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Student Spotlight: Kara Mueller

Feb. 4, 2019 By Somaia Hassan Editor For the month of February, The Lighthouse turns the spotlight over to senior Kara Mueller. With a smile on her face, Mueller takes to LHS’ stage one last time in her role as the Guard of Oz in the musical “The Wizard of Oz,... More »

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Nazli’s Closet: Trendy 90s looks for the winter season

Feb. 1, 2019 By Nazli Tiyaloglu Managing Editor The temperature outside might still be cold, but that doesn’t have to stop you from looking hot. Here are some basic 90s-inspired pieces that are sure to keeping you looking on point this season: Long cardigan sw... More »

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The Monthly Pessimist: Giving winter the ‘cold shoulder’

Jan. 11, 2019       By Joe Sandomenico Staff Writer There are a lot of people out there who like to take a step outside, and the first thing they do is breathe out so they can see a cloud of condensation form before their eyes. There are also a lot of people w... More »

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Iris’ Beauty Corner: 6 mascaras to look your best in 2019

Jan. 6, 2019 By Iris Gonzales Staff Writer From waterproof to non-waterproof mascaras, from basic blacks to bold yellow colors, welcome the new year with these six spectacular mascaras:     Too Faced Better Than Sex non-waterproof mascara ($24) Better Than Sex... More »

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Student Spotlight: Mikayla Poggi

Jan. 4, 2019 By Carina Paserchia Managing Editor For the month of January, The Lighthouse turns the spotlight over to junior Mikayla Poggi. Throughout her years at LHS, Poggi has participated in the band, chorale, Future Business Leaders of America, musical, N... More »

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Do-It-Yourself: Make your own ‘Let it Snow’ wreath

Dec. 20, 2018 By Jefferson Lima Staff Writer Materials needed: Plaid ribbon, bottle brush trees, wood slice rounds, straight pins, black sharpie marker, scissors, hot glue gun, white yarn, Make It Fun foam wreath. Step 1: Cut long pieces of plaid ribbon to ful... More »

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Student Spotlight: Ruby Rodrigues

Dec. 12, 2018 By Somaia Hassan Editor For the month of December, The Lighthouse turns the spotlight over to senior Ruby Rodrigues. During her years at LHS, Rodrigues has become a role model for other students by holding leadership positions in school and in th... More »

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The Monthly Pessimist: Homework makes me lose hours of sleep

Dec. 14, 2018       By Sebastian Cabrera Editor Starting as early as first grade, children receive homework, and as they grow older, they have to do more and more of it. Homework can be so difficult and time-consuming that it stresses students out to the point... More »

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Nazli’s Closet: Cold weather must-haves

Dec. 6, 2018 By Nazli Tiyaloglu Managing Editor Fashion is always changing. This December, make sure you are keeping up with the most up-to-date trends by stocking your closet with the following cold weather essentials. These trendy looks are sure to have you ... More »

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Iris’ Beauty Corner: Falling in love with skincare

Nov. 8, 2018       By Iris Gonzales Staff Writer Hydrate, moisturize and nourish! The weather is changing and that means your skincare routine needs to change too. Try these seven tips to maintain your best look despite dropping temperatures. Change your clean... More »

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The Monthly Pessimist: Hallway traffic worse than highway traffic

Nov. 8, 2018         By Joe Sandomenico Staff Writer Don’t you hate it when the bell rings and you just want to get to your next class so you can learn… but you can’t? Why? Because other students are making it nearly impossible to move through LHS’ hallways. I... More »

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Student Spotlight: Casey Cirne

Nov. 8, 2018 By Carina Paserchia Managing Editor For the month of November, The Lighthouse turns the spotlight over to freshman Casey Cirne. When the varsity cheerleading team was in need of a new golden bear, Cirne stepped up for the challenge. Along with bei... More »