The Clarion

Capital City contest brings many experiences to Southeast Knights

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October 4, 2016

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By: Holden Sutter The Capital City Marching Band Championship took place at Seacrest field this last Saturday. Many schools from around the state came and participated in this event in order to see who has come the farthest...

Get ready to go “Into The Woods”

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April 30, 2015

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  Cinderella, Little Red Riding-hood, Jack, and a Baker? What do these three iconic childhood characters have in common with a Baker from a small town outside the woods? Into The Woods is a story where fairy tales collide. What happened after Jack cut down t...

Pottery Thrower Visits Southeast TODAY

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April 23, 2015

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By Matigan Paulsen If you get a chance, head to the Southeast Pottery Studio (D107) today to see some amazing clay throwing. Eric Stearns is a Doane professor and artist that creates beautiful pottery using a wheel, some tools,...

Freshman English Classes Recreate Epic Love Story

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April 10, 2015

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By: Emme Forsberg Starting on March 16th, many ninth grade English classes began an in-school competition where the students took on the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet. Students were tasked with placing a twist on the story, rewriting each act into scripts, organizing props and costumes, casting roles, filming, and editing ...

“Into The Woods” Rehersal

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April 8, 2015

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By: Olivia McCown "Into The Woods" is a musical about all of your favorite storybook characters, put together into one, problematic tale. It includes characters like Cinderella, the Witch, Little Red Riding Hood, and Jack. The music was composed by Stephen Sondheim which inclu...

Nebraska Chamber Players

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April 6, 2015

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By: Shaylee Wagner This year Nebraska celebrates its 18th year of our Chamber Players. The Nebraska Chamber Players is a group of 14 talented musicians with a range of instruments from the bassoon, violin, viola, cello, flute,...

Lincoln Youth Symphony

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February 16, 2015

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By: Shaylee Wagner The Lincoln Youth Symphony (LYS) had yet another amazing concert February 15 at 3 pm at Lincoln Northeast High School. The Symphony had their last performance along side the Lincoln Symphony's Orchestra on ...

Nite of Knights Wows Crowd On Opening day

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February 10, 2015

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Thursday night marked the beginning of the three day event that is "Nite of Knights". The Jennifer L. Dorsey-Howley Performing Arts Center was filled to the brim with talent, as well as eager audience members. The emcee's hosted...

Pep it up for your Southeast Powder Puff pep-rally

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February 6, 2015

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  By: Julia Effle On Tuesday, Southeast hosted the Powder Puff pep rally between third and fourth period The Southeast cheerleaders took a break for the day's festivities while boys from each grade level filled their place.These boys were dress...

Mrs. Noonan: From a Banker to a Teacher

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December 17, 2014

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By: Kaelie Kellner Everyone in her family was a teacher and her Grandpa served on the Education Board, so she knew she wanted to be different than the rest. Choir teacher Melissa Noonan was a finance major for her first two years in college and was convinced that she wanted to make a living as a banker. “If I’...

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