• February 22The website currently contains articles from Issue I and Issue II!

Invisible and Unheard: Black Representation at Lexington High School

Athena Li & Sarah Liu, Online Editor & Features Editor

While the official Lexington Public Schools’ mission statement declares “We All Belong” as its first priority on a list of eight, many students feel that its faculty and administration can do better...

A Brief History of the Blocks App

You may have downloaded the Blocks app this past fall, either to exchange kindness messages with friends, to try to win a Chick-fil-A gift card, or simply to stay on top of your schedule. The app, which...

Lexington High School Custodian Appreciation

Claire Pak & Sapphire Wang, Online Editor & Staff Writer

Just as the crew and cameramen are as necessary to shooting a film as the actors themselves, Lexington High School’s custodial staff is an integral part of our community. They play an essential role...

Equity in Remote Learning: Lexington Public School Initiatives

Schools are closely associated with education, but they are also sources of support and security for students in need. Fulfilling these duties amidst the COVID-19 pandemic required immediate action in...

Inside the Planning of a COVID School Year

In the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, the persistent presence of the COVID-19 pandemic pushed school administrators to grapple with an important question: how do we ensure that students receive...

Highlights and Lowlights of Quarantine

To say that this year has been unusual would be an understatement. It’s been unique, uncertain, and unprecedented. With a global pandemic, nation-wide protests for racial justice, and a high-stakes presidential...

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