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Lane identified as fourth largest school in nation

December 18, 2009

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By Karen Baena On Dec 9th Lane was named the 4th largest school in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Lane was also given a silver rank/status in America’s Best High Schools. The largest school in the country...

Freshman enjoy first “Movie Night” with STARS mentors

December 18, 2009

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By Ben Palmer & Bill Felton As the movie Get Smart began playing for freshmen and their STARS mentors attending the Dec. 10 movie night, the students interested in watching found their way to the front to be closer to the...

Operation Christmas Child reaches out to less fortunate

December 18, 2009

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By Tempestt Daniel On Nov. 20th, One @ Lane club members and other Lane students showed up to room 226 holding shoe boxes filled with assortments of small toys, hygiene materials, and school supplies. They wrapped the boxes...

Holiday drive gives back to community students

December 18, 2009

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By Katarzyna Barnak & Mary Nguyen “No one has ever become poor by giving” read the words of Anne Frank across the top of a fundraising informational poster by stairway M on the first floor. Posters like these may persuade...

Chicago loses bid for 2016 Olympic games

October 16, 2009

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By Gabrielle Williams October 2 was an eventful day for Lane Tech because it was the 2009-2010 Pep Rally and Homecoming. But it was also an important day for Chicago as it was in the bid to be host city for the 2016 Olympic...

Commit to Courage Ceremony honors WWII veteran

October 16, 2009

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By Caitlyn Kolakowski Medal of Honor recipient, Colonel Walter Joseph Marm, Jr., was honored Thursday, Sept. 16, at Lane’s Commit to Courage ceremony in the auditorium. Marm is a retired colonel who served in the...

Upcoming play showcases problems of post-war family

October 16, 2009

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By Tempestt Daniel Lane’s fall play All My Sons will debut on Nov. 10, and run through Nov. 14. All My Sons portrays a family that struggles through lies, denial, death, and post-war trauma as they deal with the...

Drill Hall returned to JROTC after two years

October 16, 2009

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By Vanessa Landa After a wait of two years, the drill hall, located underneath Lane stadium, was finally returned to the JROTC this school year. According to Colonel Kochheiser, Dr. LoBosco gave JROTC a sufficient...

Hand sanitizer stations help Lane students stay flu-free

October 16, 2009

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By Melanie Johnson With swine flu still on the minds of so many as flu season approaches, Lane has taken extra precautions against the spread of the virus by installing 24 hand sanitizer stations around the school. ...

Auditorium elevator gives lift to handicapped students

October 16, 2009

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By Alejandra Jimenez Before an elevator was added to the auditorium, wheelchair-bound students found it difficult to enter and exit. Now this has changed, thanks to the elevator that was added this summer. Upon hearing...

Lane bathrooms get makeovers

October 16, 2009

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By Julie Dimas Several Lane bathrooms received makeovers during the summer and are now painted yellow and gold, have toilets with automatic flushing systems, are equipped with automatic air-blowing hand dryers, and are more...

Graduation in Lane Stadium seems unlikely

October 16, 2009

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By Karen Baena It’s early in the school year, but the class of 2010 wonders if they will be able to graduate in Lane Stadium, now that the stands’ renovations have ended. In 2007, the senior class was ready...

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