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Grace Dekoker, Freelance writer
Nina Wimmer ‘18 held her suitcase in a white-knuckled grip as she walked up the unfamiliar driveway of her new house. A long day of travel left her exhausted, and she wanted... Read More »
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Lars Lonnroth, Free lance writer
Nearly 150 people gathered outside La Grange Village Hall on Feb. 1, in a public display of displeasure over President Donald Trump’s executive order. It barred t... Read More »
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New Year’s Eve march remembers gun violence victims
February 1, 2017
CHICAGO—People shopping... Read More »
Potential change for Consumer Economics
January 27, 2017
In an attempt to allow... Read More »
New directors bring new ideas, new theme
Senior year is a year... Read More »
Possible outdoor movie event
Spring of 2017, Student Council int... Read More »
Blood drives decrease national shortage
Since 1981, LT has been... Read More »
Western Springs apartment work begins
After a lengthy approval... Read More »
Outgoing president offers hope for nation: ‘Yes, we did’
On the night of Tuesday... Read More »
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Who is your secret valentine?
Grant Campbell, Assistant news editor
Last year Johnny Mologousis ‘17 placed second in the state meet as a junior, assisting him in securing his long-awaited leadership role as a captain for LT varsity wrest... Read More »
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Tim Mikulski, Art director
I was in kindergarten when I swore for the first time. I found myself part of a hushed, wide-eyed lunchtime circle discussing a horrifying new word another kid had learned... Read More »
All the news that’s fit to print
Luke Lusson, Reporter
With two tough road games against York and Glenbard West looming, the LT boys varsity basketball team knew it needed to get a win at home on Friday.
And the team did jus... Read More »
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Intramural soccer final approaches
Poms takes the stage at first IHSA competition
January 20, 2017
Harris opts to retire from football
December 2, 2016
Henry Groya, Reporter
During the Vietnam War era, liberalism was considered to be the counterculture. Being a liberal or left-leaning thinker was “cool, hip, and original.”... Read More »
Feb 17 • No Comments
On Feb. 1, Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at the University of California at Berkeley on the topic of what defines an ... Read More »
Like to complain about the ACT and SAT? Think twice about the alternative
February 17, 2017
It's almost that time of the year a... Read More »
The best albums of 2016
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” Review
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...
Frank’s on First review
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
Choker business combines fashion with clarity
In the middle of summer 2016, sisters Lizzie '14 and Catherine Everett '17 started Giving Sol, a business focused around bringing awareness to specif...
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