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From the staff of Lane Tech's student newspaper

Junior Wren Burke presents her project “Combatting Sexism (Taylor’s Version)”. (Annie Goode for The Champion)

The annual Women in Lit Fest was back on Jan. 24 with painted plates, pink t-shirts and plenty of posters. Projects focused on a range of topics, from women in sports to female media representation, but regardless each was meaningful and interesting to the student presenters in gym three. Reporter Annie Goode goes into further detail on the preparation and presentations from the Women in Lit Fest.


Junior Jane Kupka opens a can of Celsius. (Charlotte Price for The Champion)

Celsius, the energy drink, has taken Lane Tech by storm in the past year, claiming to encourage weight loss in addition to giving drinkers a major kick of caffeine. However, are they doing all that they claim? And what is really in your Celsius? Reporter Charlotte Price discusses all of this and more in her story on the drink, the craze and the claims.

Arts and Entertainment

Top Dawg Entertainment and RCA Records

“One of the many reasons I love and appreciate SZA’s music is due to the rawness and beauty that she is able to find in her sadness. I admire her profound ability to articulate the experiences of being a woman of color in a society that portrays white women as the beauty standard,” writes Assistant Editor Avaani Julka in her review of SZA’s latest album SOS.

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