The LHS Review

LHS is Unusually Quiet

Sophia Mirabal September 28, 2021

Pre-pandemic, LHS was characterized by the hustle and bustle of hallway crowds and classroom chatter, blooming with fervent talk and easy conversation. As in-person learning returns, we have been reintroduced...

National Independent Bookstore Day

Douglas Forsythe April 13, 2021

The story for this article starts a week or so back when I was, like a normal teenager, watching a little documentary on the Rare Book Business in New York. I could literally describe the film for an entire...

LHS’ Sixth Annual Women’s Conference: Recap and Thoughts of an MC

Alejandro Bonilla April 7, 2021

On Tuesday, March 22, Lowell High School hosted its sixth annual Women’s Month conference via Zoom, courtesy of the event’s planning committee and technology instructional specialist, Ms. Malinda Pires....

Sarah Everard’s Murder and the Questions We Should Be Asking Ourselves

Sophia Mirabal April 6, 2021

Alarm, grief, and unshakable anger swept through the UK after the kidnapping and death of 33-year-old Sarah Everard, who disappeared during her walk home in South London on March 3rd. The following week,...

More Than a Hashtag

Edna Bonsu April 6, 2021

150%. Hate crimes and violence towards Asian Americans have increased by 150% in the last year. Take a moment to process that. In the last twelve months, Asian Americans worldwide have reported discrimination...

In Pursuit of a Vaccination

Edna Bonsu March 29, 2021

The past year has been dreadful. From social distancing to remote learning, COVID-19 has pushed communities worldwide to lengths that once seemed inconceivable. In a year lives have changed completely,...

Everyone’s a Critic

Sophia Schwartz March 24, 2021

If you are a beginner artist, I have a question for you. Was there ever a person who made fun of your art? Did it make you feel insecure about the way you draw? If yes, then let me tell you something......

One Year In Quarantine

Sophia Mirabal, Author March 16, 2021

The week began with premonitions. It was not hard to believe that there seemed to be some sort of disparity between the presented risks of the virus and our medical administration's cognition and grasp...

The Time I Had COVID-19

Brandon Quach March 1, 2021

  Not so long ago, in January, it was a Friday and was normal like any other Friday's before. I was getting fried chicken for lunch for my Mom and myself, from next door. It was then I started...

Updates on In-Person Learning and Its Pros and Cons

Kimleng Kit February 22, 2021

On Monday, February 22, the Lowell Public schools brought back students who are a part of the substantially separate program (students who need learning assistance) for in-person learning. They are also...

Will News Be Boring Now That Biden Is President?

Sophia Mirabal February 18, 2021

Political indiscretion has been a spectacle for the last four years. Initial distrust and frustration throughout the nation have broadened, and division has widened. Trump's tenure has been marked and...

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...

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