The LHS Review

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 to honor the black men and women who have made this country...

The Hospital

The Winner of the 2021 Harrowing Horrors Writing Contest
Jessie B-H November 2, 2021

Every day at three P.M., on the dot. That’s when they’d inject her with the clear liquid encased in a syringe. She’d gotten used to the feeling of the needle plunging into her left arm—almost as...

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 the start of the Hindu new year, which falls in the month...

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? Well, it began with the Celts, a group of peoples who lived...

I Put A Spell On You

Emma Burns, Artist October 8, 2021

Bunny Cake Pops

Bunny “Cake Pops”

Natasha Watts April 6, 2021

Ingredients: (That I used at least) French Vanilla box cake mix 1 large tablespoon of vanilla frosting 1 package of pink/white Market Basket sprinkles Pink writing gel Black writing gel ...

Valentine’s Day

Erin Shetler February 9, 2021

Although many people dislike Valentine's day because of the commercial aspect, the popular holiday history is very interesting. Since Valentine's Day has been celebrated for a very long time, it is not...

Thanksgiving Dinner Review: 18/20

Thanksgiving Dinner Review: 18/20

Alejandro Bonilla and Nicholas Weigold December 1, 2020

Ah, Thanksgiving. As Garfield the Cat eloquently stated in the 1989 television special “Garfield’s Thanksgiving,” “that’s the day people celebrate having food by eating as much of it as possible.”...

Giving Thanks

Natasha Watts, Author November 26, 2020

Thanksgiving Day is special to a lot of Americans, but some don’t understand all of the hype. Yes, students receive a day off from school, some people get work off, most people have huge meals with their...

Valentine’s Day Hot Chocolate!

Join us this Friday!
Jayanny Oliveira February 11, 2020

This Valentine’s Day join us in front of B-House where we will be selling cookies and flowers with our hot chocolate! Buy one for yourself and a friend! $1 for a rose and $1 for two cookies. This is...

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