The Roundtable: April/May Edition!

By: Lindsey Moore Welcome to the last edition of the newspaper! Before you know it, you'll be done with all of your AP exams and finals, and the year will be over. Make sure you take care of yourself in these last few weeks of school; don't let end of semester stress get to you!... Continue Reading →

Movies in Theaters: April/May Edition

By: Hannah Gorski A Quiet Place (PG-13) In this new horror thriller, A Quiet Place, the Abbott family lives in a dystopian world where any sound is hunted and killed. This family struggles to survive in this terrifying world and must attempt to find a way to defeat their killers. This family of four struggles to... Continue Reading →

A Dominant Season

By: Melvin Harris This year's Girl's soccer team is having one of their best seasons in a while. Their success can be partially attributed to one of their leaders, Ayden Yates. Yates is a sophomore who plays forward. She leads the team in goals scored and points. She is also second in assists per game.... Continue Reading →

Adventures, Adventures, Adventures!

Hello all! Recently I've been pretty bored so I thought I would bring some fun adventure ideas to you! I cant go to all the places I wish just yet, but I'll get my license soon enough. I will start with small activities to spice up your day then reach the movie worthy experiences! go... Continue Reading →

A Chat on Gun Violence

By: Genevieve Husak and Clayton Covington In the wake of yet another mass shooting, we as Americans find ourselves divided once more over the issue of guns.  Rather than ignore yet another tragedy of negligence, students have taken to the streets and the headlines to try and bring needed change.  But when rights collide, there... Continue Reading →

What You Need to Know for the NC Primary Election

By: Aaron Daum Please email me if you have any questions or comments about this article! adaum1@student.lncharter.org (Above: Sheriff candidates Ensley and McFadden debate) Basic Details: -Who: Democratic and Republican candidates (and a lone, brave Libertarian,) and most importantly, you, the voter! -What: Voters will pick candidates who they feel either represents them the most... Continue Reading →

Former LNC Teachers: Where are they now?

By: Preethi Velagapudi and Genevieve Husak For this article, we thought we’d look back at former LNC teachers who left us for a variety of reasons. We reached out to four former teachers: Tim Swiatek (left 2015), Tim Venable (left 2017), Danielle Derwich (left 2017), and Marc Pecorella (left 2015) to check up on them... Continue Reading →

Ways to Save the Earth!

By: Lindsey Moore Though we have one designated day to celebrate our beautiful planet (April 22, in case you missed it), we should use every day to celebrate and protect the earth we call home. Here are a few ways you can help save the planet: Recycle! There are plenty of recycling bins around in... Continue Reading →

The Roundtable: March Edition!

By: Lindsey Moore We've made it to spring and the 4th quarter! Between all of the test, quizzes, and projects, 2018 has already begun to speed by. Now is a great time to reflect on the past couple of months. Are you positively impacting your world? Are you using your time wisely? Declutter the unproductive... Continue Reading →

Movies in Theaters – March Edition

By: Hannah Gorski Avengers: Infinity War (PG-13) In this action-packed new film coming out in April, all the Avengers get together to fight Thanos to keep him from getting his hands on the six Infinity Stones. The stones have the potential to produce mass destruction and only the help from the Marvel heroes can save... Continue Reading →

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