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Welcome to Tow Truck High

Welcome to Tow Truck High

Caroline S., Executive Editor
April 15, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

If you haven’t been paying attention, administration has had it up to their heads with students parking illegally. Though announced throughout the entire first quarter and beginning of the third after the winter break, students have been neglecting the rules that come with parking on campus. As a sophomore,...

Pope Francis Grants Sainthood to Lake Mary High School Teacher

Pope Francis Grants Sainthood to Lake Mary High School Teacher

Kirsten K., Campus Editor
April 4, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

Yes, that’s right Rams you heard it first from the Rampage.  One of our teachers was just recently granted sainthood from Pope Francis himself.  Señora Gavilanes or should I say Saint Gavilanes is now the voice of Lake Mary High School students. As we all know Señora is one of the most caring...

STD Season Is Upon Us

STD Season Is Upon Us

Avah M., Staffer
February 29, 2016
Filed under Campus News

Knees sweaty, arms spaghetti-- it must be testing season. It’s the time of year when the halls of Lake Mary are plagued with excess stress, the media center is never open for your needs, and STD (Standardized Testing Disorder) spreads like a wildfire. Extremely contagious, anyone within twenty feet...

Ram Pride World Wide

Ram Pride World Wide

February 5, 2016
Filed under Campus News

There will never be a clear answer as to if high school is better, or if college is better. The best way to find out is by talking to some former Rams, who were successful during their high school career and have progressed to the real world. There are plenty of aspects of high school that never get...

Starbucks Saves More Lives Than Project Grad.

Starbucks Saves More Lives Than Project Grad.

Caroline S., Executive Editor
February 3, 2016
Filed under Campus News

It won’t ever make sense why high school starts the earliest out of all the other grade levels. Let’s face it, teenagers need more sleep. This, plus motor vehicles, doesn’t seem to fit together. Why should the age group that requires at least 9 hours of sleep per night be forced to wake up extraordinarily...

Cuffing Season

Cuffing Season

Kirsten Kossler, Campus Editor
January 8, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Feature

Our generation has come up with this universal social contract/“getting to know you” phase of relationships that is actually some type of nerve raking torture. The “talking” phase. It’s a period of overanalyzing, overthinking, and awkward uncertainty. Two people express interest in each...

“You can’t be in our Group Message”

Kirsten Kossler, Campus Editor
January 8, 2016
Filed under Campus News

*You’ve left the conversation*, the worst notification a teen can receive when you know you did not remove yourself. Group messages including “squads” have affected teen’s feelings of acceptance because if you aren’t in your class group message you’re a nobody, right? WRONG! I promise you, i...

First World Problems: School Edition

Avah M., Staffer
September 11, 2015
Filed under Campus News

The start of a new school year means the start of new problems. We say goodbye to our summer leisures and begin the struggles of school. From trying to keep our phones charged to avoiding accidental twinning, school can get pretty stressful. “I have to bring my charger everyday, but on occasion...

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