Talented Drama’s Circle Mirror Transformation captivates audience

Jeanne Smith, Campus Currents

October 13, 2017

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The black box was filled with a roller coaster of emotions from irate to heartbroken and sarcastic to forgiving when Talented Drama IV performed Circle Mirror Transformation written by Annie Baker. The play encompasses a comedic...

Student discusses policies with John Bel Edwards

Sarah Procopio, Opinion Editor

May 5, 2017

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I sat on a blue couch outside the governor's office on the fourth floor of the state capitol and waited for John Bel Edwards to arrive. I was there representing the YMCA’s Youth and Government program as the 55th Governo...

College: In state vs. out of state

D’Jaiya Robins, Sports Editor

May 5, 2017

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Deciding whether to take your educational future in-state or out-of-state is a big decision that involves lots of factors like a school’s cost, what programs it offers, and its location. If an out-of-state college is the right...

Six seniors to join the military after high school

Arely Infante, Lifestyle Editor

May 5, 2017

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Graduating high school is a great accomplishment for many students. After high school, students have the freedom to choose where they want to continue their education. Some students though, decide to join the military instead....

Lifelong friends part ways after high school graduation

Jessica Galloway, Editor in Chief

May 5, 2017

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As high school comes to an end, a lot of seniors are having to face the reality of being separated from their lifelong friends. The majority of high schoolers made their good friends over the past four years, but there are a...

First generation graduates look for new opportunities

Arely Infante, Diversity Editor

May 5, 2017

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Diversity of students roam throughout Baton Rouge High and sometimes those differences are not seen because of the similar setting and hobbies we share with one another. For some seniors this year graduation is especially special...

Class of 2017 questions and answers

Arely Infante, Lifestyle Editor

May 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment Archive

Questions What senior was the president of NHS this year? Which senior made a profit of 10,000 dollars within the first four months of his business “Aglow Lites”? Which senior got suspended for an illegal promposal?...

Class president admitted to Vanderbilt with full ride scholarship

Ariana Allison, Diversity Editor

May 5, 2017

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If receiving a full scholarship to Vanderbilt University or being class president for the past two years doesn't impress you, then her many other accomplishments will. Senior Loveis Jackson has always been involved with her...

REMEMBERING IFE: Forever a Bulldog

Alecia Hodges, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

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Ifedapo “Ife” Adebamiji is one member of the class of 2017, who will not be walking across the stage at LSU's Pete Maravich Assembly Center on May 15, but will forever be a part of our graduating class. During his fa...

Our four-year journey

Jessica Galloway, Editor in Chief

May 5, 2017

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A quick look at some of the moments that defined news, pop culture, and the personal lives of the class of 2017 during their high school careers. 2013 news events The class of 2017 enters high school as freshmen. T...

Mu Alpha Theta State Convention

Campus Currents

April 25, 2017

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MU ALPHA THETA STATE CONVENTION RESULTS. Individual. Theta- 1st Jonathan Poss, 2nd Steven Guo, 5th Sunggun Lee, 16th Alison Qi, 18th Madelyn Keller. Alpha- 8th Cindy Zheng, 14th Krishna Pochana, 17th Brian Tsai. Mu A- 7th Adam ...

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