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Front + Center: Theater 2012

Taylor Runion

October 31, 2011

As the house lights came on, stage lights turned off and actors from Bye Bye Birdie went to see their family and friends. Backstage was still bustling. Junior Claire MacLachlan had not rehearsed choreography or felt the audience...

Painting the Town: Kansas City 2012

Taylor Runion

October 31, 2011

Kansas City is often overlooked as a big city. However, if one is willing to explore, they will find that it has much to offer. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is one attraction that is overlooked, especially by teens. In the...

All In With Nothing to Lose: Football 2012

Danya Issawi

October 31, 2011

The music blared and the bass could be felt through the ground and lockers. There was loud chanting and cheering that echoed throughout the locker room, and the smell of sweat was overpowering. It was a moment of pure elation...

Make Your Mark: Girls Golf 2012

Elizabeth Wilcox

October 1, 2011

Temperatures dove into the forties as members of the girl's golf team stood drenched in their rain suits. That morning, everyone was huddled under umbrellas at the Shadow Glen Golf Club. Due to sporadic downpours and gusting winds...

Setting Success: Volleyball 2012

Danya Issawi

September 1, 2011

Horrified, junior Audrey Hitchcock watched as yet another ball whizzed by her head. This was the third ball she had missed that game. Discouraged, she looked down at the wooden floor beneath her feet and shook her head in dismay....

It’s All About Balance: Gymnastics 2012

Danya Issawi

August 31, 2011

Sophomore Angela Bever's eyelids struggled to stay open. They began to flutter closed but snapped back open at the last second, never allowing Bever to get the sleep she craved. Her eyes stared blankly at the Algebra 2 book in...

Matching Success: Girls Tennis 2012

Taylor Runion

August 31, 2011

After a close state tournament last year in which the Lady Lancers placed second behind Blue Valley North, the bar was set high for the following season. When two freshmen, Stephanie Wilcox and Elizabeth Barnickel, made two of...

Lay It On the Line: Cross Country 2012

Max Blanchard

August 31, 2011

Every minute she spent Chemistry 2 worksheet, she lost more and more—sleep. She knew that as soon as she fell asleep, her alarm was going to ring obnoxiously and she was going to hit 'the snooze button at least four times before...

Innovative Support: Pep Club 1980

February 1, 1980

"Let's get a little bit rowdy." Cheers like this filled stadiums throughout the year, stirring fans and players to an outstanding athletic season. With brilliant and entertaining routines, the members of the Boys' Pep Club led...

Cheers to Lancers: Cheer 1976

February 1, 1976

The Varsity, Chant Squad, Junior Varsity, and Sophomore Cheerleaders dedicated time and energy to achieve a goal—active support and enthusiasm for Lancer athletics. At least one of the four squads was represented at every sports...

“What’s New” is News: Harbinger 1976

February 1, 1976

Students lounging on benches in the front hall while reading the Harbinger were a common sight on Friday afternoons. The Harbinger was the weekly newspaper produced by the Journalism Il classes. The newspaper served two purposes....

Self-Expression: Labyrinth 1976

February 1, 1976

The Labyrinth, Shawnee Mission East's literary magazine, was a creative outlet for expressive students at SM East. The magazine was published each quarter and contained artwork, essays, poetry, editorials, and short stories. Led...