The North Star

  • March 18Congratulations to LCN Combined Choirs and LCN Select Ensemble, who earned Division 1 ratings at festival and qualified for States!

  • November 14The LCN Band placed 100th with 88.325 points. This was the best showing and highest score in LCN history !! Congrats to the Marching Crusaders

  • October 19Congratulations to the girls golf on becoming co-champs on the MAC blue dual.

School Rules

Victoria Myers, News Editor

May 23, 2019

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Throughout the last four years at LCN there have been several changes made,  ranging from teachers, administration, dress codes, and  backpacks. These changes could be likened to a roller coaster, but the ride is not over yet....

Honors Project

Victoria Myers, News Editor

May 23, 2019

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The Senior Honors Project, a privilege offered only to seniors with GPAs at or above 3.0. The project gives these select students a chance to get firsthand experience with their future career. It is understood that there is...

It’s a Cultural Thing!

Keonna McQuerry, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

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All schools have dress codes, and all dress codes are different depending on where you go, but one rule we all know and are all familiar with is the: “No hats or headgear” rule. Obviously, if you wear something like a Hijab or any ...

Senior Skip Day

Brenna Filbey, Copy Editor

April 30, 2019

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Senior skip day: the unofficial senior decided day off. Numerous seniors feel that senior skip day should be official: with all their hard work, they’ve earned it. If the day is official, the seniors would earn an excused absence. “At...

Show the Girls Some Love

Keonna McQuerry, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

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Late February, Viviana Palmer ‘21, posted on her Snapchat her concerns with gender inequality with LCN basketball teams, “How can you let an entire girls program go unnoticed for their victories but then praise the male counterpart...

Hoda Muthana: The Mistake Of A Lifetime

Victorianna Beels, Business Manager

March 29, 2019

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At the young age of 19, a woman from Hoover, Alabama flew to Syria with the intentions to join ISIS, the “Islamic State”. Hoda Muthana is this woman. Now, five years, three husbands, and a child later, she begs to come back...

Coats in the Hallway: Good or Bad?

Victorianna Beels and Shane Sellers

March 29, 2019

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From the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, policies had begun to be enforced more than in previous years. One of these newly enforced policies is wearing coats throughout the halls at L’Anse Creuse High School- North (LCN)....

Student Section Bias

Student Section Bias

March 19, 2019

The Golden Corridor of Sterling Heights

Carter Genslak, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

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Sterling Heights has spent over $300,000 on a giant gold ring named the Golden Corridor. On January 17, 2019, the construction of it was complete and it was placed on a median along M-59, near Lakeside mall. There has been much...

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