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A Familiar Name in the LSE Baseball Game

A Familiar Name in the LSE Baseball Game

Myla Davis, Staff Writer May 15, 2024

A young boy watches a Kansas City Royals game in Kauffman Stadium. The sun is beating down and it’s extra bright, but it doesn’t matter to him. After the game, he gets to have an experience that...

Spill Ur GUTS

“Spill Ur GUTS”

Myla Davis, Staff Writer May 13, 2024

The Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour came to Omaha on March 13, 2024. The concert took place at the CHI Health Center Arena at 7:30 p.m. Olivia's opening act was performed by singer Chappell Roan, who sang...

Graphic Credit: Kristina Gevorkova

Percy Jackson: A Modern Twist on Greek Mythology

Kristina Gevorkova and Mina Jan May 10, 2024

From fighting monsters to breathing underwater, the new Disney+ adaptation of “Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” breathes new (and much needed) life into the story of troubled...

Forging Future Paths

Forging Future Paths

Jenna Steinke, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

Many students have absolutely no clue what they are going to do in life, even some seniors. However, some seniors know exactly what they are going to do following graduation.   CATRICE OLDS: One...

Graphic by: Jenna Steinke

Spreading Hope Around the World

Jenna Steinke, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

As students file into the classroom, they put their backpacks beside their seats and absentmindedly take out supplies such as paper, pens and pencils. Little do they know that many students their same...

Fiona Thorne (9) running hurdles at practice.

On Track to Triumph

Mina Jan, Staff Writer May 6, 2024

With the track season kicking off in March, track and field athletes quickly find their calendars are filled with after-school practices and track meets. Among these athletes are Fiona Thorne (9), Malaki...

Graphic Credit: Kristina Gevorkova

Opinion: Women with Willpower

Kristina Gevorkova, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

Thousands of brave women marched up and down bustling streets all over the globe in order to protest for their rights. They demanded suffrage tired of being oppressed, advocating for social, political,...

Students dance at Speedway Banquet Hall, where prom was hosted this year.

A Night in Neon Lights

Jackson Hergenrader, Staff Writer May 2, 2024

LSE students all came together in their finest attire to celebrate this year’s prom, “A Knight in Neon Lights”, at the Courtyard Banquet Hall on April 6. A lot of work goes into making...

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...

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...

Eleven Weeks Early

Eleven Weeks Early

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

On Dec. 7, 2022, LSE Social Studies teacher Chris Salem got a call he wasn't expecting. It was his wife Ella, calling to say her water broke in her 23rd week of pregnancy. “She spent all of December,...

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