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‘We Live in Cairo’ comes to Lowell High

March 19, 2019


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By Emily Rios The students of Lowell High were introduced to two driven performers in the school auditorium on Tuesday, March 5th. Daniel and Patrick Lazour bridged a gap between cultures and history in their upcoming musical, We Live in Cairo, set for a world premiere at the American Repertory T...

The Inauguration of the Lowell Quarter

The Inauguration of the Lowell Quarter

Emily Rios, Associate Editor

March 19, 2019


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By Emily Rios The U.S. mint welcomed the addition of the new Lowell quarter on Wednesday, February 6th at the Lowell Memorial auditorium. The National Historical Park services teamed up with America the Beautiful Quarters Program to create a design commemorating the history and culture of Lowell. As...

Myths, Realities and Opportunites for Muslim Women

Myths, Realities and Opportunites for Muslim Women

February 7, 2019


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By Emily Rios On Thursday, January 31st, Boston College Professor Natana Delong-Bas visited Lowell High’s National Honor Society in a discussion on Women and Islam. Delong-Bas addressed common myths about Muslim women, and the opportunities they have. The event gave new insight on a topic often glosse...

Lowell High’s Pair of Helping Hands for the Homeless

Lowell High’s Pair of Helping Hands for the Homeless

Emily Rios

January 29, 2019


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By Emily Rios On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 21, Lowell High students board buses headed towards the Cambridge Senior Center for the Helping Hands Day of Service event. The organization Helping Hands 365 teamed up with other local organizations to provide for those in need. The doors were...

Cape Verde Ambassador Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day With the Black Unity Club

Cape Verde Ambassador Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day With the Black Unity Club

January 29, 2019


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By Emily Rios Lowell High School’s Black Unity Club hosts a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day with the Ambassador of Cape Verde, Carlos Veiga, on Monday, January 14th. The Ambassador shares how King was an inspiration not only to those in America but to all freedom fighters around the world. Ambas...

Vaping at Lowell High School

January 26, 2019


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By Mannette Gono Vaporizers, or electronic cigarettes when  inhaled stimulate the feeling of smoking. The e-cigarettes are made with propylene glycol, glycerin, nicotine and food-grade flavorings. The federal legal age for purchasing and using vape products is eighteen (21 in Mass. and some states), how...

Lowell Vs Andover on Homecoming Night

November 20, 2018


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On Friday, October 19, the Red Raiders faced a bittersweet match against Andover, losing by just one point (26 - 25). Despite the loss, we crowned Kat Crabtree Homecoming Queen out of the five contestants running.   The game starts out in high hopes with Lowell gaining an early lead. Trade...

Distinguished Alumni of Lowell High 2018

Emily Rios, Associate Editor

November 20, 2018


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On Thursday, October 25, Lowell High held a ceremony commemorating this year’s distinguished alumni. This year’s members are Helen Mangan Brooks, Donald Dowd, Peter S. Stamas, Brendan V. McAdams, and James Jay Campbell. The graduating classes ranged from 1937 to 1962, honoring the various successes ...

The Death of one of Lowell’s Greatest

Eddy Olu

March 23, 2018


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By Eddy Olu Lowell, MA- The greatest man, father, and coach had recently died March 21st 2018. William "Bill" Gilmore had been a Gym Director at the Lowell Boys and Girls Club for years inspiring the youth of Lowell. His hard ways helped teach and mature many children to be great people in their...

George Zuleta

February 16, 2018


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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...

Pollard Memorial Library: Candy Bento Boxes

Kira Poole, Photographer

December 15, 2017


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