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LFA students tackle politics in comedic way with theater performance

October 17, 2018 by Alyssa Groh, Editor Life & Arts, The Arts

Each year the head of school at Lake Forest Academy picks a topic for the school symposium. This year, the topic is about Russia.

The entire school has spent the year learning all about Russia’s history including...

Residents indulge in specialty crafted ribs at annual Rib Fest

by Katie Copenhaver, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, The Arts

The Lake Bluff Barbeque Society held its annual Rib Fest on the village green on Saturday, Oct. 6 with 19 competing teams and hundreds of people in attendance. The first place winner for best ribs went to Christian Erzinger’s team, Smoke ‘Em If...

LFHS students helping others 1 T-shirt at a time

by Alyssa Groh, Editor Life & Arts, Living, The Arts

A few years ago, two Lake Forest sophomores started going on yearly trips together in South Dakota, but their trips there were not filled with relaxing days on vacation. 

Instead, these two students drove down to an...

Citadel’s latest play has ties to modern themes

Life & Arts, The Arts

Even though Lillian Hellman wrote “Little Foxes” in 1939, and the play is set in the early 20th century, the play, which opens at Citadel Theatre Friday, Sept. 28, has many themes that echo throughout modern times, according to the...