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The LHS Review

Saving the world, one limb at a time.

Saving the world, one limb at a time.

Shaun Sichoumphonh, Contributer

June 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Op-Ed, Showcase

By Shaun Sichoumphonh In today’s world many kids in high school face a decision that will impact their lives forever. And that decision is to pick their major and thus decide where they want to be in the future. For some it comes easily for those who have found their passions early on or are taking...

Hushed issues with an LHS move

Hushed issues with an LHS move

Mary Tgibedes, Opinion Writer and Artist

June 16, 2017


Filed under LHS Building Project, Op-Ed, Showcase

By Mary Tgibides, Staff Opinion Writer With the upcoming decision on Tuesday, June 20th at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall council chamber,  councilors will vote on where to put the new high school.  The City has been torn apart trying to figure out the best location. Granted, this is a huge decisio...

LHS Impressions: outward in about Noy

LHS Impressions: outward in about Noy

Alicys Perez, Contributor

June 15, 2017


Filed under Op-Ed

Alicys Perez shares her impressions of an international journalist and how one person can inspire students.

One year after the racial incident at LHS

One year after the racial incident at LHS

Shaun Sichoumphonh, Opinion Writer

June 9, 2017


Filed under Op-Ed, People Making a Difference, Showcase

By Shaun Sichoumphonh, Opinion Writer Lowell has been known as the home to immigrants for many years. Diversity, including many people of color, has long been a source of pride for the community and the high school. Until a racial incident in October 2015 uncovered an issue at LHS that may have be...

LHS Rodriguez builds portfolio

LHS Rodriguez builds portfolio

May 31, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Op-Ed

Artwork by Nathalia Rodriguez Art by Natahlia Rodriguez  

LHS student’s Khmer New Year

LHS student’s Khmer New Year

Dellina Nhep, Staff Contributor

May 31, 2017


Filed under Culture, Op-Ed

Photo by Dellina Nhep By Dellina Nhep Stockton, CA- In Spring 2017 my family and I decided to go to California to visit family and places. During the Khmer New Year we all celebrated at Wat Dhammararam Temple. At the time we went there, it was a couple days before celebration which was very exciting because I knew we would be celebrating at this well known Kh...

Coming to America against the will

April 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Op-Ed

By Phuc "Phee" Nguyen Lowell, MA- As a sixteen-year-old Vietnamese girl arriving in America against my will,  two years ago I came with my family to make a new life in this City. Forced to say goodbye to my culture and country, classmates, friends and family. Everyday immigrant students across ...

Presidential work in progress

Presidential work in progress

Andrew Boisvert, Staff Contributor

April 7, 2017


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase

By Andrew Boisvert Lowell, MA- When you think of a perfect president what do you think of, acceptance, trust, the feeling of protection? A perfect president makes you feel all of these. When you're scared because you just found out that their was a shooting in a nightclub that killed more than...

A SPARK can transform teacher, student and community

A SPARK can transform teacher, student and community

August 3, 2015


Filed under Archived Stories, Op-Ed

By Matthew Brennan Cambridge, MA- Secular values can be a powerful force for change in a community.  That's what I learned by attending The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values Transformative Teachers program and the SPARK Youth event at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MI...

Why read the Communist Manifesto?

June 22, 2015


Filed under Archived Stories, Op-Ed

By Steven Ducheneau With many different views in the world, people tend to be hostile towards those that don’t go with their view, even without really knowing what those views entail. In America there is a long history of this, including the cold war, the wars in South-East Asia, and the rise of Joseph...

Real winners kill them with kindness

June 17, 2015


Filed under Archived Stories, Op-Ed

By Kaitlyn Chao I’ve been trying to figure out why some high school tennis players from an affluent community were so impolite on the court this year.  Even though they were winning, they sure didn’t act like winners. As a member of the Lowell High School girl’s tennis team, I was surpri...

Which Direction should One Direction go?

May 15, 2015


Filed under Archived Stories, Op-Ed

One Direction is experiencing confusion about which way to go. By Caroline Laiber One Direction is a British band that is made up of Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Niall Horan. They met each other on the X-Factor in 2010 and the judges formed the band.  Last Month Zayn Malik who was ...

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