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Loitering policy enforced at Addison McDonald’s

February 16, 2011

By Vanessa Pena & Luis Rios Sizzling hot fries, frigid cold smoothie, and a 30 minute loitering policy, please. The McDonald’s on Addison and Rockwell recently started enforcing an existing loitering policy to...

CTA riders upset over student’s poor etiquette

February 16, 2011

By Max Albekier & Sapna Rathod The sounds of music playing and students speaking loudly over each other fills the 152 Addison bus on a daily basis. Students bump past each other in order to get a spot on the bus. Such...

Lane student’s band to release first album

February 16, 2011

By Sophia Swenson & Cody Lee Clay Frankel, Div. 270, and his band, Crash Hero were stooped over. Standing awkwardly in the corner of an empty beauty salon, the four teenage boys prepare for a “Battle of the Bands,”...

South Korean teacher eperience American education first hand

November 15, 2010

By Bill Felton “This homework is so easy,” a student in the front of the room happily anounces. “Easy. Easy, breezy, beautiful... Cover Girl,” Ms. Nam responds to her class with a broad smile. The class laughs...

Lane students respond to visit from Westboro Baptist Church

November 14, 2010

By Ben Palmer It is Sept. 8, 3:30pm and the silence is deafening at the corner of Western and Addison. Among dozens of signs reading, “GOD HATES FAGS” and “GOD HATES AMERICA,” the leader of the Westboro Baptist Church,...

Dragonflies invade Lane

November 14, 2010

By Katarzyna Barnak Lane students were not the only ones zipping through the campus this summer. The school grounds were also zipping with hundreds of dragonflies. Many students who had to practice outside for the Pep Rally...

Lollapalooza gets “loco”

November 14, 2010

By Johnny Stacewicz Lady Gaga, MGMT, Green Day, The Strokes, Cypress Hill, The New Pornographers, Arcade Fire and many more. Lollapalooza 2010 had a line up that few people wanted to miss, regardless of whether or not...

STANDOUT OF THE ISSUE: On air with “Mike Sabbath” live from WPNA radio

November 14, 2010

By Kelly Sineni It’s Saturday night and senior Michael Obrecki, Div. 150, is sitting at the microphone in a small studio. He is seconds away from going on the air. A quick glance at his notes, and then “Its Saturday...

Belgian exchange student shows off unique style at Lane

November 14, 2010

By Brianna Toney Hollywood. That is what all the girls in Belgium dream about. At least that is what Anaelle Moncarey, Div. 158, believes. “Fashion is important to them,” said Moncarey who is a Belgian foreign...

STARS Mentor Freshmen Tailgate Party kicks off school year

November 10, 2010

By Brianna Toney & Nicole Jacobs The Green and Gold STARS mentors waited for the freshmen as they made their way towards the lunchroom. The freshmen were served pizza and soda as they walked around and talked to their fellow...

Lane Alumni visit on Professional Day

November 10, 2010

By Vivian Troche & Nicole Jacobs A Government Intelligence agent, a Vice President of Bank of America, and a Chicago Tribune reporter were roaming the halls of Lane on Thursday, Sept. 23. No, they were not filming an episode...

Mayor Daley anounces he will not seek re-election

November 10, 2010

By Kelly Sineni On Tuesday, Sept. 7, Mayor Daley announced he will not be running for a seventh term. He is the only mayor many Chicagoans have ever known seeing as he has spent six terms as mayor (about 21 years). Now Chicago...

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