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Bullying of LGBTQ Students

Bullying of LGBTQ Students

Grazielle Souza Gomes, Special Contributer

May 18, 2018

By Grazielle Souza Gomes Last year, one of my friends was bullied for being who she was. My friend is bisexual. The bullying began with silly comments about her sexual identity, afterwards they started to bully her verbally. Excluding her from the group was also an issue. Unfortunately, she didn’t ...

The danger of using headphones and other listening devices while crossing the street.

The danger of using headphones and other listening devices while crossing the street.

Venice Cooper, Special Contributor

May 18, 2018

By Venice Cooper Last week, a group of students were crossing a very busy neighborhood street wearing headphones. They were almost run over by a truck.  They didn’t see the truck, but just as importantly, they could not hear the truck. We are aware of the dangers caused by using cell phones and oth...

Protect the Planet

Protect the Planet

Luiz Oliveira de Brida, Digital Media Producer

May 18, 2018

We can all do more to preserve our planet Mother Earth for future generations. A PSA to watch and reflect upon. (Click link below) ...

Sexual harassment

Sexual harassment

Ashika Tamang, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2018

By Ashika Tamang Special Contributor to LHS Review Earlier this year, three boys at LHS tried to harass me after lunch one day - trying to flirt and touch me. They made me feel very uncomfortable, upset, and vulnerable. Too many teenage girls in the United States have experienced sexual harass...

Violence Against Women in the Dominican Republic

Violence Against Women in the Dominican Republic

Irianny Martinez Ortiz, Special Correspondent

May 17, 2018

By Irianny Marinez Ortiz Special Contributor to LHS Review This August, in the Dominican Republic, a 16 year old pregnant teenager was murdered by her boyfriend and his mother. In October, a 21-year-old pregnant Dominican, was stabbed 21 times in her belly right before she gave birth. Although se...

Adding Wood to the Flame

Eddy Olu, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2018

By Eddy Olu Lowell, MA - Rain interrupted an indoor varsity volleyball game on Tuesday evening but did not spoil the scheduled Senior event. Lowell High volleyball hosted Greater Lowell Technical Vocational School for the annual Senior night game.  After a roof leak suspended play, LHS won. During...

Making the Classroom a Virtual Reality

Making the Classroom a Virtual Reality

Ricardo Vargas, Special Contributor

May 17, 2018

By Ricardo Vargas Special Contributor to the LHS Review What if my history class could dive below the sea using virtual reality technology to explore the Titanic shipwreck? Or what if we could take a virtual reality tour inside a plant cell in our biology class and see photosynthesis working? No...

Global warming hits LHS

Global warming hits LHS

Nathalia Rodriguez, Graphic Arts Editor

May 17, 2018

The Red Raiders are the 2018 AFJROTC National Champions

The Red Raiders are the 2018 AFJROTC National Champions

Eddie Olu, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2018

Lowell MA - The results from the spring AFJROTC National Drill Competition in Dayton, Ohio at Wright State Nutter Center. This is the very first time the Armed Drill Team has brought home the title of 2018 AFJROTC National Champions!   Here are the achievements made at the event Red Raide...

LHS experiences more loss

LHS experiences more loss

Nilab Amiri, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2018

By Nilab Amiri Lowell, MA- A Lowell High School student passed away over the weekend after a medical emergency last week.  This is the third student  at LHS to pass away this school year. The head of school Marianne Busteed called all LHS families on the morning on Saturday, May 12, 2018, in...

LHS writers succeed at Law Day 2018 essay contest

LHS writers succeed at Law Day 2018 essay contest

Mackenzie Perrin, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018

By  McKenzie Perrin, Staff Reporter Lowell, MA- Two LHS students were awarded as finalists in an essay contest about separation of powers in government titled "Separation of Powers as an Ensurer of Democracy" at a recent Law Day ceremony in the Middlesex Juvenile Court at the Lowell District Court. ...

Texas bombings investigated in March

Michael Gillis, Podcast Journalist

April 23, 2018

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