Ranger Review

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...

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 talks about the impact of words

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 talks about the misconceptions of online friends

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...

Student talks about the underlying struggles in school and society

Student talks about the underlying struggles in school and society

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter

March 13, 2020

An upperclassman explains her struggle of having low self-esteem and what it is like living with anxiety.  “Throughout my high school life, I have always regretted not asking for help. I feel as if the teachers and students will think I’m unintelligent or feel as if I am a burden to them for...

YoungLife inspired further relationships

YoungLife inspired further relationships

Holly Esposito, Team Leader

March 11, 2020

“Young Life is a Christian youth group, but it is more aimed towards new Christians. I have been in Young Life since freshman year, so last year since second semester I have been attending Young Life. Some activities we do are we go to skyzone, or we go out to eat, and other fun adventures. It’s on...

Jefferson overcomes loss, regains confidence

Jefferson overcomes loss, regains confidence

Conner Graves, Ranger Review Reporter

March 11, 2020

Because of his father's passing, Jefferson McCamley 9 has become the strong individual he is today. "It all started back in March of 2018. My dad found out that he was growing a lump on his neck. At first, the doctors thought it was a goiter or something that could easily be removed, but then he ...

Ashley Griffith dives into the world of swim and dive

Ashley Griffith dives into the world of swim and dive

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader

March 11, 2020

Ashley Griffith is a sophomore at LP who is involved with diving for both the school team and for a club. She loves diving and all that comes with it.  “I started diving in my 7th grade year. I do both school and club diving. Diving means so much to me. I love the atmosphere of diving, as it provides me an escape from all the crap going on at school, it is just so much fun! ...

Allie Swope Dances Her Way to Happiness

Allie Swope Dances Her Way to Happiness

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter

March 3, 2020

Allie Swope, 9, has been dancing at Revolution Dance Academy since she was two and a half years old.   “I’ve been dancing since I was two and a half years old at Revolution Dance Academy, in Colorado Springs. I love dancing, it just makes me happy. It’s kinda hard to get into the dance carrie...

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