District Choral Festival will be held in fieldhouse

jemma kim, staff writer

October 24, 2014

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All District 95 choirs will perform together at the 16th annual District Choral Festival on Saturday, October 25 in the LZHS fieldhouse.   Choirs from all over the district, ranging from... Read more »

New Staff Spirit Squad prepares for upcoming events

hannah bostrom, staff writer

October 23, 2014

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This year, teachers came together to form the Staff Spirit Squad to come up with fun ways to show teacher spirit and make money for charity bash, including an upcoming cook off.   So far,... Read more »

Teen Read Week includes raffle of six autographed books

katie szarkowicz, staff writer

October 16, 2014

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Six books signed by their authors will be raffled off during the Young Adult Library Services Association’s Teen Read Week and the proceeds will be given to Charity Bash's 2014 charity.   Teen... Read more »

Young musicians will compete their way to the top in Battle of the Bands

julia ketcham, staff writer

October 14, 2014

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Young, undiscovered artists in music will be performing this Wednesday, October 15, in the PAC at 7pm.   "Battle of the Bands is a showcase of all the talent in our school. Since the bands... Read more »

An inside look at the causes of different colored eyes

katie szarkowicz, staff writer

October 9, 2014

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Blue, green, brown, and hazel are all common eye colors. Usually both of a person’s eyes are one uniform color. But, in some cases a person might have two different colored eyes, or one partially different colored eye.   This... Read more »

Protecting light colored eyes

madison hart, staff writer

October 8, 2014

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Sunscreen may protect the skin from the sun, but people with light colored eyes need more than just SPF to protect themselves. Both green and blue eyes are a lot more sensitive and at risk for long term problems then brown... Read more »

Pregnant teachers choose color for nursery

michael gallagher, staff writer

October 7, 2014

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Preparing for a baby does not just mean consistent doctor appointments and scheduling birthing classes. Getting the nursery prepared and ready for the baby is a large part of women’s pregnancy. Julie Osterhaus, English teacher,... Read more »

Blue Man Group takes the stage in Chicago

genna danial & julia ketcham, staff writers

October 6, 2014

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Throughout the month of October, the Blue Man Group will be performing at the Briar Street Theatre in downtown Chicago.   The Blue Man Group, well known for being painted completely blue, wearing only black,... Read more »

Paulus Park to host chili cook-off

madison hart, staff writer

October 3, 2014

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The Barn Burnin' Chili cook-off takes place Sunday, October 5 at Paulus Park for the first time in over five years.   The cook-off costs $20 for cooks and $3 for spectators. Spectators... Read more »