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scout VOLUME 51 / JANUARY ISSUE / LAKE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL / ST. JOHN, IN

best of 2016 Ring in the new year by celebrating the “bests” of 2016. Check out the Scout staff’s favorite aspects of this past year.


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On the cover: Olivia Oster (12) and Nicole Milaszewski (12) Photo by: Sofia Hay

Scout is a student publication of Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana. All content is student directed and produced. Opinions are those of the writers and do not imply the position of the school. Questions and comments can be directed to Sofia Hay, Scout Editor in Chief at sofiath16@gmail.com. Businesses interested in advertising should contact 219-365-3886.

SCOUT STAFF’S

BEST Of 2016 SPECIAL EDITION 4 MUSIC 6 ON SCREEN 8 SPORTS 10 TECHNOLOGY 12 FASHION 14 SOCIAL MEDIA

design editors Rachel Front Abigail Hines

Camryn Wallace Jessica Wojton

editors

Emily Badger Mia Brann Ruth Chen Paityn Emro Hannah Hill Stefan Krajisnik

Nicole Milaszewski Katelyn Pass Austin Sandoval Brianna Sarkisian Kylie Thomsen Olivia Oster

team leaders Justin Andrews Courtney Rhomberg Jessica Cook Kaylynn Ward Jacqueline Hoffman Lauren Wisniewski Brittney Howell Nicole Reitz Victoria Wilkes

staff members Camille Bereolos Dana Brownewell Karisa Candreva Julia Casner Jennifer Chavarria Grace Cistaro Michael Clark Brianna Clarke Charles DeVries Ayah Eid Molly Fischer Emily Gaines Cherylynn Gholson Kevin Holechko Faith Huenecke Adam Kharchaf Nadja Kostadinovic Madalyn Kruszewski Jovana Laporsek Casey Lessentine Bailey Lewis Taylor Lykowski Bianca Matchain Morgyn McAllister Anna McCuaig 2 SCOUT / JANUARY ISSUE

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MUsic

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pop 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

rap

“Closer” by The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey “Work From Home” by Fifth Harmony “Pillowtalk” by ZAYN “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by Justin Timberlake “One Call Away” by Charlie Puth “7 Years” by Lukas Graham “Black Beetles” by Rae Sremmurd “Me Myself and I” by G-Eazy “Sit Still Look Pretty” by Daya “Hotline Bling” by Drake

alternative 1 “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots 2 “Irresistible” by Fall Out Boy 3 “Hymn For The Weekend” by Coldplay 4 “Stressed Out” by Twenty One Pilots 5 “Somebody Else” by the 1975 6 “Ophelia” by The Lumineers 7 “Gone” by Jr Jr 8 “The Sound” by The 1975 9 “Handclap” by Fitz and The Tantrums 10 “Soundcheck” by Catfish and The Bottleman

1 “One Dance” by Drake 2 “Broccoli” by D.R.A.M. 3 “No Problem” by Chance the Rapper ft. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne 4 “Caroline” by Anime 5 “Money” Longer by Lil Uzi Vert 6 “Panda” by Desiigner 7 “Work” by Rihanna and Drake 8 “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 2” by Kanye West 9 “Body” by Dreezy 10 “Don’t Mind” by Kent Jones

country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

“From the Ground Up” by Dan + Shay “H.O.L.Y” by Florida Georgia Line “American Country Love Song” by Jake Owen “Die A Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett “Blue Ain’t Your Color” by Keith Urban “Drunk On Your Love” by Brett Eldridge “My Church” by Maren Morris “Burning House” by Cami “Head Over Boots” by Jon Pardi “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw

“PILLOWTALK”

“HYMN FOR THE WEEKEND”

“NO PROBLEM”

“DRUNK ON YOUR LOVE”

“I was excited about this song because I listen to One Direction. I was really excited to see what Zayn Malik has.”

“I went to a Coldplay concert with my friend over the summer. We got to dance in the rain. It was really fun.”

“I really like the song ‘Drunk on Your Love.’ It’s more of a sweet and upbeat country song than most.”

EMMA DEGROOT (12)

MEGAN O’DONNELL (11)

“I went to the Taste [of Chicago] with my brother to see the Roots live and, out of nowhere, Chance [the Rapper] came out playing ‘No Problem,’ and it was pretty great.” DAVID MCGREAL (10)

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KALLIE HIGGINS (12)


fighting for the limelight With the amount of talented musicians around the world, it is often hard to leave a long-lasting mark on the world. However, some managed to do just that in 2016.

CAROLYN COLE/LOS ANGELES TIMES

“HAMILTON: THE MUSICAL” After reading a biography on Alexander Hamilton, Lin-Manual Miranda was inspired to write a musical that would later break records, such as the most Tony nominations in history, being named Highest Charting Cast Album since 2011 and being the high-charting cast album to reach the Billboard 200’s top 20.

RICHARD HARTOG/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS

DEATH OF DAVID BOWIE AND PRINCE Two of the most infliuential musicians in history passed away this year. David Bowie, after a secret 18 month battle with cancer, died at age 69. Prince, at the age of 57, died from an overdose of opioid fentanyl.

MATT CROSSICK/PA PHOTOS/ABACA PRESS/TNS

RIHANNA SURPASSES THE BEATLES Rihanna’s hit “Work” reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for nine weeks. This gave her an overall tally of 60 weeks at number one with 14 songs, beating out The Beatle’s record by one week. Page by: Jennifer Chavarria, Nadja Kostadinovic and Kaylynn Ward

INSIDE LC The most memorable music moments of 2016

THE LITTLE MERMAID

NEW DIRECTORS

DA CAPO

The Theater’s production of the “Little Mermaid” was the first musical held in the new auditorium. The theater also hosted a tea party for the children of Lake County before a showing of the production as a way to interact with children viewing the show.

The Lake Central Marching Band’s show “Silver Lining” was the performance of the year. It marked the first performance of the 2016 school year and the head and assistants directors, Mr. David Nelson, Music, and Eliot Smith’s debut.

The group Da Capo was re-formed for their first performance, after being off and on in the past six years, for 2016’s fall choir concert. Previous Da Capo member and new choir director Mr. Nathaniel Jones brought the group back in honor of it being his first concert as head choir director.

Photo by: Jenna Crawford

Photo by: Samantha Szewcyzk

Photo by: Sofia Hay

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on screen

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top 10 tv moments THE BEST ON THE SCREEN IN 2016

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LEONARDO DICAPRIO WINS AN OSCAR After being nominated six previous times and never winning, Dicaprio won his first ever Oscar for Best Actor this year from his starring role in The Revenant. This was long awaited by both fans and Dicaprio himself.

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COLDPLAY AT THE SUPERBOWL Coldplay brightened up the stadium during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, along with surprise guests Beyonce and Bruno Mars. This marked Beyonce’s second Super Bowl halftime appearance. Together, they sang the hit songs “Formation” and “Uptown Funk.”


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HAIRSPRAY LIVE With nine million viewers watching through a televesion screen, many well-known celebrities such as Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson came together to perform a new adaption of the 2002 Broadway musical, Hairspray.

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GRACE VANDERWAAL’S AGT AUDITION Grace Vanderwaal, a 12-year old ukulele player, was elevated to stardom after judge Howie Mandell pressed the golden buzzer during her performance of her original song “I Don’t Know My Name.”

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USAIN BOLT WINNING THIRD GOLD IN 100 After being behind for more than half of the race, Usain Bolt came out victorious after a remarkable comeback. The exciting win was his third 100-meter race win, an Olympic record.

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MELANIA TRUMP’S PLAGIARIZED SPEECH When Melania Trump gave her speech at the Republican National Convention, flags were raised on the originality of the speech due to the startling similarities between it and Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech.

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“OBAMA OUT” To conclude his final White House Correspondents’ dinner, President Barack Obama ended his speech with a memorable mic drop.

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WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS WINNING GOLD The U.S. Gymnastics team captivated the hearts of the world as they competed in the Rio Olympics. The self-dubbed Fab FIve won a gold metal as a team along with individual members winning gold medals.

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The finest films that students flocked to theaters to watch

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3. FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

KENDRICK LAMAR’S GRAMMY PERFORMANCE Kendrick Lamar sparked conversation with his performance of “The Blacker the Berry,” a song that references black oppression and the death of Trayvon Martin.

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movies

6. GHOSTBUSTERS

DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY SPEECH After being projected to lose, Trump stunned the media and the public when he won the presidental election. He gave his victory speech in New York City among friends and family.

Based on the Harry Potter universe, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them showcases the antics of Newt Salamander in 1920s New York City.

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1. CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

4. FINDING DORY

Iron Man and Captain America go head-to-head in this action movie thriller. Civil war is only just around the corner.

Dory is back! When Dory begins to remember memories from her childhood, she goes on a quest to find her parents.

5. SUICIDE SQUAD

2. ME BEFORE YOU

The movie showcases villians from the DC Comic universe, such as Harley Quinn and Deadshot, as they fight crime instead of cause it.

Losing her job, Louisa Clark lands a jobs as a caretaker for Will Traynor, a man paralyzed by a motorcycle accident.

tv shows 1 2 3 4 5 6

Stranger Things Grey’s Anatomy Supernatural Shameless The Walking Dead American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson 7 American Horror Story: Roanoke 8 Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life 9 This is Us 10 Fuller House

A remake of the 1984 hit movie, Ghostbusters features an all star team of ladies. The new team will battle ghosts in New York City for an exciting showdown.

7. ZOOTOPIA Judy Hopps is the sole bunny on the police force. But, her job is at stake when she has to solve a mystery with the help of a con artist fox.

9. ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY

A new band of heroes is created in this spinoff of the well-known series when they decide to steal the plans of the Death Star.

10. DON’T BREATHE Teens Rocky, Alex and Money plan to break into a blind man’s house. They learn that he is not what he seems.

8. MOANA When the crops do not grow in her village, Moana Waialiki sets off on an adventure of a lifetime to save her people.

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11. THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS

Max, a spoiled terrier, has his life turned upside down when Duke joins his family.

“My favorite part about [The Walking Dead] is that every episode reveals something new about a character and shows their past.” JORDAN OLSON (11) SAID “[I think it was a good idea to bring Gilmore Girls back] because people were still waiting for something to come out from the way it ended,” AISLINN WADE (11) SAID “Although the plot started off slow in Roanoke, they were able to use a real-life mystery to build suspense and draw me back into the show,” BRANDON HERNANDEZ (12) SAID “I like the plot [of Stranger Things] because it keeps you going and it keeps you on your toes. I was really addicted to it,” JESSICA KIEFOR (11) SAID

INSIDE LC The most memorable on screen and on stage moments of 2016

“I’M GOING TO JAIL”

A PEACHY PLAY

TRIVIAL PURSUITS

Caleb Beasley (12) experiences a day in juvenile detention for the eighth episode of Tribe TV airing March 3, 2016.

James and the Giant Peach was LCTC’s successful fall show which amazed audiences of all ages.

Longtime fans were tested on their team’s minor league prospects in the November Tribe Tv episode.

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Photo by: Sofia Hay

Page by: Samantha Szewczyk, Lauren Wisniewski. Photos used with permission from MCT Campus.

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sports

Football 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Broncos won Superbowl Rams moved to Los Angelos Jared Goff drafted first overall Lamar Jackson won Heisman trophy OSU beat Michigan 30-27 Colin Kaepernick protest Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot start for Cowboys 8 Tom Brady served four game suspension 9 NFL kickers set record by missing 12 extra points in one week 10 Alabama wins college football championship “Craig [Sager] made interviews with players and coaches fun with his unique clothing style and his banter with Greg Popovich. I’m going to miss seeing him on the sideline. Craig is an excellent example of never giving up,” STEPHEN COOK (12) “I love Simone Biles. I idolize Simone. I try to be like Simone in my sport becuase she is very talented and dedicated to gymnastics,” SARAH SANTANA (11) “I think [Ryan Lochte lying] was very immature because he is a grown man and very known for being close to Michael Phelps in records, but he lied and lost a bunch of credit and sponsors,” REBECCA SHUTE (10)

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Pittsburgh Penguins won Stanley Cup Patrick Kane won MVP Team Canada won World Cup Winter Classic at Gillete Stadium Blackhawks and Wild played at TCF Bank Stadium Avalanche played Red Wings at Coors Field P.K. Subban traded for Shea Weber Sharks reached finals for first time ever New team: Las Vegas Knights Austin Matthews scored four goals in first career game

BAsketball 1 Villanova buzzer beater vs UNC to win title 2 Cleveland won first ever basketball championship 3 Golden State broke record for most regular season wins 4 Kobe Bryant scored 60 points in last career game 5 Kevin Durant signed with the Warriors 6 Russell Westbrook had deepest season run averaging a triple-double since Oscar Robertson 7 Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah traded to Knicks 8 Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett retired 9 Four Indiana teams made March Madness 10 Craig Sager passes away

Page by: Grace Cistaro, Mackenzie Moore, and Nicole Reitz

INSIDE LC The most memorable sports moments of 2016

JACOB KLEIMOLA (‘16) In the spring of 2016, Jocob Kliemola went downt to Indianapolis and took home the state wrestling title for his weight class. Photo by: Madeline Hirschfield

INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL The 2016 fall sports season introduced the first ever intramural volleyball league. Team “Madison and Co.” won the first championship. Photo by: Madeline Mills

JOSHUA BENSON (12) Joshua Benson took off in his senior season. Benson ranked second in the Duneland Athlectic Conference for touchdown receptions with eight. Photo by: Jessica Cook

Colm Tomaszewski (11

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1), Olivia Born (12), Jasmine Reyes (11) and Gabriella Carra (10). Photo by: Nicole Reitz

Outstanding Olympic Achiements In 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, held the 31st Olympiad. This round of Olympics included 11,237 athletes from 207 countries, with 306 events.

(Mark Reis/Colorado Springs gazette/TNS)

SUCCESSFUL SIMONE During her first Olympic apperance, Simone Biles was said to be one of the best gymnasts team USA had seen, winning four gold medals and one silver.

(CHRIS SWEDA/CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS)

baseball

1 Cubs won World Series 2 Jose Fernandez death 3 David Ortiz/David Ross/Vin Scully Retired 4 Rougned Odor and Jose Bautista fought 5 Ichiro Suzuki got 3000th career hit 6 Cleveland Indians won American League 7 Jake Arrieta pitched a no-hitter 8 Trevor Story hit six homeruns in his first four career games 9 Max Scherzer: 20 strikeouts 10 Chris Sale was traded to Red Sox

(Michael Kappeler/DPA/Abaca Press)

LYING LOCHTE Four US swimmers, one being Ryan Lochte, claimed to be held up at gunpoint outside of the Rio Olympic games. After admitting he lied, Lochte was suspended from swimming with team USA for 10 months.

(Mark Reis/Colorado Springs gazette/TNS)

MIGHTY MICHAEL Michael Phelps, the most decorated olympian of all time, has retired after swimming in four Olympic games. Phelps ended his career with 28 medals, 23 of them being gold.

(Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE Brazilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mens soccer team brought home their first gold medal of the 2016 Olympics after a defeating Germany, 5-4 in penatly kicks.

(Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

MAKING HISTORY

Simone Manuel became the first African American women to win an olympic gold medal in swimming after she won the 100 meter freestyle.

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technology

Apps

video games

1 Pokémon Go 2 Game Pigeon 3 Boomerang 4 Snapchat 5 Bitmoji 6 VSCO 7 Netflix 8 Spotify 9 Musica.ly 10 Uber

1 Dark Souls III 2 Overwatch 3 NBA 2K17 4 Doom 5 Titanfall 2 6 FIFA ‘17 7 Mirror’s Edge Catalyst 8 Madden NFL ‘17 9 Pokémon Sun and Moon 10 Battlefield 1

entering a whole new world The top video games of the year range from multiplayer shooting games to competitive sports simulation games.

“Spotify has a bunch of artists and you can make playlists very easily.” SOPHIA BOECKSTIEGEL (11)

TITANFALL 2 “In Titanfall, you’re always having to keep on your toes since you’re never safe for a minute.” LEE CAMERON (9)

VIRTUAL REALITY “I like the virtual reality goggles. I think that virtual reality is a useful technology that has many applications.” GEORGE GUNDALACK (11)

OVERWATCH

BATTLEFIELD 1

This multiplayer shooting game set in a world of post-crisis allows gamers to work as a team. Overwatch is available on Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

Gamers can find endless entertainment in this first-person shooter game. This is the fifteenth installment of the Battlefield series from the Electronic Arts Digital Illusion Creative Entertainment.

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SPOTIFY

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The name behind the game With the success gained from their products, these top companies have been able to develop new and improved technology to inspire innovation, efficiency and discovery.

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NINTENDO

SONY

MICROSOFT

Founded in 1994, Nintendo has made great strides in developing the gaming world we know today with the contribution of developing many gaming consels, such as the Wii and Game Boy, and computer programs.

Sony was one of the first to create virtual reality headsets, which were released in October of 2016. The Playstation system is also known for video game consoles, handhelds, media center and controllers.

Microsoft is best known for inventing the Xbox and developing technology in software on their Microsoft PC and laptops. Microsoft’s goal is to empower innovation among every person and organization.

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Page by: Jessica Cook, Ayah Eid, Anni Rajput, Melicah Rodriguez, Olivia Throckmartin and Mikaila Zyvak. Photo on right: Samuel Opacic (12) by Brittney Howell.

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POKÉMON SUN AND MOON This installment of the popular Nintendo game Pokémon is the first in the seventh generation. Players can look forward to this role-playing game where they can capture a variety of new pokemon on the 3DS.

Photo provided by: Kurt Strazdins


gy electronics 1 VIRTUAL REALITY HEADSET

2 Hover Board 3 iPhone 7 4 Drone 5 Apple Watch 6 Airpods 7 Fitbit 8 Anti-Gravity Phone Case 9 Autopilot (Driverless Cars) 10 Polaroid Camera


music movies sports technology fashion social media OLD SOUL

fashion

Aaron Cappello (11) poses in an aisle while shopping in Goodwill. Photo by: Camryn Wallce

THE THREAD TRENDS

A PLETHORA OF FASHION TRENDS HAVE BEEN INTRODUCED THIS YEAR AND HAVE BEEN CIRCLING AROUND THE SCHOOL. STUDENTS USE THEIR FASHION SENSE TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES. 10 S C O U T / J A N U A R Y I S S U E


boys THE GLOW

Katherine Karl (10) poses with her brushes to show off her makeup skills. Photo by: Karisa Candreva

1 Joggers 2 Adidas 3 Nike Slides 4 Crazy socks 5 Calvin Klein 6 Yeezys 7 Basketball shoes 8 Hawaiian shirts 9 Ripped jeans 10 Baseball hats

girls

1 Adidas 2 Off-the-shoulder shirts 3 Boyfriend jeans 4 Alex and Ani 5 Bomber jackets 6 Kylie Cosmetics 7 Dad hats 8 Highlight 9 Eyebrows 10 Chokers

style-setting students “My favorite trend of 2016 is I don’t know what they are called, but platforms. I just think they look cool. I tend to go to Goodwill or thrift stores and find more looks. My clothes tend to be very ‘70s era. I like all the groovy patterns. I think fashion is going in a good direction. Especially from the early 2000s, the Abercrombie and Hollister is going away, so that’s good. My personal style is a bit retro, but also classy. My favorite part of thrifting is the cheapness. I’ll go on sprees and go like every weekend. My favorite stores to shop at are Goodwill, and there are a lot of good vintage clothing stores in Wicker Park, downtown and the Village in Chicago. I am an old soul.”

AARON CAPPELLO (11)

“My favorite makeup trend of 2016 is highlighter because it makes you look radiant. I think that eyebrows really frame your face and it’s good when they look clean, but sometimes they can look a little strong. Eyebrows have changed a lot. In the early 2000s, they were lines and now they are really thick. There are some things that stay throughout the years like red lips. I think that makeup can help you express how you want to represent yourself, and it washes off at the end of the day, so you can change it day-to-day. My favorite part is the self-confidence it gives you and different ways you can learn to do it, like the techniques and the different looks.”

KATHERINE KARL (10)

“My favorite style trend would probably be the ‘90s. I love the Adidas shoes, the new bomber jackets, just a throwback. I know plaid is coming back in with the different scarves. I get inspired just from seeing things online, seeing other people dress, celebrities and my own type of style. I’ll just grab random things in my closet and put them together. I don’t have one set word because I just dress how I feel, but mostly ‘90s, I guess, throwbacks. I like Goodwill, Forever 21 and little boutiques. I think my style just represents who I am and what I am about. It represents me, like the shirt I have on right now, ‘I’m cool with Jesus.’”

DASIA LOCKETT (12)

90S GIRL

Dasia Lockett (12) struts down the hallway to show off her 90s inspired outfit. Photo by: Brianna Sarkisian

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challenges

4. FIGHT THE AIR

1. JUJU ON THAT BEAT

5. MANNEQUIN

YouTube was filled with people flailing their arms embarrasngly in the air. At least it was a good work-out.

DYLAN SCHWADER (12)

@LCSWIMMING_

@SCHWAD53

“#MannequinChallenge swim edition @SwimWithIssues”

“Benson go crazy! @jabenson98” Ms. Myra Lolkema, Art

2. RUNNING MAN

@LCHSNEWS “In honor of tonight’s baseball game, we challenge @MunsterMedia to the #RunningManChallenge”

3. BET YOU CAN’T DO IT LIKE ME Joshua Benson (12)

memes

DLOW put out a new hit song in 2016 and took YouTube and Twitter by storm.

1 KERMIT “(Larry when there is a snow storm) Larry: Cancel school Larry to Larry: Don’t cancel school” MAX ROSENBAUM (10) @ MAX_ROSENBAUM2 2 HARAMBE 3 BERNIE VS. HILLARY 4 MR. KRABS 5 DRAKE “#Views” COLM TOMASZEWSKI (11) @COLM_AIRSOFT 10 S C O U T / J A N U A R Y I S S U E

Chantal Almazan (11)

6 ARTHUR “When McDonald’s give you 9 nuggets instead of 10” @MJ_0204 MARCUS JONES (12) 7 GAVIN 8 OBAMA AND JOE BIDEN 9 JORDAN CRY FACE 10 CAVEMAN SPONGEBOB “freshmen when they walk in vs when they try to find their classes” JAKE ZAK (12) @JAKEFZAK


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8. LONGEST YEAH BOI KEITH CRAWFORD (12)

10. SO GONE CHALLENGE

@KCRAW47

“When Dr. Veracco calls off school”

ETHAN NIEWIADOMSKI (12)

@ETHANNIEW

“Little late to the fun but oh well #sogonechallenge”

6. BOTTLE FLIPPING SAMUEL GRIMLER (11)

@SAMGRIMLER

“haters will say it’s fake”

7. HUH CHALLENGE

Need an excuse to roast your friends? Well, use the “huh challenge” to get some laughs instead of getting beat-up by your buds.

Rachel Frieling (12)

9. 100 LAYERS

ALLISON SCHUCH (12)

@ALLISON_SCHUCH

“I was writing a paper, but then I found myself watching a video of a girl painting 100 layers of nail polish on her nails..”

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Photo submitted by: Brooke Glover (12)

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Dabbing Starbucks Red Cup Snapchat Filters Bitmojis Twittermojis ios10 Games Clowns Carpool Karaoke Pokemon Go Being Extra

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