LUNCH: Fajita Chicken, Milk, Fresh Fruit, Fun Chips
Pre-sale for the tonight’s NCS football game against Foothill are on sale in the Activities Office during lunch only. $8 adults, $5 students.
What are you thankful for? Come out to Colt Court today at lunch and write what you’re thankful for on Youth Alive’s “Thankful Wall”.
Boys soccer will have their first games of the season tonight vs. Antioch. Jv at 4, Varsity at 6.
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These chairs replacedBy Krystal Henderson
the contentious table.
, Courier News Editor
School administrators have moved a lunch table that spurred conflict between groups of students contending the use of it, ending the conflict for the time being, at least.
The table, formerly in the Senior Patio area along the outside wall of the Student Union, was the regular eating site of a closely associated group of students who used it regularly for several years. The table was (before its relocation) a lunchtime eating area for students, and a hang-out spot after school.
Posted by courier at 12:51 PM. Filed under: News
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Many students seem more interested By Krystal Henderson
in learning Soulja Boy's "Superman"
dance than the history of their world.
, Courier News Editor
Where are the bright minds that our parents sacrificed their youth for? Many students at Logan know what it's like to grow up in a single parent home, or in a economically disadvantaged family. When we were told as children that we could do anything. When did we decide that we just want to hang out at the mall and watch Paris Hilton on TMZ?
I am furious with my generation.
Posted by courier at 10:28 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Madeleine de Scudéry
(November 15, 1607 - June 2, 1701), often known simply as Mademoiselle de Scudéry, was a French writer. She was the younger sister of author Georges de Scudéry, but is generally regarded as his superior in skill.
Born at Le Havre, Normandy, in northern France, she is said to have been very plain as well as without fortune, but she was very well educated. Establishing herself at Paris with her brother, she was at once admitted to the Rambouillet coterie, and afterwards established a salon of her own under the title of the Société du samedi. For the last half of the 17th century, under the pseudonym of Sapho or her own name, was acknowledged as the first bluestocking of France and of the world. She formed a close friendship with Paul Pellisson which was only ended by his death in 1693.
Read excerpts of Madeleine de Scudery's work and more about her life, free from infionline.com
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