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Commons Knowledge: LFHS Edition

How well do LFHS students know their high school?

Everyone’s favorite trivia show, Commons Knowledge, makes its return for its fourth season. Now hosted by Matthew Garrigan and Ava Manelis, this biweekly series puts LFHS students on the spot to answer some ‘common knowledge’ questions.

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Ava Manelis, Editor-in-Chief

Ava Manelis is a senior at LFHS who is on the poms team. She has been taking Journalism for a year now, and is back again as an Editor-in-Chief of the...

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Matthew Garrigan, Staff Writer

Matthew Garrigan is a senior at Lake Forest High School. He is a member of the varsity football team and a two-time captain of the lacrosse team. Outside...

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Peter Elliott, Editor-in-Chief

Peter Elliott is a senior at Lake Forest High School, and excited to be back this year as an Editor-in-Chief for The Forest Scout. A contributor since...

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