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Humans of Lafayette: Meet Christian Sosa

Humans of Lafayette: Meet Christian Sosa

Ben Rachell, Opinions Editor
August 28, 2015
Filed under HUMANS OF LAFAYETTE

Junior Christian Sosa has made a reputation for himself as a handyman. Sosa has been crafting items out of everyday goods for the past few years, saving time and money with his skills. Sosa said, “I make cool things out of clay like spoons, forks, and bowls. I started last summer because I was trying... Read more »

DIY: Checking your engine oil

Joshua Waitsman, Reporter
August 28, 2015
Filed under DIY, FEATURES

This week, Joshua Waitsman demonstrates the proper way to check the engine oil of a car.

Pepper’s Deli & BBQ fails to disappoint

Pepper’s Deli & BBQ fails to disappoint

Kaitlyn Wylie, Feed Editor
August 21, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, OUT AND ABOUT, Top Stories

A few days ago, a friend and I decided to treat ourselves by going out to eat. It was much needed in this very long, stressful first full week. For dinner, we went to a little hole in the wall restaurant. One could easily miss it, as it is sneaked away right beside a car repair garage. Missing it would... Read more »

The Last Time I… Got a Dog

The Last Time I… Got a Dog

Kaitlyn Wylie, Reporter
May 11, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, THE LAST TIME I..., Top Stories

For junior Annalise Alvarez her family grew from five to six after her visit to a breeder. The Alvarez’s had know for a while they wanted a new addition to the family. They already have a black lab named Baxter, and they wanted a friend for him. Although puppies are a lot of work, Alvarez and... Read more »

Out and About: Insomnia Cookies fulfills late night sweet cravings

Out and About: Insomnia Cookies fulfills late night sweet cravings

Hannah Martin, Editor in Chief
May 11, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, OUT AND ABOUT, Top Stories

Insomnia Cookies made its way to St. Louis in the Delmar Loop in early January. The idea of the late night delivery service bakery sparked when a University of Pennsylvania student and his roommates had a late night sweet tooth, but no bakeries were open. They started baking cookies in their dorm and... Read more »

Humans of Lafayette: Reese Park

Humans of Lafayette: Reese Park

May 11, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, HUMANS OF LAFAYETTE, Top Stories

"Its a lot of fun to get to work at the cookie stand. I get to interact with the students and meet new people by just selling cookies to customers," Reese Park, senior

Club Spotlight: Vox Solus is not your average choir

Club Spotlight: Vox Solus is not your average choir

Jennifer Butler, Opinions Editor
May 8, 2015
Filed under CLUB SPOTLIGHT, FEATURES

The students take a breath. They've never done this before. They sit quietly before being called up to the stage. They stand in front of the audience, nervous and bubbling with excitement. One of them counts off: “One, two, one, two, three, four,” and the group jumps into Katy Perry’s “Firework.” Lafayette... Read more »

Club Spotlight: Bonjour, il est le Club Français! (French Club)

Anna James, Staff Reporter
May 7, 2015
Filed under CLUB SPOTLIGHT, FEATURES

A club that tends to lay low at Lafayette is the French Club. Although the club is open to all students and has been around as longer than Madame Luerding has taught at Lafayette, it seems to go unnoticed by a lot of foreign language students. “I’m hoping for the word to get out next year about... Read more »

Out and About: Bailey’s Range offers rustic environment, tasty burgers

Out and About: Bailey’s Range offers rustic environment, tasty burgers

Jack Rogan, Life Editor
May 6, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, OUT AND ABOUT

Over the summer, I went to dinner with my friends, who raved about Bailey's Range, a restaurant that boasts a unique selection of burgers and delicious shakes. I can understand why they don't mind making the trip. It was so good. Bailey's Range is located in downtown St. Louis on Olive Street. While... Read more »

Mange prepares powerful poetry

Mange prepares powerful poetry

Megan Rigabar, Webmaster
April 29, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, THROUGH THESE HALLS

Emotions. We all have them. Yet each one of us has a different way of expressing them. For senior Erica Mange, that mode of expression is poetry. Mange first began honing her poetic skills in middle school when she was assigned a poetry writing assignment. After receiving positive affirmation fro... Read more »

Club Spotlight: Equestrian Club

Delaney Eyermann, Webmaster
April 28, 2015
Filed under CLUB SPOTLIGHT, FEATURES

Equestrian Club is relatively new and on the rise. Many people participate in the sport commonly known as horseback riding, so senior Sydney Lintner saw it fitting to start an equestrian club for the many riders here at Lafayette. Lintner hadn’t realized just how many fellow equestrians there were... Read more »

The Last Time I… Got a Concussion

The Last Time I… Got a Concussion

Amanda Shaw, Assist. Webmaster
April 21, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, THE LAST TIME I...

For Callahan McAndrew, junior, headaches went to a whole new level and it happened just before school started. “The first time I got a concussion I was at the barn where I ride horses and I was working. I had bent over and a horse was next to me and as I stood up, the horse jerked his head towards... Read more »