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Raleigh’s March for our Lives

Today is Saturday, March 24th, and all across the country there are marches against gun violence. The main march took place in Washington D.C. where…









Students Sell Java

The Java Lion is a student-run coffee stand on Leesville Road High School’s campus. The shop is located by the auditorium, in the auditorium concessions…



Guns simply aren’t going away

First and foremost, I would like to express our sympathy for the victims of the Parkland shooting this past week. Guns are a sensitive topic…



Scott Reintgen Visits Leesville

“If I offered you millions of dollars to go to space, would you?” asked Scott Reintgen, author, during his visit to Leesville on Tuesday morning,…




Open House for Rising Freshman

As the school year comes to a close, numerous rising ninth graders will start to register for their freshman classes. This year, Leesville hosted an…


Girl Scout cookies come to Leesville

When one walks through of halls of Leesville during the first months of 2018, one common theme is cookies. Leesville students who are also Girl…





Downtown Raleigh Renaissance

In my article “The Changing Faces of Leesville and Raleigh,” I focused on the absurd pace of development in Raleigh’s outskirts and paid some lip…



Scioli’s Economic Extravaganza

The Civics and Economics course at Leesville is an engaging class that teaches students the basic principles of the American political structure and economy on…






Singing Valentines for Sale

One of the most festive days at Leesville is surprisingly Valentine’s day, and the day’s festivities include the delivery of singing valentines. Chorus members visit…


Fresh Start as a Junior

Transferring into a new school in the middle of the school year would be hard for most students. The idea of new teachers, making strangers…



Leesville Athletics Dominate Cap 7

The Leesville athletics program has always been known for its general success, but Cap 7 titles across four different sports is simply unprecedented. Leesville’s gymnastics,…


The Heart of the Pride

When someone first thinks of cheerleading, the first thing that comes to people’s heads is most likely not special needs; however, the co-ed cheer team…


Songs and Sweets

On the evening of February 2, the LRHS Choral Program crafted a new way of showcasing their talent: a first time event known as Songs…





The wrap on SNAC

Special Needs Awareness Club has been a well known club at Leesville since its establishment four years ago, but its popularity goes beyond what its…




The MSA is introduced to Leesville

The Muslim Student Association, or MSA for short, has recently become a part of Leesville’s impressive repertoire of clubs. While there was only about 15…


Styrofoam In Schools

Snuffing out our oceans, clogging our landfills, and feeding our children? The culprit of these heinous deeds is none other than insidious styrofoam. Styrofoam–scientifically known…


The Grind Never Sleeps

You are in overtime, in a wrestling match that could qualify you for the individual state tournament. Your entire high school athletics career has been…





Wake County Track Meet

Leesville Road High School traveled to JDL Fast Track in Winston Salem on Friday, December 15 to compete in the Wake County Invitational #2. The…


The Importance of VSCO

VSCO, the photo editing app created by and named after Visual Supply Company, has recently exploded amongst the social media community of teenagers and young…




The Last Jedi: Fans Get Hyped

Star Wars: A name synonymous with “nerd heaven” for the past forty years. With each passing film, TV show, and novel, the franchise’s prestige and…