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Lorde releases new album

Lorde releases new album

Returns with “Solar Power” after four year break
Macy Hepokoski, Indepth Editor September 13, 2021

After her four year hiatus from producing music and social media, Lorde announced her third album “Solar Power” with the release of her single “Solar Power” on Aug. 20. Lorde’s single, released...

Crumbl Cookie Review

Crumbl Cookie Review

Evelyn Kowalski and Molly Burke September 10, 2021

Tryfecta Dunkin Donuts Fall Line Review

Tryfecta Dunkin’ Donuts Fall Line Review

Janessa Mosqueda, Grace Moore, and Abe Morales September 8, 2021

Farmers Skillet followed by the Mexican Skillet and Meat Lovers Omlette (Sullivan/LION).

Original Pancake House boasts long, tasty menu

Robert Sullivan, Sports Editor May 25, 2021

Sizzling bacon strips and a spacious dining room layout created a pleasant first impression as I entered the Original Pancake House. The opening, right off LaGrange road, makes it the third in the suburbs...

Keep the Block Schedule

Position: LT needs to keep a similar block schedule next year as we transition to full in-person learning.
May 25, 2021

Our position: LT needs to keep a similar block schedule next year as we transition to full in-person learning. Imagine the pain and horror that would run rampant through the hallways of LT (North and...

Formatives are the real culprit

May 25, 2021

Our position: LT’s new formative assignment policy is primarily to blame for the high increase in failure rates Recently, LION reported that LT has seen an unusually high number of students failing,...

Privacy is dead

John Hepp, Editor-In-Chief May 25, 2021

Our privacy is dead, and no one seems to care. Our phone calls, text messages and search histories are available to both the government and private companies. Our data is no longer our own. The reasons...

Down with the royals

Quinn Riordan, Art Director May 25, 2021

The British monarchy has long been a symbol of the United Kingdom and its history and traditions—both within the nation and around the world. Over 17 million people watched Oprah Winfrey’s interview...

Maintain the Monarchy

Rory Quealy, Assistant Web Editor May 25, 2021

Along with millions of people worldwide, I tuned in to Oprah Winfrey’s highly anticipated interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on March 7. Like many others, I was stunned and upset to hear them...


Claire Williams May 25, 2021

I’m a winter person. This year, like every year, I wanted the temperature to stay colder a little longer, the snow to melt a little slower. But this year, like every year, it didn’t matter what I wanted...

Screen play displays some Vincent Ban Goghs iconic work (photo by Robert Sullivan/LION)

Immersive Vincent van Gogh Exhibit debuts in Chicago

Tribute to Post-Impressionism painter dazzles audience with design
Robert Sullivan, Sports Editor May 18, 2021

With 500,000 cubic feet of projections and 90,000,000 pixels, Chicago’s Immersive Vincent van Gogh Exhibit pays the ultimate homage to the Post-Impressionism painter. The exhibit, one of 19 locations...

We need a required vaccine

We need a required vaccine

Brooke Chomko, Reporter May 18, 2021

With the school administration’s recent announcement of a full return to school in the fall of 2021 and a shift back to the normal class schedule, it is key that the students and staff are kept as safe...

MMB burger

Milk Money Brewing Company brings first brewery to LaGrange

Morgan Fry, Reporter May 18, 2021

Floor to ceiling open windows beckon guests into Milk Money Brewing Company from the moment they walk by the restaurant on LaGrange road. Turquoise accents in the seating, black metal bars running across...

Artichoke pesto with grilled peppers pizza
(photo by Brooke Chomko/LION)

Billy Bricks brings new pizza spot to LaGrange

Brooke Chomko, Reporter April 22, 2021

Even with LaGrange’s proximity to the quality pizza places Chicago boasts, we have our fair share of well-loved spots in our own downtown area. With the closure of Fireside pizza, a new establishment,...

Van Gogh exhibit (Mosqueda/LION)

Van Gogh Immersive Exhibit Review

Janessa Mosqueda and Grace Moore March 12, 2021

Photo of my Grandpa (furthest left) and his family in the internment camps with a fake wall behind them to imitate a “real house”.

The anxiety of being Asian American

Emmerson McLean March 5, 2021

As a half white-half Japanese woman living in America, you learn to ignore the frequent racist slurs whispered behind your back, the stretching of kids’ eyes to mock the distinct almond-eye shape of...

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