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Pia Lyhne

Pia Lyhne, Editor

Pia Lyhne joined the Ranger Review staff her freshman year and became an Editor her sophomore year. Pia has enjoyed these past three years immensely due to the fact that she has been able to explore her passion for writing and working with others. Now in her junior year Pia has begun to look forward to the next stage of life. Pia grew up in California where her love for books began. While she has many favorites, “The Secret History” by Donna Tartt is one that will never leave her bookshelves. When not at school, Pia can be found working at Tamangur Icelandics. Her love for horses and riding have inspired her to take on an internship where she works in exchange for knowledge on how to train and care for horses. Pia is eager to see what the new staffers of this semester will bring and hopes to finish out the year strong.

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Allie Swope Dances Her Way to Happiness

Allie Swope Dances Her Way to Happiness

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter
March 3, 2020
Sophia Garza, 10, sits in the Math pod. I don’t want to take anything for granted because I already can’t see and everyone else can. 
I see people all the time taking advantage of that.

The way I see it

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter
December 4, 2019
President Donald Trump stands at podium overlooking the crowd gathered to hear his speech. 
The vote to decide whether to move forward with impeachment has “...been sitting for a long time. A lot of money wasted, a lot of jobs wasted. It’s going to have a tremendous impact,” Trump said.

To impeach or not to impeach…that is the question

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter
November 14, 2019
While on stage, Tom Chapman, band director at Lewis Palmer High School plays his trumpet as he recites his chromatic scales. The longer Ive done music, the better my attention to detail has become because the better I get, the more I want to be good at it, Chapman said.

Tom Chapman reflects on musical career

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter
November 1, 2019
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