Paul Kim -
After four years of that Pavlovian bell dictating every aspect of my life from 8:00 A.M to 3:00 P.M, my writing career at The Lion (the OnLion for our online edition because we're clever like that) comes to an end.
Evie Monroe -
While boys are required to keep their faces squeaky clean, girls are free to let their leg hair grow.
Mackensie Freeman -
Even though I've changed so much during the years, I've learned that some things never change.
Jillian Burns and Kelsey Watson -
Katie Krantz -
The air smells like clay dust and glaze. Tiny bonsai trees line the walls of the greenhouse. Light comes pouring in from all angles, casting shadows across dry pots and bowls.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
We approach the "Love Installation" exhibit, and I am immediately greeted by a life size mannequin dressed fashionably in a variety of appealing fabrics. But there is more to this creation than meets the eye.
Arnav Rajdev -
As the paper ball left my hand, my mouth instantly said, "Kobe." That was it. It all made sense. I need to write about basketball!
Jillian Burns -
From first year players to a brand new coach, this season has brought with it many changes and challenges for the Girls Lacrosse team.
Grainger Reeves -
"This years senior class is special because it truly is such a tightly knit group of guys throughout the entire team," says Brady TIndall.
Paul Kim -
Gymnastics, the elusive sport that becomes very visible when the Summer Olympics roll around, is alive and well inside the Wallace Gym where athletes are swinging on intimidating looking bars, bouncing on springy floors, and thrusting their hands into buckets of chalk powder.
Mackensie Freeman -
"Practicing the basics on the driving range and putting greens are good starts, but playing 9 or 19 holes consistently is the best path to becoming a high school golfer."
Emma Sidman -
Charlie thinks that their season has gone well so far, but knows that they have "lots of potential left."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
According to upper school principal Dan Alig, "She always has students at the forefront of her mind."
Katie Krantz -
"Every period, I try to get students moving or otherwise engaged," says Honors American Studies and Modern Global teacher Mr. Kevin Randolph.
Kelsey Watson -
"I have never met anyone more efficient, effective and organized nor anyone with so much genuine kindness and charm," Ms. Navarro said.
Evie Monroe -
"We try very hard to care for every student we have here regardless of race, philosophy, background, and gender identity," said Mr. Peebles.
Molly Mitchell -
"It's not just a college fill, I want to actually have a chance to do something productive," said Ocana.
Cameron Wilson -
According to Ms. Lanning, one of the divisions, Lower, Middle, or Upper school, cannot be in school in order for the lunch staff to serve hot wings.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
According to upper school principal Dan Alig, "She always has students at the forefront of her mind."
Kelsey Watson -
"I have never met anyone more efficient, effective and organized nor anyone with so much genuine kindness and charm," Ms. Navarro said.
Paul Kim -
That was a breakthrough for us," Alig said. "When we decided, You know what, we still have disciplinary consequences when students bring substances to campus or use at a Lovett event, [but] we're going to take this process and pull it out of our disciplinary system and make this a health and wellness issue."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
According to upper school principal Dan Alig, "She always has students at the forefront of her mind."
Katie Krantz -
"Every period, I try to get students moving or otherwise engaged," says Honors American Studies and Modern Global teacher Mr. Kevin Randolph.
Kelsey Watson -
"I have never met anyone more efficient, effective and organized nor anyone with so much genuine kindness and charm," Ms. Navarro said.
Evie Monroe -
"We try very hard to care for every student we have here regardless of race, philosophy, background, and gender identity," said Mr. Peebles.
Molly Mitchell -
"It's not just a college fill, I want to actually have a chance to do something productive," said Ocana.
Cameron Wilson -
According to Ms. Lanning, one of the divisions, Lower, Middle, or Upper school, cannot be in school in order for the lunch staff to serve hot wings.
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