LION Newspaper

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.

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....

Behind the scenes of So__You’ll__:XI

Nina Shearrill, Multimedia

September 20, 2019

Enjoy this video that gives you a little glimpse of what it is like in an improv rehearsal with all the funny moments included.

Artist of the Month: September

Paige Darling, Assistant Multimedia Editor

September 20, 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...

Point Counterpoint Counterpoint: Stopping Climate Change (article/video)

Point Counterpoint Counterpoint: Stopping Climate Change (article/video)

Isabella Sorice, Nicole Klein, and Olivia Janik

April 16, 2019

Scientists are generally in consensus: the Earth's climate is changing, and it threatens to upend our lives in many ways. With the melting of the glaciers transforming our seafront—throwing huge sums of money in real estate at risk of being lost—people are asking, "how can we stop this?" With the pace of n...

Do It For Dominic fundraiser helps preserve student’s legacy

Do It For Dominic fundraiser helps preserve student’s legacy

Nina Shearrill, Business Manager

April 8, 2019

The ‘Do It For Dominic’ event has been raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer in the local La Grange and La Grange Park areas since 2008. After the passing of Ogden Avenue second-grader Dominic Cairo in 2011, Ogden Avenue Elementary Student Council and their advisor, Tara Peterson, began ...

Brownstock in photos

Brownstock in photos

Isabella Sorice and Grace Kulat

March 22, 2019

LT's student music festival, Brownstock, kicked off on the morning of April 22, highlighting the musical prowess of the LT student body. The LION was there to help transport you to the highly-anticipated festival—through photos. To follow along through the rest of the day, make sure to follow our Tw...

Point-Counterpoint: Presidential experience (video/article)

Point-Counterpoint: Presidential experience (video/article)

Grace Dekoker and Greg Smith

March 6, 2019

The president of the United States is one of the most powerful people in the free world. The influence of the United States on the world stage is massive, but the list of requirements to become the President of the United States is only three things long: be 35 years old, be born in the U.S. and have...

Podcast: Happenings Of The Halls Ep. 4 – More Condos?

Podcast: Happenings Of The Halls Ep. 4 – More Condos?

Lars Lonnroth, Managing Editor of Breaking News and Multimedia Content

February 28, 2019

A 100 year-old building and antique mall may be torn down in order to build more condos if a developer's plans are approved. But, according to some residents, they ask: "Does LaGrange need more condos?" The Happenings of the Halls tells you about it. And after that, The LION talks about Brownstock...

Food Insecurity Podcast

Food Insecurity Podcast

Lars Lonnroth, Managing Editor of Breaking News and Multimedia Content

February 25, 2019

When you think of a town like LaGrange and Western Springs, it can be hard to conceive that food insecurity is an issue impacting people in our communities. Regardless of our perceptions, however, food insecurity is an issue some in our school community do have to deal with. The LION delved deep into...

Blackout Game brings LT together for game, Josie Dunne Appearance

Blackout Game brings LT together for game, Josie Dunne Appearance

Lars Lonnroth and Tommy Layden

February 25, 2019

As the LT pep band “Brass, Wind and Fire” blasted the LT school song, members of the LT student section bobbed their head and clapped along to the beat. A big game was about to begin. For the 11th year in a row, the LT Blackout Game drew countless LT students to the NC fieldhouse—with the LT stu...

Point-Counterpoint: DNA testing (article/video)

Point-Counterpoint: DNA testing (article/video)

Diane Makovic and Olivia Janik

February 20, 2019

There have been  countless strides in DNA technology in recent years and those strides have resulted in a surge in popularity for DNA testing services. But some people have concerns about the information you're giving away when you find out more about your DNA. Two LION Newspaper staffers debate...

Rock-a-thon 2019 in photos

Rock-a-thon 2019 in photos

Lars Lonnroth, Managing Editor of Breaking News and Multimedia Content

February 19, 2019

WLTL's annual fundraiser Rock-a-thon took to the airwaves presidents day weekend and brought in around $22,000 to help keep the radio station running. Here are some of the scenes of the Rock-a-thon festivities.

Photos: All School Assembly 2019

Photos: All School Assembly 2019

Camilla Breen, Pulse Editor

February 13, 2019

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