Branding LNE

Branding LNE

Kaylie Hill

May 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces, Featured, News

A world of exciting new changes and traditions are in store for Lincoln Northeast in the near future. A committee consisting of teachers, administrators and students has met a few times to discuss the rebranding of LNE. The aim of this project is to create a positive image that Northeast is known for and...

Person of the Week: Annie Nguyen

Person of the Week: Annie Nguyen

Katie Le, Contributor

May 18, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces, Featured

Favorite Color: Maroon Favorite Animal: Elephant Favorite Movie: Hidden Figures Favorite Store: Nike Favorite Drink: Natural Spring Water Favorite Dessert: Popsicles Favorite Candy: Trolli Sour Gummy Worms Favorite Flavor: Grape Favorite Food: French Fries Favorite Fast Food: Taco ...

Astronomy students bring the solar system to their own classroom

Astronomy students bring the solar system to their own classroom

May 7, 2018


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High school classes tend to be a common place for group projects. But typically, those projects include three or four people, not the whole classroom. Hence why this astronomy project was so unique. The 12 students in the class were given the task to scale down the solar system to learn more about it...

Ending the School Year on a Good Note

Ending the School Year on a Good Note

Wendy Forlemu

May 1, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces, Featured

It’s been a long school year, and if you’re like most students, you probably can’t wait for it to be over. Fortunately, the end of the school year is really close. But as much as you are excited for the summer, your grades are less exciting. Although we are just a few weeks away from the end of...

Why students have a preference when it comes to working alone vs working in groups

Why students have a preference when it comes to working alone vs working in groups

Fatima Al-Sammak, Editor-in-Chief

March 9, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces

Imagine a scenario where a classroom of nearly 30 students are listening to a teacher lecture. The teacher moves on to talk about the assignment that will implement what the students had learned. The students find out that it will be a group project where they need to create a poster. Half the students...

Hostage Situation Paints a Poor Picture

Hostage Situation Paints a Poor Picture

Kaylie Hill

March 1, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces, Featured

Many citizens of Lincoln read the Lincoln Journal Star newspaper a few weeks ago, and those same individuals might now believe that Lincoln Northeast High School is a danger zone filled with terror and crime. This impression was given upon seeing a feature article written by Margaret Reist, titled, “R...

What Teachers Would be if They Were Not Teachers

What Teachers Would be if They Were Not Teachers

Fatima Al-Sammak

December 12, 2017


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces

It may not be something that gets brought up often in the classroom, nor is it something that students ask their teachers about often, but a lot of teachers, almost all of them, had not always considered going into the field of teaching. Most teachers had an experience in their lives that led them to...

From Practicum to the Real Deal

From Practicum to the Real Deal

Nicoletta Cole, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


Filed under 2017-2018, Faces, Featured

Katie McMullen is a new teacher at Northeast High School, but she is a familiar face for a number of upperclassmen. Last year she was a practicum student, and she helped teach diff Chemistry with Mr. Schlautman. This year she is teaching science classes of her own. “She’s a fun teacher,” says Ramzy Ha...

Brooks v. Geiken: Close Friends or Mortal Enemies

Brooks v. Geiken: Close Friends or Mortal Enemies

October 11, 2017


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If you’ve ever had the pleasure of being taught by Mr. Brooks or Mr. Geiken you may know of their intense rivalry. They are famous for their playground insults and witty one-liners towards each other. One might wonder what could cause these two, fully grown adults to act like manchildren. One might...

What a week without sleep does to your body

What a week without sleep does to your body

July 31, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Faces

We live in a world where everyone is busy. The to-do list seems to only grow longer while the days go by quicker. With so many things to do in a limited amount of time, people often prioritize their plans at the expense of sleep. Skipping out on sleep seems relatively harmless. Some people believe “sleep i...

Article Correction: The Fight with Failure

Article Correction: The Fight with Failure

May 16, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Faces, Featured

There was a typo in the first sentence. It has been revised and changed. All students in high school work for the final reward of a diploma. In Lincoln, Nebraska, the only requirements to obtain a GED are to accumulate 245 credit hours (certain areas of study require certain amount of credit hours)...

One of my most embarrassing moments was…

One of my most embarrassing moments was…

May 3, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Faces

“When I had to wear a chicken suit the whole day.”—Eli M., 15, Freshman “Getting taken out of of the lunchroom in handcuffs at North Star.”—Anonymous, 17 “When I slipped on water and was slipping down a whole hallway.”—Anonymous, 17, Junior “Whenever I turned a corner d...

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