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MUN attends largest annual conference in Chicago

Naimah Arteaga, Reporter December 5, 2023

Starting on Dec. 7, Model UN (MUN) will be staying in downtown Chicago for their international conference. Students will stay at the Fairmont Hotel overnight for four days and participate in debates.  Several...

Store gains media exposure

Helena Vadbunker, Freelance Writer November 28, 2023

In her 14 years of owning the business, Tate’s owner Maria Marciniec has enjoyed people creating lasting memories in her store. This year’s filming and release of “Third Wheel” has her excited...

Spanish classes prepare for first Mexico trip since COVID-19 shutdown

Madeline Luciano, Freelance Writer November 28, 2023

Lyons Township High School prepares to go on its first trip to Mexico since the COVID-19 lockdown canceled two of their previous trips.  From March 16-30, 36 students will travel to Cuernavaca Mexico...

Speaker Gian Paul Gonzalez gives speech about his slogan All In to inspire students to put in their best effort into everything they do.

News Analysis: LT hosts IDSA convention

Rachel Kowalski, Reporter November 27, 2023

On Friday Oct. 27, I attended the Illinois Directors of Student Activities Convention at SC where I learned how to become a better student leader to not only improve the club that I’m involved in (Older...

Language World Cup winners announced

Blake McCracken , Freelance Reporter November 16, 2023

German Club sponsor Frau Murray, stood to the side of the NC soccer fields and watched proudly as German exchange students led German Club in a chant for the final Language World Cup game. It was Oct....

Community Advisory Council holds meeting

Aiden Fouliard, Reporter November 15, 2023

  Community relations and inclusion in discussing district wide topics at LT is very prominent and makes its appearance through LT Community Advisory Council (LTCAC). The advisory incorporates...

Blood drive returns for students and community

Molly James, Reporter November 10, 2023

On Nov. 16, LT is partnering with Versiti–previously Heartland Blood Centers–to hold the first blood drive of the school year. Students, staff, and community members will be able to donate blood starting...

Theatre Board produces musical ‘As You Like It’

Theatre Board produces musical ‘As You Like It’

Sofia D'Antonio, Reporter November 9, 2023

Starting on Nov. 9, the LT theater program is performing the romantic comedy, “As You Like It”, a musical based on William Shakespeare's original story, director Lawrence Keller said.  “I’m...

Club plans to host ‘Introduce a Girl to STEM’ day

Laken Wolf, Freelance Writer November 7, 2023

GEMS is in the midst of planning an Introduce a Girl to STEM event this year to inform young girls about STEM and all the opportunities they can have in that field.  GEMS stands for Girls in Engineering,...

Celebrando el Día del Bastón Blanco

Catherine Crousore, Art Director November 7, 2023

El Día del Bastón Blanco se celebra anualmente el 15 de octubre como un medio para identificar y empoderar a las personas ciegas y con discapacidad visual. Algunos de los estudiantes con discapacidad...

Board of Education joins social media lawsuit

Nina Ivancevic, Editor in chief October 31, 2023

The District 204 Board of Education (BOE) has decided to participate in the joint litigation against Meta Platforms Inc., Facebook Holdings LLC, Snap Inc., Tik Tok Inc., and Alphabet Inc. Other parties...

Celebrating White Cane Day

Catherine Crousore, Art Director October 31, 2023

White Cane Day is annually celebrated on Oct. 15 as a means for identifying and empowering people who are blind and visually impaired. Some of LT’s visually impaired students spread awareness this year...

1926-2027: Students carry on 100-year legacy

Lillian Davis, News Editor October 31, 2023

Current students Lenora Winkelman ‘27 and Grace Mascio ‘26 are following in their family’s footsteps as they continue the long line of LT alumni dating back five generations. The legacy left before...

LT celebrates Red Ribbon week

LT celebrates Red Ribbon week

Ava Hepokoski, Reporter October 31, 2023

Red Ribbon week is a full week dedicated to the importance of living a drug-free lifestyle. Every year, it is celebrated from Oct. 23 through Oct. 31, and offers opportunities for educators, parents, and...

Student leads project to restore SC Biology Courtyard

Mckinley Huffman, Managing Editor October 31, 2023

Most students visit the SC Biology courtyard once, if that, during their time at LT. Their knowledge of it is limited to what they can see through the windows, walking through the hallways as a freshman...

Students construct online news outlet

Matthew Klos, Photo editor October 31, 2023

In an era of plentiful polarized news outlets, three LT students have taken it upon themselves to provide a beacon of unbiased information and combat political polarization through their platform, “United...

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