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Music artists raise concerns about AI in open letter

May 21, 2024 By Gabriel Campos Staff Writer Artificial intelligence is impacting many fields, and music is no exception. People can now create realistic covers of songs and even generate entirely new songs using AI. The Artists’ Rights Alliance, a non-profit o... More »


MetLife Stadium gets ready to host 2026 FIFA World Cup Final

May 21, 2024 By Kiara Rasmussen Staff Writer The 2026 FIFA World Cup is more than two years away, but the international soccer competition is already causing buzz among New Jersey residents. Local businesses and fans are excited that the final match and seven ... More »


World Language Honor Society recognizes 35 new inductees

May 20, 2024 By Rayan Yamout Staff Writer The LHS chapter of the World Language Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony on April 17 in the auditorium. Thirty-five new members were welcomed to the organization, doubling its size to 70 members. The WLHS... More »


The plot thickens: Readers praise mystery books

May 17, 2024 By Allison Vasquez Staff Writer Mystery. It’s a vast genre consisting of cozies, noirs, thrillers, whodunits and more.  According to the market research and data analytics company YouGov, histories and mysteries were the most popular book genres A... More »


Students explore career options at Lyndhurst-based corporation

May 16, 2024 By Lily Anderson Copy Editor How do international corporations operate? How do companies ensure their products are safe? What makes employees feel fulfilled at work? These were some of the questions addressed during a field trip to Sika Corporatio... More »


Wonder Girls Club sets out on healing journey at horse farm

May 15, 2024 By Nikalena Iacono Editor Fifteen members of the Wonder Girls Club experienced the healing power of horses when they visited a mustang training and rescue facility in Allendale on April 25. Run by the non-profit Unbridled Heroes Project, the horse... More »


Class of 1993 grad enters Academic Hall of Fame

May 15, 2024 By Drew Bancroft Staff Writer Thirty-one years ago, Class of 1993 alumna Daniela Montalto was a senior about to graduate from LHS. This month, she returned to her roots to address the top 10% of students in each class at the annual Academic Awards... More »


School absences increase nationwide following pandemic

May 14, 2024 By Anastasia Loutroutzis and Kiara Rasmussen Webmaster and Staff Writer If you are tempted to stay home from school more than before the pandemic, you are not alone.  According to data from the American Enterprise Institute, nationally, 26% of pub... More »


Highly selective institutions bring back SAT requirement

April 19, 2024 By Anastasia Loutroutzis Webmaster Elite colleges and universities, including Brown University, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale University, are reintroducing standardized testing to their ... More »