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Electives

Electives

Sarah LeMunyon, Staff Writer

January 23, 2014

It’s that time of year again… class selection time! Students are given the chance to pick classes that best suit their tastes. More importantly, every student is given the opportunity to choose electives- or classes that the student can pick based off of personal preference instead of requirem...

Homecoming 2013

Freshmen have a Monsters Inc. hallway!

Andre Angelia, Writer

December 12, 2013

A dark gymnasium and a heavy beat can only mean one thing – homecoming! This year’s homecoming did NOT disappoint. You don’t have to take my word to believe it. Many others believed homecoming to be a blast! Taylor Nieto (’15) said, “[Homecoming was] fun and everyone was having a good time...

Pride Day 2013

Pride Day 2013

Pramod Kamalapathy, Writer

December 12, 2013

One of the highlights of the year has come and gone. No classes. Good food. Loud, fun, and exciting all around. Pride Day was considered a success by many faculty and students once again. It's a day to not just wander aimlessly around school but to enjoy what Lenape has to offer. A sophomore, Jacki...

Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later

Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later

Sarah LeMunyon, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

It’s been over a year since Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey shore. For many residents, it was devastating; many lost their permanent residence, and others lost their summer vacation home. But how has this affected Lenape High School? If you can recall, Lenape had a t-shirt for the shore, with proceeds...

The Art of Racing in the Rain Reviewed

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David Kim, Editor

October 16, 2013

Indubitably, the 2013 summer reading book, Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein, was a heart squeeze – by the end of the book, I was close to tears. Unlike last summer’s book, The Messenger, this book provided a more passive yet just as, if not more, moving tale. In all honesty, before beginn...

How Not to Procrastinate

How Not to Procrastinate

Andre Angelia, Staff Writer

October 16, 2013

    If you’re reading this, you probably either clicked my article by accident or you actually wanted to learn how to not procrastinate. I hope you came for the second reason, but if you came for the first, stick around because you might learn something that may even boost your C to a B or B to ...

iPhone’s new iOS7 debuts on September 18th

iPhone's new iOS7 debuts on September 18th

David Kim, Editor

October 16, 2013

This month came with not only the start of the school year, but also with Apple’s new iPhone models and iOS system. Dubbed as iOS7, this new software outfitted for Apple products is perhaps the most revolutionary and innovative iOS system Apple has created in terms of aesthetic quality and functionality....

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