Featured entrée selections include Pasta, Pizza, Chinese Dishes, Burgers, Spicy Chicken Patty & various Deli items. Lunches include a variety of fruits, veggies and milk.
Juniors and Seniors: If you have not yet participated in a college presentation, it’s not too late. Stop by the Career Center to sign up. Universities still coming to Logan are CSU East Bay, San Jose, Sacramento and San Francisco, the University of Montana and St. Mary’s.
Band members, do you have photos from China that you’d like to have published in the yearbook? If so, come by Room 44 for more info.
Posted by courier at 09:54 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Hamed Noorzay, Courier Staff Writer
Local hip-hoppers Sharpshootin Brauds
(SSB) have become a sort of nogan favorite. With all of the members being current Logan students, they seem to know just what it takes to make the kids become followers.
The group, based a friendship going back through middle school, only started rapping during high school. There are 12 members of SSB includingNoel (aka Leonelle,) Hebrew (aka Brewha,) Robert , Julious G, Chris M, Munark, Justin T, Raul R, Anthony L, Bryan B, Jonathan N, Andrew S. All have different talents which they contribute to the group.
Posted by courier at 09:35 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Caitlin Baca
, Courier Staff Writer
An email was sent to the Logan faculty Wednesday about the Halloween "dress code." Those who read the message are now aware that the adminstration will not tolerate Halloween costumes baring cleavage and thighs.
I am not supportive at all of the new regulations. Any Logan sophomore, junior, or senior is familiar of the way students dress every Halloween. At Logan, students tend to show their Halloween spirit by wearing costumes that show some skin.
Posted by courier at 09:04 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Frank Minis Johnson, Jr
. (born October 30, 1918 in Haleyville, Alabama - July 23, 1999 in Montgomery, Alabama) United States Federal judge, made a number of landmark civil rights rulings that helped end segregation in the South. In the words of Bill Moyers, he "altered forever the face of the South."
Learn more about Frank M. Johnson, free from the Academy of Achievement.
Read an interview with Frank M. Johnson, free from the Academy of Achievement.
Posted by courier at 04:57 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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