The LHS Review

June COVID-19 Updates
Edna Bonsu June 14, 2021

As of May 29th, 2021, Governor Charlie Baker has lifted the state’s mask mandate and the remainder of COVID-19 restrictions in Massachusetts....

Jennifer Carey
Natasha Watts and Erin Shetler June 14, 2021

Jennifer Carey, a social studies teacher, has been teaching at Lowell High School since the 1995-1996 school year. She also teaches the Dual...

Alicia Paredes
Alicia Paredes
Natasha Watts and Erin Shetler June 14, 2021

Alicia Paredes, a ninth and tenth-grade biology teacher, has spent six years teaching at Lowell High School. Before teaching science, she was...

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...

Sarah Everard’s Murder and the Questions We Should Be Asking Ourselves
Sophia Mirabal April 6, 2021

Alarm, grief, and unshakable anger swept through the UK after the kidnapping and death of 33-year-old Sarah Everard, who disappeared during her...

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...

Outside the Streetlights
Erin Shetler May 3, 2021

I begin my walk I step to the beat of Killer Queen as it plays through my earbuds My heart pounds as I near the darkest section of the...

A Father & Daughter
Hannah Muldoon March 25, 2021

There’s a very special bond between a daughter and her dad, a closeness which grows deeper through the years. It starts the very moment that...

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...

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...

What Pride Means to Us
Erin Shetler June 9, 2021

As many already know, June is National Pride Month. To celebrate pride this year, the LHS Rainbow Alliance, including myself, have written this...

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...

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...

Protestors in Australia Demand Safety and Equality for Women
Protestors in Australia Demand Safety and Equality for Women
Natasha Watts March 25, 2021

TW: Mentions of sexual assault   The week of March 14th, dozens of peaceful rallies and marches were held across Australia in reaction...

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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