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Kinser reveals stories of prejudice

Kinser poses while wearing her “I’m black and proud every month” shirt to communicate her opinions about Black History Month. “After my experiences, I got tougher and I knew that the kids here were not going to be nice, no matter what. I feel that it is still hard to talk to people; it's a subject here at Lewis-Palmer that even makes the adults skirm in their seats over something that happens to you,” Kinser said.

Emelia Evory, Ranger Review Reporter

March 13, 2020

Reyna Kinser is a senior at Lewis Palmer High School that has struggled with racism and being made fun of for her skin tone during her 4 years of high school. “I am black; I was born in North Carolina. I wasn't really used to being targeted for my skin color until I moved here,” Kinser said.  ...

Feature length film made by student

The front page of the script of Camp Goggles.

Joe Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter

March 13, 2020

Student Joel Warren 10 is creating a feature length film based on his experiences in summer camp, titled “Camp Goggles”. It is a drama with comedic aspects about a girl who is a counselor at her local summer camp. As she has new experiences at the summer camp and she also reflects and has flashback...

Bartalo spearheads Wish Week

Bartalo speaks to the senior class at the Wish Week assembly. “It was just cool to see how people were still willing to  give something to someone who needs that more and that was just really inspiring as well,” Bartalo said.

Emelia Evory, Ranger Review Reporter

March 11, 2020

Gianna Bartalo 12 is a senior in high school who had the benefit of participating in Wish Week at Lewis Palmer. “We did it like five years ago, and I have a ton of friends who do it at their school. It's like a really big deal for schools who have been doing it for years.”  Throughout the process, upperclassmen and un...

Gorillaz Reject False Icons movie is selling out fast

Taken by Matija Puzar

Joe Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

The Gorillaz have recently announced a worldwide one night only screening of their documentary Reject False Icons. Only a handful of tickets remain and some theaters are sold out despite the tickets only being released a week ago.  The documentary covers the making of the albums and tours for ...

French club looks to get new members

The French Club meets and enjoys the breakfast brought in by one of their members.
“If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2019

The Lewis-Palmer French Club was started in the 2015/2016 school year. The club has grown since then, and is still expanding, both member wise and what the club is doing. They are beginning to expand into more cultural activities. “It’s definitely gotten more interest in the school body. We have a bigger c...

Senior starts cake baking business

Maggie Masters enjoys her baking business.

Samantha Wilkins, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2019

Maggie Masters 12 is a baker who owns her own business. Masters enjoys making something new and making it look beautiful and tasty. “It's cool at times it can be really stressful, you have to make sure everyone likes what they want,” Masters said.   “The most important thing about baking is making sure that...

Snow days affect two scheduled concerts

Choir members sing at the rescheduled concert.

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2019

On the 24th of October there was a band concert, but because of the weather it became a snow day, ultimately cancelling the concert. There was also a choir concert scheduled for October 29th, however that day also became a snow day and that concert was cancelled as well.  “It was very disappointing because the ban...

Wilch aspires to professional video gaming career

Mace Wilch focuses on an intense competitive round of “Super Smash Bros.: Ultimate”. “I have made some great relationships in this community,” Wilch said.

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter

October 29, 2019

Mason Wilch 11 is a student at Lewis-Palmer High School who plays video games on a competitive level. Along with recreationally playing “Minecraft” and “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, Wilch plays “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” competitively. He can be seen at “Smash Bros.” compe...

Student becomes TikTok famous

”Don't be scared about what people think about you. The more stupid you look, the more people are going to follow you.”

Joseph Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter

October 11, 2019

On any given day TikTok famous Jessie Hollis 10 may be seen walking around the halls in bright wigs and outfits. These are parts of her cosplays, the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game. She records videos of herself and she puts those videos on her TikTok. She...

RMJ Camp excites students for publications

Nicole Arduinni, the camp director participates  in one of the photo olympics. The goal was to eat the three hidden gummy worms in the whipped cream. This photo, just taken from a different angle, won the best photo award.  

Photo Credit: Marlee Mikesell

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader

October 9, 2019

Ranger Review news editors attended the Rocky Mountain Journalism camp (RMJ) in July at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The students learned from experienced advisers about various topics in the world of journalism.  This is the 29th camp that RMJ has hosted. The student journalists attendin...

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