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Family Matters: Taking Paternity Leave at Lane Tech

By Aaron Cohen, Assistant Editor

April 15, 2020

When Computer Science teacher Daniel Stone welcomed a new son into his immediate family, he recognized the responsibilities and challenges that being a father would bring. “It's really a huge life change. I had to make sure...

TikTok on the clock: Will the party ever stop?

By Eitan Silver, Head of Design

February 14, 2020

Fifteen-second video clips, remixes of popular songs, ordinary 15-year-olds becoming overnight sensations accumulating tens of millions of views. The only platform capable of such a task is TikTok.  TikTok has attracted an abundance of users f...

The Anatomy Of A Meme

The Anatomy Of A Meme

February 14, 2020

STEM Fair opens doors for students interested in science

By Stephanie Mosqueda, Reporter

January 16, 2020

Students began putting the finishing touches on their poster boards while Mrs. Young made sure that everything from the rubrics used to grade the students to the food provided for the judges was organized and ready to go. For ...

Students lead their peers as teaching assistants

By Olivia Fergus-Brummer, Managing Editor

January 5, 2020

As the 7:55 bell trills and seventh graders begin filing into their 1st period class, Emma Haugh-Ewald greets them at the door. Soon after, she encourages students to share what homework they had and provides them with methods ...

Vaults unlock a link to Lane’s past

By Tobias Straus, Reporter

January 3, 2020

Every day while walking from class to class, students pass parts of Lane’s history.  On the third floor near Door A, a mysterious vault, room 311A, is indented into the wall as if it is asking not to be found. Obviously a...

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