by Niamh Doyle People Editor I have a few things to justify before starting this article. First of all, terrorism is awful and barbaric and deafeningly sad – this is a point […]
by Antonia Salisbury Opinion Editor Since the grand jury released the verdict against Darren Wilson’s indictment in the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, MO, there has been a huge divide in public […]
by Brian Schunk Sports Editor What have radical feminists been up to lately? Funny you should ask: a few weeks back, they ruined the greatest achievement of a man’s life, bullied him […]
by Aidan Adams-Campeau Humor Editor The recent media coverage of the videotaped assault involving former Ravens player Ray Rice and his wife has brought a necessary spotlight on domestic abuse, both […]
by Jonathan Friedland Editorial Editor A major problem this country has is the false sense of entitlement instilled in a select few individuals. Last week, a restaurant owner decided to take revenge […]
by Olivia Pla People Editor Chances are if you have any kind of social media, you have seen countless videos of people participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The challenge involves […]
El Gato News analyzes the cultural influences of the Disney princess movies.
Students at LGHS should choose to take six classes all the way through their senior year; they should seize the opportunities our school offers.
Not everyone is beautiful. Despite the recent self esteem campaigns that assure women that their flaws are figments of their imaginations, not all women are good looking in reality. So it is fortunate that outer appearance is not as important as these campaigns would lead us to believe.
In order to encourage teachers to remain focused on teaching specifically for the AP exam, instructors’ salaries should be based on how well their students perform on the annual test. This change would provide teachers with a financial incentive to teach students material that will help them receive college credit and a better standing on their college application.