Northeast Students Suggest New Inventions

Northeast Students Suggest New Inventions

February 18, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

I asked some of our Northeast staff and students what they wish someone would invent. Many students opted to invent new cars A lot of staff members said that they wanted a self driving car. So they could take a nap on the way to work. Senior Hidayat Baapir wishes there was a car that could drive without...

Should Schools Have Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Should Schools Have Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

February 16, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

Carbon monoxide (CO) is well known as “the silent killer” and is responsible for the deaths of over 430 people per year in the USA according to the QuickStats website. Over 100 students and seven staff members were sent to hospitals after a carbon monoxide leak which took place at Horace Mann Elementary in Sou...

Could The Downfall Of Humanity Be Led By Technology?

Could The Downfall Of Humanity Be Led By Technology?

February 10, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

No one would think that the downfall of humanity would be technology. This is not a man versus machine scenario. The technology itself won’t be what finishes us; all it will take is a solar flare or a shift in the magnetic poles, and we’ll have no way of communicating or lending help to those who n...

Valentine’s Day Has Many Origins

Valentine’s Day Has Many Origins

February 10, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

Valentine's Day. The day of love. The day every man goes out and spends money on his significant other. According to Daniel Wesley a writer for Visual Economics, the average man spends $168.74 on Valentine’s Day, and the average woman only spends $85.76. Come on girls step up your game. Accordi...

Google Translate: Friend or Foe?

Google Translate: Friend or Foe?

February 1, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

Google Translate is meant to be a legitimate online translation service; however for many, it is a world of fun for multilingual people, the reason being it manages to mess up the most simple sentences. That is the precise reason that the majority of world language teachers insist their students refrain ...

Donald Trump’s Opinion are Offensive to Many

Donald Trump’s Opinion are Offensive to Many

January 27, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

The infamous Republican candidate Donald Trump wants to make America great again, but with the topics he has stated many people disagree. He has addressed many impertinent quotes. Many people view him differently. Some think he would be an excellent president others opinions differ towards him. Current...

The Husker Cats continue to help with the feral cat population

The Husker Cats continue to help with the feral cat population

January 27, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

On the UNL campus there was a volunteer group of students formed in 2008 called  The Husker Cats. The Husker Cats help minimize the feral cat population. Every morning they go feed the cats around the campus with a special diet cat food that helps with their digestive system. They also give them fresh...

LNE Students Struggle To Get Enough Sleep

LNE Students Struggle To Get Enough Sleep

January 19, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

Sleep is vital to your well-being, as important as the air you breathe, the water you drink and the food you eat. It allows important body functions and brain activity to occur, and skipping or losing sleep can be very harmful to your body. Teens need an average of 8-10 hours of sleep every night, but a...

What are the true intentions of knowledge?

January 12, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Op-Ed

There are times when I truly question the intentions of knowledge. Is it enforced for the purpose of keeping us happy or discontent? It’s all up for debate. However, one can't help but wonder.   I am writing this simply because of a book I read in my English class. That book is Fahrenhei...

When Seasons Change, So Do Trends

When Seasons Change, So Do Trends

December 18, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Op-Ed

When the seasons change, new trends come along with them. Here at LNE, many people are participating in these different winter styles whether it’s clothing, hair, or even the way someone speaks. As sweater weather comes along, shorts and tank tops are the first to be packed away. A freshman her...

Online Shopping: Friend or Foe

Online Shopping: Friend or Foe

December 17, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Op-Ed

Tis the season to shop, and shoppers are searching for deals in-stores as well as on their mobile devices. Holiday shopping this year is steadily changing from years before, as online shopping is growing more and more popular. Years before now, people had very little access to high speed internet, bu...

The Secret Life of an American Teacher

The Secret Life of an American Teacher

December 17, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Featured, Headline, Op-Ed

Students love to use the excuse “I have a life outside of school and teachers do not understand that”. But what about the teachers? What do they do outside of their 8-3 day job? Six teachers were interviewed to figure out “The Secret Life of an American Teacher”. As expected, most teachers were busy with t...

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