Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Lake Zurich High School Student Media

Bear Facts

Technology consumes teeangers’ daily lives, which exposes them to negative and positive influences and opportunities, according Ryan Siegel, senior. “Technology makes us more self aware. For better or worse, it makes it so that the attention seekers can get their attention and theyll do whatever just to get more attention,” Siegel said. “It also makes it so that we can better society. Youll always see it on YouTube or wherever, the one story that someone wrote, did, that just changed someones life, and most people see that - whether they actually do it or not is a different story - but they want to change and do something like that. It kind of makes people want to be better.”

Stuck to screens

Sasha Kek, LZ Life Editor
March 21, 2022
Students search for job openings and hiring signs on websites, in store windows, and around the town.

Summer time means work time

Alexandra Rauchfuss, Staff Writer
September 16, 2019
Plastic and other trash sits on a waste beach. Scientists estimate that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish, but how can we as teens even help change this?

Going green as a teen

Madeleine Lawler, Co-Web Editor-in-Chief
April 22, 2019
Teens: value your teeth

Teens: value your teeth

Genna Danial, Viewpoint Writer
December 17, 2013
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