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This podcast covers and discusses events happening in the music industry. From drama between famous artists to thoughts about released albums and songs, there is a wide range of topics being talked about. Hosting the podcast will be senior Marcela Maya who has always been passionate about music and is always listening to music, no matter the genre.

TURN IT UP! – Slipknot’s ‘The End, So Far’ and the comeback of vinyls & CDs

Marcela Maya Escalona, Section Editor November 18, 2022

In this episode Marcy discusses with junior Graham Froemming about Slipknot’s new album ‘The End, So Far’, which has received mixed criticism from “hard-core” fans that claim that the band has...

On Mon. Nov. 7, the juniors and seniors prepared to face off in the annual powderpuff game. Seniors Lindsay Sheridan and Riley Fisher use face paint to show camaraderie and class spirit, donning the colors of the senior team. “The time that we spent in the locker room was so fun,” senior Riley Fisher said. “We were all able to bond before the game, especially because we were there twice, since the first game was postponed.”

Powderpuff: an “Old Skool” rivalry

Makayla Martindale and Julia Hubbell November 15, 2022

Initially scheduled for Thurs., Oct. 27, but canceled due to weather, the annual juniors vs. seniors Powderpuff game took place on Mon., Nov. 7. The “Old Skool” seniors defeated the “New Skool”...

On Sat., Oct. 22, participants in Buddy Ball and patriot baseball players gather at Eastmonte baseball fields.

LB baseball participates in Buddy Ball

Cassidy Howard, LBTV Reporter November 9, 2022

On Sat., Oct. 22, patriot baseball players volunteer for Buddy Ball, a program designed to help kids with special needs participate in the sport. The volunteers helped the participants hit, field, throw...

On Thurs. Oct 27, JROTC students sit in the auditorium and listen to the United States Air Force Thunderbirds.

Thunderbirds visit JROTC students

Cassidy Howard, LBTV Reporter November 9, 2022

On Thurs., Oct. 27, the United States Air Force Thunderbirds visited JROTC students to talk about their job. Students were able to learn more about the Air Force and even use virtual reality goggles to...

Prior to the Homecoming game and dance, students and faculty participate in spirit days and afterschool events. In honor of the school’s 50th year being open, homecoming week’s spirit themes and festivities are designed around the school’s opening roots: the 70s.

Hustling through homecoming week

Abby Roberson and Trinidy Kev November 2, 2022

During the week of Oct. 24, students on campus dressed up and attended festivities in celebration of homecoming. Students and teachers worked together to design a week of school spirit to prepare for the...

On Sept. 2, Halloween Horror Nights began its annual appearance at Universal Studios. Featuring 10 bone-chilling houses and a variety of spooky events, Halloween Horror Nights is a hot spot for horror loving adventurists. “I have been to Halloween Horror Nights for three years straight and I am always impressed,” senior Bella Gannam said. “We have bought the Frequent Fear Pass and go about once a week, sometimes more. This year we made it to opening night and seeing the action for the first time and before it could be spoiled was super scary and cool.”

Halloween Horror Nights: a night of terror

Makayla Martindale and Abby Roberson November 1, 2022

Whether looking for the rush of adrenaline or jump-scares around every corner, Halloween Horror Nights provides its guests with a unique night of frights. Being one of the most highly anticipated events...

Junior Annaliese Long and senior Trinidy Kev come together to discuss social issues with peers of the community. Topics range from local dilemmas to worldwide concerns.

The AT room: womens’ safety

Trinidy Kev and Annaliese Long October 17, 2022

Junior Annaliese Long and senior Trinidy Kev discuss their opinions on womens' safety regarding the local woman who got attached in the Wekiva Area while on a nightly jog, just over two miles from campus.

Lake Mary spirit week

Lake Mary spirit week

Abby Roberson and Trinidy Kev September 21, 2022

During the week of Sept. 12 - Sept. 16, students around campus dressed up for spirit days to show support for the school’s rivalry football game. This highly anticipated game was prefaced by a week...

Weird Tasting Food is back for a third season. Returning members Julia Moon and Brooke Holland are joined by a new addition, Anina Williams to take on eccentric foods of the world.

W.T.F: Coca-Cola Energy drink

Brooke Holland, Julia Moon, and Anina-Jeannette Williams February 15, 2022

Returning seniors Julia Moon and Brooke Holland are joined by new member and senior Anina Williams for a third season of Weird Tasting Foods. On this first episode, they taste the now discontinued Coca-Cola...

This podcast covers and discusses events happening in the music industry. From drama between famous artists to thoughts about released albums and songs, there is a wide range of topics being talked about. Hosting the podcast will be senior Marcela Maya who has always been passionate about music and is always listening to music, no matter the genre.

TURN IT UP! – Festivals and Tragedy

Marcela Maya, Staff Reporter February 10, 2022

In this episode, host Marcela Maya gives current updates in the music industry, such as the upcoming ‘When We Were Young’ festival and asks sophomore Madalyn Propst her opinion on this controversial...

Disappearing Frogs pt. 1

Faith Shimick, News and Copy Editor January 31, 2022

Julia Hubbell and I finish out the last two questions with our life stories and the abilities we want but will never have. Think wistful. Be surrounded by weeping willows and swans and an old man on a...

The walk around the lake at Cranes Roost is a must do for many people during the holiday season. Lights are put up around the lake and can be seen from every point around it, as well as decorations in the apartments around it. The main attraction, however, are the live events that the city of Altamonte Springs puts on. “I like the decorations on the lofts, and the live music,” senior Nil Aydinoz said. “The music [is my favorite part], because a lot of people just feel very happy when they’re listening to holiday music, and it makes everybody in a good mood and it’s just really nice to be around.”

Best places for holiday lights: 2021

Faith Shimick, News and Copy Editor December 17, 2021

If you are looking for a great place to drive around or walk to look at holiday lights, here are some of the best places this year.  

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