The LHS Review

Letter To The Prideful Student

December 18, 2020

To the student used to straight A’s and hard-work and raising your hand in class. Who was encouraged to settle but decided to challenge themselves instead. To the student who excelled, beyond what they...


A Year in Review
December 10, 2020

Ah, 2020, a year that many people would say is God-forsaken, cursed, or even sent from the underworld. Although a lot has happened in the past year, it’s always worth noting what happened in this crazy...

Feminism: What It Is And Isn’t

December 3, 2020

“The advocacy of women’s rights based on the equality of the sexes.” This is the dictionary definition of feminism. But what does it mean exactly? Is feminism about knocking men down a notch? About...

Cheers To a New Quarter

December 1, 2020

We did it! We survived the first quarter of our remote school year, and I’ll be the first to admit that this year has been anything but easy. I think it’s safe to say we’ve all become well acquainted...

Thanksgiving Dinner Review: 18/20

Thanksgiving Dinner Review: 18/20
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.”...

Diversity in Career Paths

December 1, 2020

To quote an extremely overused phrase, “Monkey see, monkey do.” When children see people who look like them, speak the same language as them, have the same sexual orientation as they do, or grew up...

Giving Thanks

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...

Shaping the Next Generation

November 2, 2020

Malcolm X once said that “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” In today’s world, millions of children go to school everyday to give...

EcoFriendly, Virtual Learning Must-Have Notebooks

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 a notebook when all of your other work is online? If this...

Why is Voting Important?

November 1, 2020

With the upcoming presidential election, there are endless signs, ads, and voices telling people to get to the polls and vote. But why is voting so important? I interviewed people involved in the Lowell...

Awesome Resources For Students During Quarantine

October 6, 2020

4 Ways To Stay Mentally Healthy   This video provides tips on how you can maintain your mental health. While it is important to be physically healthy, it’s also essential to keep what’s...

Replacing RBG

October 6, 2020

A big topic of mainstream news lately has been the passing of associate justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, more familiarly referred to as RBG. Ginsburg passed on September 18th, 2020, asking...

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