On Friday, May 12, Harry Styles, former member of One Direction, dropped his self-titled solo album. The album, which is currently number one in 84 countries, has received mixed reviews from not only former ‘Directioners’, but also new listeners. “I haven’t listened to One Direction music in forever because I felt like I grew out […]Read more "ONE DIRECTION MEMBER SHOWS THE SIGN OF THE TIMES"
On April 14, Econ lovers headed east to the Indiana Economics Challenge held at Indiana University South Bend. The competition determined a Regional State winner who could then qualify for the National Competition in New York City. “The Econ Challenge was a one-day event where you competed against several teams from schools across the state […]Read more "PUTTING ECON TO THE CHALLENGE"
Veronica Gonzalez’s (9) Doodle 4 Google submission was titled ‘The Sky’s not the Limit.’, proving this true when she was named the finalist for the state of Indiana. Gonzalez’s win brought Google representatives and a state senator to the doors of Lake Central for a presentation on Feb. 23. “It was a distant thought [that […]Read more "FRESHMAN SHOWS THAT THE SKY IS NOT HER LIMIT"
As PtE rolled by on March 21, students had a reason to stare at their phones instead of to just pass the time. At 10 a.m., Lollapalooza 4-day passes, a summer musical festival in Chicago, went on sale to the general public. “Lollapalooza is on Aug. 3 through 6 this year and [is] the perfect […]Read more "GOING LALA OVER LOLLA TICKETS"
Junior Varsity boys swimming dove into a tough lost against Duneland Athletic Conference powerhouse Chesterton on Jan. 11 with a score of 93-73. “They were much better than us in general. They seemed to have a lot more practice than us,” Kyle Kilinski (9) said. Chesterton’s reputation in the swimming world did not hinder the […]Read more "STROKING AWAY FROM A VICTORY"
While the shot heard around the world may have happened over 240 years ago, the hit musical “Hamilton” is making history relevant again as its soundtrack plays into the ears of people from all around the world. “It’s the story of Alexander Hamilton’s, a founding father, life from his point of view in musical form. […]Read more "THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN"
The girls basketball season has officially begun, and preparation toward the season is the work that truly pays off. The Lady Indians showed off their hard work in their scrimmage against Andrean on Nov. 3. “I thought we worked well as a team, and our practices leading up to the scrimmage definitely helped prepare us. […]Read more "PLAY HARD, WORK HARDER"