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Survival guide for hybrid learning

Isabella McCutcheon, Editor-in-Chief
January 21, 2021

After nearly two long months of remote learning, LHS is finally making the switch back into the hybrid learning style. Although many people are excited about the change, that isn’t the case for everyone....

Budgeting habits can start with these three easy tips.

How to budget effectively: the teen years

Rachel St. Louis, Copy Chief
January 15, 2021

2020 has been over for more than a week. Instead of jumping over the hurdle in an effortless leap, we crawled under it in an awkward tangle of limbs and bruises. But reflecting on the bad times can push...

Amidst the chaos that the year 2020 has brought, there has been happiness and progress in the world

The light amidst the darkness of 2020

Audrey DeAngelis, Online Chief
December 31, 2020

This year was supposed to be one for the record books, and it was, but not necessarily in the way we wanted. We were expecting a happy, successful year, but we got one filled with death and isolation instead....

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The night before Christmas, the night filled with tradition

Audrey DeAngelis, Online Chief
December 24, 2020

The holiday season is upon us, and families around the world have begun their traditions for whichever holiday they celebrate. Some may be left behind as time goes on, but those traditions that stay,...

Eating healthy may be the center of many peoples' lives, but there are ways to do so while enjoying holiday favorites.

Holiday recipes to cure your cravings

Rachel St. Louis, Copy Chief
December 23, 2020

It’s evident that the holidays are practically here. In fact, many people have already been admiring their decorated Christmas trees or celebrating Hanukkah. Whether you and your family tend to celebrate...

Giving the perfect present to loved ones doesn't have to be as stressful as it seems. A present that shows love and effort goes a long way.

Tips on giving the best gifts this holiday season

Kat Hallee, Executive Features Editor
December 17, 2020

It’s finally that time of the year! The holiday season has arrived, and the time for gift giving is now. Even though the days are flying by, there is still hope for finding the perfect present for...

Most times people who face mental illness feel alone or like an outcast, but remember that you are not alone

Trapped in my own world: Your words can make a difference

Katie Huggins, Lifestyle Editor
December 9, 2020

I’m drowning in my problems and can’t seem to get my head back up to the surface. Every day seems to run into each other like a movie on repeat. People all around you are facing day to day struggles...

Remember to take the time to relax during remote learning. This is a stressful time for us all, and it’s necessary that we all allow ourselves breaks.

Staying motivated outside of the classroom

Matt Vogel, Features Editor
December 2, 2020

Chaotic mornings. Confusing schedules. Trying to remember what time you need to join the Google Meet, or better yet, what class you should even be in. Online school has already caused a lot of stress...

 While learning in the hybrid or remote schedule can be stressful, students should remember: you are not alone. Help is available.

New schedules, new norms have impact on students’ mental health

Katie Huggins, Lifestyle Editor
October 29, 2020

At the end of each summer, there are always mixed emotions with coming back to school. But this year, students had to face several changes due to the outbreak of COVID-19.  Switching between in-person...

Why not take a stroll through the Adams Pond Trail? Right next to the orchard by Moose Hill, the trail provides a safe space to rest your mind before returning to school. Whether you go alone or with friends, visiting the scenery is sure to reduce stress.

Ways seniors can enjoy new open campus privileges

Matt Vogel, Features Editor
September 29, 2020

From hybrid learning to a hallway rotary, LHS has incorporated many changes to accommodate Covid-19.  While these implementations may take some getting used to for students and staff members alike,...

Class of 2023 socialize in front of buses on their orientation day in 2019.

My advice to freshmen

Isabella McCutcheon, Editor-in-Chief
September 12, 2020

When you were younger, you probably pictured high school as this cool, exciting thing that teenagers did everyday. Maybe you daydreamed about having your very own locker or walking down the halls, being...

30 Ideas for Your Summer Bucket List

30 Ideas for Your Summer Bucket List

Myah Teague, Art Director
June 4, 2020

I think we are all done with staying inside and not being able to hang out with friends. Hopefully this will all end soon and we can begin to enjoy our summer and spend quality time with our friends. I...

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