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Why?
Erin Shetler October 18, 2021

As students Most of us agree The worst part of a test is seeing “Why” or “Explain” On an open response   The questions...

The Haunting History of Halloween
The Haunting History of Halloween
Emma Burns October 17, 2021

For many, Halloween is a beloved holiday full of family traditions and childhood memories. But where did this wildly popular Holiday come from?...

The Stranger (But not by Camus)
Douglas Forsythe October 15, 2021

I met a stranger at an Inn But that is not how the story goes Wandering through my mind  I met said stranger in my home Amongst...

LHS is Unusually Quiet
Sophia Mirabal September 28, 2021

Pre-pandemic, LHS was characterized by the hustle and bustle of hallway crowds and classroom chatter, blooming with fervent talk and easy conversation....

National Independent Bookstore Day
Douglas Forsythe April 13, 2021

The story for this article starts a week or so back when I was, like a normal teenager, watching a little documentary on the Rare Book Business...

LHS’ Sixth Annual Women’s Conference: Recap and Thoughts of an MC
Alejandro Bonilla April 7, 2021

On Tuesday, March 22, Lowell High School hosted its sixth annual Women’s Month conference via Zoom, courtesy of the event’s planning committee...

Why?
Erin Shetler October 18, 2021

As students Most of us agree The worst part of a test is seeing “Why” or “Explain” On an open response   The questions...

The Stranger (But not by Camus)
Douglas Forsythe October 15, 2021

I met a stranger at an Inn But that is not how the story goes Wandering through my mind  I met said stranger in my home Amongst...

Beats
Douglas Forsythe October 15, 2021

It’s funny in a way Kerouac and Coltrane died yesterday One a drunk, the other deified Small town names  Making giant steps for...

All over again
Hannah Muldoon December 8, 2020

I remember seeing a mother and father arguing about who knows what.  And a little girl confused about what was happening, and not understanding...

LaRue
Sophia Mirabal December 4, 2020

 All of Pralognan, France knew her as Madame LaRue. Not much was known of her personal life, seeing as she hardly spoke a word and was a rather...

Racist Email Sent to UMass Amherst Black Student Organizations
Weslee Var October 1, 2021

AMHERST, Mass. — University officials and campus police are investigating after a racist anti-Black email was sent to multiple Black student...

Students protesting a book ban in their school district
Pennsylvania School District Overturns Book Ban
Portia Yeboah September 25, 2021

A southern Pennsylvania school district has reversed its ban on anti-racism resources. Banning books can be defined as a request to or the active...

Pride Haiku
Erin Shetler June 9, 2021

This poem was written by a member of Rainbow Connections (LHS’s Gay-Straight Alliance). The colors of the rainbow pride flag each have a word...

The Peoples Reaction to the Situation in Afghanistan
The People's Reaction to the Situation in Afghanistan
Nicholas Weigold September 27, 2021

  The 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the world trade center has just passed and still sits heavy in the hearts of...

Biden Working Family Plan
Portia Yeboah May 5, 2021

One of Biden’s campaign promises was adding funding for working-class families and reforming the tax rates. In late April, he proposed a working...

EcoFriendly, Virtual Learning Must-Have Notebooks
Natasha Watts November 1, 2020

During your time with virtual learning, have you found it frustrating having to submit photos of your math work? Have you become sick of using...

Two Options, One Choice
Two Options, One Choice
Timothy Nguyen June 5, 2020

The Dalai Lama once said that “It is our collective and individual responsibility to preserve and tend to the world in which we all live.”...

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