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  • Decline in Black teachers reflects broader trend in CPS, Illinois
  • Hoop squad rides chemistry, resilience into heart of the season
  • Attendance policy impacts ethnic club dancers
  • Electives reach out to elementary schools
  • Review: Band of Bohemia rightfully acknowledged by Michelin Guide

February LSC Meeting

By Tommy Kreutz, Web Editor

Lane’s Local School Council (LSC) held a meeting Feb. 16 to discuss resolutions and to look over issues within the school’s budget due to CPS’ $46 millio...

March 1

Inaugural Student Relations Committee aims to improve cultural climate

Inaugural Student Relations Committee aims to improve cultural climate

By Tommy Kreutz, Web Editor

As the morning neared 7:15, students coming from all directions walked through the brisk air and into the the doorways of Lane Tech High School to att...

February 27

Cook County short on revenue, reconsiders sugary drinks

Cook County short on revenue, reconsiders sugary drinks

By Tommy Kreutz, Web Editor

The sound of expanding hardwood floor permeates through the silent classroom. Mr. Vlahos finishes drawing on the whiteboard and turns to face his students;...

February 23

Course Fair revs up registration process with new classes

By Alex Chanen, Features Editor

With the end of first semester comes the beginnings of a new school year. Students begin to question how many AP’s they should be taking, what the best...

February 23

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 hidin...

February 15

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Athlete of the Issue: David Oluyadi

Athlete of the Issue: David Oluyadi

By James Coyne, Photo Editor

When one door closes another door opens. This phrase might be cliche or what an athlete tells themselves after they do not make the team they wanted. And in the case of David Oluyadi, Div. 776, this...

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, ...

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...

‘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 ...

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...

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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...

Hanly victim to her own demerit system

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

Animal appropriation mural angered PETA

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

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...

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