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Creativity in Crisis: How Southeast students and staff are taking advantage of the extra time quarantine has granted them

Lilly Young and Keelie Kraft June 3, 2020

It’s long been said by many that the American education system has ruined the creativity of the nation’s brightest, most expressive students, in an attempt to implement a more effective, more inclusive...

Opinion: Social distancing might be closing the distance between us

Opinion: Social distancing might be closing the distance between us

Jen Quach, Editor in Chief May 28, 2020

No school. No tests. Unlimited free time. It’s what we’ve always wanted, right? Then how did we go from wishing for more snow days to wanting to be back in school? Two words: social isolation. It’s...

COVID-19's impact on LSE students and staff

COVID-19’s impact on LSE students and staff

Tessa Donahoe, Staff Writer May 28, 2020

For Lincoln Southeast students and beyond, the coronavirus has been a life-altering illness; one that’s wreaked havoc on countless lives around the world. It has affected many people, and has changed...

Illustration by Cheyenne Hernandez

33,000 Hours: From freshmen to senior year in high school for the Class of 2020

Cheyenne Hernandez, Staff Writer & Graphic Designer May 27, 2020

When freshmen first entered the doors of Lincoln Southeast High School on August 15, 2016, the fresh-out-of-middle-school students had no idea what would come within the next four years. Fashion, trends,...

The top video games to play during quarantine

The top video games to play during quarantine

Caitlynn Cook, Copy Editor May 27, 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), many Americans are stuck at home in quarantine. Most schools have closed, and students are finishing the school year in remote learning. When boredom strikes,...

Ksenia Geovorkova's (10) unicorn birthday cake, picture by Ksenia Geovorkova

Bake with LSE during quarantine

Nicole Tinius, Online Editor May 26, 2020

Phrases like “the quarantine 15” have been circulating through the media, poking fun at the expected amount of weight people might gain during this time of high stress levels and extreme boredom. With...

Opinion: Let's talk about something that matters

Opinion: Let’s talk about something that matters

Keelie Kraft, Staff Writer May 26, 2020

Walking down the bustling halls of Lincoln Southeast, usually, all you can hear is something along the lines of, “Oh my God, did you guys hear about Jackson and Ashley? They’re back together again.”  Sometimes,...

Teens on Tinder

Teens on Tinder

Tessa Donahoe, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

You are going to meet up with someone you have never met before. You're trying to look the best for a good first impression. Since it’s your first time meeting this person, you can’t help but be a...

Illustration by Cheyenne Hernandez

Opinion: The Unloved Child of Art — Stylized art and the prejudice against it

Cheyenne Hernandez, Staff Writer & Graphic Designer May 15, 2020

As a young girl, I had always enjoyed drawing things based on the cartoons we all have watched as children. Though my style started out somewhat basic and didn’t resemble something that already existed,...

Abandoned Scene: How local art venues and students are dealing with the recent pandemic

Abandoned Scene: How local art venues and students are dealing with the recent pandemic

Brayden Adcock, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

Walking up the narrow stairs into The Mez — a local all-ages music venue and art space — feels unnatural. At least it is, considering the contrast between the murky streets that surround it at night...

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What’s in a name?

Nicole Tinius, Online Editor May 13, 2020

In season four of the acclaimed TV show, “Friends,” while Phoebe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow), is acting as a surrogate by carrying her brother’s triplets, she learns just how challenging and difficult choosing...

Opinion: Teenage Dreams — As teen movies takeover streaming sites, it can be hard to stay realistic in the sea of idealistic high school portrayals

Opinion: Teenage Dreams — As teen movies takeover streaming sites, it can be hard to stay realistic in the sea of idealistic high school portrayals

Emma Botelho , Staff Writer May 12, 2020

As you’re scrolling through Netflix, looking for something to watch, you’re bound to see at least one teen movie in the “Trending Now” category, or tucked somewhere else on your homepage. Even...

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