Girls’ varsity couldn’t shutout the Eagles in Bird Battle
Although the varsity girls’ basketball team put up a solid effort in this year’s Battle of the Birds, they fell short of their goal, losing to the Eagles 55-43 on Jan. 15 at Kezar Pavilion.
Varsity boys’ basketball team’s plans for victory thwarted by Eagles
With the clock winding down and an arena packed with panicking, screaming fans, the varsity boys’ basketball team tries to capitalize on the last moments of the game. Silencing the Cardinals’ fans sitting on the bleachers, the buzzer sounds and signals the end of the game. On Jan. 15, the Cardinals fell short 39-36 against the Washington Eagles in the Battle of the Birds game at Kezar Pavilion.
JV girls’ basketball commands the floor in Battle of the Birds
The whistle sounds. An Eagle player and sophomore forward and center Joanne Thai reach high for the ball. Thai touches the ball first and passes it off to her teammates, and the Cardinal advantage sticks for the rest of the game.
How the young Cardinals flew to success in Battle of the Birds
Battle of the Birds proved no competition for the promising young players on the JV boys’ basketball team. Starting off the night right, the Cardinals crushed the Washington Eagles 52-18 in the game on Jan. 15, moving their league record up 2-0.
Dance students showcase their art in winter performance
Dancers from beginning, intermediate and advanced classes performed at the Winter Dance Showcase on Dec. 9 under the guidance of dance teacher Wendy Jones. Lowell Dance Company also took the stage for multiple numbers.
Why the administration is cutting English honors classes for freshmen
The administration will no longer offer ninth grade English Honors classes starting this spring semester in an effort to increase equity and access to junior and senior AP English classes.
Why these Lowell students took part in a walk-out and protest downtown after the police shooting of Mario Woods
Several Lowell students took part in a walk-out and protest downtown last Friday, advocating for justice in the Dec. 2 fatal police shooting of Mario Woods, a 26-year-old man who was gunned down in the Bayview district by officers of the San Francisco Police Department.

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January 7, 2016

Why the administration is cutting English honors classes for freshmen

The administration will no longer offer ninth grade English Honors classes starting this spring semester in an effort to increase equity and access to junior and senior AP English classes. Assistant principal of curriculum Dacotah...



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January 27, 2016

Varsity boys’ basketball team’s plans for victory thwarted by Eagles

With the clock winding down and an arena packed with panicking, screaming fans, the varsity boys’ basketball team tries to capitalize on the last moments of the game. Silencing the Cardinals’ fans sitting on the bleachers, the...

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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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TO THE EDITOR: Know yourself, accept your limits

Some words of advice for people struggling with time management: prioritizing is key. And by prioritizing, I mean setting certain aspects of your life higher than others. Whether that be schoolwork, family and friends, after-school...

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