Drops of Ink

Many Lake Forest College students are taking online classes this year from home, leaving the college mostly empty and this parking lot at the school vacant. Only students with exceptions to live on campus are allowed access to specified buildings and outdoor areas.
How COVID-19 is affecting colleges
Jasmine Lafita, Staff Member • September 24, 2020

As colleges across the country have started to open this fall, many are learning how effective -- or not -- their plans have been in preventing COVID-19 outbreaks on campus....

The fall play will be this weekend in a drive-through format.
Fall Play and Fine Arts Courses Adapt During COVID-19
Elise Stouffer, Staff Member • September 22, 2020

The fall play is coming up in a drive-through format, several fine arts courses have been approved to return in person, and the fine arts department is working to make concerts...

Sources: ABC7 Chicago, NBC Chicago, Covid Act Now, The New York Times, and the Lake County Health Department.
Health Care Workers Strike, Pritzker Announces Economic Relief Program
Anika Raina, News Editor • September 20, 2020

As of Sep. 17, the Illinois Public Health Department stated that 2,088 cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in Illinois, bringing the total number of cases statewide to...

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Seniors' Memories and Advice
Sarah Bennett May 21, 2020

This year the Drops of Ink seniors were asked to answer a few questions about their time at LHS. They shared their favorite memories and their best advice! Illustrations done by Cali Lichter. Speak...

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In order to help out the community, sophomore Tavish Sharma has organized a food drive. Picture courtesy of Tavish Sharma.
Libertyville Lends a Hand
Sara Bogan, Staff Member • May 20, 2020

From painting windows to creating food drives, many Libertyville residents have had an impact on their community during the pandemic. Several neighborhoods in Libertyville have used Facebook pages to...

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How Students Are Filling Their Free Time
Ella Marsden, Editor-in-Chief • May 20, 2020

On Friday, March 13, District 128 announced that in-person classes would be canceled for the immediate future. This was eventually extended, as Governor J.B. Pritzker ordered that all Illinois schools...

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