The Independent Student Voice of LMHS.

The Rampage

Turned Into a Cow at School-Students Denied Rights

Turned Into a Cow at School-Students Denied Rights

Madison.C, Staff
December 15, 2016
Filed under Opinion

You know what cows are? Indistinctive, farm animals that are doomed to be corralled by whatever figure asserts power over them. Their end is probably set to become a large, double-cheeseburger at McDonald's. Although the human race may view themselves superior to cows in every way possible, students...

What Would a 21st Century School Cafeteria Look Like?

What Would a 21st Century School Cafeteria Look Like?

Ryan McG, Staff Writer
September 27, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Teens nowadays have options. We can watch whatever we want, when we want. We can listen to whatever we want, when we want. We can choose to either sit in a classroom or go virtual even. We can study traditional academics or we can opt for the E-Pathways route. Why then are we eating lunches in the cafeteria...

LMHS Students Get Exposed!

LMHS Students Get Exposed!

Jack L., Arts and Entertainment Editor
September 23, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Throughout the years, children have been exposed to a multitude of things. My early years were filled with Blue’s Clues, Bear in the Big Blue House, Sesame Street, and many more classic shows that I’m sure the vast majority of Lake Mary was also exposed to. However, when we look at the youth today,...

Prom Dramatization

Prom Dramatization

Kirsten K., Campus Editor
March 29, 2016
Filed under Opinion

It’s 7 A.M. on prom morning and somehow you’re already behind on getting ready.  While prom is supposed to be the best memory of your high school career, girls manage to make it their most stressful memory.  It’s the one night of the year that girls will go to drastic measures to insure that...

Nobody Knows Anything

Nobody Knows Anything

Jack L., A&E Editor
March 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion

As a 16 year old high school student, I am not extremely politically aware. However I could tell you who our vice president is, when the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the number of people in the Senate. Unfortunately, people nowadays, of all ages, are lacking basic and fundamental knowledge...

Too Shady For the Sunshine State

Too Shady For the Sunshine State

Kirsten Kossler, Campus Editor
February 17, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Every student has been raised with the notion that getting Bright Futures is their moral duty, their teleology and basically job in life. For some it’s a prideful honor and for others it’s the deciding factor if they will attend their dream college or not. However, students are drowning in the stress...

Are You Sirious

Are You Sirious

Avah M., Staffer
February 3, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Would you accept the vacation of your dreams knowing there was a catch? What if that catch was letting your parents have full access to the contents of your phone before you could clean it out? Well that’s just what Samsung France did in their The Way You Are ad, which was first aired in May and awarded...

Bye Bye, Religion

Bye Bye, Religion

Avah M., Staffer
January 13, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The religious demographics of the United States are shifting, particularly in our generation-- the millennials. The Pew Research Center reports that there’s been a decrease in Christian adherents. But the more notable trend lies in the increase of people who aren’t identifying with a religion at...

You Can’t Sit With Us

You Can’t Sit With Us

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

As freshmen, the only preparation for high school is what is seen in the movies.  The yoga kids find tranquility on the campus grass while the alternative goth kids dance around a tree and the cheerleaders freely stunt and chant.  Let’s be real, none of this happens nor will it ever.  Yes high sc...

Awkward Family Gatherings

Awkward Family Gatherings

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

Tis’ the season of pumpkin spice latte’s, caroling dub-step Christmas songs, and awkward family gatherings. Uncle Joe Bob always wants know how your sports are going, Aunt Sally wants to know how your grades are and your third cousin Ashley who has a new boyfriend on her arm every holiday family...

The Independent Student Voice of LMHS.
Opinion