FROM THE EDITORS: Why we must delve deeper into Lowell's racial issues
As the Black Lives Matter movement sweeps across the nation, students have risen up to demand an end to systematic and structural racism on high school and college campuses.
Who’s who? New staff join the Lowell team, part three
Check out PART THREE of the new teacher profiles!
How boys’ soccer prevailed in champs against Mission Bears
The boys’ soccer team claimed its title as Academic Athletic Association champions in a 1-0 victory against the Mission Bears on Nov. 7.
It’s not all black or white: reporter struggles with mixed-race identity
I arrived at my cousin Angela’s fourteenth birthday party and was the first one there. Her mom is from Malaysia and her dad is German. I immediately gravitated towards her and for the rest of the evening, we exchanged gossip, played guitars and harmonized together.
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November 25, 2015

Who’s who? New staff join the Lowell team, part three

Horse trainer and marathoner dashes into the history department Andrea Struve, history teacher What are some of your hobbies/interests? I train horses. I couldn’t afford to ride horses, because it’s really expensive, so I became...

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November 23, 2015

Communication: Key to JV girls’ volleyball success

The JV girls’ volleyball team beat the Washington Eagles on Nov. 13 in a three-set match during the fight for the Academic Athletic Association title. The entire match was a back-and-forth struggle to win and neither team was...

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October 16, 2015

The tuition is too damn high: how students cope with the rising cost of...

  In March of 2013, Brian Nguyen logged on to the UC Santa Cruz portal to find an acceptance letter. This was the moment he had been waiting for: University of California (UC) schools are a dream for many Lowell students and now it...

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November 28, 2015

Standardized testing: less is more

A recent two-year study by the Council of Great City Schools has revealed that there is no correlation between hours spent testing and student performance in reading and math, and that tests can be redundant and have no clear purpose....

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