Tours postponement

Tanner Carr, Section Editor
May 11, 2020
Making music the Viking way: Junior Oliver Bashour plays live at Real Art Tacoma with his band. The band's passionate performance captured the audience's attention as Oliver and his guitar set the vibe of the show. “I'm a guitarist in a band called Long Distance Operator, we play alternative rock, with a lot of 90’s influence, but we try not to put labels on our music...We have played live shows at different locations such as Real Art Tacoma in Tacoma, Skylight Cafe in Seattle, Mirkwood Public House in Arlington, Tony V’s Garage in Everett and are currently looking for more locations,” junior Oliver Bashour said.

Washington is home to the “Sound”,

Talen Anderson, Staff Reporter
March 12, 2020
Students express themselves in many different ways. One that stands out the most in our school is the decorative artwork made by students to keep the beauty of LSHS during construction. It’s a unique way that expresses the creativity of students here.

Self-Expression in art and entertainment

Kieran Diezi, Section Editor
December 9, 2019
Action! The play is open and these amazing actors are doing an amazing job in their performances: Claryn Langerveld, Brandon Himple, Austin Kime, Leatha Dunkin, Savannah Anderson, Abbey Barney, Morgan Simpson, Delani Spainhower, Ella Balan, Ryan Van Der Put. “What an amazing musical!” Elise Kyes said.

LSHS Drama Club opens “Godspell”

Makenna Sanders, Photographer
November 21, 2019
 Senior Ruby Peterson, Cambyll Luxmore and their tablemates work hard and finish up their art pieces in art class.

Personality Through Art

Makenna Sanders, Photographer
October 24, 2019
Rhys Netherton, Dustin Cole, Mykah Carter, Gabe Christensen, Elam Roldan, Kyleigh Lynn, and Shae Copeland editing in Video Production Class.

LSHS Film Students Prepare to Shine.

Kamila Almaz, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2019
BRIGHT LIGHTS: Senior Harrison Orr snaps a photo of sophomore Taylor McCallister Seattle at Pike Place Market. “I took three of my friends down to Seattle for some nighttime photography. I specifically chose Pike Place because of all the neon lights,” Orr said.

Graduating students at LSHS decide to join the arts in college

Nadia Tucey, Editor in Chief
June 10, 2019
Moon Signs: Why we act the way we do

Moon Signs: Why we act the way we do

Julia Pinheiro de Oliviera, Copy Editor
June 10, 2019
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