From the NRA to what Parkland has done in the government
By Georgia Thoms
What is the Second Amendment?
The Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, added in 1791, states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
What is Parkland’s message?
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The unexpected events that took place as 850,000 people marched in front of the Capitol demanding legislative action on gun control
By Julia Walker
Turning on the news on Feb. 14 and hearing about the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting left gun violence and school safety embedded in the minds of family, classmates, and myself. Thoughts lingered when entering school for the next month: “What if what happened to Parkland happens to us? What are the community and country actually doing to keep us safe?”
Continue reading “My Experience at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.”
ELHS is part of new wave of high schools adopting Esports as a school program SANA GUPTA For many East Lyme High School students, going to … Continue reading East Lyme Sprints into Esports
Student posts about drinking or drugs on social media affects peer pressure and college
By Julia Walker
Many students have seen it before: casual posts at a party of someone drinking or doing drugs. Whether it is a student or celebrity, these posts seem to be everywhere, and can be found within seconds of scrolling through Instagram or Snapchat.
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Potential change of implementing new static scheduling protocol to combat snow days at ELHS
By Sana Gupta
When school is canceled, most students wake up relieved and turn back over to get another few hours of shut eye. What students don’t realize, however, is the struggle for teachers and administrators to reschedule planned events and meetings. The administration is trying to fix this issue by proposing a “static” schedule to match that of other schools in the area, according to ELHS Principal Michael Susi, but not everyone is on board.
Continue reading “Is it a Day 1 or Day 2?”
Q & A with Shoreline Leo’s Club adult advisor James Harris
By Chris Cicchiello
Mr. James Harris has been the adult advisor for the Shoreline Leo’s Club of East Lyme High School since 2002, and with his help, the club was revitalized and has been on an upward trend ever since. Being a member of the Leo’s Club myself for almost seven years, I wanted to interview him. Here are some of the highlights of the interview I had with him:
Continue reading “A History of the Leo’s Club in Brief”