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Dalton Rapattoni’s New Album, “Nobodys Home”

Dalton Rapattoni’s New Album, “Nobodys Home”

Angelina Rubinacci, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Showcase

Recently, singer Dalton Rapattoni, third place finalist on what was supposed to be the last season of American Idol, released his first full length album, "Nobodys Home" (no apostrophe). Me, being the music obsessed girl who I am, and being the girl who mentions her favorite artists in her school assignments...

80’s Themed Zumba is a Blast from the Past

80’s Themed Zumba is a Blast from the Past

Amanda Smalfus, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Events, Review, Showcase, Student Life

Lenape's Science League hosted an 80's themed Zumba fundraiser in the south gym on Tuesday, April 11th. Many students and Mount Laurel community members came out dressed in neon and leg warmers to take a class from a professional Zumba instructor, all to the tune of their favorite 80's songs. Everyone...

JDD: Also Known As “Juniors Eat and Dance”

JDD: Also Known As “Juniors Eat and Dance”

Alyssa Slovin, Social Media Coordinator

April 9, 2017


Filed under Events, News, Opinion, Review, Showcase, Student Life

When it comes to school dances, there are normally mixed opinions. Some jump at any opportunity to dress up and dance the night away with a large group while others would rather have a casual night with a couple close friends. There isn't a correct answer -- I personally love doing both -- but I have...

“Logan” is the Perfect End to the Story

“Logan” is the Perfect End to the Story

Anna Rodefeld, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Showcase, TV/Movies

It was the year 2000 when Hugh Jackman first donned the adamantium claws and became the iconic X-Man James Howlett, aka. Logan, aka. The Wolverine. The character has had many adventures with his team through the original X-Men Trilogy and X-Men: Days of Future Past, two solo movies, as well as a cam...

The Sun Comes Out for Lenape’s Production of Annie!

The Sun Comes Out for Lenape’s Production of Annie!

Srishti Dhar, Editor-in-Chief

March 24, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Review, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Last weekend Lenape Theater performed its last show of the musical Annie.With a new director, Mr. Michael Del Rossi, this year's production was like no other. The show consisted of amazing performances and sets. This year's show was unique in that there was a large representation of underclassmen...

“Hug Me Brotha”

“Hug Me Brotha”

Angelina Rubinacci, Staff Writer

January 28, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Showcase, TV/Movies

It's been 13 years since the popular series, Drake and Josh aired on Nickelodeon. The show followed step brothers Drake Parker and Josh Nicols as they navigated through life, mostly the crazy antics Drake dragged Josh into. An example of one of those instances is when Drake tried to do something nice...

La La Land: A Must See

La La Land: A Must See

Amanda Smalfus, Staff Writer

January 19, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Showcase

December 9th, 2016 was the premiere date for, La La Land, a musical motion picture directed by Damien Chazelle that chronicles the romance between an aspiring actress Mia and jazz pianist Sebastian, played by Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. It even features a cameo from John Legend. This is the third film...

Everyone’s Finding “Fantastic Beasts” in Their Hearts

Everyone’s Finding “Fantastic Beasts” in Their Hearts

Alyssa Slovin, Social Media Coordinator

January 14, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Showcase, TV/Movies

2016 brought us a lot of rough times and events that no one asked for, but it also brought us "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them".  "Fantastic Beasts" is a new addition to the Harry Potter universe, one that many of us thought we were very familiar with. However, with  this film, even hardcore...

Is This Really Co-Ed Gym Class?

Is This Really Co-Ed Gym Class?

Alyssa Slovin, Social Media Coordinator

January 10, 2017


Filed under Lenape Staff, Opinion, Sports, Student Life

We've all seen it happen. In a gym class full of boys and girls, it often seems like the girls are an after thought. When every boy is being blocked in basketball, he will always get passed to before all of the wide-open girls are even considered. No one trusts girls to do anything right in gym, and...

“Triggered” or Thin Skin?

“Triggered” or Thin Skin?

Kyra Berry, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

December 24, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

Triggered. It's a word teenagers are familiar with these days: We hear it in the halls, we see it on social media. To feel "triggered" is defined as any negative emotional response to a certain something. As someone growing up in this day and age, a trigger may refer to anything, be it a joke taken...

Lenape Challenge Day Inspires All Involved

Lenape Challenge Day Inspires All Involved

Amanda Smalfus, Staff Writer

November 23, 2016


Filed under Events, Review, Showcase, Student Life

Friday, November 4th, a select group of approximately 100 students from Lenape were invited to participate in Challenge Day, a social and emotional education program designed to help increase connection between middle and high school students, with the hope that eventually every student can feel safe,...

Escape The Room Review

Escape The Room Review

Anna Rodefeld, Staff Writer

June 20, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Miscellaneous, Opinion, Review, Showcase

Escape The Room is a puzzle-based game where you along with 9 other people are locked in a room with only one goal: escape. You get 60 minutes to solve a multitude of clues and find the key that unlocks the door. You periodically receive hints from a “Cluemaster” but for the most part, you and your...

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