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Editors’ Note: Removal of Indian imagery from The Warrior’s logos

The Editorial Board of The Warrior has decided to remove all Native American imagery from the logos of our newspaper. In the past, we have had an “Indian” head in the...  Read More »

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The ‘fake news’ faux pas

By Matt Conley, Reporter

A man walks into a small pizza place in North Carolina carrying a loaded weapon, demanding somebody explain to him the conspiracy that they’re hiding. The sirens can be heard in the distance, and the ...  Read More »

Feb 15

TASTE: The finale to BSA’s Black History Month

By Esther Babawande

The 8th annual Talented African American Students Showcasing Their Excellence event, otherwise known as T.A.S.T.E., will be hosted by BSA Feb. 24 in the Auditorium. The event consists of performances by a vari...  Read More »

Feb 14

March on Chicago displays female pioneers of the future

March on Chicago displays female pioneers of the future

By Malak Afaneh, Reporter

Squeezed into the compartment of a Red Line train among a sea of pink pussy hats and glitter covered posters, Chicago witnessed the harmony of generations of outspoken and determined women ready to m...  Read More »

Feb 14

Scholarships offer more than financial support

Scholarships offer more than financial support

By Morgan Alexander, Reporter

A majority of students at Lane have been successful in their studies, but when it comes to seniors, they have to take it a step further and set themselves up to be successful in college. From there, mos...  Read More »

Feb 14

The best holiday gift: no homework

The best holiday gift: no homework

By Clarissa Corral, Reporter

Wake up, go to school, come home, sleep. Wake up, go to school, come home, sleep. An average school day at Lane is 7 hours and 15 minutes, not to mention extra curricular activities such as sports a...  Read More »

Feb 14

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Boys swimming the road to state

Boys swimming the road to state

By Evan Patrick, Reporter

Last year the Boys Swim Team sent Daniel Puczko, Div. 878, to state for the 500-yard freestyle. This year, despite the loss of four school record holders — Max Boettcher, Mark Gullickson, Ben Martinez, ...  Read More »

New day, different game

By Tyreye Morris, Reporter

The Boys Basketball Team's last two games had two completely different outcomes, beating Glenbrook South 44-42 Feb. 4, then losing to Bogan 70-49 two days later. As the season continued into post season p...  Read More »

‘Go, Lane– For we are here to cheer for you’

‘Go, Lane– For we are here to cheer for you’

By Alexis Ramirez, Sports Editor

When Lane students think of Lane, they think of the 4,300 students, the long halls and the myrtle and gold everywhere. But, others will be remembering the time Jose Terrazas scored the winning penalty for ...  Read More »

Keep calm and tackle

Keep calm and tackle

By Dominika Chruszcz, Copy Editor

A powerful tackle can easily get your face to plunge straight into the cold hard ground. Sweat and tears simply won’t stop these strong-willed players. Strength, speed and strategy are the name of th...  Read More »

Why did the chicken cross the finish line?

Why did the chicken cross the finish line?

By Alexis Ramirez, Sports Editor

Athletes are known to condition and train to prepare for the season to come. It helps assure a positive result in their upcoming games, since “practice makes perfect.” To add to their conditioning...  Read More »

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Staff Profile

Kelly Watson
Kelly Watson

Reporter

Hi! My name is Kelly Watson and I am a junior here at Lane. This is my first year doing journalism and I hope to continue next year as well. I not only love writing but art and music too. Aside from t...  Read More »

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Rude students have a eureka

The hallway-dwelling underclassman of Lane have been introduced to the concept of moving to the sides...  Read More »

Hanly victim to her own demerit system

Assistant Principal Sarah Hanly is no longer working at Lane Tech after receiving more than 15 demerits...  Read More »

Animal appropriation mural angered PETA

Last month was the grand unveiling of a mural just outside the auditorium doors. The mural’s original...  Read More »

Bernie Sanders ranks up to Level 7 Socialist Wizard

By Matt Conley After winning a decisive victory in the New Hampshire primary, Bernie Sanders has finally...  Read More »

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