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Ethan Fung: Blind runner wins state championship

Ethan Fung: Blind runner wins state championship

Crystal Chan, Reporter

January 16, 2019


Filed under All, Jan. 2019, Sports

At the 100th California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Championship on June 1st, junior Ethan Fung placed first in the Mens Para Ambulatory 400-meter race. He became the first Lowell student to ever win a state championship in track and field. Moreover, Fung is the first blind athlete from Lo...

EDICARTOON: Stonestown lunch runs

EDICARTOON: Stonestown lunch runs

Amy Marcopulos, Illustrator

January 16, 2019


Filed under All, Edicartoon, Jan. 2019

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Take The Lowell January 2019 Content Survey Here!

Take The Lowell January 2019 Content Survey Here!

Susan Wong, Editor-in-Chief

January 16, 2019


Filed under All, Jan. 2019

The Lowell would like to create content that appeals to our audience. What you would like to see in your high school’s publication? Enter a raffle to win a free portable charger! Form closes on Jan. 25 at 11:59 p.m.

Why Lowell should hire another nurse

Why Lowell should hire another nurse

January 16, 2019


Filed under All, Editorials, Jan. 2019

Lowell’s nurse Vanessa Compagno has about 30 to 40 students visit her office every week. She is the first medical responder to medical injuries for approximately 2700 students and 200 faculty members. However, she is often occupied with many other tasks, including staff meetings and special support fo...

City Blues: Why no one should feel bad about going to City College

City Blues: Why no one should feel bad about going to City College

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, Opinions, Sep. 2018

"Where are you applying?” With college application deadlines just around the corner, this question has been rearing its ugly head every way seniors turn. Most of the time it’s the same answers. UCs, Ivy Leagues, maybe a few state schools as backups. Especially at an academic magnet school like Lowell, ...

What is a creator? We explore four Lowell students’ unique creative endeavors

What is a creator? We explore four Lowell students’ unique creative endeavors

Crystal Chan, Allison Jou, Kate Green, and Anna Kaplan, Reporters

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, Features, Sep. 2018

Filmmaker Sebastian Kaplan By Crystal Chan Filmmaking is a tedious process. From writing the script and planning the film’s logistics to filming and editing the end product, films can take weeks, months, or even years to make. Sophomore Sebastian Kaplan has gone through this process many times, ...

FROM THE EDITOR: Creativity knows no bounds

FROM THE EDITOR: Creativity knows no bounds

Olivia Sohn, Susan Wong, Editors-in-Chief

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, Letter from the Editor, Sep. 2018

Dear readers of The Lowell, Often, the perception of students at Lowell is that we are robotic, grade-focused, AP test-taking-machines. Is the trope of “typical Lowell student” actually true? Most students at Lowell have encountered somebody that says, “Oh, you go to Lowell” in a judgm...

The power of an independent press

The power of an independent press

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, Editorials, Sep. 2018

On Aug. 15, The Boston Globe published an editorial in response to President Trump’s recent attacks on the media. The editorial called these attacks dangerous to the foundation of our democracy, as they lead the public to only believe whatever the President might say, whether it be true or not. “T...

Student activism: Lowell students advocate for improved school safety

Student activism: Lowell students advocate for improved school safety

Crystal Chan, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, News, Sep. 2018

aJasmine Liang As seen with the recent gun-related incident at Balboa High School, gun violence can happen anywhere, even in perceived safe spaces like schools. Although no one was injured by the weapon, the incident continues to raise concerns about the safety of students and teachers in schools. At Lowell, st...

Lowell varsity girls volleyball take home victory in Battle of the Birds

Lowell varsity girls volleyball take home victory in Battle of the Birds

Lee Wilcox, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under All, Girls Volleyball, Sep. 2018

The varsity girls’ volleyball team decimated the Washington Eagles 3-0 on Sept. 14. The annual Battle of the Birds ensured a large and emphatic audience in Lowell’s gymnasium. The Cardinals’ dominance started with the first set. The excellent setups of seniors setter Sinead Beaupain and outsid...

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