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LUSH Cosmetics Unveils Holiday Products

October 22, 2017 9:49pm | Halina Dreger

With Halloween and Christmas both coming up, many companies have pulled out all the stops to bring holiday joys to their customers– and LUSH Cosmetics is no exception. For “spooky season,” LUSH has a plethora of bubble bars, bath bombs, and presents to give you […]

Iceland

October 20, 2017 6:09pm | Sasha Seckers

Iceland is home to stunning, cascading waterfalls,  lush green pastures, glaciers and breathtaking mountains. If the conditions are correct, the northern lights can be viewed from certain parts of Iceland. Iceland is home to the blue lagoon, a geothermal spa with an outdoor lagoon. Iceland […]

Breakup Season

October 19, 2017 12:08pm | Max Boland

Breakup season is upon us. Although the sight of couples everywhere gives the illusion that relationships are solid, for juniors, seniors and freshman in college they’re about to be over. As college preparation closes in, adulthood does too. Early November is the time for testing, […]

Trump Slashes Key Obamacare Subsidies

October 18, 2017 1:15pm | Joe Burtzlaff

Late Thursday night, the White House announced that the Trump administration would stop supporting a key component of Obamacare: cost-sharing subsidies, which are given to insurance companies that reduce co-pays and deductibles for people who receive insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Since Trump took office […]

Swimming Vs. Running: Which is better?

October 15, 2017 11:46pm | Madyson Lewellyn

A swimmer chronicles a life filled with 5 a.m practices, the solace associated with water, and the smell of chlorine that no amount of shampoo can cure. A runner chronicles a life of running in countless circles around a track, an enduring pain of shin […]

The Controversy Around Columbus Day

October 12, 2017 2:56pm | Jared Dubber

We have all heard the saying, “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” but is this famous explorer as innocent as he seems? And should we be celebrating his accomplishments in a national holiday? The holiday started as early as 1792, when across the country […]

Boo at the Zoo: Cleveland Metroparks

October 6, 2017 2:46pm | Chloe Soneson

Cleveland’s favorite Halloween tradition just got even amazing at the Cleveland Metropark’s Zoo. Tis years boo at the Zoo is presented by Citizens Bank features more treat stations, unlimited 4-D Theater movies, carousel and train rides, and three weekend to choose from Fridays thru Sundays, […]

The History of the Pumpkin

October 6, 2017 2:44pm | Lalia Williams

Every year around Halloween people break out the decorations, candy, and, of course, pumpkins. But the history of pumpkins is a little more concrete than the orange squash that tends to collapse on itself a day or two after the holiday is over. The oldest […]

What is a Dance-Movement Therapist?

October 2, 2017 1:14am | Halina Dreger

Dance/movement therapy is not a common career, but those who participate in the field lead inspiring lives that are critical to those in need of mental, physical, emotional, or social support. The goal of the job is to help individuals in rehab, with special needs, […]

What is it Like Inside of a Pediatric Psychiatric Ward?

October 2, 2017 1:14am | Halina Dreger

Two years ago, I sat in the emergency room of Fairview Hospital at night, crying while experiencing the worst panic attack of my life. I was soon brought back to a room with a hospital bed and was asked a series of questions to help […]

Counting down the days

March 3, 2017 3:08pm | Joseph Lemmeier

Before you know it school will we coming to an end. This means Seniors will be graduating  ,and everyone will be climbing up a step into their life. With less than 90 days left you have to finish out strong because it could cost you […]

Remembering President Barack Obama

November 14, 2016 4:51pm | Brandon Gue

As we all hear about President-Elect Trump’s victory over Senator Hillary Clinton, some of us worry and fear. But Barack Obama built a stronger nation in the course of his eight years in office, and here, at the times we like to focus on the […]

New Teachers – Mr. Dennis Wondrak

November 2, 2016 1:22pm | Adela Alla

A.A. – What do you like most about teaching as a career? D.W. – “I like that I have an opportunity to share my knowledge and life experiences with the future generations.”   A.A.- What is one of your weaknesses, and how are you working […]

New LHS Club: Educator’s Rising

October 18, 2016 3:28pm | Eman Naserallah

We’ve all heard the infamous question asked by our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, etc., “What do you want to be when you’re older?” This question could be answered with all different job fields, obviously. It all depends on your interests, your strengths and even […]

Hey Seniors!

October 13, 2016 3:29pm | Sara Crawford

The autumn leaves have started to drift to the ground, the temperature has started to drop, the smell of apple cinnamon wafts through the air, the sound of aggravated seniors as they try to figure out their plans after high school arises from hundreds of local homes. […]