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Museums are visited by thousands of people every year. This British Museum is one of many museums one can find.

Museums and Stolen Artifacts

Maddison Sell, Reporter October 7, 2022

Twenty-four percent of the U.S. population have visited a museum or an art gallery. The number of people seems to increase each year.  Many museums across the world today house artwork and artifacts...

Students of LHS share their heritage by drawing and hanging up their respective flags. The flags range from Mexico to Puerto Rico and down to El Salvador.

Hispanic Heritage Month At LHS

Carissa Dawson, Assistant Podcast Editor October 4, 2022

Logansport is full of diversity, this is celebrated in a bunch of different ways. This month celebrates many different cultures that all have one thing in common, they speak Spanish. Hispanic Heritage...

Another fast fashion giant is H&M, infamous for burning over 12 tonnes of clothing per year. Most clothing companies prefer burning clothing over donating it because of 2 reasons. First, it barely costs them a thing and second, it lets them save money.

Destroying the Planet One Piece of Clothing at a Time

Emily Sanchez, Managing Editor October 4, 2022

Imagine buying a top from a fast fashion company. Now, imagine where that top will be after a few months or years. Most clothing either gets thrown away or damaged, and it is drastically affecting our...

The bulletin board in G-wing displays facts about Hispanic culture with artwork representing Frida Kahlo.

Recognizing Hispanic Heritage

Chelsee Osburn, Reporter October 3, 2022

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Diversity Club represented the month throughout Logansport High School with little facts and colorful decorations around the school.  These decorations...

Due to last year’s effort, Magpie staff  won the Hoosier Star Award. The award is the highest award a high school newspaper can receive in Indiana. This is exciting for the Magpie staff because last year was only the first year for the online newspaper.

And the Award Goes to…

Benjamin Atkinson, Reporter September 29, 2022

While sitting at the table in the conference room at Indiana High School Press Association Leadership Workshop, the Magpie editors learned that they had won the Hoosier Star Award in recognition of their...

Any current teacher in the LCSC school corporation is eligible to be recognized by parents, staff, parents, and community members.

Nominate a Teacher for Recognition

Magpie Staff September 27, 2022

Logansport High School Key Club and our local Kiwanis Representatives are working to recognize current Logansport teachers for their positive contributions to education in Logansport. They are currently...

 Not many people rule a country for more than half of their life. Queen Elizabeth would be a great example of someone who ruled for more than half of their life. She reigned over England for 70 years, eventually coming to an end on September 8th, 2022.

The Death of An Era

Justin Snay, News Section Editor September 27, 2022

As the guardsmen of Buckingham palace walked to the gates of Buckingham Palace, they posted a notice that shocked everyone to the core.  “The queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The...

The iPhone 14 comes in four different colors, one being deep purple.

Apple Releases the Next Generation of iPhone

Maddison Sell, Reporter September 21, 2022

Apple is back at it with a new phone, the iPhone 14. It’s said to have a unique new method of iPhone interaction, revolutionary safety measures intended to save lives, a cutting-edge 48MP camera for...

The girls golf team continued it’s strong season by winning the NCC tournament, getting first out of nine other schools with 179 points. The four girls qualified for NCC: seniors Myleigh Moon, senior Reiss Weaver, Chole Crook, and sophomore Sophia Kay. On Monday, September 19, the girls will defend their sectional title.

Last Week in Review: Golf and Magpie Get Wins

Jerika Razer, Features Section Editor September 19, 2022

During the week of September 11-18, several sporting events and club activities occurred. The first Fast Friday of the year happened with taco and Kona Ice trucks. On Saturday, the cast list for "Mamma...

Posing in their Homecoming candidate dresses, seniors Cassidy Cuppy, Kendall Sweet, and Finley Hettinger take in the Homecoming football game. Student Council hopes to give them a chance to wear similar dresses at a school dance later this fall.

Student Council Decides to Delay Dance

Benjamin Atkinson, Reporter September 19, 2022

The dance for Homecoming is one of the most anticipated things for some high schools during the year. At LHS, the reason it was pushed back this year is because of the stress it put on the Student Council...

Once Roe v. Wade got overturned, places all over the country held protests. In Logansport, students Phoenix Cripe, Ivy Padilla, Carissa Dawson, Evan Gay, Gracie Kitchell, and Lily Walthery, all participated in a peaceful protest outside of the city building.

Supreme Court’s Decision Embraced by Some, Raises Concerns for Others

Kylee Langley, Editor-in-Chief September 16, 2022

According to Let’s Talk About Abortion Indiana, three out of five Hoosiers know someone who’s had an abortion and nearly one in four U.S. women will have an abortion in her lifetime.  In 1970,...

A vacant classroom with little life.

Post COVID, Schools Struggle with Finding Quality Teachers Candidates

Maddison Sell, Reporter September 13, 2022

As school gets back in session, United States schools are dealing with a severe teacher shortage. Currently, more than 2,300 educator positions remain unfilled in Indiana. Freshman Jacqueline Hernandez-Flores...

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