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Stressing while testing

By Luwam Dichma

June 3, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Students enter the foreign building called a library, a place where there is an extensive amount of books and resources to increase one’s knowledge. Juniors race to the section that holds hundreds of ACT practice books and blo...

Does a sport by any other name smell as sweet?

By Klaudia Maciag

June 3, 2015

Filed under Opinion

When people think of sports, they think of a scoring system that usually involves a ball and a goal or net of some sort. The less likely it seems that there is an official scoring system, the less likely people are to perceive...

#TheStruggleIsReal: Paying for college

By Klaudia Maciag

April 1, 2015

Filed under Opinion

You have applied to a few colleges but there is only one that matters. You know you should not expect a response so soon after submitting your application. A couple weeks after submitting your application, you find a letter in...

Childhood movies making a comeback

By Kim Wallace

April 1, 2015

Filed under Opinion

When we were little, we always wanted to be older, but now that we finally are, things can be tough. Watching childhood Disney movies can bring us back to the time we still believed in fairytales and superheroes. It is safe...

Going cell-phone free for a day

By Anna Lagattuta

April 1, 2015

Filed under Opinion

About 4 years ago, I watched a video that had been posted on a frequently viewed Youtube channel. The channel, called SantagatoTv, is run by a young guy in his 20s, who uses humor to discuss events in his life, or common trends...

Married to the game

Married to the game

February 13, 2015

Symbol of honor is held close to student hearts

February 13, 2015

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Uncategorized

TO THE EDITOR:    A school mascot is something that students should be able to support. The mascot is a symbol of school spirit and something that is used around the country to help students engage and have an exciting high ...

Planning the summer of a lifetime

By Klaudia Maciag

February 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

   Traveling and backpacking across Europe, finding jobs, and learning new things can all be done over the summer.    Three months may not seem like enough time to do all the things you want, but you can accomplish a lot in...

Feminism is equality for the sexes, not more power

February 13, 2015

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Uncategorized

TO THE EDITOR:    Feminism should be about equality for both men and women, not just gaining rights for women. In order for there to be change there cannot be two groups of feminism.   Complete equality of the sexes is truly...

Diversity at Lane benefits students

By Kim Wallace

February 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion

   At Lane, it is clearer than 20/20 vision that our school is very diverse.    Diversity is defined as various kinds or forms. Lane mirrors that definition being diverse ethnically, personality and style-wise.    Stu...

Dealing with college rejection

By Cassidy Mullins

February 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Every year the college application process takes over the lives of seniors across the country. The end goal of all of those forms, essays, and recommendation letters is finding an acceptance letter in the mail from the school of ...

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