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  • Frozen Four

    Frozen Four

    Bethany Kratochvil, Sports Editor

    May 19, 2016

    This April marked the biggest event in college hockey: The Frozen Four. Similar to NCAA's The Final Four in college basketball, The Frozen Four is a competition between four of the best hockey teams in the nation. This year, the competition featured a few familiar names, as well as a new one. In the... READ MORE »»

  • Batman vs. Superman Review

    Batman vs. Superman Review

    Kaeleigh Kreis and Kyle DeFalco

    May 19, 2016

    We, like many other comic book fans and moviegoers, were excited to see Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and while we would not say that we were disappointed with the movie, we did feel that it could have been better. We, admittedly, went into the movie with low expectations which we think made the... READ MORE »»

  • Social

    Social

    Adrien Tarkowski and Maddy Rohn

    May 19, 2016

    Social was an exciting night for juniors and seniors alike. For those that don’t know, social is the night before prom where the upperclassmen dress up in costumes, eat, dance, and play games. Some of the better costumes were Mario Kart characters, the gold diggers, Tele-tubbies, puns (for example:... READ MORE »»

    From left: Maddy Rohn, Adrien Tarkowski, Kyle DeFalco, Dylan Humiston, and Alaina Thompson

  • Why not synchro?

    Why not synchro?

    Angelina McNulty, Staff Writer

    May 17, 2016

    Figure skating is a very obscure sport in the eyes of the public, and even fewer people know about synchronized skating. Synchro skating is a sport in which 16 teammates skate together in various formations, doing difficult footwork and lifts. The United States is a strong contender in the world senior le... READ MORE »»

Special Games

Adrien Tarkowski, Editor

The Special Games is an exciting time for students and staff alike; the decorated hallways, the costumes, the parade, and especially the games themselves. Everyone looks forward to it every year. Upon interviewing the athletes...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

A.P. Gov. Elections

Teresa Kozak and Hibah Dahcheh

This past month, the students in A.P. Government completed the famous presidential election project. After studying the workings of presidential campaigns in class, groups of A.P. Government students were given the task of...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

LWC Orchestra Happenings

Kelly Newton, Staff Writer

During the past month, the Lincoln-Way Central Orchestra has received guidance from multiple college professors as well as a world-renowned conductor. The first person that came to listen to all four of the Lincoln-Way orchestras...  Read More »

April 22, 2016

WinterFest Recap

Madeline Rohn, Editor in Chief

This year there was a lot of hype going around Lincoln-Way Central about the annual TWIRP dance. Why? Well, mainly because it wasn’t TWIRP this year! B96 hosted WinterFest, a dance that greatly resembled Social (Central’s...  Read More »

April 22, 2016

How to prepare for the ACT

Madeline Rohn, Editor-in-Chief

If you’re a junior this year, you know by now that one of the most important parts of high school is taking the ACT. This is the test that can help determine what college you get into and is certainly going to help or hurt...  Read More »

February 18, 2016

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Prince Tribute

Stephanie Roney, Staff Writer

Earlier this year, the singer-songwriter Prince passed away. He was found in an elevator but was unable to be revived. Yet, his untimely death is not how people will remember...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

Summer book recommendations

May 17, 2016

Comic relief

April 22, 2016

New book releases of 2016

February 18, 2016

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Video games and youth violence

Shannon Farrell, Staff Writer

What kids see, they do. They pick up on simple tasks from just observing their family members and peers around them. However, while they learn to tie their shoes and brush their teeth from observation, they may also be unexpectedly...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

A student’s perspective on politics

Kat Regnier, Chief Photographer

Lately there has been a lot of talk about the presidential candidates everywhere we go. There are news channels covering every single incident along with social media sites freaking out over the vines that some of them are...  Read More »

April 22, 2016

New year, new you?

Angelina McNulty and Riley McLaughlin

Happy New Year, Knight Times Readers! Even though the holidays have passed, many people find the New Year an inspirational time to make a lifestyle change. Whether this involves hitting the gym, making healthier food cho...  Read More »

February 18, 2016

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Distance doesn’t mean a thing

Angelina McNulty and Riley McLaughlin

Some may view departing for college and leaving their friends as the end of an era. However, by embracing this exciting time in life, it’s not too hard to stay in touch with your old best friends while...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

Senior Survey

Samantha Mitchell, Editorial Editor

As the end of the year is approaching, all students are looking forward to summer and the exciting adventures it brings, but for the seniors of our student body, it is their last time walking the halls...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

The ACT

Dylan Humiston, Staff Artist

February 18, 2016

Teachers’ most embarrassing moments

December 10, 2015

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