The Lion's Roar

You Have A Voice, Use It

Jessica Rech '16, Staff Writer

June 2, 2016

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The craze of the 2016 presidential election has kept most United States citizens on the tips of their toes, regardless of whether they are eligible to vote. Though the majority of West students are not eligible to vote, many s...

Benefits Of Volunteering

Marian Castellanos '17, Staff Writer

June 2, 2016

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Community service for many students may seem like an obligation to graduate high school or a way to look good when applications are sent to colleges. Not many see the benefits of volunteering, or helping out their community. The be...

How to Become a Cherry Hill Police Officer

Justin Gick '16, Editor-in-Chief

June 2, 2016

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Men and women standing in the Cherry Hill East gym wearing suits or casual clothes could be our next police officers in Cherry Hill. The steps to become a police officer for our community are very rigorous. Honesty, integrity...

Character Education

Journalism Students, Staff Writer's

June 2, 2016

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  We are West. And as West students we strive to be the best of the best; we strive to be the best humans as much as possible. We strive for strong character education to build a resilient school and community. To achieve this, we m...

‘Fighting for Us’ and ‘Feeling the Bern’

Justin Gick '16, Editor-in-Chief

June 2, 2016

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The Democratic Presidential race is very heated this election year. In the beginning, there were three candidates trying to win the nomination and now there are only two. Their names are former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and...

No Gains for Selective Schools?

Aaditi Tamhankar '17, Arts and Features Editor

May 18, 2016

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These days standing out to colleges is a priority in many students’ eyes. Students join clubs, take challenging classes, work, and play sports to stand out. Yet admission rates to the top colleges have dropped, and for the se...

A Tale As Old As Time

Nattalie Norcross '17, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

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The first thing I remember is the sky. Brighter than the ocean itself. Always changing colors. I have watched the sky since the beginning of time. I saw the first man walk the earth, sail in these waters, and build empires....

Laughter: Is it the Best Medicine?

John Nevins '17, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Filed under Features

Laughing. We all laugh. We laugh when we see some comedians on a TV show, when we see someone slip and fall on a banana peel, or when we see a coyote try to kill a roadrunner. There are some people who argue though that laughi...

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