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Where To Go…To Go

Pat Hogan Junior    How would you feel if the school made you use the opposite gender facility? Transgender students should be able to use their appropriate and/or desired facilities. In these people’s minds they are the opposite sex, minus the plumbing. If they are able to use their desired facilities, they will feel more comfortable. […]

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Open Up the Courtyard for a Better Day

Cassie Smith Junior    Looking out the window, the students at LHS notice how beautiful the weather is, and all they want is to get out of their cooped up classrooms and enjoy this nice weather. However, they never receive the opportunity to do so. To resolve this desire that the students wish to have, […]

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Because We Need Sleep

Mike Gralla Junior    Does school really need to start at eight in the morning? The answer is no, it does not. The bus that passes by my house picks students up at seven. This means that if students need an hour to get ready in the morning they have to get up at six […]

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On Parking

Evan Ganzer Junior Dear LHS Tom-Tom, ​   Can you remember how much you wanted to drive and how much easier it was for your parents when you could finally drive yourself and younger siblings places? Sophomores should be able to receive parking passes just as the juniors and seniors can. With more students parking on […]

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To Sleep? Or To Study?

Emily Halper Junior    During the ages of 13-17, it is deeply stressed that we as adolescents take on a lot with discovering “who we are”. Well, that is completely absurd! What is really happening is that we are realizing how incredibly hard it is to handle school, socialization, social media, sports, work, college preparation, […]

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