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Under Pressure

Kyler Choquette

October 19, 2017


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Every student to an extent wants to succeed. However, they aren't the only ones who want them to do well. They have parents and teachers who want them to get good grades and do well in class. This encouragement can lead to pressure on the students to perform well in class. This pressure can influence...

Mock Trial

Logan Mehalik

October 19, 2017


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Usually a trial is only meant to set the record straight, to see who is in the wrong and ultimately set ensure lady justice's verdict. Unless of course there is no real justice to be had and it's all just for competition, enter Mock Trial. A fake trial, as the name implies, that is only for competition,...

Le club de Francais

Jair Alvarez

October 19, 2017


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Bonjour et bienvenue au club francais! Hello and welcome to French club! The french club here at Papillion La Vista High school has been able to bring different cultural experiences for many years and it is sure to not disappoint this year as well. The club's sponsors and leadership committee are...

Study Habits

Study Habits

Emili Canning

October 17, 2017


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Tina Fey, Kenney Chesney, Steven Spielberg; what do all these people have in common other than being famous. They all went to school and earned degrees, students at PLHS strive to achieve goals, and aim to do well during their school careers. Studying is a big part of doing well in school whether it’s...

Freshman Going to State Softball

Freshman Going to State Softball

Grace Brown

October 17, 2017


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A team going to state is a prideful experience for a school. For the freshmen on varsity softball, however, it means so much more. As the PLHS varsity softball team heads to the state tournament, the eight freshmen on the team set goals for state and reflect on the team's accomplishments. The season...

PLHS Gym Class

Lorelei Reiman

October 17, 2017


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Scorching hot field turf, endless mile running torture, and screaming teachers are just a few basic stereotypes for an everyday high school gym class. The gym classes at Papillion La Vista High School are anything but the stereotypical thoughts that pop into your brain when you think "physical education". Some...

Sarpy County Seawolves

Sarpy County Seawolves

Kensleigh Wehunt

October 17, 2017


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As you step up to the block you feel a rush of anxiety, fear, and excitement. You have no idea how it will turn out but, what you do know is that you were born to be there. The Sarpy County Seawolves had their first meet of the season Tuesday and did great. Freshman Kaela Lorenzen and Head Coach...

Homecoming

Lexi Price-Kalina

October 17, 2017


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As a freshman in high school people always are super excited for homecoming whether it's because they get to buy a dress and shoes to dress up for the night to seeing the decorations that the homecoming committee brought together. To some sophomores some things are just as exciting and to others it's...

Spirit Week

Spirit Week

Emma DeWitt

October 17, 2017


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As homecoming rolls around, students' stress levels seem to skyrocket. From dress shopping, to hair and makeup appointments, to ordering boutonnieres and corsages, the list seems to go on and on. Spirit week though, allows students to have fun and show their school spirit while distracting their min...

District Softball

Anna Fitzgerald

October 17, 2017


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There is no other feeling in the world when fans are yelling your name, cheering for you and the team, it makes you feel at home. The Papillion Lavista High School monarch softball team is not your ordinary team, its special in many ways. "I'd have to say what I love best about the Monarch Softball...

Robotic parenthood

Chloe Harker

October 17, 2017


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A teenager wakes up in the middle of the night to hear "Waaaaa! Waaaaa!" She gets up and groans. "ugh, not again," she gets out of bed and comforts the robotic baby laying in the carrier. Most people would think it's strange, but not childhood development students. Childhood development students at...

Off-season Soccer Preperation

Jackson Nieto

October 17, 2017


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Thousands of kicks, many hours and days of hard work and determination, sweat dripping down your face like it’s the middle of summer, yet it hasn’t even begun. Preparing during the off-season of soccer here at PLHS is an important task. Many of the boys' soccer team have been practicing routines...

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