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Issue 3
  • LT partakes in Secret Santa

    Throughout the month leading up to Thanksgiving break, Student Council and the Rotary Club have been working together to make this Christmas special. ...

  • Keep moving forward

    During the European Enlightenment of the 18th century, many new philosophical ideas emerged, including the idea of progress. The philosopher’s goal ...

  • Cafecito Bakery satisfies taste buds

    Hidden behind a few trees right across the Stone Avenue train station lies the new coffee shop Cafecito Bakery, located at 703 W. Hillgrove Ave. I con...

  • Reach for the stars

    The Red Planet. Most people know Mars as our rust-colored galactic neighbor, but could it also be our only hope? We as humans are consuming natural re...

  • Behind the scenes spotlight

    Ever since fifth grade, Justin Monarrez ‘18 has been passionate about all things theatre, especially production. Monarrez works year round to run th...

  • Best Buddies prepares for Holiday Party

    Twenty six days after their bowling party, the Best Buddies club is preparing for its next party: the Ugly Sweater Holiday Party. This will include an...

  • Blue light effect

    Growing up on the 2000s was so different than the picturesque game of tag on a green lawn you would want to imagine. Kids in the 2000s experienced a c...

  • A sweet, pricey experience in Chicago

    Bombobar (832 W. Randolph, Chicago, 60607) is easy to miss. It is hidden between two restaurants and only uses a small walk-up window to run business....

  • Proposed venture aims to colonize Mars

    In 2011, two aspiring scientists with a creative vision and extreme curiosity came together to launch an awe-inspiring mission with implications that ...

  • #MeToo draws attention

    Rape is not a topic that is easily discussed. It is not considered a socially acceptable thread of conversation. But with 312,500 men and women facing...

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The voice of Lyons Township students for more than 100 years