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  • Athlete of the Issue: Kendall Reed
  • New elective, Adaptive Drama, takes the stage
  • Ghosts and humor making an entrance in the fall production of ‘Blithe Spirit’
  • TOMODACHI initiative brings six Japanese students to Lane

Uneven distribution of bathrooms addressed at October LSC meeting

By Frank Rodriguez, Reporter

October 25, 2017

  The October Local School Council (LSC) meeting highlighted upcoming changes to Lane’s programs and building, including a planned transformat...

‘Lane of Things’ expands project to other schools

‘Lane of Things’ expands project to other schools

By Dominika Chruszcz, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2017

Sprawled out across large wooden utility tables in the Innovation and Creation Lab are different projects beholding flashing LED lights, colored buttons and...

Field Notes Brand notebooks provided to CS Department

Field Notes Brand notebooks provided to CS Department

By Dominika Chruszcz, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2017

Sketches, calculations and ideas can all be accessed from a simple tool that one may take advantage of everyday: a notebook. Field Notes, a notebook com...

Optional homework gaining ground at Lane

Optional homework gaining ground at Lane

By Sam Sorich, Reporter

October 23, 2017

After a long seven hour day of school, band practice, and a 30 minute drive home, junior Garrett Dunne, Div. 953, finds it unnecessary to do hours of h...

First Generation Support Group considers expansion

First Generation Support Group considers expansion

By Alexa Soto, A&E Editor

October 23, 2017

When Ms. Carqueville, a counselor, emailed the First Generation Support Group members welcoming them to invite friends to join the group, Liliana Tira...

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Performers showcase months of preparations during pep rally

By Tyreye Morris, Sports Editor

Spirit day can bring out school spirit from many Lane students. Everyone within the school can wear myrtle and gold to show their pride. This leads up to the Pep Rally where everyone comes out to support the...

Soccer city playoffs replace homecoming game

Soccer city playoffs replace homecoming game

By Sumeya Kalib, Reporter

Boys varsity soccer held homecoming traditions in stride, filling in for football by crushing Prosser 7-0 in the early rounds of city playoffs at Lane Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 4. This gave the boys thei...

1977 football team powered to city title

1977 football team powered to city title

By Jeffrey Taraszkiewicz and Joshua Tarafa

After the cheerleaders ran off the field for their halftime performance, during the home game against Simeon on Sept. 15, the crowd cheered as 13 people from the 1977 team walked onto the field. These pe...

Simeon marches out of Lane Stadium with a 59-21 victory

Simeon marches out of Lane Stadium with a 59-21 victory

By Joshua Tarafa and Jeffrey Taraszkiewicz

The Varsity football team suffered a big loss against rival Simeon in their first home divisional matchup of the season on Friday night. Coming off their first victory of the season the week before agai...

Concussions continue to spark debate on football player safety

Concussions continue to spark debate on football player safety

By Joshua Tarafa, Editor-in-Chief

A promising athlete lying lifelessly on his back with the athletic trainer and coaches surrounding him is a fairly common occurrence at a high school football game. At Lane’s season opener alone, there was a...

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