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  • Apple launches multiple new products for education
  • Water Polo freestyles into the new season
  • ‘Lane of Things’ expands to Wrigley Field
  • First exclusive South Asian Literature course to be implemented within CPS
  • Steven Yee carries Lane into a spot at IHSA sectionals
  • Apple launches multiple new products for education

    Apple launches multiple new products for education

    By Joshua Tarafa, Editor-In-Chief

    April 6, 2018

    Drones buzzed through hoops in one room as guests tried to maneuver them using their iPad. At the same time in the guitar room, attendees took turns trying on outfits from the play Romeo and Juliet and creating their very own short film on iMovie. After multiple weeks of renovations to the Lane auditorium, lawn...

    Apple CEO Tim Cook gives a speech about Everyone Can Code during the keynote of the educational event hosted by Apple at Lane on March 27. “It makes it fun and easy for everyone to learn to code whether they’re in the classroom or at home.”

  • Water Polo freestyles into the new season

    Water Polo freestyles into the new season

    By Tyreye Morris, Sport Editor

    April 6, 2018

    Trimming down from 25 players to only 17, the Lane Boys Water Polo team goes into the 2018 season smaller but more focused as they prepare for the new year. After the team went 8-19 in the 2017 season, Head Coach Matthew O’Hagan goes into 2018 with a smaller roster with players who are serious abou...

    Three year head coach of the water polo team Mathew O'Hagan giving players balls in practice.

    Photo by Tyreye Morris

  • ‘Lane of Things’ expands to Wrigley Field

    ‘Lane of Things’ expands to Wrigley Field

    By Clarissa Corral, Managing Editor

    April 5, 2018

    Lane Computer Science students will soon deploy sensor nodes to collect data and analyze multiple environmental aspects of Wrigley Field. Some examples of sensor nodes that the Cubs organization is interested in include temperature, audio levels and even emotional aspects of the ballpark, according to ...

    Satya Basu, far left, from Perkins+Will Architecture Firm and Robb Drinkwater, next to Basu, and Douglas Pancoast, far right, from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago speaking with Ms. Wozniak’s ICL class about narrowing down project questions that each team will be addressing with the Cubs organization.

    Photo by Clarissa Corral

  • First exclusive South Asian Literature course to be implemented within CPS

    First exclusive South Asian Literature course to be implemented within CPS

    By Dominika Chruszcz, Editor-in-Chief

    February 15, 2018

    “Cracking India,” a fictionalized text based off of true events by Bapsi Sidhwa, is one of the novels English teacher Ms. Shafqat wants to add to her new South Asian Literature course that will be featured in the 2018-19 school year. Affected by the India-Pakistan partition, Shafqat will utilize d...

    Texts that will be featured within the South Asian Literature course for the 2018-19 year include the ones above. “The Kite Runner” and “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini will be included in the class as well.

    Photo by Dominika Chruszcz

  • Steven Yee carries Lane into a spot at IHSA sectionals

    Steven Yee carries Lane into a spot at IHSA sectionals

    By Sumeya Kalib, Reporter

    February 15, 2018

    Heading to the 3A Larkin Wrestling sectionals on Feb. 10 was a bittersweet moment for Steven Yee. While he was excited that he was able to advance from regionals, he was also the only one of his eight teammates to advance. Despite his best efforts, Yee, Div. 978, did not secure a spot for state, losi...

    Steven Yee posing on the podium after winning first place in city at Chicago State University Jan. 21. (Photo courtesy of Gabriela Perez)

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