Vending Machines, the Death of Punctuality

Vending Machines, the Death of Punctuality

Callie Pirkle, Managing Editor
August 25, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

Lowndes High School has offered vending machines to their students and faculty for many years now. These vending machines offer healthy drinks such as water and gatorade, but also healthy snacks. Starting this year, LHS administration has made the choice to move these machines inside the building. ... Read more »

Class Cabinet of 2017

Spencer Pipkin, Editor-in-Chief
August 25, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News

As junior year comes around for 700 Lowndes High students, many are unaware that they can assist in deciding the theme and actually help decorate for the Prom, but to participate in these festivities, students must join the Class Cabinet of 2017. The Class Cabinet of 2017 is a student government organiz... Read more »

Lowndes Youth Leadership League

Lowndes Youth Leadership League

Spencer Pipkin, Editor-in-Chief
August 24, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

The Lowndes Youth Leadership League is a community organization designed to recognize and create student leaders in Lowndes County. Lowndes Youth Leadership League was created by the community organization, Lowndes Leadership. The goal of Lowndes Leadership is to find, recognize and create community ... Read more »

Remission Accomplished

Malia Thomas and Jacob Boronczyk, Veteran Staff Writer and Staff Writer
May 8, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

Ms. Krista Royal basks in another successful day of fundraising with another donation made to her charity of choice, Relay for Life. The Lowndes High School physical education teacher is beaming after a fruitful weekend organizing a relay walk at the Lowndes High track just a week prior on May 1. Royal... Read more »

The Golden Popcorn Goes To…

The Golden Popcorn Goes To…

April 23, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Showcase

The 2015 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Amy Schumer, aired on April 12 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angles. The winners of 14 categories were presented with a golden popcorn award for their work in the movie industry. Three additional awards were given out to special individuals. Schumer took center stage... Read more »

The Playoffs Can Payoff

The Playoffs Can Payoff

Shemar Dawson and Novian Blue, Staff Writers
April 21, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

With five seconds left in the fourth quarter, the whole stadium rose out of their seats. Anthony Davis drives down into the “paint”, with impressive defenders covering him. He posts up and fades away into the eighth seed of the playoffs. This puts the New Orleans Pelicans into a playoff spot The... Read more »

Make Way for the Masters

Make Way for the Masters

Kendra Barwick, Mackenzie Hagen, Lexi Kearley, Staff Writers
April 21, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

81 years ago, the annual Masters Golf Tournament was established by Clifford Roberts and Bobby Jones. Being one of the four major championships in golf, along with the U.S Open, PGA Championship, and The Open Championship, it is a very important event to all golfers around the world. Every year, the... Read more »

All Out, All Game, All Season

Tori Baker, Vanessa Perreira, Cameron Grace, Callie Pirkle, Staff Writers and Staff Editor
March 17, 2015
Filed under News, Sports

Practicing day by day, the Lowndes High School soccer teams fight to maintain their dominating records for the season. Both varsity and junior varsity have successfully represented LHS’ indubitable progress. The boys’ soccer coach, Jordan Breit, and the girls’ soccer coach, Chris Willis, have done... Read more »

A Diamond in the Rough

Malia Thomas, Kaileigh Kirk, Lexi Kearley, Veteran Staff Writer and Staff Writer
March 17, 2015
Filed under News, Uncategorized

When it comes to sports, having natural talent just is not enough. No matter how good a player is, there is always room for improvement. It takes hard work and strenuous dedication to be considered good. It also takes twice that work to really stand out from the other team members. The one person who... Read more »

Blue and Black or are my eyes just whack?

Ericka Hewes, Julie Newbern, Jaylee Blalock, Jayann Corson, Staff Editor and Staff Writers
March 17, 2015
Filed under News

Recently, “The Dress” has been a major topic on every social media website and in our school. On Feb. 26 Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds were picture after picture, tweet after tweet on the mysterious dress. A new hashtag began trending and in a sort, competing. Some claim #whiteandgold while... Read more »

Get your cameras ready, Miss LHS is underway

Get your cameras ready, Miss LHS is underway

Ericka Hewes, Staff Editor
February 24, 2015
Filed under Briefs, News

Viking girls all ages in Lowndes County have waited for the day they get to compete to be crowned Miss LHS. Well today is the day, juniors and seniors make sure to pick up and turn in an application to J128 by March 12 to be in the running for Miss LHS. The pageant will be held March 26 in the LHS lecture... Read more »

All queens put your crowns on for the Miss LHS pageant

All queens put your crowns on for the Miss LHS pageant

Ericka Hewes, Staff Editor
February 20, 2015
Filed under Lifestyle, News, Showcase

Schools around the nation practice many different traditions, whether that is bonfires, lock-ins, or even huge school wide parades. LHS has one in particular, the annual Miss LHS pageant. The Miss LHS pageant will be held on March 26 in the LHS lecture hall. All ladies’ applications are due by March... Read more »