Broadway Night charity event spotlights talent at Lake Park

Anishi Patel, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

Every young actor dreams of walking down the Red Carpet in dazzling attire. This year, Lake Park’s Thespians brought that feeling to the Dice Auditorium with the first annual Broadway Night. The stage was set with a sleek...

LP gears up for AP testing

Jake Perez, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

AP testing can be very nerve wracking for students at Lake Park.  There is a lot of pressure to do well, especially if students aren’t properly prepared.  While it is largely up to the student to take initiative and study fo...

Shane Dawson, the future of the Youtube

Bailey Rezman, Perspective Editor

March 18, 2019

What do Chuck E Cheese, Disney’s Frozen, and voice modulators all have in common? T h e y are just 3, of multiple of topics Youtuber, Shane Dawson, covers in his new Conspiracy Series. Dawson, at just 30 years old, has ju...

Finstas: private life brought public

Seth Caines, Perspective Editor

March 18, 2019

Finsta, defined by Urban Dictionary, is the combination of the word fake and the word Instagram to produce a fake Instagram in which people post pictures that generally wouldn’t go on their main Instagram account. This who...

Girl Up club brings together local women

Jenna Hanson, Perspective Editor

March 18, 2019

When you think of the club, Girl Up, you’re most likely thinking of feminism and how they only support women. Only some of that is true. “The word ‘Feminist’ is always viewed in the wrong lens” said senior and Pr...

Love bloomed in the hallways last Valentine’s Day–with carnation sales

Maya Stawarski, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

Carnation for your Heart Sensation is a Valentine’s Day event that student council created to promote the spirit of Valentine’s Day and show your appreciation to one another by purchasing and sending carnations to friends...

How to pick a school

Sarah Abraham, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2019

The hard part is over… you’ve gotten into college. Nothing can be harder, right? Wrong. You might be wondering how you’re going to decide which school to attend. Read on to learn how to narrow down the list and find your ...

Vaccination rates dip downwards, in spite of science

Alex Tsymbalisty, Perspective Editor

February 22, 2019

As of late, more and more parents are forgoing vaccinating their children based on the false belief that vaccines cause ailments like autism and multiple sclerosis. This “anti-vax” movement is making waves across the United S...

LP security works actively, judiciously to assess threats

Seth Caines, Perspective Editor

December 18, 2018

Lake Park High School has a thorough system when it comes to the safety of the students. Through the proactiveness of the people involved in the process of keeping our students safe, we find Lake Park a safe learning enviro...

Poetry slam coming to East Campus

Bailey Rezman, Perspective Editor

November 20, 2018

Got anything to do the day before Thanksgiving Break? Well now you do. Lake Park’s poetry club will be having a poetry slam on November 20. Poetry club is a place where students can express themselves through creative writ...

GSA: Not just a safe place

Jenna Hanson, Perspective Editor

November 19, 2018

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance is the new safe place. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance formerly known as “Gay Straight Alliance,” welcomes all and develops a calm environment when you first step in the door. Meetings are ...

GSA: Not just a safe place

Jenna Hanson, Perspective Editor

November 19, 2018

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance is the new safe place. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance formerly known as “Gay Straight Alliance,” welcomes all and develops a calm environment when you first step in the door. Meetings are ...

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