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Cryptid Hunt

Jon Smith, Fine Art's Editor

November 5, 2018


Filed under OPINION

The Legend of Goatman's Bridge That’s right your beloved monster hunter is back and to start off here’s something i got. Oscar Washburn was known as a goat herder in the time he lived. Because of his booming business he was given the name, Goatman at first he didn’t like the name but he soon h...

Top Ten Nebraska Haunts

Jon Smith, Fine Art's Editor

November 5, 2018


Filed under OPINION

10. Central High School, Neb. At number ten comes central high school which is known for its ghost dean and janitor who's spirits stayed after their death, with what i could pick up i could not find a name for either of the two. Unexplained cold spots had been explained in the hallways of the school, while...

The Hot New Podcast Everyone’s Talking About!

The Hot New Podcast Everyone’s Talking About!

Kate Doolittle, Reporter

November 5, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Bored of your current playlist? Need something to listen to on a long road trip? Just looking for some free entertainment? Beet Soup has you covered. Join hosts Sean Etherington and Kate Doolittle as they bicker and banter about stuff on the internet. The first 5 episodes are up on iTunes and SoundCloud,...

Cryptid Hunt

Jon smith, Fine art's Editor

November 4, 2018


Filed under OPINION

The Walking Dead That's right your favorite monster hunter is back so to start off with something here is the Walking Dead. Zombies are basically the dead who have been reanimated, like how in movies they talk about a sort of magic spell being announced, or some type of chemical agent while zombie came...

Raine and Kyle Review: Ponzu

Raine and Kyle Review: Ponzu

Kyle Beck and Raine King

November 2, 2018


Filed under OPINION

  Description: For our first review of the year Kyle and I have decided to develop a different palate and to get cultured. We took a visit to Ponzu Sushi and Grill, an atmospheric and wonderful restaurant that specializes in making some Bomb Sushi. We started with a few appetizers, which includes let...

Breakfast Club Review

Breakfast Club Review

Lawrence Beardmore, Staff

October 26, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Plot of the Movie This movie is all about social classes. The students began to see that we are all the same. The whole movie is just about breaking social classes and showing that no matter who you are, you can make friends with anyone if you take the time to know them Review Well shot, great cha...

ASTROWORLD: A Roller Coaster of Sounds

ASTROWORLD: A Roller Coaster of Sounds

Damien Johnson, Staff

October 24, 2018


Filed under OPINION

For 2 long years, rapper Travis Scott’s 3rd official album has been waited on by many in the hiphop industry. Announcing the album shortly before he released his sophomore album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, the only real update on the album’s progress had been a vague “soon” given at man...

Raine & Kyle Review: Goldberg’s

Raine & Kyle Review: Goldberg’s

Raine King and Kyle Beck

May 18, 2018


Filed under OPINION

For our final review of the year, we wanted to do something special. So we thought to ourselves, if anyone should ever look for a classic American tavern with a family friendly atmosphere, they should look no further than Goldberg's In Dundee. Located in the Dundee area of Omaha, this homey restaurant...

What We’re Excited For

What We’re Excited For

Caylee Will and Emma Croghan

May 18, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Caylee: Co-editor is really exciting and the thought of not only getting to do that, but also getting to do it with someone I know that I will be able to keep level-headed with is so much better. Emma and I might not always agree on somethings and I know that we won’t always agree on things that happen...

The Impact of Teachers

The Impact of Teachers

Celest Herrera, Editor

May 18, 2018


Filed under OPINION

As I prepare to leave high school, I begin to realize that the teachers that have crossed my path here at LC really had an impact on who I am as a person. They have shaped me into the person I am today and for that I will be forever grateful. Ms. Sieck, right off the bat my junior year - we got along...

A Look Back

A Look Back

Aria Young, Editor

May 18, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Four years in the span of a lifetime is nothing, but looking back at the past four years, it seems like forever. It’s the time in our lives that we develop the most. It’s where we make friendships that will impact us forever. It’s full of memories, good and bad. The past four years have dragged...