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One Day, one disappointment

One Day, one disappointment

Anisha Srivastava, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2011

Everyone loves the classic romance story of two best friends who constantly deny the obvious connection, until they finally realize they are soul mates and get married and live happily ever. The movie One Day, starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess has taken this classic love story and shattered it into ...

The Pretty Reckless: lead singer carries the band on debut album

Olivia Griffin, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2011

The Pretty Reckless, a new rising act in alternative rock music, features influences of classic and hardcore rock. Making its debut in 2009 when lead singer and rhythm guitarist Taylor Momsen was a mere 15-years-old, The Pretty Reckless began performing small gigs in bars and clubs, eventually earned...

Raising Cane’s Coming to Stacy Road

October 27, 2011

First it was In-N-Out, now another popular fast food restaurant is coming to Stacy Road.  LNN's Seth Royer has the details.

Orchestra makes 2011-2012 debut

Orchestra makes 2011-2012 debut

Carly Parkinson, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2011

The middle school and high school orchestras teamed up on October 20 to perform their 2011-2012 school year debut. With songs ranging from Beethoven to Tchaikovsky, the group attracted a crowd that nearly filled the high school auditorium. The ever-continuous expansion of the orchestra program was...

Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots Rock

Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots Rock

Autumn Keefer, News Editor

October 21, 2011

Another robot movie. Seriously? One would think three “Transformers” movies would be enough. But a robot boxing movie? It may seem ridiculous but Real Steel pulls it off. Although starting off slow, Real Steel is surprisingly centered on ex-boxer Charlie (Hugh Jackman), a consistent loser on the robo...

Drive hits theaters at full speed

Drive hits theaters at full speed

Sam McCorcle

October 6, 2011

After seeing the trailer, one might expect the usual action movie from Drive. It features choppy cuts, lots of shouting, and brief action sequences. But upon seeing the full-length movie, one finds a thrilling, violent, yet story-driven movie that modernizes the concept of film noir. The plot of...

Choir starts year with success

Elizabeth Bower, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2011

On Monday October 3rd, the choir held its first concert of the year. Though it was three weeks late, the anticipation was worth it. The concert was held in honor of the lives lost and the heroes of 9/11.  The hard work was definitely showcased throughout the performance, and with every harmony the audien...

The Ant and the Grasshopper

Meridan Cavanaugh, Student Life Editor

October 4, 2011

From colorful costumes to witty lines, the play put on by one of the theater classes, The Ant and the Grasshopper, did everything right. The two main characters were cast perfectly, with senior Tessa Haas as the rambunctious, fun-loving Grasshopper and senior Drew Shafranek as the hard-working Ant who ...

Mr. Lovejoy brings out the strange in some students

Carly Parkinson, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2011

From piano playing to sandwich making, track shorts and tights to tuxedos, this year’s Mr. Lovejoy pageant, held during school on September 29, allowed 8 senior guys to show off their style, talent, and wit to the entire school. Mr. Lovejoy is an annual event during homecoming week in which stereotypes...

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