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Commons Knowledge (The Return)

It’s back.

After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Commons Knowledge, The Forest Scout’s longest-running video series makes its triumphant return for a fifth season.

Now hosted by Harry Hodgkins and Edward Torosian, this regular series puts LFHS students on the spot to answer some ‘common knowledge’ questions.

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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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Harry Hodgkins, Staff Writer

Harry Hodgkins is a senior at Lake Forest High School. This is his first year writing for The Forest Scout, and he is excited to be part of it! You will...

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Edward Torosian, Sports Editor

Back for his second year, senior Sports Editor Edward Torosian is involved with the golf, swimming, and tennis teams at Lake Forest High School. When he’s...

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    AnonymousApr 24, 2021 at 4:10 pm

    Seriously sad to see the lack of basic knowledge and common sense. I sincerely hope that some of these answers are jokes.

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    Katie PierceApr 20, 2021 at 3:39 pm

    BRAVO TFS TEAM!!!!! This is the best produced episode of CK that I’ve ever seen–great work and keep them coming!!!!! Go Scouts!!!

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