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Clubs lure students to social scene

November 10, 2010

By Katarzyna Barnak Colorful display boards line the tables while eager students rush into the lunchroom. In the midst of this commotion, a smiling Jorge Franco strolls up and down the aisles with a cardboard sign above...

Cadet Brigadier General title returns to Lane

November 10, 2010

By Nicole Jacobs On Sept.17th 2010, Dolores Santillan,Div. 179, anxiously waited in her front row seat as Major General Anderson from the Air Force spoke at the podium. Although the room was packed with JROTC instructors and...

Chicago students react negatively to Arizona law

June 7, 2010

By Nistha Tamrakar Sporting events, colleges, students, and illegal immigrants have all been affected by the recent Arizona immigration law that was passed on April 23. In Arizona, the governor signed the nation’s toughest...

Polish plane crash leaves students sad, others suspicious

June 7, 2010

By Katarzyna Barnak On April 10, the world learned of the tragic Tupolev-154 crash in the woods of Smolensk, Russia. Aboard the plane was the Polish President, Lech Kaczynski, along with 95 others, including members of Parliament...

2011 senior class president ambitious about next year

June 7, 2010

By Jessica Barajas Just one month after winning, Senior Class President, Jonathan Caliso, Div. 175, already has big plans in store for 2011’s senior class, such as creating a Senior Youtube channel and selecting senior...

Class of 2010 valedictorian, salutatorian best of friends

June 7, 2010

By Caitlyn Kolakowski Words and phrases like, “bookworm”, “nerd”, and “social outcast” are often used to describe students who are ranked highest in their classes. For the valedictorian and salutatorian of this...

Lane’s drama students thrive in CPS theater competition

June 7, 2010

By Grace McQueeny On May 8 2010, Lane Drama students anxiously filed into Social Justice High School, marveling at its modern professional theater space where they would get to perform. After scanning their competition,...

Lane retiring teachers look back on treasured memories

June 7, 2010

By Safiya Merchant Besides the graduating seniors, Lane is also going to lose its four retiring teachers at the end of this school year: Ethnic Studies teacher Mr. Kimmons, Metal Shop teacher Mr. Hayden, Computer Info Tech...

Students learn dangers of texting while driving

June 7, 2010

By Alexandra Alexandru As he is driving his car down a one-way street, Andres Jacome, Div. 045, reaches for his phone to read the new text message he received. He checks the text and begins to write back when a car in the...

Slam team spits fire at 2010 Louder Than A Bomb Poetry Competition

May 17, 2010

By Safiya Merchant After the announcer calls her name, Jelaila Gonzalez, Div. 165, steps onto the platform and faces the audience at Columbia College. Skyscrapers can be seen through the large window behind her, and she...

Islamic awarness week educates students on religion

May 17, 2010

By Safiya Merchant Lane Tech’s Muslim Club sponsored its first Islamic Awareness Week from March 15-19. Each day was dedicated to a different event and discussion topic: Misconceptions About Islam, Islamic Art + Architecture,...

Lane goes to Wrigley

May 17, 2010

Through a donation from the Cubs Community Awareness Program, Lane students and staff spent their half day on April 14 enjoying a 7-6 Cubs victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. The game was very special for junior Gio Mejia...

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