Lincoln High School Statesman

Aere perennius (More lasting than bronze)

Aere perennius (More lasting than bronze)

Justin Schriever, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018


Filed under Features

While the city of Rome was founded 2,771 years ago on April 21, 753 BC by Romulus and Remus, everything from their structure of government, the way of life, and yes, even their language still resonates today. When people think of Latin they either get very intimidated right away, think it is unnecessary ...

Eyes on me: LHS foyer senior profiles

Eyes on me: LHS foyer senior profiles

Lauren Teller, Opinion Editor

September 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Ahhh, the cliches of senior year! If you’ve ever watched the cinematic masterpiece that is the High School Musical franchise, you would know that being a senior in high school is the pinnacle of adolescence. Each year at LHS, we honor the best of the senior class in each individual activity by h...

‘HeartCare’-ing for ill girls nationwide

‘HeartCare’-ing for ill girls nationwide

Sophia Boyt, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Features

Many young people dream about stirring up the status quo. To reach beyond the borders of their home and touch the hearts and minds of new people. For student Kennedi Veland, this dream became a reality. Veland is a freshman at LHS with a heart of gold. On the outside, she looks like a pretty norm...

The newest club is sailing in

The newest club is sailing in

Caroline Sudbeck, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under Features

For the first time in school history, LHS will be offering Sailing Club in addition to the plethora of clubs to choose from each year. This brand new aquatic club hopes to get more people involved with and excited about sailing, a sport that the prairie does not often recognize. Rob Baker is a so...

International Club, merging culture and community

International Club, merging culture and community

Genna Sheriff, Staff Writer

September 10, 2018


Filed under Features

Over the course of a school year, International Club brings each second language department together to participate in service projects, movie nights and picnics. While participating in each event, students have the opportunity to step out of their comfort zones and reach out to new people. “It hel...

The fault in our senior photos

The fault in our senior photos

Ethan Kolb

September 6, 2018


Filed under Features

As the season of senior photo Sunday, #SPS, comes around, it is time to dust off the thinking cap and find the best places for the most unique photo to show off. Everyone knows and, well, ‘loves’ South Dakota, but the state is given some credit for its beautiful landscapes and golden sunlight that shines...

Top in the class: a balancing act

Top in the class: a balancing act

Genna Sheriff, Staff Writer

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Among the many academically advanced students at LHS, there are a few who manage to fly under the radar while still outshining the rest. These students not only dominate academically, but pour themselves into everything they do. Top academic students at LHS are not only invested in school, bu...

Puppies: one husky load?

Puppies: one husky load?

Cameron Rhode, Business Manager

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Puppies: baby dogs, tiny and fluffy and viewed by many as the cutest creature in the world. While cute, puppies come with baggage. Puppies need constant attention which, when underprepared, makes owners like LHS English teacher Mr. Pastrano begin to get a bit of buyer’s remorse. “[Puppies] ...

Top students make their way to Boys and Girls State

Top students make their way to Boys and Girls State

Kate Fehrs, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Features

Missing the last week of school requires a lot of planning and catching up, and that is exactly what the students that participated in Boys and Girls State have to do. Coming back to school to take semester tests is not the ideal start of summer students want. There were quite a few students that tu...

A day without: LHS teacher edition

A day without: LHS teacher edition

Abbie Griffin, Entertainment Editor

May 30, 2018


Filed under Features

In the recent weeks, LHS students have elected several teachers to participate in ‘a day without.’ This means that the faculty had to choose to go a day without something of their choosing. After spending 24 hours time, LHS teachers reflect on their day.   Mrs. Mager- 24 hours without a phone “I...

How to survive sophomore year

How to survive sophomore year

Caelyn Taylor, Journalism Student

May 30, 2018


Filed under Features

For the freshman that barely got by their first year, which is evidently most of you; it gets easier. This does not mean you can get by with the bare minimum, but in most student’s belief, the workload is far less your sophomore year. “This year has been easier for me because you know what to exp...

May Issue of Statesman

May Issue of Statesman

May 29, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Entertainment, Features, News, Satire, Sports

The Statesman has created a May issue that will only be available online. Here is the link to view it: