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Busy work schedules mean less time with parents for Lane students

February 9, 2010

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By Safiya Merchant For Kamile Sutaite, Div. 156, not seeing her father for a few days at a time is completely normal. Since he is a construction worker, he often has to fulfill jobs in other states. Like Kamile, many Lane...

Hidden relationships cause stress, adrenaline rush

February 9, 2010

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By Nistha Tamrakar Ange Angarita, Div. 036, hid inside a Starbucks coffee shop for an hour and a half for her boyfriend, Hiathem Hamdan, Div. 168 to arrive. However, he was not late. Hamdan was returning her coat and purse...

Students claim friends as children, spouses on Facebook

February 9, 2010

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By Julie Dimas Normally, holding someone’s hand, changing your status to “in a relationship,” exchanging rings, or running for the cutest couple would not be considered a new trend. However, at Lane there has been...

Infidelity brings relationships to an end

February 9, 2010

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By Ashley Grant Cheating hurts and it’s one thing many don’t want to experience. “She said we gotta talk. ‘You know that bar in Tel Aviv with the big red cones?’ I instantly knew what she was gonna say. My...

Jersey Shore’s guidos and guidettes create Italian chaos on MTV

February 9, 2010

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By Paulina Yousif Jersey Shore: two words that have created chaos for MTV, and an addiction for Lane students. The new reality show follows eight young Italian-Americans from various parts of New York that are vacationing...

AP Art students choose their concentrations

February 9, 2010

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By Grace McQueeny Nina Palumbo, Div. 029, wields her sharpened pencils and charcoal to bring a surrealist interpretation of the frustration of the modern day businessman into her AP portfolio. The drawings featured in...

Student rappers at home in Four Elements Club

December 18, 2009

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By David Pohlad Every Thursday, after school, Young Wellz, a.k.a. Dalai Lama, Ruga Wellz, Repoman, Boogie-Man, but known by his teachers and most peers as Curtis Brown, walks into room 140 to participate in the Four Elements...

Cultural illiteracy rampant in American youth

December 18, 2009

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By Paulina Yousif “You don’t need a passport to go to Hawaii. It’s in America.” “Are you serious? I thought Hawaii was a country!” No, that’s not a comedy sketch on SNL, but an actual conversation...

Teachers recall previous bizzare job experiences

December 18, 2009

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By Julie Dimas Ever wondered what it would be like to work as a rat wrangler and train animals to be on television commercials? Or work at a mental asylum? Or travel to sell wine at a stranger's house? How about work at...

Students face difficulties at work

December 18, 2009

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By Vanessa Landa Crazy customers, flirty employees, and difficult bosses are just some of the horrors students encounter at their after-school jobs. Angry customers often prove to be the most difficult. “I...

Multi-racial relationships inspire different reactions

December 18, 2009

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By Melanie Johnson Dan Baroja, Div. 045, is Filipino and is currently in a relationship with an African-American girl. Although he loves his girlfriend, he is often confronted by racist comments about his relationship...

PE Leaders, Best Buddies teach life lessons

December 18, 2009

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By Ashley Grant For the first couple weeks of school, Bernard - an autistic boy in my PE Leaders class known to all as "BJ" - refused to run. No one could even get him to walk fast. Everyday the class was full of voi...

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