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The sentiment of stuffies

Bears, tigers, unicorns. These wild, ferocious, and extraordinary creatures can be found inhabiting almost every single child’s room. How? They’re not real. The idea of…

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The Rise of Fortnite at Leesville

Thirty seconds to jump out of a bus. Three  minutes before the storm gets closer to erasing your existence. Gain weapons and materials or risk…



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Leesville’s Funniest Sisters

One of America’s favorite TV shows, America’s Funniest Home Videos, airs every Sunday showing a collaboration of hilarious clips sent in by people all over…


March Madness: Why the hype?

It’s the month of March, and here in North Carolina, everyone knows what that means: March Madness. This collegiate basketball sensation is one of the…


Pride ends Broughton’s undefeated run

On March 26, the Leesville women’s soccer team (8-0-0) played the undefeated Broughton Capitals in their third conference game of the season. In a high…



“Love, Simon” Review

Love, Simon is a coming out story based on the novel Simon v. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. A hilarious romantic comedy, Love,…





Capital Pride Harmonize Their Way To Disney

Leesville Road High School’s Capital Pride team performed in Orlando, Florida in Disney World. Tonya Dickens, chorus director, departed Leesville with her Capital Pride students…


Tushar Varma Spotlight

Leesville Road High School is filled with intelligent, goal-oriented and ambitious students that have shaped the Leesville community into what it is today. Tushar Varma,…



Is AP Psych as easy as people say?

As upperclassmen prepare to apply and eventually attend colleges, AP classes are a major part of many students’ schedules. Earning college credits as well as…


A New Experience for Theatre II

International Thespian Society (ITS) and Mainstage are famous for their creativity, exceptional lighting, distinct portrayal of characters, as well as their unique sets, props, hair,…



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…