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The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project

Benjamin Sommerich, Sports Editor and Variety Editor December 18, 2021

“[I was] wondering what happened to me. I had a few beers and I don’t know. It’s like I could see what was going on but I don’t know, It was like someone else was doing it.” These are the harsh...

Elan Pittman (12) and  Lance Hesselgesser (11) , both athletes that suffered injuries while on the field

What a Pain!

Remi Beaurivage, Design Editor December 17, 2021

In the middle of a big game, a crack can be heard by Pittman, with the adrenaline pumping through his veins and the cheers of an insatiable crowd, he pushes through a sharp pain emanating from his finger....

Rylee Rauner works as well as he can to prepare

Rylee Rauner: Getting down for the last season

Michael Reuss, Photo Editor December 16, 2021

Getting physical for competition may not be for some, but Lincoln Southeast (LSE) Senior Rylee Rauner is all down for wrestling. Wrestling has always been part of history. Introduced in 708 B.C. in Greece,...

The Opioid Epidemic

The Opioid Epidemic

Alex Rezac, News Story Editor, Social Media Team December 15, 2021

Deaths related to opioids have increased significantly in the last few years, leaving many families grieving the loss of loved ones. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between...

Photo courtesy of Nicole Hochstein

Medical Marijuana: LSE student and Nebraska mother speak out about the benefits of this drug

Maya Lange, Staff Writer December 14, 2021

Medical marijuana- it’s something that’s been a common topic of discussion lately. Some people may not even know that marijuana has medical benefits, while others may have been fighting for the legalization...

Crowns to Sashes

Crowns to Sashes

Ksenia Gevorkova, Online Editor December 13, 2021

One of the biggest tropes in countless high school movies is the beloved homecoming king and queen. It’s been done over and over, with teens fighting over the crown and dramatic twists and turns as they...

To Vax, or Not to Vax?

To Vax, or Not to Vax?

Chloe Fitzgibbon, Co-Editor-In-Chief December 10, 2021

For many people, the Spring of 2020 marks the beginning of the “before”. The time before COVID-19, before quarantines, before mask mandates and mass fear. Spring of 2020 was was when life got flipped...

graphics by Ksenia Gevorkova


Nicole Tinius, Editor-in-Chief December 9, 2021

In 1978 psychologists Suzanne Imes and Rose Clance first identified a feeling that was mutual for people across the globe. In this phenomenon, individuals experience feelings of inadequacy that occur despite...

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