Ranger Review

Nuclear is the answer

Nuclear is the answer

Clayton Saunders, Ranger Review Reporter

October 17, 2018

Climate change, the yearly warming of the globe, is one of the biggest problems that the world is facing today. It is supposedly a controversial topic, but all of the research from scientist proves how dangerous it is. Climate change is caused by carbon dioxide emissions trapping heat in the atmosphere...

Dog agility establishes emotional connections

Dog agility establishes emotional connections

Gabriel Farrell, Ranger Review Reporter

October 17, 2018

Dog agility is a competitive activity in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Ally Garten 9 is a professional dog agility trainer who often participates in competitions on the national level. “I'm on the world team and going to Switzerland t...

Debate of pros and cons of religion continues

Debate of pros and cons of religion continues

Justin Dahl, Ranger Review Reporter

October 15, 2018

Religion has been around ever since humans could form thought. Every ancient civilization has had some form of religion that they followed to the extreme. It is hard to imagine what life would be like without one of the oldest practices in human history. The question of whether or not religion is g...

The Dark Phoenix rises

The Dark Phoenix rises

Kacy Mull, Ranger Review Reporter

October 15, 2018

The trailer for the Dark Phoenix was released September 26. It aired on the Late Late Night with James Corden talk show. Though the release date was pushed back from November 2, 2018 to June 7, 2019, fans of the X-Men series could not be more hyped. Many positive comments were made because of the way...

Students take a trip of a lifetime

Students take a trip of a lifetime

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

October 11, 2018

This summer, 24 students went on a school trip with the Foreign Language Department. The group traveled to Europe on May 30th and returned on June 12th, visiting all the countries that Lewis-Palmer offer Language classes in, Germany, France and Spain. Trips that are taken through the school allow students to furthe...

We’re Not in Switzerland Anymore

We’re Not in Switzerland Anymore

Pilar Agostine, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

For the average LPHS student the United States and all it has to offer is hardly taken into account, but for exchange student Sam Wirz 11 America is quite a large place filled with opportunities, and more fast food than he could’ve ever imagined. Wirz’s home country Switzerland is small. So small, that accor...

Freshman Hosts Foreign Exchange Student

Freshman Hosts Foreign Exchange Student

Rhianna Lingle, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

Foreign exchange students are in abundance at Lewis Palmer High School, however, being a host family for one of these students comes with another set of responsibilities and challenges. Elena Phillips, 9, is hosting Jelisaveta Nedeljkovich, 11, an exchange student from Serbia. “So far it’s be...

Athlete faces disparity after moving from Guadalajara

Athlete faces disparity after moving from Guadalajara

Bryanna-Marie Garcia, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

For Ivanka Garcia, 10, America is a new country. She recently moved from Guadalajara, Mexico to the United States for a better life. “The reason why I left Mexico was for my father’s new job, and to try a new life style,” Ivanka Garcia said. To Ivanka, Mexico and the United States are totall...

Student survived birth in Korea

Student survived birth in Korea

Emma Gamanho, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

Ellie Kyong Driessen, 9 is a student at Lewis-Palmer High School that was an illegal alien at birth in Seoul, South Korea. Her father in the military had been stationed there. She could not be born on a military base because her sister had muscular dystrophy. The doctors thought Driessen would need...

Taekwondo athlete owns more than thirty medals

Taekwondo athlete owns more than thirty medals

Emily Hoffman, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

Originating in South Korea, Taekwondo is a martial art that requires mental and physical strength, determination and perseverance. Lauren Blake, 12, is beginning her final year as a student at Lewis-Palmer High School. Though Blake is not involved in any school sports, she has partaken in taekwondo s...


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