Spicy Chicken Patty, Milk, Fresh Fruit, and “Fun” Chips
Turkey Ham and Pineapple Pizza
MEChA is having their annual Cinco de Mayo Car Show. If you want to enter your car or lowrider bike, see Ms. Esquivez in Room 407.
Friday will be scary at Colt Court, so come out to play Fear Factor. Get prizes! The winner will get a Borders gift card.
Today's Star Testing Schedule:
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By Jessica Rosales, Courier Special Projects Editor
The week James Logan's new security system was implemented, the Union City Fire Marshall cited the school for safety violations related to gates closed as part of the reduction in entrances to the campus.
On April 2, the fire department informed Logan administrators of the fire violations. In both cases, the citations related to the pins that extend into the ground below to secure the gates in a closed position. One was locked in the closed position; another was stuck closed.
Freshman house principal, Matt Smith was actually the one who signed the Fire Inspector’s citation after school that day. In an email response to questions submitted by The Courier , he said that “everything we’re doing in trying to implement the new security plan is for the safety of the students.”
Posted by courier at 12:34 PM. Filed under: News
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By Stephen Aguilar and Christine Khayat, Courier Staff Writer
While Thursday’s Job-O Expo in Colt Court brought opportunities that were welcomed by many students, one booth seemed to sprout mixed feelings among Logan—the U.S. Army. Undoubtedly, if you walked through Colt Court and passed the job fair, you most likely saw the men in uniform, surrounded by students eager to talk with them or who wanted to try a few pull-ups, either out of curiosity or to impress those observing. Regardless, many did not feel the visitors were welcomed on our campus.
Posted by courier at 12:19 PM. Filed under: News
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Raden Ajeng (Adjeng) Kartini
or, more accurately, Raden Ayu (Ajoe) Kartini
, (April 21, 1879–September 17, 1904), was a prominent Javanese and an Indonesian national heroine. Kartini
is known as a pioneer in the area of women's rights for native Indonesians.
Kartini was born into an aristocratic Javanese family in a time when Java was still part of the Dutch colony, the Dutch East Indies. Kartini's father, Raden Mas Sosroningrat, became Regency Chief of Jepara, and her mother was Raden Mas' first wife, but not the most important one. At this time, polygamy was a common practice among the nobility.
Read more about Kartini, at myhero.com.
Posted by courier at 07:41 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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