The Warrior

The bits and pieces of civility

By Mia Purnell, Managing Editor

February 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I wondered about civility and how often in a day we actually see it. I find civility so rare that I actually have to think about what it means to be civil and stretch its definition to fit what I may see on the street....

Dating in the Digital Age

By Casey Bridge

February 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion

For as long as there have been hormonal teenagers, there have been high school relationships. Many go into high school with the hopes that every romantic movie they’ve ever seen will become a reality as they lock eyes with ...

I determine my worth — my dress does not

By Florence Rhodes, Op-Ed Contributor

February 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I still wonder why the dress I wore to school one day over a year ago was deemed “inappropriate.” It was black, knee length — spattered with white flowers. There was an oversized bow on the back that covered my bra st...

Civics: the ‘blow-off’ class that will soon be a graduation requirement     

By Ewelina Nowak, Op-Ed Contributor

December 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion

What is civics? Within the next four years, every Illinois high school student will know.    Ironically, even some students taking civics at Lane right now do not know. Civics has a reputation for being a blow-off, free peri...

Our future is in the hands of CPS teachers

By Elena Sandoval

December 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion

As a child, I remember waking up at four in the morning and hearing the computer’s keys being hit one after the other. I would go to the kitchen where the only light that filled the room was the computer screen. I would see...

Joe Biden, Steve Jobs, and Princess Diana walk into a bar…

By Bella Cardenas, News/Web Editor

December 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion

If someone would have told me that Steve Jobs, master of the universe, the father of smartphones, billionaire extraordinaire had a GPA of 2.65 out of a 4.0 scale… well, I probably would not have been taking all of these advanced...

XOXO Gossip Girl: Lane drama moves to Instagram

By Nicole Sharp

December 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me — a phrase that we often heard in our childhood experiences. But as we grow up and we face the pressures to fit and look and act the right way, are these wo...

Filtering Facebook

Filtering Facebook

November 22, 2015

A presidential candidate with little hair and large opinions

By Elena Sandoval

November 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion

This summer social media and news outlets were buzzing with news about one shocking Republican presidential front-runner. A man who is well known for his temper, money, toupee and his famous line, “You’re fired!” Donal...

@ Me Next Time

By Colin Boyle

November 2, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Everyone has their own means of livelihood:  lawyer, firefighter, teacher, etc. Each position holds its own expectations, monetary support, you name it. From a young age for some, working becomes a lifestyle, let alone doing an...

Well . . . that happened

By Isabel Trumbull

June 14, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The four taboo P’s of conversation: Politics, Prayers, Pay-checks, and Periods. October 2014 - I found myself both mildly amused and incredibly horrified in line in front of Dr. Dignam whilst buying a box of tampons at Walgreens. The...

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