Lake Zurich High School Student Media

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Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Cliques vary in looks. These kinds of cliques are common in LZ.

Truth or clique bait: cliques at LZHS

Tessa Fabsik, Bear Facts Contributor
March 22, 2022
There are several possibilities seniors can take towards their future outside of the country. For some, studying abroad is their top choice.

Studying around the world

Lindsey Bitzer, Staff Writer
March 4, 2022
Most college applications can be done within the Common App.

What I wish I knew before applying to college

Sophia Babcock, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2022
Students are using and being attached to their phones and technology more than ever before. How much should we be allowed to use?

Secret addiction

Parker Carley, Sports Editor
January 19, 2022
Apps can be a great help for studying, especially when there are so many tests to keep track of. Here are some apps to help you next semester.

Five apps to help you next semester

Kyra Keena, Live Media Manager
December 21, 2021
About 43% of students say they sleep four to six hours, which is less than the eight to ten the National Sleep Foundation recommends for teenagers; however, the amount of school work students take home has an impact on how much they sleep. “I think teachers should talk to each other more, and I dont think more than two tests should be allowed in one day,” Marin David, junior, who says she sleeps five to six hours on average, said. “That would be a dream, but thats probably not going to happen. That definitely would help a lot of students.”

“Sleeping” on sleep

Sasha Kek, LZ Life Editor
November 19, 2021
The cast of Puffs rehearses on stage for the upcoming show.

The magic is back

Parker Carley, Sports Editor
November 4, 2021

Social studies

Kyra Keena, Live Media Manager
October 5, 2021
Tammy Johnson, substitute teacher, teaches at LZ.

Keeping classrooms running

Emma Harper, Staff Writer
October 1, 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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