’s no joke that the environment’s condition seems to worsen every year, with the smoke stacks steaming, water pollution galore, and who could forget about deforestation? But a large percentage of pollution can come from a pretty unthought of area, and that is the textile industry. The textile industry, growing in popularity since the introduction… Read More Fast Fashion: Why is it so bad?
“Perks of Being a Wallflower” has got to be one of the most charismatic, eye-opening movies I have ever watched. The acting skills and scripting of this movie are beyond imposing, it will leave you with your jaw on the floor by the time it’s over. This movie takes place in the early 1990s, with… Read More “Perks of Being a Wallflower” Movie Review
The Boston Bruins started the year coming off a first round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes. In the off season, the Bruins made some moves that seemed to make them the powerhouse team in the NHL. With the addition of forwards Pavel Zacha and unretired David Kreicji, the goal scoring depth of the Bruins improved.… Read More Can The Boston Bruins Make History?
Everyone has their water bottle they use every day, and some people can become very protective and hostile of their liquid holders. There are also the types of people that are fine with sharing and giving waterfalls. Which one are you? We remember the bottles that look like milk cartons, and the Hydro Flasks, but… Read More Water Bottles Are Great
It’s lambing season here in the LHS Ag-Sci department! The Lamb Watch Crew, consisting of junior Shelby Morrison, junior Teagan Lajoie, junior Sydney Weber, junior Leah Petersen, sophomore Cassidy Baker, and sophomore Jessica Dudley, were more than prepared for anything they might face. Five sheep were bred this year: Honeysuckle, Maplesugar, Clover, Violet, and Jingles,… Read More The Tale Of The Five Pregnant Sheep At LHS
Not everyone is a fan of football and the Super Bowl. When your family gets together at a Super Bowl party it can get boring and loud. Sometimes I wonder why I’m even watching if I don’t like football. There are most likely going to be a few people who watch football and know what… Read More Not a Fan of Football? Do This At The Super Bowl Get Together
The big game that’s taken 26 weeks to reach, starting on August 11, 2022, spanning to the Super Bowl’s set date of February 12, 2023, is finally almost here. The game will be played in State Farm Stadium, Arizona, the home of the Cardinals. The stadium will welcome two foreign teams to battle one another… Read More Sunday Funday: Super Bowl LVII