The Clarion

LSE Teacher overcomes Learning Disability

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

As students bustle into F220, they are greeted with posters of literature and shelves upon shelves of books. When walking into the classroom Alyssa Allaire is eager to greet everyone who enters her...

The Birth of Daxton

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

"My thought process was that it was a joke and what I was seeing was not real. I just hid the test and tried to block it out of my head.” Cadynce Richmond discovered she was pregnant at the beginning...

Eleven Weeks Early

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

On Dec. 7, 2022, Chris Salem’s wife Ella’s water broke in her 23rd week of pregnancy. “She spent all of December, and the holidays away from our family in the hospital just hoping to hold on to...

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The Vinyl Boom

Abbey Hardin, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

Collecting vinyls has been a trend since the first long-playing record was invented in 1930, when they were mostly used by radio hosts and DJ’s, but the invention of CD’s began to bring the popularity...

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Homegrown Southeast Senator Anna Wishart

Molly Leyden, Staff Writer May 15, 2023

Senator Anna Wishart has a day filled with movement and interaction. From speaking and negotiating with her fellow representatives, to hearing the ideas and desires of those she speaks for. Wishart’s...

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of AP Testing

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of AP Testing

Claire Usher, Staff Writer May 12, 2023

Throughout the school year, students taking an Advanced Placement (AP) class or multiple AP classes work rigorously to keep up with the large load of work while still achieving high grades. Many students...

Are We Politically Informed?

Are We Politically Informed?

Ava Keim, Staff Writer May 12, 2023

Many LSE students will be eligible to vote in the next election. Voter turnout and candidate awareness are the two major factors that affect elections. The issues that people are facing in politics right...

Students find solace in body modifications 

Chloe Fitzgibbon, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 11, 2023

At 18 years old, teenagers are handed the opportunity to decorate their body how they choose with newly relinquished parent-permission restraints. For some with strict parents, getting a tattoo or piercing...

Ending Period Poverty One Tampon At a Time

Ending Period Poverty One Tampon At a Time

Carmin Sims, Copy Editor May 10, 2023

Every year, LSE’s Feminist Club hosts an annual Tampon Drive. The goal of this event is to raise donations of menstrual products such as pads and tampons, as well as monetary donations from students...

5 Best Musical Biopics to Watch This Summer: Dive Deep Into The Lives Of Your Most Beloved Artists

Amiah Robinson, Staff Writer May 10, 2023

Elvis (2022)  In this movie we are guided through the life of Elvis Presley (played by Austin Butler) through the eyes and narration of Colonel Tom Parker – Presley’s corrupt manager of 22 years...

Teachers balancing two jobs

Teachers balancing two jobs

Adam Taylor, Staff Writer May 9, 2023

Many teachers put upwards of 60 hours a week just in the classroom alone, and although that is more than a given full-time job, many teachers still have other jobs in order to compensate for the close...

Not everything needs to change with the times

Not everything needs to change with the times

Ella Gaskill, Staff Writer May 9, 2023

“Or maybe your largeness / is like the Tardis / considerably roomier inside,” the ensemble sings, dancing along as a boy sits in the corner of the stage, shoving fistfuls of cake into his mouth. Bruce...

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