College Signing Day

By: Toni Lahoud ’16 Congrats to the following students that will be honored at the college athletic scholarship signing day ceremony at 12:50 on Wednesday February 3rd! Jacob Mitrak – Football – Northern More »

Water For Flint

By: Miya Leykauf ’16 – Reviews Editor The Key Club is collecting water to send to Flint, Michigan.   Each case of water (16 oz bottles, at least 24 bottles to a More »

Are you ready for the Oscars?

By: Matt Moskal ’16 – Reporter Are you ready for this years winter dance?? LCN will be hosting an Oscar themed dance on February 27th 2016. The dance is $15.00 and will More »


Spirit Week

  By: Chloe Acker ’17    The week leading up to homecoming is spirit week and that means crazy outfits and lots of fun. Spirit week is a time for students to

Procrastination: Every student’s worst nightmare

By Shayna Schroeder’17 Opinions editor At the end of junior year last year, I decided that I would no longer procrastinate. But, seeing as I’ve procrastinated writing this article… It says a lot about

Just for fun: Cat riots

by: Joey Bologna a.k.a Mr.Fluffy ’18 reporter                Cat riots have been shut down by local people once more and media has been ignoring these protests.

An Open Letter to a 6 Hour Day

by: Eric Ostling ’17 Columnist Recently, L’Anse Creuse cut a huge portion of its budget, laying off teachers, getting rid of classes, and cutting bus transportation. It’s important to know that this

Vandalism or childish tantrum?

By Shayna Schroeder ’17 As I’m sure most students have heard, LCN was vandalized with black spray paint and vulgar language. This type of behavior is childish and whatever “activism” this student(s)

Six hour day, say what?

By: Shyanne Symons ’17 – Sports Editor As many have found out, LCPS has announced that it is switching the high school schedules to a six hour day rather than the normal

Summer, say what?

By: Shelby Stanton ’17 Seniors are gone, and finals week is approaching fast and furiously. I’m not sure whether this comes as a good time of the year or bad. Summer is

May 2016 – Senior Issue

This issue features vals & sals, community service leaders, student and athlete standouts, and more.

DPS: Whats Going On?

Only 3 out of 100 Detroit Public Schools are open as of today. Since Monday, 1,500 of Detroit Public School’s teachers have ‘called in sick’, quotations added because they called in sick

April 2016 issue

The seventh hour Journalism class created this issue of The North Star.

March 2016 issue

Met Gala 2016

By: Chloe Acker ’17 The pronounced Met Gala was this past Monday, May 2nd. The Gala is an annual benefit to raise money for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in

NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse ACC Championship

By Antonio Mendez With the regular season coming to a close, the NCAA division 1 lacrosse teams are gearing up for the postseason. But first, comes their perspective division championships. One of

White House Correspondent’s Dinner

By Floyd Wickman, Barack Obama’s eight year two term presidency is coming to an end. On April 30th, Obama took the podium for the last correspondent’s dinner and had quite an entertaining

Girls Varsity Soccer Opens MAC Blue Play

By Jimmy Tocco ’16 The Girls Varsity Soccer team opened their MAC Blue season Monday with a 1-1 tie against Grosse Pointe North. The Lady Crusaders trailed 1-0 for most of the

Prom Ticket Information

By Miya Leykauf ’16 Prom tickets are now on sale until May 17th! You can pick up your ticket on the stage in the lunch room, or in Mrs. Verheye/Ms. Duffield’s room.

Earth Day

Denver Paver ’16 March 22nd, also known as Earth Day, is a day to celebrate the natural beauty that our Earth gives us. It is also a day to acknowledge all those

NHL Playoffs update

Luke Zito ’16 The regular season is over and it is time for some playoff puck. What time will take it all and what time will fall short of the Stanly cup? In

Senior Class Updates:

By: Riley Janssen’16 Hey all you Seniors! You only have 24 days left of highschool: You better make them count. Here are your upcoming important dates and times to allow you to

Senior Graduation Video

Kevin Rhoney ’16 – Reporter This year at LCN, they are once again making the senior graduation video. This year Monica Ciappara is the lead student and she’ll be creating it on