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Youth Harbor serves those in need at LHS

Youth Harbor serves those in need at LHS

June 23, 2017
Filed under News, People Making a Difference, Showcase, Student Features

By Chhanraskmey Chhoun “I have nowhere left to go, I am lost and homeless.” “My family doesn’t know if we can find a place to stay for the next few days.” “ My family is homeless, yes I said homeless. My house caught on fire last week.” “ I haven’t been able to concentrat...

A girl from South America

A girl from South America

By Erick Lopes, Staff Contributor
May 9, 2017
Filed under My Country, My Culture, Stories from Different Countries, Student Features

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Veteran’s Recognized in Cyrus Irish Auditorium

November 10, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Student Features, Uncategorized

Lowell, MA- LHS Reserve Officer Training Corps recognizes military Veterans today in the Cyrus Irish Auditorium in observance of the Veteran's Day national holiday tomorrow Friday, November 11.  ...

Young and Passionate

Young and Passionate

November 3, 2016
Filed under Culture, Features, News, Student Features

By Janelle Kelleher Lowell, MA- Rarely, a young, intelligent girl has it all planned out. But it is possible.  One LHS student has a passion for surgery. Nickolaine “Nikki” Encarnacion, a 15-year-old LHS sophomore, has her entire life planned out. Nikki has recently moved to this City this past J...

Family Comes First

November 3, 2016
Filed under Culture, News, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Lil Patrylo Lowell, MA- One Lowell High School student chooses family over everything. Stephane Silva,  Brazilian woman empowered by her ROTC training, cares for others and wishes to selflessly help them. When posed certain what-if scenarios, Stephane expressed care for others and love of her fa...

A Teenager’s Dream of Service

November 3, 2016
Filed under News, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Chhanraskmey Chhoun Many LHS seniors may be confused about what they want in high school, but this senior knows what she wants to do afterward. Sunlyna Chhoun has her head wrapped around helping the people. Sunlyna, a bright 17-year-old senior, has been thinking about her future for a long...

Revealing Bobby, An Outdoorsman

November 2, 2016
Filed under News, Sports, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Sothearavisal Tounvann Lowell, MA- A tall LHS athlete with blue-green eyes stands in the gym ready to take off. Looking up at the sky, grabbing eggs from his home chicken coop, "going on a run for Cross Country... then attend Wrestling practice," is a day well spent says Bobby.  Not to forget...

Jokes In the Shower

Jokes In the Shower

November 1, 2016
Filed under Student Features, Uncategorized

By Courtney Murphy Lowell, MA-‘Shower thoughts’ or hilarious comedy writing.  As LHS senior Alex Tran considers his future, the 17-year-old considers himself a ‘friendly, go lucky dude’. He wishes to become a future comedian or a screenwriter. He believes ‘the easiest way to cheer up someon...

The Odd Girl

The Odd Girl

November 1, 2016
Filed under Student Features, Uncategorized

By Andrew Boisvert Lowell, MA-That odd girl.  That’s how one LHS student describes herself in a word, odd. Amy Syri, a sophomore, views the world in a different more objective light.  She considers herself a wallflower and takes pride in listening and taking everything into her personal knowledge bank....

A Tale Of Two Worlds

November 1, 2016
Filed under Culture, LHS Blog Posts, News, Stories from Different Countries, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Connor Lang Editors Note:  This story is Part I of a series on immigrant and refugee students. Lowell, MA- Imagine being set in a new life. Distant from your past of ease and wealth, you have been placed in the dead center of a world unfamiliar and aggravating.  Phuc (She prefers Phie) Nguyen is...

Poems of Politics, Performance at ‘Louder than a Bomb’

Poems of Politics, Performance at ‘Louder than a Bomb’

June 17, 2016
Filed under Features, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Haley Tran Lowell, Massachusetts- Two in the world of spoken word, the groups Codman and Freeverse,  performed poems soaked with undertones of suffering and emotion on May 6 at the biggest poetry slam and festival in Massachusetts called Louder Than a Bomb. Freeverse took the personas of mothe...

Summer Concert Survival Guide

Summer Concert Survival Guide

June 17, 2016
Filed under Culture, Features, News, Student Features, Uncategorized

By Willow Kelley Lowell, MA - The summer concert season returns this month, and here are reminders to help the more experienced fan thrive and the less experienced concert goer survive. Almost everyone on the face of the earth enjoys live music.  A live music concert experience has no comparison.  However, not everyone understands how much pla...

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