LHS News Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Ladue View - December 2017
Stories included in this episode were provided by students from the Intro to Media class at Ladue High School. "EMPOWER Workshop" by Freshman Grace Hensley and Erin Turkieltaub, "St. Louis Rowing Club" by Junior Emma Ewell, "Turkey Fry" by Junior Meghan Huber, "A New Ladue" by Freshman Jessica Wild, "The LaDude's" by Freshman Johnny Yeldham, "Viva Voce" by Sophomore Madalyn Adaby.
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The Variety Program
Building bikes and changing lives. Story by Sarah Lett.
The Growth of Cubing
The Rubik's Cube is still going strong with students mastering the fun. Story by Andrew Fruend.
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Photo of the Week
Fifth Grade Center Principal Dr. Julie Helm was surprised by students and staff during a short assembly after she received her doctorate from Maryville University in December. Along side Dr. Helm is her husband Dan and a couple former colleagues.
Photo by Emily Seabaugh .
Check out what some of our Broadcast Technology students have gone on to do in the media business.
Ladue Student Story is Featured on HEC-TV
Junior Broadcast Technology student Marilyn Lercel's story about the eclipse at Ladue High School was featured on the professional show “Behind the Minds” on Higher Education Channel TV (HEC-TV). Marilyn's story begins at the 1 minute and 40 second mark of the show. Click here to see the show or click on the image above to watch.
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