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Will a small Class of 2016 limit elective offerings next year?

By Kayla Martinez

February 13, 2015

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Lane’s current junior class holds 781 students, nearly 300 fewer than the classes of 2015, 2017, and 2018. With fewer soon-to-be seniors, some may wonder about the impact on elective course offerings. Tara Carroll, Lane’s Admissions Dire...

Winter Musical: ‘Footloose’

By Anna Lagattuta

February 13, 2015

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The Lane drama department has been gearing up for a series of performances of their annual winter musical. This year the musical is “Footloose”, and debuted this Wednesday. It is scheduled to run through Saturday, Feb 14....

Mayoral candidates hope to bring change to Chicago

By Patrick Reynolds

February 13, 2015

Filed under News, Uncategorized

   In under two weeks, Chicagoans will have a decision to make: who the next mayor of the city will be. This election in particular will be important  for many Lane students because it will be the first they will be able to vote.    Newly r...

Lane’s new look

By Andjela Bursac

February 13, 2015

Filed under Featured Stories, News, Uncategorized

Lane has received a bounty of renovations over the course of winter break, but nothing has awed the students more than the newly painted, vibrant walls of door A, the lunchroom, and several first floor classrooms. “I think...

Posse helps teens take on college together

By Annie Zorn

February 13, 2015

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A school-record 11 Lane seniors won Posse Scholarships this year and will attend college next year as part of the national organization’s design to help leadership-driven public school graduates navigate higher education. Winners spend their four years with groups of 10 students from around ...

QuestBridge winners head to U. of C.

By Annie Zorn

February 13, 2015

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Attending college is a numbers game. How much money is tuition? How many scholarships can you get to bring the price down? How much money is room and board? Fortunately for four seniors, that number is zero. John “Jack” ...

Inspired students aim to build homes

By Sandra Campos

February 13, 2015

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Hundreds of children begging for money and food, working tirelessly and sleeping on the dirt streets of villages; this is the extreme poverty that Sanya Khatri, Div. 664, witnessed during her trip to India. Shocked and devastat...

New directors take over STARs mentor program

By Anna Lagatutta

December 18, 2014

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The STARs Mentor Program was developed and managed by one of Lane’s counselors, Ms. Dulberg, as a way to help incoming freshmen feel more comfortable with the school, as well as get them involved. This past school year was Dulb...

Robotics Team petitions for IHSA recognition

By Annie Zorn

December 17, 2014

Filed under News

On October 10, FIRST Robotics reached over 750 signatures on the website Change.org to become an Illinois High School Association (IHSA) sport. They are still in the process of trying to achieve their goal of 1,000 signatures....

Celebrating 2 years of aquaponics elective

By Patrick Reynolds, Photographer and Online Editor

December 17, 2014

Filed under News

The scent of plants, fish, and soil greet the rush of students in dirty smocks entering the Aquaponics lab. Since its opening in 2012, Aquaponics has grown in the past two years, more so than most classes at Lane. Lane is known...

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