The Warrior

Alumni Association offers grant money to teachers

May 17, 2010

By Brianna Toney & Alison Bellechasse Over $2,500 was made available to Lane teachers in December thanks to the new Grant Program established by the Alumni Association. The program was created to help provide materials...

Food policy forces students to bite off more than they can chew

May 17, 2010

By Alexandra Alexandru Phibin Philip, Div. 275, enters the lunchroom and grabs a main course, fries, and a salad. He eats the main course, tastes the fries, but throws away the salad completely untouched. Philip...

Locker room theft raises questions of security, common sense

May 17, 2010

By Fiza Javid When the boys from Coach Lollino’s 2nd period Tournament Competition class returned from Clark Park on Tuesday, April 21, they found that 15 lockers had been clipped and some of their valuable possessions...

CTA bus route changes force students to adjust travel times

May 17, 2010

By Julie Dimas It is a Saturday evening, around nine o' clock. Temperatures are cold and Andres Paz, Div. 020, is waiting for the Peterson bus. Several minutes have passed and still no sign of a bus. After 45 minutes, he...

Underwater robot contest could lead to Hawaii trip

February 9, 2010

By Bianca Rodriguez As the weather outside remains cold, John Green’s physics class imagines how hot Hawaii might be. Hawaii is where this year’s nationals will be held for an underwater robot building contest. ...

‘Boobies’ get support

February 9, 2010

By Ben Palmer Wherever there is a bare wrist, retailer, Zumiez, is prepared to cover it with the slogan, “BOOBIES!” Students, supporting breast cancer, face skeptical looks, snide remarks, and a general “WOW”...

Chemistry students compete to make best ‘moles’

February 9, 2010

By Mary Nguyen Moles have infested the chemistry room as a tradition at Lane. However, they are not real moles, just artificial “moles” that chemistry students make as a competition to see which student can create the...

Alpha Program proves tougher than expected

February 9, 2010

By Caitlyn Kolakowski Getting into a selective enrollment school, like Lane, is a triumph in itself, but for a select few they receive an invitation to be a part of the Alpha program as well. Only about 55 students...

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...

Lane Special Ed. aide, Walterine Briscoe, passes away

February 9, 2010

By Natasha Byrd Mrs.Walterine Briscoe, a prominent member of the Special Education Department and staff of Lane, passed away on Wed, Jan. 6, after a long fight with cancer. She was 58 years old. The passing of Briscoe...

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