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You don’t need to feel alone on Valentine’s Day

You don’t need to feel alone on Valentine’s Day

Carmin Sims, Copy Editor March 3, 2023

For those in a relationship during this time of the year, Valentine’s Day is most likely highly anticipated. To show their love for their significant other, there will be purchases of chocolates, teddy...

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Activism Beyond the Screen

Georgia Wood, Design Editor January 26, 2023

A teenager opens their phone to Instagram. They click through story after story calling for action. There is a seemingly endless pile of Instagram stories reposting one post, urging them to “read this!!!”...

2022 has no staple fashion

2022 has no staple fashion

Amiah Robinson, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

According to the 2015 article titled Do Fashion Trends Still Exist, author Kate Abnett writes about the English author, critic, curator and fashion historian James Laver who, in 1937, drew up a basic timeline...

Im glad we dont have Columbus Day off

I’m glad we don’t have Columbus Day off

Zainib Al-Jayashi, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2022

“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” is a mnemonic device taught to students to remember the seemingly impressive journey made by Christopher Columbus to discover the land known as the United...

OPINION: It’s the most deadly time of the year to safely navigate Lincolns roads

OPINION: It’s the most deadly time of the year to safely navigate Lincoln’s roads

Chloe Fitzgibbon, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 30, 2022

The problem A drunk 24-year-old woman was responsible for a hit and run that took place post Oct.1 Husker Football Game. Out of 7 home games in the 2021 Husker Football season, Nebraska State Patrol...

Quit with the judgment on teens’ Halloween costumes

Quit with the judgment on teens’ Halloween costumes

Carmin Sims, Copy Editor October 29, 2022

Halloween night will be here soon and LSE students are starting to think about how they will spend it. A lot of teens and young adults enjoy dressing up for the night, whether it be a group costume, a...

Thats not my name: How the whitewashing of ethnic names is a silent approval of white superiority

That’s not my name: How the whitewashing of ethnic names is a silent approval of white superiority

Zainib Al-Jayashi, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 21, 2022

The final bell has rung and summer break has just begun. The only thing I can comprehend is the brightness of the sun and the ropes of my stress unraveling as I learn to breathe again in the warm air....

Let it Blow

Let it Blow

Georgia Wood, Design Editor May 19, 2022

It’s allergy season again. That means runny noses and sniffles are in the air. Allergies are common and blowing your nose becomes a necessity when your nose is runny. Yet a fear that so many people share...

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OPINION: Archery should be added as an NSAA activity

Amiah Robinson, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

Archery is an amazing sport that helps students develop confidence, good hand-eye coordination and self-discipline.  Although there is no school-sponsored Archery Team at LSE, the school has had an...

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Opinion: Standardized testing is overrated

Nicole Tinius, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2022

As the temptations of summer creep closer to the end of the school year, one final obstacle stands in the way of letting loose until fall: standardized testing, specifically those included in the Advanced...

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2022 Prom Fashion Trends

Ksenia Gevorkova, Online Editor April 20, 2022

Over the past few months, clothing stores have been flooded with people looking for their perfect prom outfit. Students often make it a ritual to go out searching for a luxurious dress or suit that they...

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Opinion: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson maintained composure in face of frustrating questions from Republican senators during Confirmation Hearing

Araya L Schroder, Staff Writer April 12, 2022

On March 7, 2022, the Supreme Court appointed its newest judge - Ketanji Brown Jackson - who makes history as the first Black woman to be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to the confirmation,...

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