We aim for transparency.
We aim for objectivity.
We aim for accuracy.
We aim for timelessness.
And most importantly, we aim for truth–while maintaining the utmost respect for our school.
We promise to voice public opinion.
We promise not to skew information to our own interests, and we promise to uphold the same high standards for every article we publish.
We hope to establish our publication’s role as the voice for the student body, and we look forward to continuing the legacy TLR has left through the years.
The Lion’s Roar is a student-run newspaper, published quarterly throughout the year. Student editors make content decisions and the newspaper is considered a forum written by and for the students. It is, however, reviewed by the administration prior to printing, and the administration reserves the right to withhold from publication any articles it deems inappropriate.
Suggestions and comments are accepted and encouraged, and can be made anonymously. Signed Letters to the Editor are also encouraged. The Lion’s Roar reserves the right to edit letters for space or content in order to maintain our standards, and letters will not be considered for publication if deemed inappropriate or if unsigned.