The Warrior

Creative ways of getting asked to Prom

June 7, 2010

By Mary Nguyen What started as simply flashing that winning smile and asking "Would you go to prom with me?" has become full of flowers, gifts, songs, surprises, and public confessions. The question "Would you go to prom...

Prom Workshop benefits Lane seniors

June 7, 2010

By Karen Baena & Sadeta Causevic On May 22, Lane counselor Ms. Sanders held The Cinderella Project, which aimed to help girls as they prepared for a “Night to Remember," prom night. “I wanted an open forum...

Rules of Road apply to Lane’s Hallways

June 7, 2010

By Gaby Williams The rules of Lane’s hallways have been said to operate like the rules of the road, minus cars and add a lot of embarrassing moments. Students encounter slow walkers, shoe malfunctions, occasionally going...

Locks of Love, Relay For Life fight back against cancer

June 7, 2010

By Maria Murczek It was New Year’s of 2006. I decided to stay home, relax, and listen to some music. A song lyric really stuck to me that night: “May angels lead you in / Hear you me my friends / On sleepless roads,...

Culture of dentention varies for students

June 7, 2010

By Vanessa Landa Throughout my entire school career I have been detention-free up until now: second semester of my senior year. Unfortunately, senioritis caught up to me, making me ditch several of my classes. The Attendance...

Authenticity of International Days dances questioned

May 17, 2010

By Aleks Pavlovic International Days at Lane have always been about showing off a culture’s flavor through traditional dances, food, and clothing. However, this year many clubs decided to include a modern twist in their...

“Scary Kerry,” not so scary

May 17, 2010

By David Pohlad “Scary Kerry” got her nickname simply because of her “weird” styles and her “odd” eye for fashion. Like many students at Lane, Kerry is sometimes judged simply for dressing differently. ...

Rodriguez demonstrates faith, wearing white for year

February 9, 2010

By Sofi Kerpan Since June 20, 2009, Yasnai Rodriguez, Div. 031, has worn just one color (or lack thereof)—white. Her favorite color is pink. As a member of a Yoruban religion called Santeria, Rodriguez is currently...

Lane eccentric, Vogenthaler, bares “sole” to world

February 9, 2010

By David Pohlad Whether it is not wearing shoes, cross dressing, or pretending to be a completely different person, days at Lane are anything but average for Adam Vogenthaler, Div. 255. Although he is often seen shoeless...

Service hours not a burden for one Lane student

February 9, 2010

By Neka Barrera Plumbing, electrical work, wood crafting, houses needing to be built, and so much more having to be done. This is not a problem for Sarfaraz Sajwani, Div. 029, who builds community centers for his service...

The exercise secrets of Lane revealed

February 9, 2010

By Gabrielle Williams When walking the halls of Lane, eyes wander up and down the bodies of their peers, some merely checking each other out, some a little more interested than that. But either way fit and athletic bodies...

Hard of hearing students sound off on experiences at Lane

February 9, 2010

By Adina Garneata Voices. A faint, continuous humming in the background. It is difficult for Leslie to make out what they are saying, but as they get closer, it gets easier for her to read them. Ethan sits across from...

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