The many clubs of Lafayette exist to help students express themselves outside of the classroom. With all the musical talent at Lafayette, it is only fitting to have a club where kids can learn and perform new music for the school. This is exactly what Tuesday Night Rock Band (TNRB) does. Harry Young,... Read more »
For many students, playing a sport at a Division One college is a dream they are striving to reach. For senior Madison Seifert, this dream is becoming reality. “I committed to Pennsylvania State University (PSU) when they presented me with an offer my junior year,” Seifert said. Seifert was... Read more »
I love being surrounded by books. The possibilities of what you can read and learn are endless. Every sentence is a new one, every theme more meaningful than the last. Reading a truly good book is one of the great pleasures in life. But for me to truly enjoy a book, I have to own it. I have to be... Read more »
Materials: 1 bag of soy wax flakes, wax colorant (beads, bars or liquid), medium size pot, wicks and wick stickums, a wooden spoon, wooden chopsticks, a scent (oil) and 1 pint-sized mason jar. You can get these materials from any craft store like Michael's . Instructions: [gallery... Read more »
Everyday during 1st hour it’s light, camera, action for Digital Media members. These students follow the rules of journalism, but instead of writing stories they report news through video. All year long, digital media staffers work to create videos that showcase hot topics in and around Lafayette.... Read more »
When the doughnut craving comes, there's nothing you can do about it. You've got to have those one dozen delicious doughy pastries with icing and sprinkles. There's your typical glazed, chocolate, or sprinkle donuts that you can get at your basic donut shop, but Wednesday morning I was feeling adventurous... Read more »
While most student athletes play soccer or football, senior Katelyn Zatorski has chosen a path a bit different than the norm: riding horses at her local barn, Kennedy Equestrian Enterprises (KEE). “I race against the clock, jumping a series of fences with my horse... Read more »
Many high school students work and some have very interesting jobs, but senior John "Tucker" Vaughan has a very unique job. Vaughan is a Tae Kwon Do instructor at St. Louis Family Martial Arts Academy who teaches children fundamental moves and techniques. "My job at the Tae Kwon Do school is to teach... Read more »
Out of all lunch/dinner places in the Loop I found Mission taco was the best and had the most variety. Located off Delmar Blvd., Mission Taco is a great place to stop for lunch or dinner during a Loop visit. I stumbled in by accident one day when my previous favorite restaurant had a 45 minute... Read more »
"We met in 8th grade, right after I moved, and we had to be partners for a game in PE. It was some weird game, I forget what it was called, but I had to pick her up and it made her nervous because at the time I was really short. We didn't start dating until two years after that on New Years last year."... Read more »
Jennifer Butler teaches anyone how to personalize their own mug at home.
To learn how to make a colorful, decorative mason jar at home, check out this tutorial.