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Don't Litter, it makes the world bitter

Have you ever noticed trash on the street? The loose bags from Jewel’s Osco or the empty RC cans? The prevalence of litter in Chicago has been rapidly increasing. 386 more words

Opinion

Sneaky entry into the 2018 Winter Olympics

Almost 3000 athletes are scheduled to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang County, South Korea. Olympic participants are among the best in their respective sports, showcasing talents like women’s ski half-pipe gold medalist Cassie Sharpe of Canada, mixed-gender biathlon gold medalist Martin Fourcade of France, and last place competitor in the women’s ski half-pipe competition Elizabeth Swaney of Hungary. 391 more words

Opinion

The internet is dead

By Kaylin Davis

What happens when the Internet dies? We will soon find answers to that question following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 3-to-2 party-line vote on Dec. 379 more words

News

Spring into the next production of Dreamgirls

By Marya Elliott

Robert Lindblom Math and Science Academy is having a spring musical in Keeler Hall on April 19 through 21. The theme of the spring play is inspired by the musical, Dreamgirls.  227 more words

News

Welcome the Latino Culture Club

By Stephanie Andrade

Latinx Culture Club, LCC, is a new Colloquium at Lindblom dedicated to not only teaching students on Latinx culture, but offers an opportunity to unfold their own identity and grow their character. 309 more words

News

First power up: Robotics 2018

By Samuel Mesa

The Lindblom Robotics team is participating in 2018’s First Robotics CompetitionⓇ (FRCⓇ) game POWER UP. It is a fitting title, as over the past few months, the team has powered up several times. 421 more words

News

Seven Lindblom artists showcase their talents

By Orion Kelley

January 10, 2018– Students from Lindblom Math and Science Academy participated in the annual CPS All-City Senior Portfolio Exhibition at the Leroy Neiman Center. 347 more words

Arts