Articles Archive for January 2011
Icy roads disrupted students’ arrival to school Monday, leading the Oracle staff to delay interviews for newspaper applicants. If there are snow days this week, NeSA testing will be delayed, pushing Oracle interviews to next week. Applicants can check in front of 103 midweek to see the altered schedule of interviews. Applicants will receive a pass for their interviews on the day they are scheduled. Please contact Mrs. Holt (email@example.com) if your scheduled Oracle interview time will not work for you.
Story and Photo by Anna Schoettger
East High’s very own weather psychic, Chuck Morgan, predicts the next two day of school to be canceled! Many students take Morgan’s predictions very seriously almost as if he were thee Dr. Steve Joel himself.
However, last snow storm, Morgan predicted we would have school when we were given two snow days in a row. This has many kids doubting his psychic powers. “Morgan was wrong last time, but hopefully he’s right this time,” said sophomore Jared Eley, who walked into school 2 hours late because …
Story & Photo by: Alexis Carpenter
Lincoln East art student Sam Eskridge poses in the hallway during drawing class while sporting his flannel. Tomorrow at the Varsity Boys Basketball game, the theme is to dress in flannel. Our student here is gaming up early before the big game tomorrow against Southeast Knights, wearing his flannel proudly to show his school spirit. The game is at 7:30 tomorrow evening and all planning to attend should dress in their finest flannel to support our two-time winning East Boys Varsity Basketball team.
Story by Ansur Mazhar
Technology plays an important role in simplifying our lives and making them easier. And the way it does that is by the invention of machines that do complex assignments in a jiffy.
There’s an ever-changing array of tech gadgets around us these days, and some of the biggest news these days comes out of the technology world.
2010 was a year of gadgets. A lot of gadgets made their debuts, including the Apple iPad, and the Samsung Galaxy Tablet PC. But as time advances, so does technology. Apple has …
Photo and Story by Ansur Mazhar
Automobiles are a great blessing, and have certainly made our lives more comfortable. Lives–even those of cars–sometimes can be made a lot better with a bit of remodeling. Here, senior Blake Smith aims to make his life easier by rebuilding this Ford F100 ’51. Who said history can’t be rebuilt?
Story and Photo by Jackie O’Doherty
Students explore the art of learning how to draw real images of other students in Lynn Hershey’s art class in the commons. Students were in pairs and took turns drawing each other. This beginning art class is a fun way to explore the different forms of how you can express yourself.
The Lincoln East Show Choir showcase is tomorrow, Thursday, January 20th. With competition admittance as costly as it is, the showcase is a perfect way for those who are wary of their spending to be able to see the two choirs perform their full show. It is a lovely way to help the music program as well as be entertained. It starts at seven o’clock and is only 2 dollars for students.