NBC Saves “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” After Only 31 Hours

Tim Kihneman, Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News

Earlier last week, Fox announced that it was dropping its popular show, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” after only five seasons. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has quickly grown as one of Fox’s most popular sitcoms, with fans claiming it to be better than classics such as “Friends,” “How I Met Your Mo...

Prom Day Piano Recital

Aaron Cubillos, Writer

May 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

This past Saturday, April 28, Lakeview’s Piano Magnet held their spring recital in the auditorium. All students and parents were welcomed to attend at no cost. “I think that the recital being free was just a good way to encourage families to come out for an hour or so and enjoy what the students hav...

Stan Twitter Snatches Wigs – Not the Real Kind.

Khivani Young, Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Wig. Snatched. Tea. Queen. These are all words that appear constantly across the sub-Twitter known as stan Twitter. If you’ve never heard any of these words or understand what they mean, you are completely missing out on the borderline crazy, obsessive tweets that can leave someone laughing at its a...

South By Southwest Sails

Jessiyah Sanders, Writer

April 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

South By Southwest took place in Austin, Texas. It’s a time for people all over the country to come together to celebrate music with their favorite artists and new films. This year, I happened to experience the festival with my family when I traveled to South Texas. I got to sing along with my fav...

LTAB Member Wins Giselle Robinson Literacy Award

LTAB Member Wins Giselle Robinson Literacy Award

Aaron Cubillos, Writer

April 4, 2018


Filed under LTAB, News, Showcase, Student Life

On Monday, March 19, sophomore Louder Than A Bomb member, Alexis Castillo was announced winner of the Giselle Robinson literary award and won a scholarship to attend the prestigious summer writing program held in the University of Pennsylvania. “I was in absolute elation when I found out I had won,” said...

Black History Month Celebration Warms Students’ Hearts

Black History Month Celebration Warms Students’ Hearts

Aabha Kc, Writer

February 27, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News, Showcase, Student Life

`The room was full of cheers and claps as students and teachers came together celebrating achievements by African Americans. It was a time of representation. On February 22 during fourth period, students came together to see the Black History Month performance, consisting of dances, singing, and ac...

Super Bowl ads entertaining, controversial

Alexis Rodriguez, Writer

February 21, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Every year along with the halftime show and the game itself, the Super Bowl TV spots are the most discussed topic for better or worse. Like all things, the commercial spots ranged in quality, but they were sprinkled with a bit of controversy thanks to the marketing geniuses over at Ram. Some of the...

Eagles Secure Their First Super Bowl Win

Jessiyah Sanders, Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News, Sports

On February 4, the Super Bowl had all of America’s attention, as is every year. The Philadelphia Eagles with a record of 13-3 and the New England Patriots, with a record of 13-3, battled for the Lombardi Trophy and a Super Bowl ring. While the Eagles looked for their first ring for their franchise...

Timberlake’s Return For Super Bowl Half Time

Alexis Rodriguez, Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News

Super Bowl LII took place on February 4 and like every Super Bowl since, the halftime show was highly anticipated. Michael Jackson was the first artist to headline a halftime performance during Super Bowl XXVII. This year featured a pop artist performing and Justin Timberlake was chosen as the man fo...

Talent Show Holds Audition For 2018

Aabha Kc, Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News, Student Life

Lakeview held its auditions for the annual talent show that will be take place on March 2. “It’s nice that there is a creative outlet for kids to show who they really are,” sophomore Vanessa Williams said. “I’m doing stand up comedy, and my jokes are based on my life with tourettes.” ...

The History of Valentine’s Day

Hailey Grizzaffi, Writer

February 14, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News

Truth be told, no one knows the definitive origin of Valentine's Day. However, there are multiple popular theories, one of which involves an ancient Roman emperor and a compassionate, risk-taking priest. Emperor Claudius the Second of Rome was very war-driven and wanted his soldiers to perform as well...

Macbeth Was To Die For

Macbeth Was To Die For

Natalie Taylor, Copy-Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Theatre

This past weekend, Lakeview Centennial’s theatre troupe 753 performed the classic Shakespearean play of Macbeth. Junior KarLee Jones played one of the main characters: Lady Macbeth. “I absolutely loved playing the role of Lady Macbeth,” Jones said. “She is just so completely confident in...

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