• A Guide to Surviving Finals

    A Guide to Surviving Finals0

    Every high schooler can relate to the very dreaded and stressful week during finals. Not only are teachers cramming in lessons and more homework assignments, but we also have to study for the biggest tests in the semester. Finals week drags on forever, while the week prior goes by in what seems like five minutes.

  • Journey to the Pinnacle

    Journey to the Pinnacle0

    “Be more” is the 2016-2017 Girls Basketball team’s motto. “Be more than a team. Be more than a teammate. Be a family,” states Sophomore Jolie Rinaker when asked what it means. The mighty Rockets Varsity team is made up of two seniors, Nigeria Jones and Jordyn Casados, one junior, eight sophomores, and one freshman. The

  • The Impacts of Make-A-Wish

    The Impacts of Make-A-Wish0

    Make-A-Wish is a nonprofit organization based and established in the United States. Its goal is to be able to grant the wishes of kids with life-threatening medical conditions and to change their lives for the better. The wishes range over a wide spectrum and could go from sending the kid to an amusement park like

  • Am I your type?

    Am I your type?0

    Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the United States, adding up to 13.6 million units each year. Donors are needed each and every day, and LNE Student Council works vigorously to contribute to this number. Student Council has been putting on multiple blood drives each school year to raise

  • LNE Wrestlers are Relentless

    LNE Wrestlers are Relentless0

    The LNE Wrestling team was established in 1941. Just by walking into the room, one can tell the team is based on a history of success. The room is filled with state medalist posters, state champion’s names, individual wrestler goals, and plaques of successful wrestlers. This year, the team is working to be relentless and

  • LNE Learns About Immigration

    LNE Learns About Immigration0

    An LNE field trip to UNL occurred on September 27th. The field trip was to the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues lecture about Immigration. Ms. Schlake, LNE Spanish teacher, was the teacher who supervised the trip. The lecture began at 7:30pm but before Pete Ricketts, Nebraskan Governor, presented Sonia Nazario to the stage. Sonia