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LHS present at Women’s March in Boston

LHS present at Women’s March in Boston

Christina Prum, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under Features, News, People Making a Difference, Showcase

By Christina Prum Staff Writer BOSTON - "We have a vision and that vision defines who we are as a people. First, we fight for basic dignity and respect for every human being period. No compromise. No backing up," Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, declared to the audience of approximately...

LHS social action at MLK Civics Day

Zainab Pyriadi, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under Culture, Features, Foreign Language

By Zainab Pyriadi and Laura Rodrigues Staff Writers كتابة:لورا رودريكيز   كامبريدج ,ماساتشوستس- منذ اللحظة التي طلاب ثانوية لويل صعدوا  الباص من لويل في الساعة الواحدة عصرا , كان التوقع يسري بينهم ب...

Women compete for equality in sports

Women compete for equality in sports

Courtney Murphy, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

By Courtney Murphy Staff Writer Lowell, MA- A girl on the hockey team? A girl on the wrestling team? What about a woman coaching the football team? Gender equality in sports has been an issue for many years. Whether it means having equal pay and treatment at the professional level or eve...

Preach’n the musical journey

Preach’n the musical journey

David Diaz, Staff Photojournalist

March 2, 2017


Filed under Culture, Features, Showcase

By David Diaz Staff Photojournalist Lowell, MA- Students sat still in shock and awe from an electrifying Blues performance by dynamic musician Rev. Robert Jones, Sr., who visited LHS in honor of Black History month. Then, by the end of his musical preach'n the students were together in-arms...

LHS social action at MLK event

LHS social action at MLK event

Laura Rodriguez, Staff Contributor

February 18, 2017


Filed under Culture, Features, People Making a Difference, Showcase

By Laura Rodriguez Staff Contributor Cambridge, MA - From the moment  the Lowell High School (LHS) students stepped on the bus in Lowell at 1:00pm, anticipation ran high among them to make a difference. Giving up the afternoon on a day off from school didn’t seem so bad when students consi...

Nintendo “Switches” their Idea

Nintendo “Switches” their Idea

David Diaz, Editor

February 15, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Showcase, Tech

By David Diaz Tech Editor The Year is 2017 and the Wii U still has barely sold over a million units. Third-party game developers are hesitant to produce games for the awkward Gamepad. Nintendo loyal fans migrate to other consoles like the Xbox One and the PS4. Nintendo needs a new option to keep...

Trump and Clinton in Tight Race after Student Exit Polls

Trump and Clinton in Tight Race after Student Exit Polls

Stephane Silva, Contributor

November 7, 2016


Filed under Features, News

  Lowell, MA- Student exit polls on Friday indicate that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a very tight race after the Mock Election held at LHS. The student exit polling is not scientific and the actual results will be announced by the Student Council later today.  Exit polls...

Mock Election in Murphy Cafeteria Today

November 4, 2016


Filed under Culture, Features, News, Uncategorized

Lowell, MA-  Decisions, Decisions.  Vote today, Friday. Results Monday. Students and Staff can cast a vote for President of the United States and  3rd Congressional District candidates as part of the Mock Election 2016 in the Murphy Cafeteria, in Freshman Advisory and at the Faculty offices. School...

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...

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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