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Larry David’s Appointment to the National Constitution Center’s Teacher Advisory Council

Lexington High School social studies teacher Larry David was recently accepted into The National Constitution Center’s Teacher Advisory Council. The council was recently launched in response to the divided...

An Overview of Vaccines

Alexander Tang, Staff Writer

A year has passed since Lexington residents entered quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we are gradually progressing towards normalcy with the help of vaccines. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson...

Boomers Reincarnated? Student Opinions on Internet Use

Natalie Olofsson, Staff Writer

For Gen Z, particularly Lexington High School students, there seems to be some hypocrisy in the way we use social media. Over half of us use social media for three or more hours a day, according to a recent...

Lexington High School to Mandate New Kitten Zoom Filter For All Students

Daisy Li and Sarah Liu, News Editor and Features Editor

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many members of the Lexington High School community have expressed feeling a loss of connection with their fellow students and teachers. With many students fully remote and...

Making the Most of the Pandemic: Band and Orchestra Operations During Covid-19

Despite the difficulties of the pandemic, Lexington High School’s bands and orchestras continue to rehearse, perform, and give back to the community.  To rehearse in-person, students have been 15...

COVID-19 Screening at Lexington High School

At the beginning of January, Lexington Public Schools developed #LexGetScreened, a new surveillance testing plan in service agreement with Mirimus Clinical Labs. Through this program, LPS hopes to identify...

The Importance of Best Buddies

Talia Alperin , Columnist

Ableism - discrimination against people with disabilities - has devastating consequences for many individuals. Specifically during the COVID-19 pandemic, the prevalence of ableism has have become increasingly...

Problems at Lexington High School: Homework Policy

Darren Tran, Columnist

The infamous homework policy of Lexington High School. The funny thing is that this homework policy is not so ambiguous, at least it does not have to be, especially regarding no homework weekends. “No...

A New Way to School: Binging Netflix

When school first closed in March 2020, many students flocked to streaming services to binge movies and television shows in order to pass time. People were able to enjoy the content that they had heard...

LHS Teacher’s COVID Test Innovation should replace Saliva Testing

Most communities offer nasal COVID-19 testing where long white swabs are shoved up people’s noses or saliva testing participants are required to spit several times into a test tube. Although this testing...

Main Building Converted to Ten-Story Skyscraper Following GameStop Windfall

Bull Stonkton, student leader of the Investment Club at Lexington High School, invested all funds under the club’s management in GameStop (ticker: GME) last year and recently cashed in following GME’s...

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