Healthy Snack Ideas for School Lunches

Abby Coleman, Feature Editor

April 5, 2017

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School lunches can surely be a drag from the rush in the morning to the same old, boring lunch food. But, there are so many easy, quick healthy alternatives to your average school lunch. Many people do not have a well-rounded lunch...

Bringing Roro Home

Kate Kupper, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2017

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Adoption is a great way to bring a new child into your family and do and good thing for a child in need in the process. Here in Lake Oswego, Vickie VanArtsdalen that is working on her very own adoption of an eight year old girl from ...

The ‘Like’ Phenomenon

Sophie Beriault, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2017

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Teenagers are no strangers to the ‘dangers’ of social media that our parents and other adult figures alike constantly remind us of, but something that’s often overlooked is the science behind why adolescents are so involved...

Coolest Room at LHS

Anna Patricelli, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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Although many of us see our room merely as a space for daily tasks, some use it as a way of self expression and a canvas for creativity. Under the latter category falls sophomore Siena Davies, who said that she considers her roo...

Ready to Roll

Eleanor Brownlee, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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LAKE OSWEGO, OREGON - - Imagine a vast wasteland in rural Oregon, fallout filling the air and barren, destroyed roads ahead; this is where Evan Clark, a Junior at Lakeridge High School, wants to take you through his filmograph...

Local Eats Entire Jar of Nutella and Lives to Tell the Tale

Charlotte Bright, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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LAKE OSWEGO- Nutella is a beloved favorite of almost all in the United States, but not many love it enough to eat an entire jar and feel completely fine after. Sophomore Eva Svoboda was one of those few. After being asked what ...

Something for Everyone

Sierra Summers, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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It’s difficult to capture exactly what runs through a teenager’s head when they gaze out into nature, but for Amanda Powers, there’s more to the wilderness than just some trees and bushes. With her Nikon D3300 camera and...

A Potential Senior Trip

Katelyn Kupper

December 13, 2016

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Do you want to escape? Seniors I’m talking to you. This is your last year of high school and I’m sure some of you are considering leaving this summer and going on a great adventure the after graduation. Well Amsterdam,...

Josh Spurgeon: Enduring Sports Player

Kate Kupper, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2016

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Senior Josh Spurgeon, is a 2 year varsity basketball player who plays the position of small forward here at LHS. Just like every other teenager, he is stressing about his last year of school, college applications, and SAT’s and A...

On the Water

Olivia Eaton, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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The typical teenager would cringe at the idea of waking up at 6 a.m. to work out for an hour and a half and then row in a boat for two more hours, this does not describe sophomore Caitlin Flanagan. She is a part of the Lake Osw...

An Unforgettable Hike

Anna Patricelli

December 13, 2016

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Whether you love nature and the beauty of natural features, or enjoy getting outside and exercising, the Oneonta Gorge hike near Bridal Veil, Oregon is the place for you. This trail features a beautiful 2.7 mile loop surrounding the s...

Never Too Young to Make a Change

Savannah Steele, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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With over $54,000 raised and four lives changed, junior Jimmy Ryan shows you really are never too young to make a difference. In the winter of his freshman year, Ryan was upset that he was not on a lacrosse team, and therefore...

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