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Former Slicer succeeds after high school

Former Slicer succeeds after high school

Abby Zila, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

Kimberly Liskey Comiskey is one of the many former Slicers making a difference. Comiskey, a 1987 LPHS graduate, currently works as a physician’s assistant in emergency medicine at Lee Summit Medical Center in Lee Summit, Missouri.  Life was an adventure after Comiskey got out of high school. ...

Spiking her way to IU

Spiking her way to IU

Bethany Schuster, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

   Almost a year ago, on November 19th, 2014, Bayli Lebo, junior, made one of the most important decisions of her life; She committed to the college of her dreams, Indiana University, to advance her volleyball career.     “I chose IU because I wanted to play volleyball in the Big Ten Conference...

Former LPHS student is thriving in college

Former LPHS student is thriving in college

Rachel Noll, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

In a school of 40,000 students, one is thriving and exceeding all expectations because of the education he received at LaPorte High School.         Joshua Noll graduated from LPHS in 2014 and is currently studying Pre-med Biology with a Spanish and Chemistry minor at Indiana University in...

Kayla Isenbletter (12)

Kayla Isenbletter (12)

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

November 4, 2015

“[I found feminism] through the Internet. I feel like if I wasn’t as active on the Internet as I am, I’d still be in the dark. Everybody’s always talking badly about the Internet and those who spend a lot of time on it, but it’s helped me a lot. Getting into feminism has made me see all the...

Jack Saunders (12)

Jack Saunders (12)

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

November 4, 2015

"I was born in England. I moved here in 2005. When I got here, I really missed my family. I still really do. I have a new family here, though. I discovered my passion here. What helped me make friends was theater. Ever since fifth grade I’ve been performing at The Little Theatre and school plays and...

Bailey Roberts (12)

Bailey Roberts (12)

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

November 4, 2015

“This is the third state I’ve lived in. I’ve moved around a lot of my life. I was born in Washington D.C., and I lived in Virginia until I was about five. I like to travel. I love history. I think history makes us who we are today, and we have a lot to learn from it. I guess a big thing is I want...

ROSS HENRY (11)

ROSS HENRY (11)

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

"I love to learn the languages. I speak four fairly well: English, Swedish, French, and Turkish. I was in second grade when there was a new kid that came to my class. He said something 'Turkish' to me every single day. He would say it continuously until I learned it. I kind of thought, 'Hey, I shoul...

April Weisman: Play director here at LPHS

April Weisman: Play director here at LPHS

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015

  "I did theatre in high school. During my senior show, about three weeks before performance, I got vocal nodules. I was not able to speak for three weeks. I wasn’t able to actually rehearse my lines until the opening night of the show. That’s just a fun little story about me. After I graduat...

Humans of LPHS: Natalie Williams (12)

Humans of LPHS: Natalie Williams (12)

Taylor Jump, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015

"I place a great deal of importance on empathy. I don’t think people really understand what that is. It’s not just, 'Oh, you’re having a bad day? I understand.' I’ll look into people’s eyes, and I can tell they aren’t okay. On trips, people usually go and look at the scenery, but I look at...

Mr. Hart– 6th grade teacher at Kesling Middle School

Mr. Hart– 6th grade teacher at Kesling Middle School

Bethany Schuster, Staff Writer

October 20, 2015

“As I was growing up, my family was day to day, meal to meal, and we took pride in the fact that my father was able to put a meal on the table everyday. For our Christmas’s, we got one present. We looked forward to it. We were never spoiled. I’m much different than when I was younger. I was more ...

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