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Creating educational capabilities

August 23, 2016 1:05am | Guest Writer: Emmanuel Cooke

Here at Lions’ Roar Now we work to get the student voice heard in the Littleton High School community. We work to not limit that voice to those on our staff but also welcome guest writers to work with us and share their own stories. […]

Reflecting back on high school

May 20, 2016 7:07am |

If I had to sum up my high school experience in one word that word would be transformative. This might sound cheesy but it is the most honest way I can think to represent what I experienced over the course of my high school career. […]

If you never ask, you’ll never know

May 19, 2016 6:35pm |

I’ve sort of been on the Lions’ Roar staff for three years. Sort of? Yeah, sort of. Thanks to my tendency to make class scheduling difficult I ended up in French 3 Honors instead of Newspaper for junior year. However, journalism has been my passion […]

Now ‘n’ later

May 19, 2016 11:50am |

I can’t decide if I should look back or look forward. Looking back, I see how far I’ve come, how far we’ve come, and it gives me a feeling of disbelief at how much can be accomplished in just four short years. I still have […]

A letter to my younger self

May 12, 2016 9:27pm |

Dear little me, I am writing this knowing that you will probably only skim through, assuming this is just a bunch of trite platitudes about being true to yourself, not procrastinating and most of all following your heart. I know this is a bit cheesy, […]

There, Their & They’re

April 10, 2016 3:31pm |

It exists in the shadows of our memories, it lurks in our internet history, it is reborn time and time again, it’s a beast we fight with daily… Yes people, I’m talking about the ever so touchy subject of vocabulary. (I can practically hear the English […]

Caucuses are a Mess

March 2, 2016 12:16pm |

If you went to a caucus on Super Tuesday you know quite well that the process is one of the most cumbersome ways to vote.  The organization is weak, regulation is minimal and the process involves an ungodly amount of time.  Choosing a party candidate […]

Valentine’s Day: Reality vs. Expectations

February 14, 2016 5:38pm |

Every year, Valentine’s Day is made up to be this incredibly romantic occasion. Whether they’re single, or in a relationship, people tend to wrap themselves up in this big fantasy. We imagine our own romantic moments that could come straight out of Hollywood.  But, every […]

Sanders Stands Out

February 2, 2016 7:38pm |

Last night at the Iowa caucus, our favorite democratic socialist, Bernie Sanders, was able to close the gap behind front runner Hillary Clinton to land a tie.  Sanders was predicted by the Des Moines Register poll, historically the most accurate poll in the Iowa Caucus, […]

Fear, progress, and comedy: meditation on 2015, thoughts for 2016

December 31, 2015 7:04pm |

I’ve thought about this reflection for weeks. At first I figured I would recap some of the events of the year, as if there won’t be an indescribable amount of recaps. I would mention the January terrorist attack on the French satire publication Charlie Hebdo, the […]