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  • Tennison: ‘One piece’ of the puzzle

    Tennison: ‘One piece’ of the puzzle

    By Alex Chanen, Features Editor and Business Manager

    September 16, 2016

    Mr. Tennison wants to shake your hand. Or at least high-five you. It is part of his goal as the new principal — to meet every student by the end of the year and shake his or her hand. On August 18, Lane’s Local School Council (LSC) selected Mr. Brian Tennison to be the new principal of Lane. Ten... READ MORE »»

    New Principal Mr. Brian Tennison speaks to freshmen and juniors at the annual Rules Meeting Sept. 13.

    Roman Treuthart

  • Football team looks to battle through obstacles, vows to make state playoffs.

    Football team looks to battle through obstacles, vows to make state playoffs.

    By Jake Herman, Sports Editor

    September 16, 2016

         After ending the 2015 season 4-5, the football team has endured many challenges trying to rebuild and achieve their goal of making the state playoffs this season. Even after losing their first two games captains Jakub Nieroda and Sabian Edouard have been praised by Head Coach Anthony F... READ MORE »»

    Lanes offense attempts to advance the ball in an Aug. 26 game against Oak Lawn. Lane lost the game 20-14.

  • Trip to China teaches students language and culture

    Trip to China teaches students language and culture

    By Anum Shafqat

    September 16, 2016

    The Great Wall, The Bund, and the skyline of Shanghai. These are only a few of the landmarks students had the opportunity to visit this summer. After an extensive application and help from their Chinese teachers, three students traveled to China for a month with one goal in mind: to perfect their Chine... READ MORE »»

    Jessie Hwang, left, Benjamin Laughlin and Maya Hernandez at Hendigan World Studios in Dyongang, China.

    Jessie Hwang

  • Debate Team competes in National Tournament of Champions

    Debate Team competes in National Tournament of Champions

    By Luwam Dichma, Managing Editor

    June 7, 2016

      As they speak, the room quiets, listening intently to the opening arguments of the two groups of debaters. The judges sit back and take notes as they listen to see which group presents the best arguments and evidence. Xhoel Veizi, Div. 677, and Abdu Hytrek, Div. 771, were two of the best in th... READ MORE »»

    Xhoel Veizi, left, and Abdu Hytrek became the first debate team from Lane ever to earn an invitation to the prestigious Tournament of Champions at the University of Kentucky. This is the premier and final national varsity debate tournament of the year. They competed against the top 75 qualifying varsity debate teams in the country. (Photo courtesy of Ms. Sears)

  • Classroom oddities cause headaches for teachers

    Classroom oddities cause headaches for teachers

    By Bella Cardenas

    June 7, 2016

    Upon walking into any renovated classroom the transparent new windows and the new paint smell signal the end of an old era. Before classroom renovations were done in the summer and beginning of the school year, classrooms were aged and crumbling. With the remodels, more and more rooms are looking... READ MORE »»

    In the newly remodeled science classrooms, teachers have less storage space and fewer gas jets, sinks and power outlets. In the old science labs, each student had his or her own power outlet and gas jet. Some of the eqiupment in the old science labs was original from 1935. The changes are in compliance with CPS code, according to Mr. Ara.

    Bella Cardenas

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Budget unknowns finally addressed

By Esther Babawande, Opinion Editor / Reporter

September 16, 2016

New LSC seeks to bring more communication and unity

By Alex Chanen

June 7, 2016

Construction nears end as considerable progress is made

By Zachary Holloway

June 7, 2016

CPS adopts new computer science requirement for 2016-2017 school year

By Zachary Holloway

June 7, 2016

  • Changes may take toll on choral program June 7, 2016
  • Seniors celebrate years of preparation with Decision Day June 7, 2016
  • The aftermath of Ecuador’s earthquake: #FuerzaEcuador June 7, 2016
  • Lane seniors look forward to College Decision Day April 12, 2016
  • T.A.S.T.E. continues to impress in new location April 12, 2016

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Volleyball team gets ready to serve up the season

By James Coyne

Soccer team steps up for the new season

By Alexis Ramirez, Sports Editor

Trainer’s office sits empty as athletes and coaches wait for answers

By Alex Chanen

Lane students participate in annual Special Olympics

By Zachary Holloway and Catherine O'Carroll

Cubs and Sox step up, causing shock to Chicago basketball and hockey fans

By Jake Herman, Sports Editor

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Teacher of the Issue: Ms. Padilla

By Mia Purnell, Managing Editor

The pink hair and the eccentric fashion is just part of the dream that Ms. Padilla lives at Lane. A once destined fashion designer, Padilla teaches at Lane, keeping her teaching methods and her fashi...  Read More »

June 8, 2016

Signs point to change in hearing impaired program

By Vivian Tran

“Lane doesn't have any way to predict the future of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program,” Assistant Principal Ms. Hart said. “Programs are driven by student's need. We need students that require the ser...  Read More »

June 7, 2016

To the class of 2019: Reflections on the freshman class’s first year in high school

June 7, 2016

Meet the Class of 2016: Sofia Monter

June 7, 2016

The state of things for in-state students

June 7, 2016

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