Bear Facts

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
Spicy chicken tacos similar to the ones made by Sarah Richards. sophomore. Like many families, quarantine has allowed her and her family to get creative with their cooking.

Home is where the cooking is

Kayla Krinninger, Staff Writer
May 20, 2020
Zoya Hasan and Zara Hasan sit outside and read after a day of e-learning.

Day in the Life of Two e-learners

Zoya Hasan, Staff Writer
May 19, 2020
Due to social distancing, music students at home have been doing private lessons remotely at home. Louisa Hagen, freshman, prepares to video chat with her teacher through Zoom right before her private lesson.

Music despite distance

Jane Yu, Bear Facts Contributor
May 18, 2020
Sports are on hiatus for the moment, but that does not mean you cannot get your sports fix! Many sports movies are available on the most popular streaming platforms and ready to watch.

Filling your sports void

Alex Ketcham, Sports Editor
May 11, 2020
An overview LZ's e-learning policies, compared to those of Barrington, Palatine, and Stevenson. Main differences between schools involve length of school weeks and class blocking.

E-learning around the area

Caroline Sun, Digital Editor-in-Chief
May 4, 2020
Shaw's basket of knitting supplies. He plans to continuing knitting once quarantine ends.

Getting creative in quarantine

Sophia Babcock, Staff Writer
April 27, 2020
As panic buying becomes an ongoing problem in Lake Zurich, empty shelves have become a common scene in grocery stores. Karlie Schwichtenberg, junior whose family has struggled getting items at stores, says this hoarding is ridiculous and dangerous.

Adjusting to new realities

Max Feldman, Business Manager & Spotlight Editor
April 21, 2020
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