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Quarantine Chic: Time in isolation creates opportunities to explore new interests, styles

Henry Graham, Staff Writer January 18, 2021

Quarantine. What started as an extended spring break turned into a crazy nine month period of boredom, sleeping, worrying, and most importantly, isolation. For some, it was an important time for introspection,...

KnightVision and the video production class on field trip to Memorial Stadium. At the stadium they were given a tour of HuskerVision. Photo provided by Julie Nelson.

Southeast sports broadcasting club, KnightVision, is allowed to broadcast sports for the first time this year

Mason Apking, Online Editor January 15, 2021

Southeast sports have been broadcasted by the nationally recognized broadcasting club, KnightVision, since the club’s first livestream in September of 2015. The club was started by former LSE Assistant...

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Joe Biden’s presidential impact on education

Samuel Abourezk, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

Joe Biden’s presidential impact on education will affect the Lincoln Public Schools' (LPS) district immensely. Biden’s plans increase the budget and introduce new legislation, which will fundamentally...

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Behind the Mask: Healthcare during the pandemic

Meg Rajala, Photo Editor January 14, 2021

During a global pandemic, there is constant need for action and change within day-to-day living for all, but especially so for those who work within healthcare. Many students, such as Anna Walters, have...

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Häxorna: From senior capstone project to amateur independent film

Jerrica Zuhlke, Copy Editor January 13, 2021

2020 has undoubtedly a year of unexpected changes. From school closings to economic collapse, the effects of COVID-19 have been felt far and wide. With these major changes in society, many people have...

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Choosing the right path: How choosing a major is a big challenge for students

Fatima Al-Jayashi, Design Editor January 11, 2021

Every student has been asked the question of “What do you want to study in college?” While some students have already decided what they want to study for their future career, others are still trying...

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Teens’ love for the classic cup of joe

Nicole Tinius, Editor-in-Chief January 7, 2021

The history of where coffee first came from is a little bit of a mystery. No one really knows how or when coffee was initially discovered, but regardless of where it came from, it has become a multi-million...

OPINION: Asynchronous learning--The good in a bad pandemic

OPINION: Asynchronous learning–The good in a bad pandemic

Sam Woods, Staff Writer January 6, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic started, Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) was in a pretty good position. In an effort to increase the technological tools at teachers’ disposal, LPS had already gotten all of its...

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Motivation in a pandemic: How students are doing with a lack of it

Zainib Al-Jayashi, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 5, 2021

After months of confinement to keep people safe, getting back to a routine has been more challenging now than ever before. As people isolated themselves and stepped away from normality for a period of...

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Remote learning to continue into second semester

Callie Cook, Staff Writer January 4, 2021

Over the last couple weeks, Nebraskans watched as the COVID-19 numbers increased rapidly. Some are saying it’s due to the fact that schools are still open.  Many parents have been switching their...

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2020: A year to remember

Emily Stoner, Photo Editor December 31, 2020

A Year to remember With the new year just around the corner, it can be easy to want to jump in and forget everything that happened in 2020. This year was not only challenging, but also brought so much...

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Many iconic figures passed away in 2020: Who did they influenced?

Jacob Miller, Copy Editor December 30, 2020

Throughout 2020, we have seen the horrors of the COVID-19 pandemic, police brutality, a divided election, and many other serious events that have captured the world’s attention. Sparking worldwide terror...

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