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  • LWC gives back!

    LWC gives back!

    Grace Vosburg, Staff Writer

    December 22, 2016

    As the holidays are approaching and winter is nearing, the less fortunate in our community are in need of help from us. This is a great time to give back to those who may not have the most, or who have very little. Lincoln-Way Central has done an amazing, generous job of giving back to our community.... READ MORE »»

    Gifts collected by LWC students - wrapped and ready for delivery to families in need!

  • Christmas DIY

    Christmas DIY

    Riley McLaughlin and Angelina McNulty

    December 15, 2016

    Everyone needs some fun DIY Christmas decorations to spruce about the holiday times in their home! Here are a few crafts to do this season. Christmas tree mason jar What you'll need: Small festive tree Fake snow Mason jar Hot glue Take the lid of the jar and sprinkle the fake snow. Th... READ MORE »»

LW210 Transition Program

Kelly Newton, Staff Writer

Kelly Newton Transition Program Article   This past November, I was able to learn about the Lincoln-Way District 210 LIFE Transition Program. At the time of the article I, like most Lincoln-Way students had...  Read More »

Dec 13

Final Exams do not have to ruin your winter!

Rachel Huculak, Staff Writer

  It’s that time of the year again!  The time where a single Christmas song can uplift your spirit, as well as one drop of snow can turn into a winter wonderland. Winter is the season for shopping and cooking...  Read More »

Dec 9

Re-cap of Presidential Debate

Julia Martin, Staff Writer

The Second Presidential took place on Sunday, October 9th, 2016 at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. What set it apart from the first debate was the town hall format, where moderators Martha Raddatz and Anderson...  Read More »

Oct 21

Road to Reality

Zach Claffy, Staff Writer

Homecoming Week at Lincoln-Way Central has come and gone and with it another successful iteration of Road to Reality. This performance, done in small skits, follows the consequences of a teenage girl who indulges in the use...  Read More »

Oct 21

Volunteer opportunity at Cache Creek

Volunteer opportunity at Cache Creek

Miranda Schor, Staff Writer

The Cache Creek Animal Shelter of New Lenox is always open to volunteers willing to help out at the shelter. For any students looking to gain community service hours to meet the required 20 hours for graduation, Cache...  Read More »

Sep 27

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Frankfort Founder’s Center Holiday Programs

Miranda Schor

The Founder’s Community Center of Frankfort Square will be hosting a number of holiday events throughout December 2016.  People of all ages are welcome to register. The...  Read More »

Dec 9

LWC Book Club

December 9, 2016

Movie Review:

October 21, 2016

Homecoming rules

Homecoming rules

September 23, 2016

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Casting a vote for a bright future

Elle Flock, Staff Writer

By Elle Flock As the date of the presidential election nears, it is nearly impossible to escape images or stories about the Trump and Clinton campaigns. The political ads, which circulate through television programs, websites,...  Read More »

Oct 21

A freshman’s first day

Grace Vosburg, Staff Writer

Everyone has experienced a first day of something in in his or her life. Walking through the doors at Central for the first time was different for every student. For an East student, it might be good to have a fresh start....  Read More »

Sep 26

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Teacher Highlights

Bethany Kratochvil and Kaeleigh Kreid & Maddy Wilson

Throughout this semester we've been highlighting teachers from each department by asking them some questions about their teaching careers. We asked each teacher to answer three questions, including how...  Read More »

Dec 15

St. Augustine’s

Elle Flock, Staff Writer

The Impact of St. Augustine’s On February 1, 2017 open-enrollment will begin for students hoping to attend St. Augustine’s school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The four-story tall private school is bei...  Read More »

Dec 15

The Writing Center tutors

Samantha Jurvich, Staff Writer

Lincoln Way Central’s Writing Center consists of a network of student tutors who are, without exception, dedicated to helping their peers by channeling their passions for writing and English. Each...  Read More »

Dec 13

College applications

December 9, 2016

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  • Sports you should know about

      We are all incredibly familiar with sports like football, baseball, and volleyball, as they are arguably some of the most well-known sports ...

  • First home football game

    Interview with Coach Cordell: Q: What do you expect for the season? A: I expect us to play our best, practice every week and come out every game...

The student news site of Lincoln-Way Central
The student news site of Lincoln-Way Central