The Lion’s Roar, the school paper for the West community, is hosting a ‘Year in Rap’ contest inspired by the one run by The New York Times and Flocabulary.
Here is your opportunity to write a rap about the news that mattered most to you this year. Winners will be selected and included in the... READ MORE »»
In a way, Mr. Burjis Cooper believes that his purpose as a music teacher boils down to crazy socks… or at least what they represent.
“Music is about as freeing a class as you can get in high school. We can stand up and do silly movements and I wear silly socks… What I’d like to show is that... READ MORE »»
This November, the famed tradition returns as each class begins the rivalry of the year to come out on top. Students are in for a “reel” good time with the theme of movies fueling the competition. These themes will accompany the various events planned for each class as they go head to head to earn... READ MORE »»
For this month’s “Ask the Professionals”, I had the pleasure of interviewing ABC Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos. Due to his very busy schedule and travel demands, he asked if we could do an email interview. Also, he referred me to his book “All Too Human: A Political Education” for some... READ MORE »»
With the evolution of technology, cell phones are becoming much more common, and parents are trusting their children with cell phones at much younger ages. Sometimes, however, these children may not be responsible enough to handle these cell phones which brings about an issue that most parents never... READ MORE »»