Leila Sheffey

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter

  1. What grade are you in and how many years have you been in Rampage? Senior and first year
  2. If you could have lunch with one person from the past or present, who would it be?Haku Shota from p1harmony
  3. If you were stuck on an island and could only bring 3 things with you, what would you bring? My phone, my computer, & portable chargers
  4. What are your goals for this year? Develop my skills in digital art
  5. What's your favorite class at GCHS? Digital art & photography
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Music For Different Moods

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter May 9, 2023

Music is a part of almost everyone's lives. It's there for your every mood and in all kinds of situations. Does your music change with your mood and surroundings? Rampage surveyed GCHS readers and found...

Netflix puts “Season 2 Coming 5000” under discontinued series, The Society.

Shows That Deserved Another Season

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter May 9, 2023
Netflix is a popular streaming platform when it comes to the entertainment industry. It’s home to some of the most engaging shows and movies out there, and is used globally by over 232 million paid subscribers. Netflix has made award-winning and high-quality content that has resulted in a great reputation. However, with the cancellation and discontinuation of certain shows, it’s added a couple of dents to its name and track record.
Celebrities and Their Privilege

Celebrities and Their Privilege

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter April 27, 2023
Living in this society, privilege exists and power is easily abused. Does being a celebrity come with that advantage? I would say yes. There are many situations in which celebrities have used their power to get away with certain things average citizens wouldn't be able to. Wealth and status can grant people significant advantages in this day and age.
BTS members send off their oldest member, Kim Seokjin, who is the first to enlist in the South Korean military.
Picture from BTS Twitter account

ARMY to Army: BTS Joins the Military

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter February 4, 2023
After debuting in 2013, the conversation around BTS has shifted from hit singles to enlisting in the South Korean military. Under South Korean law, all able-bodied men are expected to serve 18-21 months in the military to defend against the threat from North Korea. In the past, there have been some exceptions made for specific people, like athletes, actors, and idols and many people were wondering why BTS weren't eligible for this exception, especially after generating an estimated $3.9 billion in economic value per year for the South Korean economy.
A collection of gifts students from GCHS have of their wishlist.

All I Want For Christmas is…

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter December 12, 2022
Toys. Clothes. Money. All things perfect for the gift-giving season. With it being December, hopefully everyone has an idea of what they are hoping to give and receive for this holiday season! To keep track, I always prepare a wishlist...Though many people may not know what they want, Rampage talked with Grayslake Central students about what they are asking for this holiday season.
Falling in Love With Music

Falling in Love With Music

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter November 14, 2022
Many people at GCHS listen to Taylor Swift and agree that soft, chill and even sad or slower music fits the fall vibe more.
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