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Tens claims the stage

Hallie Coleman, Assistant online/social media editor

The 11th annual Tens by Teens was held May 4, 5 and 6 in the SC PAC.  Tens By Teens is an opportunity for students to write, direct and act in plays. “My goal was t...

May 25, 2017No Comments

Art Explosion raises money for summer festival

Hallie Coleman, Assistant online/social media editor

Art Explosion hosted a fundraiser in the Corral on May 13, raising a total of $500. The fundraiser was created in order to raise money for a music and art festival in the...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Elementary school student endures typical life, despite health issues

May 24, 2017

St. Cletus third grade...

Arson reported in Western Springs

May 24, 2017

A vacant house on the 4900 b...

Relay walks for success

May 24, 2017

Hundreds of hand-decorated...

Vape use increases

May 24, 2017

High school students...

Bill to remove SAT transcript requirement passes Ill. Senate

May 24, 2017

The Illinois Senate approved...

Park district builds fitness center, joins health club competition

Park district builds fitness center, joins health club competition

May 24, 2017

The Park District of...

Chinese class travels to China as last year approaching

Chinese class travels to China as last year approaching

May 24, 2017

Walking the Great Wall...

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Issue #7: 5-25-17

June 1, 2017No Comments

Fan gives student wacky new ‘doo

Caroline Konstant, Pulse Editor

Student Mark Curley ‘18 was stunned when she found five inches of her hair on the floor moments after a ceiling fan blade detached and flew in her direction. Her hair was une...

June 1, 2017No Comments

Campus frustrated by geese

June 1, 2017

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    When looking for a meal in Chicago’s Greektown, it is very easy to become overwhelmed.  This small area is packed with restaurants that all serve a...

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    Revival of a classic

  • Stan’s donuts disappoints

    As I walk into the new District area of the Oak Brook shopping mall, I was welcomed into a warm and modern take on a food court. With a variety of opt...

  • Lucid dreaming

    Dreams provide us with images of our lives or things we have for which we have no explanation. For example, we may have a dream about a hard day at sc...

  • Senior impresses with musical drive

    The music program at LT covers plenty of ground—between band and orchestra, theater performances, vocal groups, radio shows and various other person...

  • This issue’s puzzle answers

    This issue’s puzzle answers

  • Topgolf offers exciting alternatives for outings

    When first approaching Topgolf Naperville (3211 Odyssey Ct., Naperville), one may think it’s just a typical golf range, but it’s far from that. Th...

  • Good luck with luck

    Luck is supposedly everywhere: in gambling, in science, in business and even in sports and academics. The point is that luck does not exist. It is rea...

  • Luck of the game

    Luck gives us the flexibility to explain the unexplainable. Whether it’s the so called “lucky” socks that you refuse to wash or the luck of the ...

  • Local teen travels abroad to use her ‘superpower’

    After many months of applications and interviews, last March Ayse Kelemet ‘18 received her Argentina acceptance letter, notifying her that she would...

The voice of Lyons Township students for more than 100 years
The voice of Lyons Township students for more than 100 years