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Community rallies to support Meghan Hancock

Community rallies to support Meghan Hancock

Ginger Hervey, Editor-in-chief

September 12, 2012


Filed under Community, Top Stories

On the morning of Tuesday, September 4, college sophomore Meghan Hancock was running on the track of Abilene Christian University for her Lifetime Wellness class, when she collapsed. It was a normal day for Mackenzie, Madison and Morgan Hancock- it started out like any other school day would for two...

How to NOT Have a Good First Six Weeks

Meridan Cavanaugh, Copy Editor

September 10, 2012


Filed under Academics, Community, Opinion

Tips for the first six weeks- how to make a first impression that your teachers and classmates will never forget and you may never live down: ○   DON’T come prepared. You don’t want to have all your supplies ready for each class. It’s much better to wait until the second six weeks to ...

Jonathan McInnis

Jonathan McInnis

Rebecca Bradley, Guest Contributor

August 9, 2012


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At age sixteen, most kids are focused only on passing their classes, winning their next game, or scoring a date to homecoming. Junior Jonathan McInnis, however, has his mind set on something much bigger – running his own photography business.             Surprisingly, McInnis found his...

Rebecca Bradley

Farren Barnett, Guest Contributor

July 15, 2012


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Four days, twelve hours of singing each day. To some, it may seem like torture, but to junior Rebecca Bradley, it is one of the best parts of her summer. While most teenagers spend their summer break lounging at the pool and hanging out with friends, Bradley attends All State Choir camps in preparation...

Learning at Lovejoy continues through the summer

Julia Carder, Staff Reporter

June 21, 2012


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The school year is over, but the teachers’ work is far from over. After just a few short weeks of summer they are already back in action participating in the annual Learning at Lovejoy. This program is mandatory for each district employee, but the teachers see this as a helpful and fun event. “I...

Reminiscing on summer memories

Meridan Cavanaugh, Student Life Editor

June 21, 2012


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Summer is the great vacation where teachers and students alike have time to relax and have fun. For some, there are one or two memories that stand out from the rest, from a favorite trip or concert to a day well-spent with family or friends. Here are some of the best memories of summer from across campus:   Mark Scott, ...

Beach volleyball becomes bumpin’ new hobby

Arun Sethi, Guest Contributor

June 12, 2012


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Sand has finally arrived in North Texas. Sounds crazy, but it has become a popular attraction at the Village of Fairview. Beach volleyball has brought together many people. “My friends and I make sure to go every night. It is really fun and a lot of people go,” junior Cameron Knight said. Summer...

Brek Mauer

Brek Mauer

Autumn Keefer, News Editor

May 31, 2012


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Fanatic. A person with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm or zeal, often towards a sport or team. This term embodies junior Brek Mauer, a Yankees and sports autograph fanatic. Mauer started collecting baseball players’ autographs at a very young age with the help of her dad. During the summer,...

Julia Belk

Julia Belk

Nathan Thorley, Guest Contributor

May 21, 2012


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Having successfully made her selection, Julia Belk scrolled down and happily clicked on the “Add to Basket” link. Few students can relate to the excitement Belk felt that summer day of 2008 as she fantasized about the gift she had just bought herself from online. No, it wasn’t a pair of new shoes....

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