LION Newspaper

Issue 2- Oct. 24, 2019

November 8, 2019

https://issuu.com/lionnewspaper8/docs/issue__2_10-24-19

LT proposes new club

Scarlett Lestina, Freelance Writter

November 7, 2019

As seniors at Lyons Township, Bella Dziak ‘20 and Greta Molek ‘20 are in the process of creating a proposal for a new club based on the environment. With a passion to lessen their carbon footprint, they hope to lessen LT’s footprint as well. “Learning about the issues going on in the world ma...

Boys varsity soccer advances into postseason

Boys varsity soccer advances into postseason

Tommy Layden, Sports Co-Editor

November 7, 2019

In the boys last game of the regular season the team played Argo on Oct. 17. The Lions prevailed in a 1-0 victory despite changing things up on the field. The team will have play Argo again in the second round of the playoffs on Friday Oct. 25 at Argo Highschool. “[We were] pretty sad being out [there]...

Stipend committee denies club proposal

Sophia Schultz, Reporter

November 1, 2019

In search of taking on leadership positions, Winnie Nevis ‘21 and Lillie George ‘21 decided to start a club that would include making friendship bracelets but also serve as a safe place for people to have the opportunity to open up about anything that they would want to. “[Lillie] got inspi...

Worthy Women Launch

Worthy Women Launch

Morgan Fry, Freelance Writter

November 1, 2019

Beginning her junior year as an LT student, Tatiana Thomas ‘21 knew she wanted to make a difference. Inspired by her latest read, “Girl Made of Stars”, Thomas sparked an idea. She wanted to show girls at LT that they are worthy of love and success. In an effort to carry out her aspirations, Tho...

Artist of the Month: October

Paige Darling, Assistant Multimedia Editor

October 31, 2019

In order to highlight LT’s own artistic community, LION has decided to choose a creator every month, one who works in various forms in the art world. We hope to showcase traditional art mediums, like drawings and paintings, along with more modern forms such as photography, short films, music and po...

Halloween classics recommended by LION for you!

Nina Shearrill, Multimedia Editor

October 31, 2019

Whether it is Halloween night, or any other night of the year, Halloween films can add fun and fear to your night. If you don't know what to watch, look no further! We have done half the job for you; just watch this video for some great movie recommendations and pick your poison.

Miranda Lambert concert review

Kaitlyn Joyner, Reporter

October 31, 2019

Miranda Lambert kickstarted the weekend early on Thursday Oct. 10. Her ‘girl power’ themed tour “Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars” stopped in Urbana-Champaign for a passionate and energetic concert. Along with Lambert was country-pop star Maren Morris, young artist Tenille Townes and fellow ...

LT V. HC

LT V. HC

Maggie Kahn, Sports Co-Editor

October 31, 2019

After a season full of ups and downs, the varsity football team looks to end the season on a high note, as they approach the Hinsdale Central away game on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. “I think that [varsity Coach Dan] Hartman’s experience with [Hinsdale Central] could give us an advantage, but it will real...

Bengston’s Pumpkin Farm: A staple for Chicagoland fall festivities

Robert Sullivan, Reporter

October 29, 2019

Located just over 30 miles southwest of Chicago, Bengston’s Pumpkin Farm is a family friendly seasonal attraction assorted with rides, entertainment, and a wide variety of food. Perhaps the most highly anticipated Bengston’s treat would be the fresh apple cider donuts they boast as “Chicago’s...

Two perspectives: A look into native Chicagoan, Virgil Abloh’s, exhibit at the MCA

Paige Darling and Alfonso Fernandez

October 24, 2019

Click here to view two LION staffers' perspectives on Virgil Abloh's exhibit in Chicago's very own Museum of Contemporary Art....

Club helps start up businesses abroad

Alfonso Fernandez, Reporter

October 24, 2019

During their freshman year, Andrew Hojjat ‘21 and Alexandar Kostich’s ‘21 AP Human Geography class had a Rotary International sponsor arrive to discuss the organization’s microfinance projects in multiple South African countries. Rotary International is a nonprofit organization that aims towards spr...

Editorial: Computer Carts Essential For Athletic Study Hall

October 24, 2019

Our position: Computer carts are essential for athletic study hall Athletic study hall is an invaluable resource to busy student athletes. It allows them a free period to complete work for other classes, in hopes that they can make up time lost at practices, games and meets. It also provides for a b...

‘Joker’ movie premieres in theaters

Dani Almase, Pulse Co-Editor

October 24, 2019

From Jack Nicholson in the first theatrical “Batman” in 1989, to the iconic Heath Ledger in the 2008 “Dark Night”, to Jared Leto in the juvenile “Suicide Squad”, the villain Joker has been portrayed by many different and famous actors. However, none of them compare to Joaquin Phoenix’s outsta...

Chicago Crime and Haunting

Mia Bonfiglio, Pulse Co-Editor

October 24, 2019

The city of Chicago holds a variety of crime and ghost stories throughout history. Here we explore the notoriously known criminals of Chicago and their crimes along with a variety of hauntings in the Chicago area.   Killer Clown John Gacy experienced an abusive childhood and struggled with dete...

ATOM: Trell Harris

Kate Ferrel, Reporter

October 24, 2019

On the North Field of New Trier on Aug 30. the varsity football team had its first game of the season. Wide receiver Trell Harris ’22 opened the season with the first touchdown of the year. “I’ve been dreaming about this ever since I started playing football,” Harris said. Harris starte...

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