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12 minutes | Dec 5, 2022
Lafayette students and staff members share their most meaningful holiday movie memories.
6 minutes | Oct 24, 2022
Listen In: Student experienced cultural shifts with Japanese-American family, move to America
Ever since she came back from Japan, freshman Akiko Field has seen notable differences in American culture. From differences in culture at home and school to differences in overall experience, Field talks about what she has seen and how it has impacted her.
13 minutes | May 16, 2022
Listen In: Asian American / Pacific Islander Month inspires pride in culture
Sophomore Chris Songco discusses growing up in a Philippine household and how it has affected him. Along with this, Songco discusses balancing growing up with both American and Philippine culture.
6 minutes | Apr 15, 2022
Listen In: Book promotes autism awareness, acceptance
Language arts teacher Melissa Schumacher discusses the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon and how it allows students to understand autism from the perspective of the main character.
12 minutes | Feb 27, 2022
Listen In: Taking a pause during Black History Month
Guidance Department Chair Terence Small discusses Black History Month. Small talks about how reflecting back on all the different parts of history will let people see history through a more diverse lens and prevent past mistakes from being repeated.
16 minutes | Nov 29, 2021
Listen In: Traditional vs. non-traditional college options
College and career counselors Sarah Hicks and Alex Dusenberry discuss what students can do after high school. From the traditional 2-year or 4-year college route to trade school or an apprenticeship, all options are possible for students and students can discover these options at the college and career office.
14 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
Listen In: Halloween brings friends, families closer together
Art teacher Lauren Sakowski and sophomore Sarah Ebenezer both grew up making costumes with their moms. Now, Sakowski does this with her own children while Ebenezer started creating her own. Both use this holiday as a chance to connect with their friends and family. In this episode, Sakowski and Ebenezer talk about what Halloween means to them and how they celebrate it.
7 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Listen In: Math teacher shares experience utilizing 'phone boxes' during class
Stephanie Hruby has been teaching at Lafayette for 13 years. Over that time, with the rising popularity of cellphones, she developed a way to prevent students from using them unnecessarily in class - phone boxes. In this episode, Hruby talks about the phone boxes in general, but also how they have worked for her and the response she has gotten from students. Listen in was created as an outlet for the many voices of Lafayette. We are open to discussing a wide range of topics from terrifying bear attacks to what it’s like to grow up with a whole lot of siblings. If you’re interested in being a featured guest, contact us via @thelancerfeed on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
14 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Listen in: Science teacher Shannon Campbell shares 9/11 memories
In this episode, staff reporter Sonya Sud talks with science teacher Shannon Campbell, who shares her story about 9/11. Campbell's husband worked at a company office on the 50th floor of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Listen in to learn more about how this has influenced the Campbells' lives. Listen in was created as an outlet for the many voices of Lafayette. We are open to discussing a wide range of topics from terrifying bear attacks to what it’s like to grow up with a whole lot of siblings. If you’re interested in being a featured guest, contact us via @thelancerfeed on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email email@example.com.
6 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Listen In: Predictions for upcoming MLB season
In this episode, staff reporter Vijay Viswanathan sits down with junior Tom Richards to discuss his predictions for the upcoming Major League Baseball season, which begins on April 1, 2021.
7 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Listen In: Business teacher explains 'Shop Local'
In this episode, staff reporter Samantha Haney talks to business teacher Holly Green about what 'shop local' means and how we can participate in our own communities.
9 minutes | Apr 3, 2020
Listen in: Lancers gain insight from life as first generation Americans
In this episode, staff reporter Juli Mejia talks to freshman Yasmin Hassan and sophomore Pooja Reddy about their experiences as first generation Americans. They discuss the struggles they have come across as well as how their individual cultures have given them unique perspectives on the world.
15 minutes | Apr 2, 2020
Listen in: Update on Rockwood's Alternative Learning Plan
Rockwood's Alternative Learning Plan (ALP) was implemented on March 26 as a way for students to stay connected to their classes and continue coursework. This past week, teachers have held virtual classes on Zoom and collected assignments on Canvas and Google Classroom. In this podcast, Digital Media Editor Jack Weaver talks to Principal Karen Calcaterra, Rockwood Assistant Superintendent of Learning and Support Services Shelly Willott and Lafayette Music Department Chair Brad Balog about how the ALP has been utilized.
10 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Listen in: Advice for upcoming spring sports tryouts
Starting the first week in March, ten sports will begin their season with week-long tryouts to determine freshmen, junior varsity and varsity levels. In this episode, sports editor Morgan Vehige sits down with assistant varsity coach Scott Holtmann and senior lacrosse co-captain Kari Kamrud to talk about how they approach tryouts, along with the mental and physical aspects of each that come along with it.
6 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Listen in: STL Spark sparks discussion about human trafficking
In this episode, Editor-in-Chief Kayla Carpenter talks with senior Shannon Worley about her and a group of LHS students called STL Spark and their mission to raise awareness of human trafficking by wearing dresses and ties throughout the month of December. This podcast provides information about the proximity of human trafficking to St. Louis and ways to support STL Spark.
6 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Listen in: Party with political parties
In this episode, news editor Hayden Cottrell and lifestyles editor Grace Kirtley discuss the history of the United States government. This podcast provides a short overview of the history and creation of political parties in the country.
5 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
Listen in: Meeting author Stephanie Garber
In this episode of Listen in, Corren Tipton talks with sophomores Anna Matusiak and Janka Gerber about meeting Stephanie Garber, author of the Caraval trilogy. Featuring topics of Garber's writing tips and a summary of the book, this podcast takes a look into Garber's fantasy work.
13 minutes | May 14, 2019
Listen in: James G, rising musician
In this episode, opinions editor Alex Rozar talks with sophomore James Gay about his new album, Young Minds. Featuring a clip of his new song, this podcast takes a look at his development as a young artist.
7 minutes | May 14, 2019
Listen in: A look into ALARP
In this episode, Corren Tipton interviews two current Advanced Language Arts Research/Presentation (ALARP) students and one former ALARP student, discussing the unique class structure of the language arts curriculum. The students discuss their advice for future ALARP students, the skills they learned from the class and their favorite memories from the class.
10 minutes | Mar 2, 2019
Listen in: Future Lancers of Green Pines
In this episode of Listen in, Web-editor Chloe Baker sits down with Green Pines Gators Luci Cordes-Palmer, third grade, Jason White, fourth grade, and Ellen Cuendet, fifth grade, to talk about their experience in a Rockwood elementary school. With conversation ranging from their favorite sports to what they want to remember when they get into Lafayette.
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