Category Archives: Entertainment

Spring Break 2017

By: Rachel Kircus ’17 April 1st is the first day of Spring Break for the 2016/17 school year.  When I asked students where they were going, a majority responded with somewhere tropical

The Stroop Effect

By: Kayla Chattinger: Copy Editor Today in AP Psychology class at LCN, students learned how one’s senses function. During this discussion they learned that vision overrides all other senses; moreover, it  is

Things to be Thankful for

Alexis Zak ’17 Reporter With Thanksgiving right around the corner there are many things to be thankful for like: For the people that are in your life Sunsets Family Music Laughing until

Camp Cavell

By Online Editor Matt Alanskas ’17   A very exciting event is coming up this weekend from October 21st to October 23rd for select students from L’Anse Creuse High School-North. Seventy select

Fall Festivities

By: Morgan Sputa ‘19 Photographer We can all agree that fall is the best season of the year and with the fall comes all of the fun festivities. Many people enjoy going

Review: Kanye West Concert (listeners point of view)

By Reviews Editor Rachel Kircus ’17 On September 28th, 2016, Kanye West completely sold out the Joe Louis Arena with one of his Saint Pablo shows. The Life of Pablo is Kanye West’s

Moore No More

  Shemar Moore has decided to leave Criminal Minds. I can hear the hearts breaking already. Shemar Moore plays (or should I say played), the fan favorite Derek Morgan, a FBI profiler

The Characters Parks And Recreation

Marisa Smith ’16 Reporter Ron Swanson: Ron leads city hall. He loves meat, woodworking, hunting, and breakfast foods. He hates and fears his two ex-wives, both named Tammy. Ron has a great sense

3 Things to Do in Michigan Over Spring Break

Just because you’re staying home this year doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Plan a roadtrip with friends and go see everything that Michigan has to offer. 1. The Detroit Zoo 2.

“10 Cloverfield Lane” Review

By Miya Leykauf ’16   Eight years after the release of the movie “Cloverfield,” J.J. Abrams pleased fans with a new perspective on the situation in a movie named “10 Cloverfield Lane.”   After

Black History Month: A time for Celebration

  Today marked the beginning of March and the ending to this year’s Black History Month.  To celebrate the beauty and uniqueness in black history, LCN’s very own Diversity Club invited students

Competing for One Role

By: Marisa Smith ’16 – Reporter   It’s a hard-knock life for us! The musical, “Annie”, written by Martin Charnin and Thomas Meehan, is about a young orphan girl who lives in

LCN/LC Dance

LCN is hosting a combined dance with LC on February 27th. The theme is Red Carpet (formal).

5 Tips For Midterms

Have you been actually focusing in class lately? Do your friends bring up grades more than usual? Can you sense an uneasy-ness when you enter a classroom? Don't worry, you're not going

Plans for Christmas break!

LCN students plan for Christmas break! It’s the break that all LCN students have been waiting for: Christmas break. It’s only a week away! Many students have fun things planned for the

20 Things To Be Grateful For

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Tomorrow you are bound to be asked what you are thankful for, so here are a few things to keep in mind.

Team Pie or Team Cake?

Despite both being popular desserts, it's no question that everyone has their ultimate favorite. This sparks a little bit of heated, debatable controversy that needs your opinion: Pie or cake?

5 Local Deals Honoring the Veterans

By: Evan Rinaldi ’16, Sam Buffa ’16 & Jake Mitchell ’16 November 11 is a national holiday that honors veterans, those currently in the service and retired, of the United States Military.

Plaid Wednesday Comes to LCN

By: Evan Rinaldi (Online Editor) & Lauren Bergeski (Copy Editor) ’16 Have you ever noticed students wearing plaid on Wednesday? Have you ever wondered why? Both of these questions point to Denver

Marching Band State Finals 2015: Update

By: Evan Rinaldi ’16