The LHS Review

America
Hannah Muldoon May 4, 2022

Equal, Fair, Free. Words that have described America from day one. Words that have been told to so many people looking for a chance at...

it's been a while
Erin Shetler April 26, 2022

As May approaches I notice you are sinking into the horizon. I see you every night as I’m walking my dog yet I know you can’t...

Hunger & Death
Kristen Lopez-Ferreira April 9, 2022

My stomach growls. No- it howls. I’m seeking an escape. My body’s lost its shape. I can’t tell if it’s today or tomorrow, if...

America
Hannah Muldoon May 4, 2022

Equal, Fair, Free. Words that have described America from day one. Words that have been told to so many people looking for a chance at...

it's been a while
Erin Shetler April 26, 2022

As May approaches I notice you are sinking into the horizon. I see you every night as I’m walking my dog yet I know you can’t...

Hunger & Death
Kristen Lopez-Ferreira April 9, 2022

My stomach growls. No- it howls. I’m seeking an escape. My body’s lost its shape. I can’t tell if it’s today or tomorrow, if...

America’s Gun Epidemic and Its Epic Stalemate
Sophia Mirabal February 28, 2022

Gun violence in the U.S. remains one of the country’s defining standstills. As it returns to the forefront of public consciousness, intermittently,...

Maine Mandate Regardless of Religion
Portia Yeboah November 23, 2021

In late October of this year, Maine mandated that all healthcare workers receive the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of religious exemption. Maine...

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...

The Escapist’s Paradise
Sophia Mirabal December 20, 2021

There was nowhere to go in this "God-awful" town, Diane claimed, for it had already been conquered (by herself, of course) and she was in the...

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...

Black History Month
Edna Bonsu February 6, 2022

Since its inception in 1976, Black History Month has been celebrated every February in the United States. Black History Month is not only a time...

The Festival of Lights: From My Diwali to Yours
The Festival of Lights: From My Diwali to Yours
Siya Patel November 2, 2021

Diwali, known as the ‘festival of lights’ by many, is the most popular holiday in India and for Indians living all over the world. It marks...

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...

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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