LVA Accolades

LVA Accolades

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All American City

Kaylee Danchak, Reporter

October 1, 2018

Filed under Feature

  One of our fellow orchestra majors and senior, Sol Martinez, was one of about 34 Las Vegas residents to participate in the All American City competition, held by The National Civic League. Formed in 1894 by Theodore Roos...

Student Highlight: Aimee Tram

Dalton Scott, Reporter

October 1, 2018

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  Daniel, The Karate Kid's main protagonist, shows dedication and persistence, and it made Aimee feel like she can do anything. Whenever he failed, he didn’t stop. By the end of the movie, he ended up being a winner. Aim...

The OG’s of LVA

Vivian Wu, Web-Master

May 1, 2018

Filed under Feature

If you take a stroll down Frazier hall, all the way at the end, tucked in its own little corner, next to the never-ending creaking and slamming of the girl's bathroom, you'll find a room marked F1. If you peek your head insid...

The Perfect Form

Meagan Shaffer, Managing Editor

March 17, 2018

Filed under Feature

   They’re graceful in the way they move because they have to be. They follow the eight count beat like it is the beat of their own hearts. They move together; they move as one.    Dancers must leave themselves at the do...

The Weight of Change

The Weight of Change

March 17, 2018

Growing Up Muslim

Growing Up Muslim

March 17, 2018

Am I a Late Bloomer?

Am I a Late Bloomer?

March 1, 2018

Beyond Silence

Beyond Silence

February 28, 2018

The PACE Program

Kloe Dougherty, News and Feature Story Editor

September 7, 2017

Filed under Feature

Jacob walked to home base with bat in hand and the feeling of May sweat falling down his forehead. The crunch of the dirt under his shoes grinded to a halt as he raised his bat, ready to hit the ball. He gripped the bat and brought...

LVA Spring Look Book

LVA Spring Look Book

March 22, 2017

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