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Senior goodbye: Life is a highway

Senior goodbye: Life is a highway

Caleb Stein, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion

“Life is a highway.” I didn’t think the quote I would lead with for my last written piece as a staff member of The Red Ledger would be an excerpt from a song used in a Pixar movie, but here we are. But in terms of the message I want to give, it fits perfectly. I don’t believe many peop...

Senior goodbye: Mixed emotions

Senior goodbye: Mixed emotions

Katie Felton, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion

My parents always told me high school would be the best years of my life, and as I’m nearing the end, my only thought is if that’s true, I have a sad road ahead of me. High school, for me at least, was four years that I just had to get through. It wasn’t all bad, but I wouldn’t say it “shap...

Ed-emojis: End of the year, june bugs, service dogs, and more

Ed-emojis: End of the year, june bugs, service dogs, and more

The Red Ledger Staff

May 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Featured Opinion, Opinion

Editor Note: Ed-Emojis combine the thoughts of The Red Ledger with Leopard emojis to convey our quick thoughts on things around the school and in the world that make us laugh, cry, pout, smile, and more. 

Senior goodbye: Powerful pages

Senior goodbye: Powerful pages

Katie Bardwell, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion

Editor’s Note: Senior goodbyes are student pieces that reflect on their past years in high school. These pieces take very different perspectives and the prompt was meant to be vague to inspire creativity. Like most students, I rolled my eyes at required reading. I thought it was dull, unnecessary and u...

Senior goodbye: Unfulfilled expectations

Senior goodbye: Unfulfilled expectations

Emma Overholt, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion

Editor’s Note: Senior goodbyes are student pieces that reflect on their past years in high school. These pieces take very different perspectives and the prompt was meant to be vague to inspire creativity. At the end of my sophomore year, I walked into my academic decathlon class during finals w...

Senior goodbye: Parking spot 100

Senior goodbye: Parking spot 100

Anna Stockton, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Editor’s Note: Senior goodbyes are student pieces that reflect on their past years in high school. These pieces take very different perspectives and the prompt was meant to be vague to inspire creativity. Fueled by my gung-ho senior year attitude in August, I unknowingly made one of the worst deci...

Column: Why we are leaving GT

Column: Why we are leaving GT

Lily Hager and Benjamin Nopper

May 11, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion, Top Stories

We had such high hopes. Administration told us from a young age that we were special. We were gifted. As if our peers weren’t… But that was what we were raised to believe. So when we graduated middle school and special became different, the Gifted and Talented program had disappointed us. ...

On The Spot: Senior memories

On The Spot: Senior memories

Gaby Garcia, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018


Filed under Featured Opinion, On The Spot, Opinion

Seniors share their favorite moments and memories from their years at LHS.

Column: Fix the roads

Column: Fix the roads

Caleb Stein, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Columns, Featured Opinion, Opinion

The area of Fairview, Allen, and Lucas has a major problem. It’s not about any debates over taxpayer dollars, or district elections, or new houses and neighborhoods being built. It’s the roads and just how terrible of a state they are in. In particular, Stacy Road is an absolute mess. The con...

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