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Daniel Massiani Bailey: From South America To Southeast

Daniel Massiani Bailey: From South America To Southeast

Henry Graham, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

Waking up one morning and being told you need to move more than 2,700 miles and learn a new language would be a terrifying experience, right? This sort of thing happens all over the world, when individuals...

Cover created by: Fatima Al-Jayashi, Zainib Al-Jayashi, and Erin Geschwender

Borderline: Welcome to the Edge of the Unknown

March 22, 2021

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Hello. After experiencing some of the most heart-wrenching and thought-provoking moments of 2020, we all expected to start 2021 off with a blast. The COVID-19 vaccine has gradually...

Adulthood: Are students prepared for independece?

Adulthood: Are students prepared for independece?

Jerrica Zuhlke, Copy Editor March 22, 2021

 Most people don’t remember their first day of kindergarten. Eventually, they will hardly even remember their last day of high school. However, there is one memory that is forever etched into their...

Graphic by: Tyler Vander Woude

Are seniors ready to face the realities of college

Tyler Vander Woude, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

The school bell rings, a fresh gust of spring wind hits your face, the smell of rain tickles your nose... senior year is over. The sky feels like it’s on the border of a storm, and you can’t tell...

The price of perfection

The price of perfection

Erin Geschwender, Design Editor March 22, 2021

Attentive note taking, constant studying and skewed school-life balance, the fight to keep up with often unrealistic standards is a daily one for those who consider themselves perfectionists. While...

Graphics by: Fatima and Zainib Al-Jayashi

The new normal

Jen Quach, Editor in Chief March 22, 2021

When the news that COVID-19 had reached America first broke out, a wave of anxiety and dread swept the nation. Schools were quick to shut down, and strict pandemic procedures were put in place. People...

Kids of the Quarantine

Kids of the Quarantine

Brayden Adcock, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

Imagine a normal day at school before the pandemic. No masks, no hand sanitizer and no group restrictions. You go to class and get to see your teachers' and peers' expressions below eye level, eat among...

Graphic by Erin Geschwender

LSE students experience one year of remote learning

Jacob Miller, Copy Editor March 22, 2021

At Lincoln Southeast High School (LSE), the last memory of normalcy for senior Matthew Lynch was the Wednesday before Spring Break of 2020. It was an ordinary Club Day for students, and Lynch had just...

Graphic by: Erin Geschwender

The Pandemics Price Tag

Callie Cook, Staffer March 22, 2021

Many fun events were shut down in 2020 due to the global outbreak of COVID-19. Now, in the Spring of 2021, many jobs have been lost or affected due to the pandemic outbreak our country, and the world,...

The Mandela Effect

Nicole Tinius, Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2021

In Snow White’s fairy tale, based on the Brother Grimm story, the plot revolves around a fair maiden whose looks are in competition with her evil stepmother’s. Out of all the dialog in the movie,...

Graphic by Fatima Al-Jayashi

Hot Takes

Emily Stoner, Photo Editor & Social Media Team March 22, 2021

A hot take is an unpopular opinion. These contrary perspectives are over a variety of topics such as movies, food combinations, and other consensus views. Many people have their own unique hot take,...

Anna Dvorak in front of some of her notes from designing the set for Rabbit.

Anna Dvorak: The junior with an interest in set design

Mason Apking, Online Editor March 22, 2021

Anna Dvorak (11) has been part of the Lincoln Southeast High School (LSE) Drama Department since her freshman year. This year she has taken on a big role as the Assistant Set Designer for the upcoming...

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