The Warrior

  • Cheer team builds for the future
  • New coach, same winners
  • Athlete of the Issue: Nicholas Fazio
  • New club, Model UN, attends its first conference
  • Students pioneering new Writing Center
  • Cheer team builds for the future

    Cheer team builds for the future

    By Roman Treuthart, Sports Editor

    January 10, 2018

    The competitive cheer team kicks off their season hoping to build off of last year’s city championship victory. The team’s former coach, Barb Carabio, resigned after receiving an offer to coach at another school. Their new coach, Maureen Mackin, wants to not only focus on winning competitions, but al...

    The cheer team performed at the Green and Gold game on Nov. 17.

    Photo by Roman Treuthart

  • New coach, same winners

    New coach, same winners

    By Rafael Martinez, Reporter

    January 9, 2018

    As of Dec. 18, the girls basketball team has an overall record of 8-3, with a majority of the wins ending in a double digit lead. The Indians had a busy first week, as they played four games at the Fenton High School Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament which spanned from Nov. 14 to Nov. 20. With a...

    Coach Molloy talking to her team during a timeout at their game against Dec. 14 against the Shurz Bulldogs.

    Photo by Joshua Tarafa

  • Athlete of the Issue: Nicholas Fazio

    Athlete of the Issue: Nicholas Fazio

    By Kaja Romanowski, Reporter

    January 9, 2018

    He is running down the court, driving to the basket for the score, and suddenly his legs fly out from under him and all he knows is the excruciating pain striking through his leg as he lies on the ground. This is what happened to Nicholas Fazio when he tore his ACL last year. In September of 2016,...

    Fazio being introduced at the Green and Gold Game on November 17th.

    Photo by Roman Treuthatrt

  • New club, Model UN, attends its first conference

    New club, Model UN, attends its first conference

    By Eunice Alpasan, Managing Editor

    January 8, 2018

    After a month of preparation that involved doing heavy research on the global affairs of Italy and Egypt, 26 students represented Lane at its first Model UN conference at St. Ignatius on Nov. 4 by spending eight hours attempting to come to a resolution on the issues like climate change and the refug...

    Model UN members, roleplaying as country delegates, write a resolution on the global drug trade during their meeting on Nov. 29 in preparation for their next conference on Jan. 27 at Francis Parker School.

    Photo by Eunice Alpasan

  • Students pioneering new Writing Center

    Students pioneering new Writing Center

    By Sam Sorich, Reporter

    January 1, 2018

    After walking out of his first appointment in Lane’s new Writing Center, Zack Maldonado, Div. 983, said he was happy with the peaceful and welcoming space that offered assistance with his essay. “It offered another input on my writing because I don’t have another set of eyes who can read my st...

    Chris Nieto, left, and Uriel Bandera worked on a creative writing piece. The Writing Center is open before and after school, and during lunch periods.

    Photo by Joshua Tarafa

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