By: Deedee Ridley ’18
After six long weeks of wearing the same, basic uniforms, Concordia students spiced it up this entire week with fun and exciting dress up days for Homecoming Week.
On Monday, the Cadets dressed up in Comfy clothes, also known as “I Woke Up Like This” clothing. People appeared to school in sweat pants, onesies, robes and even bonnets! Let’s just say that Concordia looked like they rolled out of bed! Continue reading “Breaking Out of The Dress Code”
By Sa’Mya Jordan ’17
Family and friends gathered to remember the life of Alonna Allison on what would have been her 19th birthday on Aug. 23. Everyone gathered at Spiece Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m. to see the jersey and picture being dedicated to her as well as hung in the building.
Announcing the members of this year’s Prom Court.
Check out our podcast with Joe Harkenrider, a 2002 graduate of CLHS, who currently works in southern California in the media industry and just completed judging the Concordia Comedy (and more) Festival for the second year in a row. Continue reading “Podcast with Joe Harkenrider”
By Logan Krinn
The 103rd Annual JROTC Tournament and Review is not just a night to honor the underclassmen, promote the juniors, or name the new Battalion Commander. However, it is the final night for the seniors. All of their hardwork and accomplishments acculminate to this one night.
Continue reading “JROTC Tournament, Review honors students”
By Kami Rieck
He has produced content for Comedy Central and mashable.com, has been noted as one of the most successful alumni from his high school, and solicited time from his busy schedule to travel nearly 2,000 miles to return to his alma mater, in hopes to inspire current students. Continue reading “A look back on the Comedy Festival”
By Kami Rieck
As I look around the world we live in, the plethora of new teachings, statistics and advice regarding relationships is evident, yet I can already make the assertion that my generation is still simply confused. Continue reading “Ephesians 5: What a relationship should look like”
To begin this three- part review of the JROTC Ball, let us start by saying that this was all of our first times going to the ball and we are now into our senior year. Continue reading “Review: Our first time at the JROTC Officers Ball”
By Amanda Williams
I’m a junior with less than 36 hours away from taking my first AP exam. One would expect that I would be be preparing by reviewing materials and planning on getting a good night rest. Continue reading “Some AP test advice”
By Kami Rieck
Year after year, more than 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur across the nation, and a staggering 90 percent of those sufferings result in death. Continue reading “Students learn CPR techniques”