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LHS journalists place top 5 in state contest

LHS journalists place top 5 in state contest

LHS Review Staff, Digital Editors

June 20, 2018

Lowell, MA - The Massachusetts Scholastic Press Association awarded 5 LHS students top 5 honors in the 2017-2018 Best of Year in Scholastic Press contest during the week of June 19. In the Best Editorial, Best New Photo and Best Online Video categories of the annual contest LHS seniors Mary Tgibide...

LHS Class of 2018 Graduates

LHS Class of 2018 Graduates

LHS Review Digital Editors, Photojournalists

June 7, 2018

Students dressed in grey caps and gowns stand with Advisory Teacher Matthew Brennan from B-House and enjoy a final moment together before entering the graduation ceremony at the Paul E. Tsongas Arena on June 6, 2018...

A burning star on the rise

A burning star on the rise

Michael O'Keefe, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2018

Senior Sianna Burgos aspired to an acting career early in life

Concussion Awareness

Concussion Awareness

Brett LePoer, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2018

Concussions have been a very costly injury in the sports world, causing brain damage or even cerebral trauma. From first hand experiences, I can say that concussion are not fun whatsoever. In sports like football especially, concussions are more than frequent, yet players would continue to neglect them because that would mean missing valuable playing-time. In the above map, I give a brief tour of where and when the concussion protocol has evolved, especially in the NFL

The Tater Chronicles

The Tater Chronicles

Emily Rios, Opinion Editor

March 31, 2018

By Emily Rios This year a certain tater event at Lowell High has been getting fields of attention.  It’s been coined Potato Day and lauded by the Head of School Mrs. Busteed.   But should this spud event be getting as much publicity as it has been?   We as a community ha...

LHS sophomore focused on balance

Luiz de Brida

February 16, 2018

By Luiz de Brida One LHS student balances his life with sport, academics and friendships. Evan Goulette, a 16-year-old boy, was born in Lowell in 2001. He is a sophomore at Lowell High School, and his favorite class is Biology.  His passion for science has something to do with what Evan would...

Hung To

February 16, 2018

One LHS student is from halfway around the world. One thing that makes 15 year old sophomore Hung To different from most of her classmates is that she was not born in the United States, which gives her a different perspective on some of our issues. To was born in Hong Kong, and came to the Unite...

Tracy Gichuru

February 16, 2018

One LHS senior is a world traveler even though she has not graduated yet. Tracy Gichuru is 17-year-old young woman born in Lowell, Massachusetts at Saint Memorial Hospital.  She lived in this city for eight years, but currently resides in the abiding community Tyngsborough up the Merrimack river. S...

A future flyer shares her story

Odiase Williamson, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

  By Odiase Williamson Lowell, MA- Some may want to become a doctor and others may want to become a scientist but this LHS student wants to become something different. This junior wants to become a Flight Attendant. Meet Ashika Tamang and her big plans. She is originally from a co...

George Zuleta

February 16, 2018

Born and raised in the city of Lowell, George Zuleta is only a 17 year old kid who has a bright future ahead of him. Zuleta is a junior at Lowell High School. He is currently working at Market Basket. He isn’t a big fan of this job because he thinks it’s boring. But then again what teenager enjo...

Student Profile

Maximus Nunez

February 16, 2018

By: Maximus Nunez One student, Ngan Pham is a 17 year old girl who attends LHS. Her favorite type of food is any kind of Asian food and her favorite color is green. She intends to go to college after high school, get a job in the field she'll major in. After, she wants to travel around the wo...

Emilie O’Beirne

George Zuleta Jr, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

By George Zuleta Jr. Emilie is a 15 year old sophomore at Lowell High School. She attended St. Jeanne D'Arc for middle school and she's an honor roll student who doesn’t like to read.  If the book is boring then she won't read it but if it's one she likes she will.  Her favorite color is teal....

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