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Pizza Huts Goodbye Pies

Pizza Hut’s ‘Goodbye Pies’

Olivia Eldridge, Social Media Team February 15, 2024

The Goodbye Pies which Pizza Hut started on February 6, let people order free Pizza Hut delivery to the address of an ex-lover. From now until Valentine’s Day, people can go to GoodbyePies.com to order a Hot Honey pizza for delivery to their long-gone...

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The Origins of Tennis

The Origins of Tennis

Shahed Al Ali February 15, 2024

The origins of the game of tennis can be traced back to the 12th and 13th centuries. The French handball game called Jeu De Paume (“game of the palm”) was the inspiration for the complex racket-and-ball game: tennis. The Early 20th Century  The...

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How to Keep Away from Winter Sadness

How to Keep Away from Winter Sadness

Olivia Eldridge, Social Media Team February 15, 2024

Winter is a slow, cold, and less active time of the year. People tend to feel sad and less motivated to do everyday things.  Relax- Winter is a time to be calm and relaxed. Watch movies, stay in, and be by yourself. Giving your body a break will help...

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Easy Ways to Fix Dead/Damaged Hair

Easy Ways to Fix Dead/Damaged Hair

Olivia Eldridge, Social Media Team February 15, 2024

Like many other women, most women value how their hair looks and feels. It can be very frustrating to not have soft healthy hair. It can also be frustrating to use heat on your hair one time, which could result in dead, crusty hair.  Having healthy...

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Top 10 Lunar New Year Foods & Traditions

Top 10 Lunar New Year Foods & Traditions

Christina Tran February 10, 2024

The Lunar New Year is an exciting time when multi-generation traditions come to light. To celebrate the Year of The Dragon, here are some of the most well-known traditions to enjoy throughout the Lunar New Year.  Dumplings A classic Chinese New...

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Lets Talk Main Campus Bathrooms

Let’s Talk Main Campus Bathrooms

Thomas Price, Website Manager February 2, 2024

One of the most essential quality-of-life needs for schools is the ability to relieve oneself in a public restroom. Even if they aren’t the highest quality or most modern design ever, they get the job done and allow you to carry on with your day. Is...

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Fun Things To Do On Valentines Day

Fun Things To Do On Valentines Day

Olivia Eldridge, Social Media Team February 2, 2024

Valentine's Day used to be a religious celebration. Now it is a commercial holiday where people celebrate their love. Although there are a lot of different perspectives on Valentine's Day, it is whatever you want it to be.  You can skip the romance part...

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Valentines Day background with gift stack

The Blueprint to Gifts for Valentine’s Day

Nylah Escobar February 1, 2024

Creeping upon us is the date Feb 14th. Valentine's Day is that special moment in the year when you get to show your lover how much you genuinely care and appreciate them. And along with Valentine’s Day comes gifts. Shopping for your partner is usually...

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Teacher Feature: Mrs. Parrett

Teacher Feature: Mrs. Parrett

Jordan Otabil, Website Staff February 1, 2024

Meet Jennifer Parrett! She is a part of the history department and teaches CP US History. This is Mrs. Parrett’s first year at the main campus. Keep reading to learn more about Mrs. Parrett and the adaptations from the freshman building. When Mrs....

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11-Year-Olds in Sephora

11-Year-Olds in Sephora

Christina Tran January 31, 2024

In 2023, the “clean girl aesthetic” has become the newest trend, with skincare and makeup being the main things that achieve the look. A brand called Drunk Elephant has become super popular because of this trend for their expensive skin care in cute...

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Teacher Feature: Mrs. Corcoran

Teacher Feature: Mrs. Corcoran

Jordan Otabil, Website Staff January 31, 2024

Meet Monica Corcoran! Miss. Corcoran is a first-year teacher at Lakota West. She teaches American Sign Language (ASL) levels I & II. Continue reading to learn more about this beloved teacher and her commitment to the job.    Although this...

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Changing for the Worst: Lakota Does it Again

Changing for the Worst: Lakota Does it Again

Thomas Price, Website Manager January 30, 2024

Since the first day I can remember attending Lakota West, there have always been changes made throughout the year to things we are oftentimes familiar with. Whether it be the XH schedule change from last school year to this school year or the most recent...

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