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Student Snapshot

Bryce Yelton, Center Spread Editor, Writer

June 2, 2016

Filed under Arts, Features

Rose O’Neil, a senior at Long Reach High School, is one of the school’s up and coming photographers. While building her photo portfolio, O’Neil focuses on developing her own style, which she characterizes as “Nature...

Quiz: How Cultured Are You?

May 31, 2016

Filed under Features, Quiz

How Cultured Are You?   “Blacker the Berry” by Kendrick Lamar and “Work” by Rihanna make use of what dialect? A: Reggae B: Creole C: Jamaican patois D: Cockney Which of the following is not a muse...

Culture Highlight: Tae Young

PJ Dolan, Sports Editor, Writer

May 31, 2016

Filed under Features

Diversity is built on the stories that different cultures tell. One such story is that of Junior Tae Young Hwang, who has come to Long Reach from Incheon, South Korea. “The language and food are the biggest differences,” said Hw...

Culture Highlight: Celine Schmid

Charlston Stovall, Writer

May 31, 2016

Filed under Features

Junior Celine Schmid is a foreign exchange student from Switzerland. Schmid states the benefit of a transfer program is that “You can learn a lot about yourself, learn a new language, and meet great new people!” One of ...

Culture Highlight: Carlos Navaro

Caleb Barber, Writer

May 31, 2016

Filed under Features

Carlos Navaro, a freshman here at Long Reach, moved when he was six from the South American country Peru, known for its famous archaeological sites like Machu Picchu of the ancient Inca Empire. Peru has high mountain ranges a...

Culture Highlight: Miracle Pedro & Chuma Okolo

Sam Neutzling, News Editor, Writer

May 2, 2016

Filed under Features

By the end of the century, Africa is expected to have a major growth in population. Much of that growth will be in Nigeria, which is expected to surpass the US in population by 2050. Two of our students from Nigeria, Seniors ...

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