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A Different Way to Learn

A Different Way to Learn

Claire Usher, Social Media Manager April 1, 2023

For some students, the typical high school classroom isn’t always a productive learning environment. Self-paced e-learning classes give an alternative to students who don’t learn as effectively in...

Are there really enough resources to prevent suicide?

Are there really enough resources to prevent suicide?

Lauren Martinez, Staff Writer March 31, 2023

*Disclaimer: this article includes mentions of suicide. If you’re experiencing thoughts of suicide or if you know anyone who is, please reach out. There are many resources you can contact for help 24/7,...

Graphic by: Zainib Al-Jayashi

That’s A Wrap!

Ella Gaskill, Staff Writer March 28, 2023

M Hall is swarming with people. One student walks by strumming a guitar, while in a corner, two dancers dressed in pink and black practice their tap combo. Singers warm up in the brightly lit choir room....

Nelson Nails Top Award in Speech

Nelson Nails Top Award in Speech

Cole McChargue, Copy Editor March 24, 2023

As the light casts a spotlight, all of the watching eyes and listening ears seem to be more focused than usual. Anxiety rushes down every bone in the spine, and forgetfulness makes an appearance when it’s...

Graphic by: Zainib Al-Jayashi

LSE Seniors turn to TikTok to Review Local Food

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer March 24, 2023

Seniors Hayden Byarlay, Rowan Johnson, Malachi Masten and Daniel Schafer have started reviewing local restaurants as a fun twist to getting food with friends.  This journey was not initially documented,...

Sophomore Ava Neumayer supports Junior Nyaluak Dak as LSE athletes names are announced at girls varsity basketball game against Lincoln East.

Gender disparities shown in unequal attendance of boys and girls sports

Molly Leyden, Online Editor March 20, 2023

At the beginning of a home girls varsity basketball game you can expect two or three rows of students in the student section and close family of the athletes in attendance. As a girls game goes on the...

Can I Kick It? (Yes You Can)

Can I Kick It? (Yes You Can)

Evan Merrell, Broadcast Editor March 10, 2023

Since the original debut of the Air Jordan 1 in 1985, collectable basketball shoes and sneakerhead culture as a whole has been launched into the spotlight with people paying outlandish amounts of money...

Positions in Paraeducation

Positions in Paraeducation

Evan Merrell, Broadcast Editor March 7, 2023

New to Lincoln high schools as of this semester, LPS is encouraging seniors to apply to be paraeducators to help with special needs students at middle and elementary schools in the district.  One of...

Meet the Choirs of LSE

Meet the Choirs of LSE

Georgia Wood, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2023

From swing choir to a madrigal group, there’s a place in the vocal music department of Southeast for everyone. LSE is home to ten unique choirs, eight that are officially part of the vocal music department...

February 14th: National Donor Day

February 14th: National Donor Day

Chloe Fitzgibbon, Co-Editor-In-Chief March 6, 2023

Dear Clarion readers,  Not only does Feb. 14 mark the day of romance, but it is also recognized as National Donor Day. The day serves as a remembrance of the heroes who saved multiple lives through...

Matilda the Musical poster

Matilda the Musical

Mili Kagan, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

In 1988, children's book author Roald Dahl published the book “Matilda”, which would eventually go on to sell around 17 million copies worldwide. The success of “Matilda” facilitated the production...

New Year, New Resolution

Lilly Penner, Staff Writer March 2, 2023

Often, the New Year represents a new beginning and a chance to put the past behind them, causing many to create resolutions to reinvent themselves. The article “The History of New Year’s Resolutions”...

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