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Logan Berggren

Logan Berggren, Features Editor

Logan is a senior and this is his first year on The Catalyst staff. He enjoys writing Opinion and Feature stories. When he is not writing, he is out taking pictures of people and places. His hobbies include watching movies, drawing, photography and going running.

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“During the online strike, we shared photos and images of us striking from home,” Kelly said. “We had a video special by Dr. Ryan Wishart, and other organizations in Nebraska and around the word held Zoom panels, live discussions and Q+A’s.” People were also encouraged to get outside and help the Earth in some way.

Striking online

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
May 7, 2020
Millard West clubs like Knitting and Crocheting club have been meeting on Zoom every Thursday to work on their projects. “We just hang out and all pull our projects out and work on them while we catch up,” knitting and crocheting sponsor Sarah Karst said. “Its really nice, honestly. We talk about whats going on with us, good shows weve watched, movies, ways this has affected us, the positives of being in quarantine, etc. - pretty much anything within reason.” This opportunity to meet online is allowing them to reconnect and talk with one another while being safe.

Clubs during COVID

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
April 14, 2020
Senior Audrey Koesters prepares before she steps onto the rink. Skating around the rink, senior Audrey Koesters is concentrated at improving her foot work. Ice skating takes precision and skill to stay on your feet. The ice is more forgiving than rollerblading, Audrey said. You have to be more conscious with rollerblading but ice skating its more free and ice skating you think about the placement of your feet.

Passion on ice

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
March 10, 2020
Working on her current project in her current class, sophomore Abby Gilreath is learning to use a variety of materials. Students in the program are encouraged to try art forms that aren’t offered everywhere else. “She is very driven and has a big desire to be successful, she doesnt want to fail, that motivates her to put in the extra work, especially when it comes to art,” art teacher Jennifer Hoss-Miller said.

Guided into new arts

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
February 12, 2020
Doctor Sleep prescribes fear

Doctor Sleep prescribes fear

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
November 26, 2019
Recently more men have been wearing makeup to express themselves.

Rewriting fashion

Logan Berggren, Feature Editor
November 18, 2019
Students gathered in the UNO auditorium awaiting to see Chuck Hagel. The main focus of the symposium was to put a spotlight on public service. “I think for students who are interested in politics, it is a good introduction to the importance of public service and how students should get involved early in their lives.” Watson said. “Public service is important to the preservation of our democracy especially during our polarized society today.”

Public Service Symposium

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
November 8, 2019
This photo represents a critical point in the movie Goldfinch.

The not so gold Goldfinch

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
October 11, 2019
In downtown Omaha, junior Kelsie Hansen is seen skipping class and advocating for the climate. Many students around the city area came together for the climate strike. “If more people start talking about climate change, then it allows for the topic to be seen by more people,” Hansen said. “It also makes representatives listen and convince them in the right way to help them help  the climate.”

International Strike

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
October 7, 2019
As shown in the graphic, drug prices are increased and negative effects are taking place.

Cost of living

Logan Berggren, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2019
Zendaya steals the spotlight in the brand new show Euphoria

Euphoria

Logan Berggren, Staff Reporter
September 6, 2019
Sitting in Advanced Studio Art, senior Emily Asplin is working on a side project of a character from the show Stranger Things. Students in Advanced Studio art are allowed to focus on other projects outside of the assigned work.“Watching shows really inspired me to draw the characters and help develop my style,” Asplin said. “I really like to focus my drawing on people, I am fascinated with the cartoony realistic style and that’s what I have developed my style into.”

Drawing Her Own Path

Logan Berggren, Staff Reporter
September 4, 2019
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