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LTHS Goes All In!

LTHS Goes All In!

Written by Emily Maier, Features Editor April 12, 2021

For most of the school year, we have been learning from home. The few days of the week we actually go in school feel the most productive. There are many reasons why we might be getting the most out of...

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The Reality of the American Dream

Written by Zoey Foss, Editorial editor March 16, 2021

Since its early days, America has been a beacon of hope for immigrants and the poor. It's shown that no matter where you came from, or where you started, you can make it to the top. It’s so well known...

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

Written by Ayden Mercado, Features Editor March 16, 2021

March 1st to March 31st, is a time to celebrate Women’s benefactions to the evolution of society during the annual declared month of Women’s History. Molly Murphy MacGregor, Mary Ruthsdotter, Maria...

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Volunteering Can Change Teen’s Mindset

Written by Kaia Hsu, Editorial editor March 8, 2021

A high school’s responsibility is to prepare teenagers for life after school, and while attending, teens are taught how to function in society, and one of the ways they do that is by requiring them to...

Life360: When Is It Too Much?

Life360: When Is It Too Much?

Written by Kaia Hsu, Editorial editor January 29, 2021

No matter the time era, there have been parents who feel the need to know where their children are at all times. Before technology, however, parents had no way of knowing. They instead had to trust their...

Harry Styles  Vogue    Cover Backlash

Harry Styles Vogue Cover Backlash

Written by Kaia Hsu, Editorial editor December 15, 2020

On the latest Vogue cover published on December 2, 2020, Harry Styles made history and broke societal standards. Harry Styles was not only the first man to be on the cover of an American Vogue alone, but...

Is Voting Important?

Is Voting Important?

Written by Kaia Hsu, Editorial editor October 29, 2020

Every four years, there is an election to determine who will be the next President of The United States of America, and people 18 and above are allowed to vote. Now is the time to determine what one would...

ACT/SAT Optional

Written by Kaia Hsu, Editorial editor October 9, 2020

Although fall seems like the most relaxing season, the stress levels of seniors are always exceedingly high, especially now. During autumn, many high school seniors begin their application for colleges,...