LUNCH: Spicy Chicken Patty, Milk, Fresh Fruit, “Fun” Chips
Open Field for boys soccer players today immediately after school on the North Fields. See Coach Sills in Room 73 for more information.
Picture makeup day is this Friday! Go to the Pavilion Lobby before or after school or on your break or lunch. You must pay at time of photo if you want additional pictures.
Posted by courier at 01:33 PM. Filed under: Sports
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Logan’s Varsity Colts galloped past Monte Vista Friday night, giving clear notice that they’re a team to be reckoned with.
The Colts beat the Mustangs, 37-21, despite being ranked sixth in the Bay Area, two spots below the Danville team. Two Argus sportswriters picked Monte Vista to win Friday’s match-up.
But the game wasn’t really even close as Logan’s speedy offense ran wild through the Mustangs defense.
Posted by courier at 10:58 AM. Filed under: Sports
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By David Collins, Courier Opinion Editor
Since the 2006-2007 term of James Logan High School, the time schedule has been modified to optimize the number of instructional minutes. As a result, our time for lunch has been reduced from our former 50 minutes to our current 43 minutes, which includes the 7-minute passing periods. If these passing periods are deducted from the lunch period, then the time allotted is a meager 29 minutes.
Posted by courier at 08:21 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Spectator Scene By Christina La, Courier Co-Editor-in-Chief
Editor Carmen Shiu
Just days into her college career, former Courier Entertainment Editor Carmen Shiu, won a position as the co scene editor and online editor of the Chabot College newspaper, “The Spectator.”
Shiu was in the journalism class at Logan her senior year. She is currently enrolled at Chabot College in Hayward where she is taking journalism classes along with general education requirements. Shiu plans to stay at Chabot for the next two years.
Posted by courier at 08:06 AM. Filed under: Features
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Hannah Webster Foster
(September 10, 1758 – April 17, 1840) was an American novelist.
Her epistolary novel, The Coquette; or, The History of Eliza Wharton
, was published anonymously in 1797. Although it topped the American bestseller lists of the 1790s, it was not until 1866 that her name appeared on the title page. In 1798 she published The Boarding School; or, Lessons of a Preceptress to Her Pupils
, a commentary on female education in the United States.
Read Hannah Webster Foster's novel, The Coquette; or, The History of Eliza Wharton, free from Project Gutenberg.
Posted by courier at 12:29 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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