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A Vietnamese friend’s journey to American culture

Ngan Pham, Narrator

January 24, 2018

Narrated by Ngan Pham...

Unity pep rally rocks Riddick

Everyone starts to feel the school spirit.

Emily Rios, LHS Review Editor

December 14, 2017

Read and Listen here to Pep Rally Stories and Photos>>>> Lowell, MA- The spirit of unity brought the four houses together in Riddick Fieldhouse for the annual pep rally on November 22, just before Thanksgiving break and the annual Thanksgiving Day football game. Listen t...

LHS golf team wins MVC Championship in strong 2017 season

Owen Goulette, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2017

  By Owen Goulette The Lowell High Golf team finished their impressive season with a 16-2 record, an MVC championship, and a third place finish at the sectional tournament. Senior captains, Eric Roy and Brendan Broderick, offered the Raiders consistent leadership this year.  Roy will be continuing his...

A Kerouac poetry contest experience

A Kerouac poetry contest experience

Emily Rios, Op-Ed

November 2, 2017

By Emily Rios Lowell, MA -  Anxious. Excited. That’s how I felt as I participated in my first poetry slam.   It’s basically a recital but better known as a jam or slam to other writers.  I had an idea of what to expect but I felt a positive tension rise as the contestants and audience fille...

Council and School Committee split on new LHS school building

Council and School Committee split on new LHS school building

October 24, 2017

Artwork by Nathalia Rodriguez...

Upset Against Andover!

Henry Cruz-Rivera, Contributor

October 12, 2017

By Henry Cruz-Rivera Andover MA - Lowell MA 9/29/17   “Lowell sucks!” “Their record is a fluke they faced bad teams!” “Andover is gonna get upset!” the crowd shouts.   The Lowell Red Raiders are 3-0 fresh off a blowout home victory against Chelmsford, and on this final S...

Saving the world, one limb at a time.

Saving the world, one limb at a time.

Shaun Sichoumphonh, Contributer

June 23, 2017

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...

A Student’s Memory in Lebanon

A Student's Memory in Lebanon

Leila Chammas, Writer and Narrator

June 22, 2017

This is an audio story based on student, Leila Chammas's memory while on a recent trip to her family's country of Lebanon.   By Leila Chammas Lebanon- It was 2 AM when we arrived at my grandparent’s house in Lebanon. Jet-lagged and irritable; I hadn’t slept but merely 4 hours in the past 48. We took a taxi from Beirut into our small of village of...

Students rally in favor of LHS Downtown

Current and former students in favor of LHS for downtown.

Christina Prum, Editor

June 20, 2017

By Christina Prum Students and alumni of LHS joined together to voice their support for the Downtown.  View pictures in the photo scroll.  Also, an Latin Lyceum junior, Kyra St. Phard, explains her reason for wanting the Downtown location in a short video clip.   ...

Head of School Martin clear on new LHS location

Head of School Brian Martin discusses clean energy education with Secretary of Education James Peyser in May.  Martin announced his retirement for the end of this year.

Melinda Tran, Narrator and Connor Lang, Announcer and Producer

June 16, 2017

As the new LHS school building committee deadlocked today and with a decision scheduled for tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers, Head of School Brian Martin's retirement also approaches.  Mr. Martin announced his retirement to the faculty and staff in March and made his case for the Downtown op...

LHS Impressions: outward in about Noy

LHS Impressions: outward in about Noy

Alicys Perez, Contributor

June 15, 2017

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

Glen arrives on LHS campus

Meet a new character to The LHS Review.  His name is Glen and his creator is Junior Mary Tgibedes

Written By Mary Tgibedes, Staff Artist

June 9, 2017

Junior Mary Tgibedes offers a teenager's perspective on life at LHS through her character Glen.       ...

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