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Esposito finds sense of self through volleyball

Esposito finds sense of self through volleyball

Holly Esposito, Team Leader

May 5, 2020

“My most memorable event this year was winning state with LP volleyball. It was unlike anything I have ever felt before; I just felt so accomplished because it was a big goal I had. I learned to take in every moment and to work really hard for what you want. I have been playing volleyball for six or s...

Sophie Kovar encourages new membership in HOSA

Photo Credit: Sophie Kovar

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader

May 1, 2020

Sophie Kovar is a Junior who has been involved in HOSA since her sophomore year. She is the Vice President of communications and encourages anyone to join who expresses some interest in the medical field or in growing their leadership.  “HOSA is a club devoted to students who are interested in a ca...

How Evelyn got her voice back

How Evelyn got her voice back

Lindsey Manor, Ranger Review Reporter

April 22, 2020

Evelyn, a junior at Lewis Palmer, talks about how she learned she suffered from anxiety and how it changed her life. “The day I discovered I had anxiety was a day that changed my life. I discovered I had anxiety sophomore year and it showed me how much loss of control I had over my thoughts and m...

Westerdahl reflects on traveling with family

Westerdahl reflects on traveling with family

Holly Esposito, Team Leader

April 21, 2020

“One of my favorite memories was when I went to Europe on a cruise with my grandparents in the summer of 2017. I went to Portugal, France, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, and England; I got to see the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Normandy Beach, and London. My favorite place was probably the...

Mesa talks about programming dreams

Mesa talks about programming dreams

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

April 10, 2020

Christian Mesa 9 is a programmer in the making. He hopes to go into a career with programming. He most wants to be a part of the NASA team who sends spacecraft up to space, but would also like to be a video game programmer. “I’ve been doing robotics, which uses C++, four programming classes which...

Markowitz expresses desire for acceptance of individuality

Markowitz expresses desire for acceptance of individuality

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter

April 3, 2020

Jack Markowitz 9 aspires to be true to himself and his experiences. He vouches that everybody should be accepting of everybody's choices. “I don't want to be the person that I am not truly. I want to travel the world when I’m older. I'm just fascinated by different cultures, different languages,...

O’Donnell aquires help from community to reach goals

O'Donnell aquires help from community to reach goals

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter

April 3, 2020

Zoe O’Donnell 9 is passionate about politics and Girl Scouts. In the future, she hopes to become a Political Science major and work in foreign and domestic political positions. “Activism is a huge part of my life. I want to be the change that I want to see in the world. What I do is very impor...

Greenwood shares what basketball means to her

Greenwood shares what basketball means to her

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader

April 3, 2020

Griffin Greenwood moved from Pennsylvania to Colorado this year. She also played on the varsity basketball team.  “I am new to LP. I moved here from Pennsylvania. I love LP; from my first day here, everyone was so nice and welcoming. I have been the ‘new kid’ a lot, and most of the time it is really...

Rachel O’Connell talks about the impact of words

Rachel O’Connell 9 is passionate about many things, especially words. She hopes to become a writer one day.

Lilly Pike, Ranger Review Reporter

March 31, 2020

“I'm passionate about love and I'm passionate about my friends; I'm passionate about a lot of different groups of people and their rights, but I guess another thing that I'm super passionate about is words. I guess that sounds kind of odd because everyone can speak, but not everyone can express th...

Kelly Green talks about the misconceptions of online friends

Kelly Green 9 feels that the common stereotypes of online friends are far from the truth.

Lilly Pike, Ranger Review Reporter

March 16, 2020

“Many people think that having online friends is an awful thing and that if you have online friends, you're probably going to get kidnapped or something. But as long as you're careful, none of that is going to happen and sometimes having online friends can be some of the best. I have a friend in Br...

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