• Cyber Security

    Cyber Security0

    Cyber Security   The internet has become an increasingly large part of our lives. With cyber attacks on the rise, it is important, now more than ever, to understand the importance of internet safety. This means never going to websites that you are not familiar with. This also means never giving out personal information on

  • Day Without A Woman0

    International Women’s Day is March 8th, and people all across the country are attending rallies and wearing red to show their support. International Women’s Day is the first major act by the organizers of The Women’s March since President Donald Trump’s inauguration. The rallies echoed the “Day Without An Immigrant” rallies that were held to

  • New Photography Technology

    New Photography Technology0

    Photography continues to hold a grand appeal, giving the ability to capture countless moments in their lives. Over the course of the past few years, advancements in Light Field Technology have been changing the world of photography as we know it. A camera company, Lytro, introduced this phenomenon in 2012 with the world’s first initial

  • Frolicking Among The Flocks

    Frolicking Among The Flocks0

    Between the months of the late February and early April, over 600,000 Sandhill Cranes annually pause at the Platte River Valley in Nebraska before continuing north for the summer. Eighty percent of the world’s Sandhill crane population congregates along the Platte River to fill up on leftover corn in farm fields before leaving for their

  • Lincoln East Girls Basketball Summary

    Lincoln East Girls Basketball Summary0

    It’s now been a week since the Spartans fell short to A-Street rival, Lincoln Pius X, in the first round of the NSAA Girls State Basketball Tournament.   The Spartans had trouble getting the ball inside, which we saw early in the first half as the Spartans committed six turnovers.  At the end of the first

  • Rural VS. City Kid Drivers

    Rural VS. City Kid Drivers0

    School permits exists for those outside of the city but for those inside the city, not as much so. Yet, with state senator Sue Crawford’s new bill this might be changing.