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Prom Poem Proposal Grabs Attention of Lauren Kurtz

Prom Poem Proposal Grabs Attention of Lauren Kurtz

Gabriel Alexander, Freelance Writer April 20, 2022

The Butter-Cup: Drunken stars you hide the darkest fears, And upon those you form your love-embalmed constellations,   May star-cast be just a drop of water, Soaked upon my eyes like...

(Above) A Florida man captures an eight foot alligator that took a swim in Parkland, Florida. The gator was then transferred to The Everglades National Park.

Florida Man Reviews Florida Men

Zane Rimes, Staff March 17, 2022

We all love stories about the well-known “Florida Man.” It is the meme phenomenon in which outlandish Florida news headlines become jokes for other states. Listening to those two words, everyone has...

(Above, from left to right) Kate Ward, grade 9, Grace Wright, grade 9, Tynan Tracy, grade 9, Wali Hasan, grade 9, and Sophia Carraway, grade 10, perform and enjoy the Chinese dragon dance. The dragon dance was performed by LHP’s Chinese I and II classes in front of the Calkins Library, requiring students to build teamwork in order to learn how to walk together gracefully. The dragon dance is both a showcase of unification and power.

Chinese New Year Begins a Year of Celebration

Serena Young, Freelance Writer March 14, 2022

The last time I wore this QiPao was at my cousin’s wedding. I wore it again at Lake Highland Preparatory School for another important occasion: Chinese New Year celebration — the Year of the Tiger....

(Above) Mr. Derek Daly’s work ethic and ability to
achieve goals comes from his parents. He took lessons of hard work, dedication, and passion from his parents and, “Applied them to my career and to the schools I have worked for.” This is manifesting in the Porter Family Center for Innovation and Academics, where Mr. Daly is collaborating with architects and giving input from Lake
Highland design committees.

Working Hard on a Daly Basis

Santiago Calderon, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2022

When walking to class, have you ever wondered how Lake Highland runs so smoothly? It’s something that many of us usually take for granted. Administrators like Mr. Derek Daly, among others, put...

This photo exemplifies the trend of AI-powered photo editing. Starting with an original photo of two-second grade girls on the swings behind the cafeteria, AI software was utilized to generate an abstract background with the theme of masks. During the year 2021, many photographers self-quarantining had more time to experiment with this emerging art form.

Tracking the Top 10 Photography Trends of 2021

Staff of Twice-Told Tale, Staff February 28, 2022

Throughout every year, styles and rages change, and this includes artists and their preferred photographic choices. In 2021, the 10 most popular photography trends ranged from images pertaining to the...

During the roughly 35 minute program, various images of night scenes, still life paintings, and bright skies pop up over the four-wall projection. In all, there are 60,600 frames of video and 90 million pixels that piece together Van Gogh Immersive Experience’s seamless exhibit. Additionally, while the walls encased the majority of the projections, the floors were also covered with art.

Painting a Canvas with New Technology

Rebecca Reif, Director of Photography February 1, 2022

Van Gogh Immersive Experience, an enticing worldwide event, recently travelled to Orlando. This exhibit was showcased at the Orange County Convention Center on International Drive, from November 26 to...

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November 28, 2021

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