Badminton team smashes the Eagles in a 5-2 victory
The badminton team beat the Washington Eagles in a series of intense matches on April 16, with a final score of 5-2.
Why Lowell needs a college counselor
College counselors are becoming so popular that in 2013, 26 percent of all college applicants — three times as many as in 2003, hired a private admissions consultant or an independent educational consultant to assist with their college applications, according to a Stanford University professor. The average package, from consultation junior year to application senior year, can be over $4,000.
New coaches revive track team, strive for consecutive titles
After last season’s precarious one point victory over the Lincoln Mustangs in the All-City championship, the track team is working hard to hold on to the title.
Swimmers prep for state meet with tighter teamwork
With changes in their coaching staff, the swim team dives into this season with a fresh attitude, focusing on creating a positive community of motivated swimmers.
GSA proposes new gender-neutral restrooms for students
The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is proposing the creation of a gender-neutral bathroom at Lowell to alleviate the stress of students who do not identify with a specific gender.
More photos from the spring musical West Side Story
The musical was performed on March 12, 13, 14 and 15 to huge success.
Varsity girls stampede Mustangs, claim AAA title
Clawing their way to victory, the varsity girls’ basketball team beat the Lincoln Mustangs 56-39 at the Academic Athletic Association championship on March 6.
Deep baseball squad seeks one more title with star on mound
Following last season’s championship victory, the varsity baseball team is looking to ride a deep roster to a third consecutive title this year.
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