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From the staff of Lane Tech's student newspaper

Senior year is riddled with stress, especially around the time of Early Action. Within the past few years, Early Action applicant numbers have increased. This is possibly due to the number of applications increasing overall and some schools getting more selective. With this, students are trying their best to keep working and stay positive through the stress. Reporter Charlotte Price has more on the changes occurring surrounding applications.


Lane's Will Kozlowski pushes through to place 95th at state. (Photo courtesy of Paul Neely)

Earlier this month, Boys Cross Country competed as a team at state for the first time in nine years. Though they placed 27th, with some team members wishing they had placed higher, the accomplishment was still something to be applauded, according to Head Coach Kristopher Roof. Reporter Finnegan Keely has more on all that went down at the state meet.


Ethan Ankney, right, and James Failla performing for Collidescopes at Collideofest II. (Photo courtesy of Sherlyn Medrano)

The Colliedescopes band, composed of mostly Lane Tech students, has been pursuing their passion, making music, and has recently released an album. They also hosted a festival on Oct. 23, which they say was a wonderful experience for them. The group plans to keep making music throughout the school year. Editor-In-Chief Megan Mesikapp has more on the accomplishments and spirit of the band.

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