Repeated Thefts On, Near Campus

Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   The catalytic converter helps to reduce airborne pollutants that could harm people as well as the environment. Effectively turning 90% of unbreathable, harmful toxins into more manageable fumes. The efficiency of the catalytic converter isn’t the reason for the mass increase in the theft of this car part. It’s the valuable materials that lie within.   […]

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Anti-Hero Takeover

Luke Daines, Staff Reporter   On October 21, 2022, at midnight sharp, music icon Taylor Swift dropped her 10th studio album. Midnights, the stories of 13 sleepless nights throughout Swift’s career, was received astoundingly well by adoring fans. But that evening was just the beginning.   At 3 am, Swift dropped “Midnights: 3am Edition” containing 7 bonus tracks. This extended […]

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Accepted: Why is the SAT Still the Standard for Proving Yourself to Colleges?

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   Mention the words Collage Board, SATs, or Advanced Placement to upperclassman and college students, they will probably react with an uneasy look. These standardized tests have become commonplace among American High Schools. Several students this week on Wednesday Oct.12th took the PSAT. So many students may now be asking if college entrance exams are still […]

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Tardy Round-up Here to Stay

Jennifer Hernandez, Staff Reporter   Many students were shocked to see the new tardy round-up program this 2022-23 school year at LEE High School. English teacher Ms. Amanda Towers has taken charge of rounding up stragglers in the hallways during lunch periods to prevent students from avoiding classes.   “There are consequences for ignoring the rules, you can’t hide, so […]

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District Responds to Uvalde Shooting with Increased Security

Madison Munoz, Staff Reporter   With growing concerns over school shootings; parents, students, and teachers alike look to district officials for comfort and direction.    An enthusiastic “welcome to the 22-23 school year” over the morning announcements is quickly followed by an extensive list of new safety and security measures. This greeting is the new reality for students on their […]

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Red Hot Chili Peppers New Album “Unlimited Love” Review

Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   From their multi-platinum peaks to their sad, desperate lows, the Red Hot Chili peppers have always aspired toward a humble goal: to make you feel like you’re in the studio with them, zoning in and out and goofing around, watching three exceptionally talented musicians and an extremely jacked singer spitballing ideas and keeping each other entertained. […]

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