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Mikaela Larson, Reporter
Fourteen of LION Newspaper’s second year staffers boarded a bus to Indianapolis Nov. 10, 2016 to attend the national high school journalism conference presented by National... Read More »
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Christina Rossetti, Reporter
In Illinois, one in seven people struggle with hunger according to Feeding America. Each year, the LT community attempts to help lower that number by having its annual Food... Read More »
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La Grange celebrates Holiday Night
December 1, 2016
La Grange will be filled... Read More »
Literary magazine takes gold at national competition
At the annual Columbia... Read More »
LT participates in Secret Santa
The spirit of giving... Read More »
Teen accidents increasing
Recently, the number of t... Read More »
Homeless numbers remain steady
Recently, homeless programs ... Read More »
History effects bell tower function
When people think of... Read More »
Internet slows problems at LT
At the beginning of the scho... Read More »
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What's your favorite Christmas song?
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Charlie Stelnicki, Managing editor of print content
In this time of newfangled crazes like BuzzFeed and other online quizzes and old(er)-school trends like daily horoscopes, there never seems to be an end of quick ways to definitively... Read More »
Frank’s on First review
December 2, 2016
Tim Mikulski, Art Director
In a saturated market for Mediterranean lunch joints, restaurants go to great lengths to try to separate themselves from the pack. Naf Naf Grill thankfully forgoes the pretense... Read More »
The world constantly revolves around the way we look. It is difficult to avoid the constant comparisons that people make with themselves and others. Sara Nutley ’14 found hers... Read More »
Choker business combines fashion with clarity
Athlete of the Month: Connor Niego
Boys swim and dive begins season
On Nov. 8, a plurality of electoral college votes were won by a businessman who used a populist message to capture the dissatisfaction the white working ... Read More »
Juliana Halpin, Managing editor of online content/social media content
Look at any issue of People magazine or US Weekly, turn on your TV, check Twitter or Facebook, or look just about anywhere and you're almost certain to... Read More »
Point: It’s time to Make America Great Again
This year’s presidential... Read More »
Type A? Type B? Both.
In this time of newfangled crazes like BuzzFeed and other online quizzes and old(er)-school trends like daily horoscopes, there never seems to be an e...
Naf Naf Grill goes above and beyond
In a saturated market for Mediterranean lunch joints, restaurants go to great lengths to try to separate themselves from the pack. Naf Naf Grill thank...
LT alumna finds relief after body image struggle
The world constantly revolves around the way we look. It is difficult to avoid the constant comparisons that people make with themselves and others. ...
Social media’s effect on our body image
Before the days of social media apps like Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook, we were only exposed to the perfect bikini body and abs on billbo...
‘This + That,’ popular online blog, takes off
In the middle of summer 2016, sisters Lizzie '14 and Catherine Everett '17 started Giving Sol, a business focused around bringing awareness to specif...
Lack of zzz’s
For the past couple of years, the majority of high school students have shared one commonality: insufficient sleep schedules, and according to the Nat...
Restaurant opens in LaGrange
Escape room offers, thrills, fun for all
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