Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

The Alice in Wonderland cast and crew meet up in the Performing Arts Center. The show will be on February 10-12,

The show must go on

Carmine Virginelli, Bear Facts Contributor
February 1, 2022
Orchestra students are performing on stage again with a live audience.

Concerts and covid

Emma Harper, Staff Writer
December 6, 2021
Bear Facts Student Media members, McKenzie Rough (junior), Sasha Kek (senior), Parker Carley (junior), and Lindsey Bitzer (sophomore), pose as they show off one of the masks used in the mask review experiment.

Fashion and function

Lindsey Bitzer, Staff Writer
November 3, 2021
Last Sunday, on October 3, students from different clubs and sports put up decorations in preparation for homecoming at the end of this week. Although the homecoming dance and assembly may look different this year, Student Council and Senior Class Board have had to create a different plan than usual.

Homecoming assembly, dance planned for outdoor spaces

Jane Yu, Digital Editor-in-Chief
October 6, 2021
Five seniors talk about their individual struggles or achievements with college planning and any relation to COVID.

COVID affects college planning

Kaitlin Geisler, Social Media Manager
October 1, 2021
As freshmen enter their fourth week of school amidst an entirely new crowd during the pandemic, they reflect on their missed experiences entering high school for the first time.

Seven ate nine

Kara Yoon, Business Manager
September 7, 2021
According to OurWorldinData.org statistics, 52% of Americans are fully vaccinated. Yet the vaccine does not guarantee immunity from COVID, and there are increasing numbers of breakthrough cases that resulted in hospitalization or death; if the vaccine is not 100 percent effective to prevent people from contracting the virus, why should anyone be forced to take it?

My health, my choice

Sasha Kek, LZ Life Editor
August 25, 2021
“We were in Puerto Rico over spring break and we got negative COVID tests to be able to go,” Asha Spetter, sophomore pictured on the far left, said. “We saw a lot of histroy and went to some really nice restaurants; the buildings all had a unique color as well.”

To travel or not

Sasha Kek, Secretary
May 21, 2021
As a current in-person learner, Shaun Stubenvoll, sophomore, says despite seeing people violating social distancing rules, it is still possible in schools. “Of course it’s possible, and with vaccines coming out by the time we start school next year, hopefully social distancing will be a distant memory,” Stubenvoll said.

Not enforced, not practiced

Sasha Kek, Secretary
April 27, 2021
Nikko Gajowniczek, junior, entertains himself by playing piano in his AP Chemistry class. However, Gajowniczek says this distraction pales in comparison to the distractions at home that in-person school has helped him get away from.

A new reality?

Max Feldman, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
April 19, 2021
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