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How To Find the Perfect Valentine

How To Find the Perfect Valentine

Grace Faucheux, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, HOW-TO

Valentine’s Day is a day that many people either dread or love. Some people spend this day alone and some people spend it with the people that they love the most. Finding a special someone to share this day with can be difficult, so here are some “How-To” tips. Find someone who you share a common inter...

By the Numbers: Will Smith’s genie causes backlash & terror

By the Numbers: Will Smith’s genie causes backlash & terror

Jackson Carlstrom, Co-Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under COLUMNS, FEATURES, Showcase

Disney has been releasing live action remakes old classic animated films; from Cinderella in 2015, to The Jungle Book in 2016, to Beauty and the Beast in 2017, the latter of which grossed over 1 billion dollars worldwide. All these remakes have made Disney over 2 billion dollars in total, so it is no s...

Positivity keeps the world balanced

Positivity keeps the world balanced

Aniya Gardner, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, STUDENTS

Throughout life you will always come across  many people with some sort of attitude. Some of those people may have negative attitudes, some may have positive attitudes or some could be in between. You may wonder how these people with positive attitudes keep a smile on their face even when it is st...

Two students earn chairs in GMEA 2019 All-State Band

Two students earn chairs in GMEA 2019 All-State Band

Jackson Carlstrom, Co-Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Band, CAMPUS NEWS, FEATURES, FINE ARTS

21 band members traveled to Houston County High School for the second round of All-State Band auditions last month. The results are in now, and two students from Lee County will be representing the band at All-State. Trumpet player Jacob Carlstrom (10) and clarinet player Christopher Kim (11) both ear...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Abby Hughes

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Abby Hughes

Georgia Miller, Editor in Chief

February 10, 2019


Filed under HUMANS OF LEE, Showcase

In Lee County there are lots of different students that aspire to do great things. There are also many that are doing just that here and now, while still in high school. One of these students is Abby Hughes (11). Hughes is a junior, taking advanced courses, part of the student government associ...

The effects of mono after recovery

The effects of mono after recovery

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, STUDENTS

It has been almost two months since I last dealt with mono. Going back to my regular routine was a lot harder than expected. I am the type of person that is deadline oriented, so trying to keep up with make-up work while also learning in class was a struggle. I was learning standards and units that my c...

By the Numbers: the 2019 Oscars best picture nominations

By the Numbers: the 2019 Oscars best picture nominations

Jackson Carlstrom, Managing Editor

January 31, 2019


Filed under COLUMNS, FEATURES

The Academy Awards, or The Oscars, are a set of highly esteemed awards that are given to different films, actors, actresses, directors, and other production members. Categories range from best director, best visual effects, best actor in a leading role, and the top category, best picture. It is one of the ...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Chris Kim

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Chris Kim

Hannah Elliott and Georgia Miller

January 31, 2019


Filed under HUMANS OF LEE, Showcase

Starting a club can be a strenuous process. It is rarely done by sophomores because they are the youngest at the school, and they have less of a ground to start anything on. Chris Kim (11) started a club as a sophomore called Evergreen Environmental, and it is now heading into its second year of activi...

By the Numbers: The best movies of 2018

By the Numbers: The best movies of 2018

Jackson Carlstrom, Managing Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under COLUMNS, FEATURES, FINE ARTS, Showcase

Now that January has rolled around, the 2018 movie season is over. 2018 saw lots of financial successes as audiences went down to the theaters several times for different major blockbusters that year. However, instead of looking at the numbers, we are going to dive into my personal opinion today. ...

Big Chungus: Meme Review

Big Chungus: Meme Review

Carlin Garey, Shorts Editor

January 10, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, social life, STUDENTS

Big Chungus randomly occurred one day and people do not know how or why, but it went viral immediately, and people loved it. There have been random occurrences of this meme before it went viral, and people started to notice this and continued on the trend. The meaning of this meme is Bugs Bunny from...

Tips for testing

Tips for testing

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

January 9, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, STUDENTS

Exams are the one thing all students stress about. They count for a good portion of final grades, and can determine whether or not one gets credit for the class. Studying for a test is just half of the battle; the questions still have to be answered. Many students feel like they are prepared for the...

Marching band prepares for Sugar Bowl trip

Marching band prepares for Sugar Bowl trip

Jackson Carlstrom, Managing Editor

January 2, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, FINE ARTS, MARCHING BAND, Showcase

The Sugar Bowl in New Orleans is more than just a football game. The entire city is active and celebrating during this time. It is a New Year to remember. And this year, the marching band will be able to be at the heart of the celebration. Under Ronald Hill (faculty), the marching band was invited to be...

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