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The LSE Marching Band performs to show off their team spirit and hard work.

Marching Knights Celebrate Successful Season

Jackson Hergenrader, Staff Writer November 8, 2023

As the crowds flooded in while the endless clouds flew across the sky above the stadium seats at Seacrest Field, the sounds of trombones, flutes, trumpets, drums and so many other instruments filled the...

Graphic by Evangeline Ahern

Preparing for the Pre-ACT

Andrew Swanson, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

The PreACT is now on the horizon for all sophomores. For several hours on Thursday, Nov. 2, the only sound from classrooms will be the booming of proctors, rustling of paper, and scribbling of Number 2...

Graphic by Zainib al-Jayashi

A Quiet Crisis

Jarod Cada, Sports Editor September 4, 2023

Being a student-athlete is no easy task. You are forced to balance your academics with your sport, which may involve missing school and putting sports ahead of school work. This stress can build up and...

The Secrets Behind Birth Control

Carmin Sims, Copy Editor September 3, 2023

When you hear the words “birth control” your initial thought is possibly about preventing pregnancy and that may be all you consider this medication can be used for. For most students at LSE information...

The Problem with the Sad Girl Aesthetic

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer September 3, 2023

“I'm a sad girl”. These iconic Lana Del Rey lyrics have become a rally cry for those who embrace the “sad girl aesthetic”. The craze for this aesthetic originated on Tumblr and resurged recently...

A New Way to Play an Old Game

Evan Merrell, Broadcast Editor September 2, 2023

The game of chess has a long and rich history, traversing cultural barriers and advancing with each step. Originating in 6th century India, chess traveled across the Eurasian continent spreading to kingdoms...

Cycle Stigma

Cycle Stigma

Abbey Hardin, A&E Editor June 1, 2023

Currently in Florida, lawmakers are trying to pass a law that would “restrict public school instruction on human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases and related topics to grades six through 12”...

Bilingual Brains

Bilingual Brains

Claire Usher, Social Media Manager May 28, 2023

As you walk down F hall, you can hear Spanish, French and German spilling out of the foreign language classrooms. Many LSE students are currently learning second languages, but some students are working...

Youre not safe: As sex trafficking becomes increasingly more prevalent in Lincoln, how can teens protect themselves?

You’re not safe: As sex trafficking becomes increasingly more prevalent in Lincoln, how can teens protect themselves?

Chloe Fitzgibbon, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 25, 2023

*Jane Smith is a pseudonym in order to protect the privacy of the individual in the story. *The tips in this article apply to all genders, however this story is mostly told through a woman’s lens due...

Artificial Intelligence takes over

Artificial Intelligence takes over

Ava Keim, Staff Writer May 24, 2023

Hello, I’m ChatGPT, a large language model trained by OpenAI. As an LLM, I have been designed to understand natural language and generate human-like responses to queries. With my ability to process vast...

LSE Teacher overcomes Learning Disability

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 class....

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...

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