Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Annette Suk

Annette Suk, Business Manager

As a senior, Annette is in her fourth and final year of journalism. It is also her first year as a Business Manager. Annette is a very excited FAME leader and will help out the community in NHS. Annette loves to bother her friends in her free time and is always prepared with a random rant.  She loves taking breaks and tends to make her life harder by getting distracted over the smallest items in her room while doing homework. Annette appreciates a good break but she can also get extremely serious at the task at hand and strives to present her best work. Annette finally chose to major in Psychology after having no clue what she wanted to do for the past three years.

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Sanya Ahuja, sophomore, initially downloaded TikTok as a joke. However, she began to be inspired by the content that other creators were making. Now, she makes transformation TikToks.

Generation of Trends

Annette Suk, Business Manager
May 21, 2021
COVID-19 brings about uncertain times for movie theaters as people are forced to stay home and watch their movies. Students like Isabelle Buccelli, senior, miss the days of going to movie theaters with her friends and wishes to go back to normal again.

The uncertainty of movie theaters

Annette Suk, Business Manager
March 2, 2021
Last year, part of the Scholastic Journalism Week celebration was raffling off baskets. The Bear Facts staff has decided to discontinue this tradition for safety reasons, but still plans to hold a fundraiser and  create more social media content.

[Photo] Altered events, steadfast values

Max Feldman, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2021
Before COVID-19, Orchesis was allowed to meet up in a large group and practice. Orchesis finds much difficulty to practice due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, through Zoom and Flipgrid, the team has managed to still learn new dances and share them.

Dancing through COVID-19

Annette Suk, Business Manager
February 17, 2021
A matcha drink from starbucks. Pretty, green, and pastel, but if you closed your eyes and gave it a taste, youd never know it was matcha.

Match-a-do about matcha

Annette Suk, Business Manager
November 5, 2020
Joe May, English teacher, and David Voss, History teacher, standing in front of La Antorcha de la Amistad (The Torch of Friendship). The duo have been close friends for about 15 years have have participated in engaging Charity Bash events that showcased their close friendship.

A dynamic duo

Annette Suk, Business Manager
October 20, 2020
Students are constantly pressured from school to succeed and prepare for the future. However, under quarantine, parents are also pressuring their children, causing many teens to lose their independence.

Locked down

Annette Suk, Business Manager
August 31, 2020
With the combination of middle schools, new friends are made. With similar interests, a “family” of the closest friends can be created, where they can cheer you up through difficult times.

The family I never knew I needed

Annette Suk, Events Coordinator
January 26, 2020
Brooke Johnston, freshman, races towards the finish line. Johnston loves to run and with her fast times, she was able to compete in State as a freshman.

Running to the top

Annette Suk, Events Coordinator
January 7, 2020
Technical theater students continue on the tradition of rock climbing. The group has a passion for rock climbing and has many fond memories together.

ROCKing the wall

Annette Suk, Event Coordinator
December 13, 2019
For history enthusiasts, History Club is the perfect place to learn more about historical events and unique facts. History Club makes history fun with videos, PowerPoints, and games.

Calling all history enthusiasts!

Annette Suk, Event Coordinator
October 27, 2019
Xander Villacorta, junior, had to take a break from lacrosse after he injured his leg. However, he has been able to pursue his passions for art and stage crew.

Can’t stop won’t stop

Annette Suk, Event Coordinator
September 27, 2019
As the future draws near, students have been spending their summer college visiting. Students observed the appearance of different campuses and was able to experience what websites cannot provide.

No time like the present

Annette Suk, Events Coordinator
September 2, 2019
In the recent years, colleges are allowing students to choose their roommates, adding stress and excitement for the future. Callie Kleinke, senior, was searching for a roommate she could bond well with and preferred to choose her roommate rather than allowing her college to pick out her roommate.


Annette Suk, Staff Writer
May 24, 2019
Senior events are coming up before graduation. Once they graduate, they will leave LZHS forever and establish their future elsewhere.

A time for celebration

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
May 21, 2019
Name brands are popular among teens in school and it is the normal scene to see people wearing Pink, Nike, and Adidas. However, name brands can be associated with trying to fit in other social groups.

For fashion or for show?

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
April 13, 2019
The Thompson family holds a strong love and passion for music. (From left to right) J.T. Thompson, junior; Josh Thompson, band director; and Kate Thomson, freshmen, come together as a family to perform their music.

A note-worthy family

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
March 18, 2019
While many are intimidated by the thought of finals, some freshmen were surprised of the easiness of them. Studying and preparing for finals can be just as difficult as taking the final itself.

Freshmen firsts

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
February 5, 2019
Robert Mepham, senior, thinks through his next chess move.  For him, the game is a mental challenge that he enjoys and that keeps his mind sharp.

Game for the brain

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
December 14, 2018
Pumpkin spice lattes are a staple in many students fall diets, but do they really own up to the taste? Sadly, the taste of the lattes were not as delicious as expected.

Spicing it up

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
November 5, 2018
Blue-outs were the theme of Dress Up Fridays years ago, with only seniors allowed to dress up. Four years ago, the new change on Fridays allows the whole student section to dress up for a theme to show off their LZ pride.

A step back

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
October 18, 2018
Sophomores Rachael Lee and Elizabeth Yen discuss their quiz corrections with Elizabeths sister, Tiffany Yen. 5 underclassmen take AP Stats this year, breaking the norm, as it is a class typically taken by upperclassmen.

Breaking boundaries

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
October 5, 2018
The decision between staying on task for homework and distracting oneself with technology effects on their effort and time. Teachers voice out their concern over students and their usage on technology, and some may have a problem choosing.

Two sides of the same class

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
August 24, 2018
As the school year begins, resolutions are made and goals are being set. Keeping track with school and its homework comes with the new year and may be a resolution.

New school year, new me

Annette Suk, Staff Writer
August 21, 2018
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