Mind-Boggling, Plot-Driven Horror

Celie Price, Advertisement Manager

April 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion

If you’re a fan of horror films, you’ve likely already seen Us, the new film from Get Out director and comedian Jordan Peele. In that case, you’ll understand how strange this movie really is and how difficult it is to describe, whic...

Say Yes to the Dress!

Say Yes to the Dress!

March 21, 2019

Open Campus Solution

Skyler Oatman, Reporter

February 21, 2019

Filed under Opinion

One of the most common rules broken at Lampasas High School is going off campus for lunch. Although many students believe they should be allowed to leave for lunch, it is currently prohibited. Because so many students leave for lunch any...

Phone Zombies

Phone Zombies

January 31, 2019

GPA Doesn’t Matter?

Katelyn Terry, Editor-In-Chief

January 30, 2019

Filed under Opinion

With the school year surpassing its midpoint at the start of a new semester, grade point averages (GPAs) were handed out to students by the counselors in late Jan. For seniors, this is one of the final indications of where they...

Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

October 25, 2018

Missed Calls Lead To Badger Loss At Homecoming Game

Austin Hilgenberg, Reporter

October 10, 2018

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The lights were bright, crowds were cheering, and the Badgers were fighting for a win against rivals Gatesville for the Homecoming game.   The boys lost a close game. 33-27. There was some controversy after the game. Many fans believe the r...

Pep Rallies Too Short To Properly Recognize Student Groups

Katelyn Terry, Editor-In-Chief

September 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

With the newly implemented 2018-19 schedule, Friday pep rallies have been cut to twenty-five minutes. In previous years the pep rallies were forty five minutes Pep rallies should be longer to ensure that all activities can b...

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