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Students and teachers share their favorite April Fools pranks

March 28, 2018 By Mostafa Mohamed Staff Writer With April on the horizon, it’s time to start preparing for your ultimate April Fools pranks. Here are some favorites among LHS’ own practical jokers: Laura Abreu, sophomore “Putting Saran wrap on the toilet.”    ... More »

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Sony’s new Aibo robot struggles to compete with real dog

March 28, 2018 By Lea Torppey Staff writer After over a decade of waiting, Sony has finally resurrected its famous and iconic robotic dog, Aibo. First released in 1999, the Aibo is now available for preorder but will not be delivered to customers until 2018. L... More »

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United for life: Siblings describe their special connection

March 28, 2018 By Sebastian Cabrera Editor National Siblings Day is April 10, but what makes the connection between siblings so special? Well, most siblings have known each other longer than they have known almost anyone else. They learn from each other, suppo... More »

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Irish soda bread: A Saint Patrick’s Day classic

March 6, 2018 By Gianna Fallacara Staff Writer Nothing beats the comforting and familiar smell of Irish soda bread. This Saint Patrick’s Day, celebrate with a mouth-watering treat that will keep you wanting more. Ingredients: 4 cups of flour 4 tablespoons of s... More »

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Student’s share Valentine’s Day pick-up lines

February 8, 2018 By Rachel Bocage Staff Writer With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, here are a few pick-up lines to help you capture some laughs on this special day. LHS Students “Are you a keyboard? ‘Cause you’re just my type.” Kiara Acta, grade 10   ... More »

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Golden Bears reflect on their favorite U.S. presidents

February 7, 2018 By Sid Das Staff Writer On April 30, 1789, George Washington took the oath of office, becoming the United States’ first president. Since then, 44 more presidents have taken on the honor and responsibility of leading the country. As President’s... More »