All posts tagged "frontpage"

  • A Fresh Perspective

    Freshmen sit in the cafeteria and talk to each other on the morning of September 1, 2021.   As the school year drew near, freshmen nervously...

  • Road to Success

    Hayden Lipscomb poses after a successful hunt. Although living in Cabot has some disadvantages, the access to nature is a great amenity.    Sacrifice comes...

  • Better Go With Retro Sno

    The smell of sugary syrup, the allure of snow on a hot summer afternoon, and smiling children slurping down the last of their melted snow...

  • A Regalia Reflection

    Students in the 1950s pose for a picture. Their outfits reflect the trends of the time.   Throughout our school’s 92-year existence, many traditions and...

  • Orr’s Classic October

    Screams echo in the hallways. Lights dim in the library. Old school sound effects surround an attentive audience. While criticizing and applauding, the boys watch...

  • Mowing Mayhem

    Above: Sophomore Paul Moellers runs his mowing route during these hard times.   It came as a surprise. Like others, my working situation completely changed with...

  • The Dance

    This school was recently privileged in seeing a vital part of the Hispanic culture – stomping. The lights go out. Tension builds. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors,...

  • Moving Forward

    Editor-in-chief Caleb Shaw explains the plan for future content release amidst the Covid-19 outbreak. Submissions for Capstone: lrchscapstone@gmail.com Questions? Direct Message on GroupMe, Instagram(lil_cjshaw21) or...

  • Shredding the Gnar With Luke Gatlin

      Seconds before dropping-in at the skatepark, the body and mind of someone who skates are nervous. Someone who skates takes risks because although he...

  • The Afterburner Weekly Review: Episode 5

    This week we recap weeks 7 and 8 as the Rockets prepare for the Southside Mavericks