Microwave Mangled

Amanda LeMoine, Ronald Myers, and Baaz Jahj

October 26, 2017

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Microwaving a metal knife can catch the whole thing on fire and guarantee many students will not be able to eat a hot lunch. After hearing of the microwave situation, a parent offered to donate a microwave, provided that it meets all safety requirements. The microwave is currently on order. T...

BunnyBots Brainstorming Begins

Zev Green and Eric Folmer

October 26, 2017

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LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, ROOM F-28 -- A preseason competition is coming up for Lake Monsters, the Lakeridge robotics team. This competition is called BunnyBots, which takes place annually at Catlin Gabel K-12 School in Portland, is set for Dec. 9th. It has been held since 2009. BunnyBots is a competition with a very specific rabbit-themed goal. Each year, this goal is different. This year, the task at hand is a very complicated version of hide and seek, where the humans hide 10 nauseatingly cute bunnies in 20 buckets.  There are two teams of three robots each, and they are programmed to try to find as many bunnies as they can and bring them to their side of the field.   ”I hope we will do better this year,” said Lake Monsters membe...

Wifi Wackiness

Abbi Fedrizzi and Abby Seyle, Cub Reporters

October 26, 2017

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Wifi Wackiness By: Abby Seyle and Abbi Fedrizzi   Since september 22nd students at Lakeridge High School have not been able to use certain social media applications because of the Wi-Fi network. Many Students that attend Lak...

The driving law is now changed

Emily Haraldsen and Arianna S.Okamura

October 26, 2017

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LAKE OSWEGO, OREGON Because of the new state law, drivers  have to think even more than before when they use their phone in the car. A law created to save pedestrians lives and keep divers focused, this house bill was intende...

Three Year TRL Losing Streak Snapped!

Evan Johnson and Matt Zarosinski

October 6, 2017

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TRL football win; Drought ends. By: Evan Johnson, and Matt Zarosinski   Lakeridge football-- snapped three year TRL losing streak with a win over Sherwood in 2OT. With the first TRL victory Lakeridge has seen in ...

Paving the Way

Amy Frinell and Mika Konicke

October 6, 2017

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LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL--Before the cross country team built a new trail, they were without a place to hold home meets. With the help of the whole team, a new pedestrian walking running path is in the process of being built o...

Tech Talk: iPhone 8 Rumors

Erik Svoboda, Opinion Editor

April 28, 2017

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As with every new iPhone release, rumors of the next model start to spread not long afterwards. With the iPhone 8, this is no exception. Apple has generally released new models of the iPhone in very quick succession, with eac...

Curriculum at LHS

Lauren Monk, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2017

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Often times, student want more curriculum choices, and Lakeridge is no exception; however, lately LHS has been taking action to add and change courses, with some different possibilities on the horizon. “I think it is very colle...

Most influential people according to Pacers

Lauren Monkewicz, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2017

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Every year since 1999, Time Magazine has published a list entailing the people they claim to be the most influential people of that year -- a list that’s printed by members of older generations whose views don’t always refl...

The ending of this year’s canned food drive

Sims, Entertainment Editor

December 13, 2016

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With the end of the Lakeridge Canned Food Drive arriving, the results show math teacher Kristin Moore in the lead with 1880 donated cans. The LHS Food Drive is committed to helping feed the people of Portland who are in need....

I Left My Heart in San Francisco

Charlotte Bright, Cub Reporter

December 13, 2016

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Imagine that you’re sitting at home and bored out of your mind. Well, I might have a solution for you. I want you to take this short quiz, and don’t worry, you’re not graded. Decision A would be to stay at home and stare at...

Out with the old, in with the new

Sophie Beriault, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2016

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A new challenge has sprung up for the world language students here at Lakeridge, and it’s not verb tenses or complicated conjugations. After years of the same textbooks and workbooks, it was finally time for a change. All language...

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