Crazy Conspiracies

February 4, 2022

Young freshman of LP heave my warning. LI is a very dangerous game played by high school students of all grades. What is LI? Students agree to take online self-coursed classes in exchange for more classes in their major/ a second major class. The ideal sounds great, so what here is the conspiracy? The curse of what happens when you LI remains unfinished by it’s due date. The consequences of one’s own actions begin to settle in. If left without total completion, Lincoln Park will remove you from all major classes you attend to force you to finish the online classes.

It seems that the moment students sign up for LI they are cursed for the coming of the next school year. A loss of academic motivation. It’s simply a spell that collectively comes over the LI student body. No person who ever starts an LI makes it out with a smile on their face. So, what does LI do to LP students?

My conspiracy is that this is a curse that some former student, who was taken out of their major, has put on us all for revenge. Now, all of us are doomed to have the same fate.

The fate is practically impossible to avoid. Some students have only one semester to complete the online class. For example, World History LI consists of 180 lessons and 606 activities. 

The anxiety of knowing you’ll never get all the work done is part of the curse, and half at fault for the loss of motivation. It’s time we end the curse by warning the underclassmen of what’s to come for them.

Young freshman and middle school students of LP, at the end of your freshman year the administration will approach you to ask for your classes for the next coming school year. No matter what they say, do not sign up for LI classes, it’s practically like selling your soul, but totally different.

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Taylor Hill is senior at Lincoln Park and is a writing and publishing major. She’s the editor in chief for The SIREN newspaper and is also writing the horror column for The SIREN this year.

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