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Former journalism students return to discuss college life

June 20, 2022 By Carolyne Mooney Editor On June 7 and 8, seven LHS graduates from the Class of 2021 returned to reflect on their first year in college at the annual Alumni Panel in Ms. Pastor’s journalism classes. In these sessions, former The Lighthouse staff... More »


Tardy policy takes effect

May 8, 2022 By Jessica Cerrito Staff Writer LHS’ new policy addressing tardiness went into effect on April 4.  Students who are tardy more than two times in one week can now expect to face disciplinary action. A first infraction will result in lunch detention ... More »


20-year tradition continues with Spring Poetry Slam

May 7, 2022 By Adriana Rodriguez Editor-in-Chief The 20th Annual Spring Poetry Slam took place on April 14 in the media center, with 25 students and three educators sharing their writing. Senior Isabella DiPisa, who previously participated in three LHS poetry ... More »


Americans may soon be saying goodbye to standard time

May 5, 2022 By Sebastian Liuba Staff Writer If you dread losing an hour when clocks spring forward, you may be in luck.  On March 14, the Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act, which was proposed by Republican Senator Marco Rubio from Florida. If passed by... More »