Should Transgender be Ban in the Military?

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under News

On January 22, the Supreme Court granted President Trump’s administration request to ban transgender individuals from joining the military. He first mentioned the policy in a series of tweets he sent out back in 2017, taking his defense attorney and the military chiefs by surprise. Trump later...

Oink Oink: It’s the Year of the Pig

Oink Oink: It’s the Year of the Pig

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2019


Filed under News, Student Life

AP and Dual Credit English teacher Elise Song has been celebrating the Chinese New Year with her classes for four years now. In celebration of the new year, Song enjoys giving her students a chance to learn about their Chinese zodiac animals and what Chinese Lunar New Year is about. She also traditionally...

Midseason Struggles

Cristopher Tule, Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under Boys Soccer, News, Sports

They boys varsity soccer team faced off against Sachse High School in a 3-0 defeat on Friday, February 8. Junior Christian Guel, one of the midfielders, said he is disappointed over the winless season so far. “We haven’t won a game sadly, but we have worked hard and we have come close to winning...

Male Cheerleaders in the NFL

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

February 15, 2019


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In March of 2018, Napoleon Jinnies and Quinton Peron made history by becoming the first male cheerleaders ever to cheer alongside the female dancers during a NFL game. “I feel really inspired,” LC’s only male cheerleader, sophomore Alex Aldana-Monitto, said. “I didn’t really think that the...

Law Students Bridging the Gap

Law Students Bridging the Gap

Natalie Taylor, Copy Editor

February 11, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Law magnet students and law teacher Cedric Davis hosted a “Bridge the Gap” event to receive a grant for their program. The grant was awarded to schools that created an event involving law enforcement. “Bridge the Gap” focused on providing a space for students and police officers from around the...

Mental Health Awareness Spread Around Lakeview

Natalie Taylor, Copy Editor

January 31, 2019


Filed under News, Student Life

This week is Lakeview’s third annual mental health awareness week. Student Council hosted the week to spread awareness and support those affected by mental health illnesses. Each day has been dedicated to a different mental illness, and students and staff have been wearing specific clothing colors to sho...

Marchin’ for Our Rights

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2019


Filed under Columns, News, Student Life

The annual Women’s Rights march was held January 20 in downtown Dallas. Women, men and children marched in protest for their rights. People held signs to speak up about not only women’s rights but other social issues as well. “I think that marching shows a lot,” junior Kassandra Oviedo said....

Patriots Boys Varsity Basketball: Lakeview vs. Garland

Patriots Boys Varsity Basketball: Lakeview vs. Garland

Jalen Garrett, Writer

January 30, 2019


Filed under Boys Basketball, News, Showcase, Sports, Student Life

After a huge loss against Wylie High School, the Patriots defeated the Garland Owls 72 to 43. Lakeview has a 23-8 record against Garland, and has beaten them by an average of 18 points in every win. Lakeview’s defensive play was the main factor into them winning the game. They stole the ball eight times and never trailed the entire contest. ...

LTAB Students Perform at Slam-Off

LTAB Students Perform at Slam-Off

Natalie Taylor, Copy Editor

January 30, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, LTAB, News, Showcase, Student Life

Twelve Louder than A Bomb (LTAB) poets performed two poems each at their slam-off last Friday night. Student judges rated their performances, and their placings from the slam-off determined who would compete in their first multi-school competition. Students who placed first through fourth will compe...

Increasing Security In GISD

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

January 22, 2019


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In 2018, there were over 90 school shootings throughout the United States. Three of those school shooting incidents occurred in Texas. Congress has devised a plan to use a bill to use the Every Students Succeeds Act to expand the authority of states, allowing them to use existing funding to strengthen...

Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody, Everywhere

Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody, Everywhere

Natalie Taylor, Copy Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Once every two months, National Honor Society (NHS) members have “campus clean up.” The members break up into small groups and go around the school picking up trash. NHS has been cleaning up the campus for several years. “With us being such a huge service organization, our campus should be our fi...

‘Tis the Season for Christmas at LC

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

December 17, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

The spirit of Christmas for many students is a time to spend quality time with family. We found some students who are going to be doing some pretty exciting things this christmas break. “We always celebrate on the 24th,” junior Kassandra Oviedo said. “It’s a tradition that we’ve carried...

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