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From Paper to Screen: AP Exams Switch Online

From Paper to Screen: AP Exams Switch Online

Nicole Seemann, Website Editor

April 29, 2020

The coronavirus has made everything a little chaotic, and many students would agree that school is a whole new universe than in the past. All school events are cancelled, students are working from home and AP exams are no longer being administered at school.  Now hold up, don’t get all excited thi...

How Students Are Being Affected By COVID-19

How Students Are Being Affected By COVID-19

Reyna Arellanes, Reporter

April 23, 2020

Many students around the world are being affected by the Coronavirus also known as COVID-19.  Due to this pandemic students are missing out on school dances, graduations, vacations, going to school, and just doing normal daily life things that people do on a day to day basis. “It really suck...

New Version of Senioritis

New Version of Senioritis

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

April 16, 2020

A new chapter unveiled during COVID-19 as school is forced to shut down which alarmed many parents and students when Gov. Doug Ducey allowed any school in Arizona to close down from March 16 to prevent the spread of the virus. But there are many pros and cons with the online school as it allows many...

New Adventures from the Canceled Sport Season

New Adventures from the Canceled Sport Season

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

April 11, 2020

“If you were to tell me at the beginning of the year that my senior year would fall apart during the second half, I wouldn’t believe you,” said Senior Antonio Hurtado.  People around the world have been affected by a recent pandemic called the coronavirus which began in late 2019 and is conti...

Alternate Learning Platforms Face Student Opposition

Alternate Learning Platforms Face Student Opposition

Kitana Ford, Copy Editor

April 8, 2020

Uncertain, outraged, dejected—of which are only a few emotions among students that have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the World Economic Forum,”over a billion students worldwide are unable to go to school or university, due to measures to stop the spread of COVID-19....

10 Ideas to Make Your Corona Vacation Bearable

10 Ideas to Make Your Corona Vacation Bearable

Eboni Boyd, Proofreader

April 7, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic hitting America and the new social distancing regulations, many of us are stuck at home for the majority of the day. You may not know what to do with all the extra time you have on your hands, so here’s a list to give you some ideas: Try out a new recipe: Even if you are...

NHS Provides Opportunity for Clubs to go to Disney Land

NHS Provides Opportunity for Clubs to go to Disney Land

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

April 2, 2020

One of the happiest places on Earth is Disneyland; however, it can break your bank account. A trip to DisneyLand is offered at Lake Havasu High School on two separate occasions. The first being Disney Grad, where seniors get to go on a trip to Disney in order to celebrate their Senior year. Another chan...

Class of 2020 Experiences Senior Year Like No Other

Class of 2020 Experiences Senior Year Like No Other

Ashley Bucknum, Managing Editor

April 1, 2020

  It’s official: Arizona schools will be closed through the end of the school year. Graduation, prom, senior trips, spring sports, and so many other senior traditions have vanished for the class of 2020, and there’s nothing we can do about it. Being a high school senior amidst the corona...

Plagiarism: High School Vs. College

Plagiarism: High School Vs. College

Samantha Martin, Social Media/Business Manager

March 12, 2020

Plagiarism and cheating have become a norm for high school students. If one gets caught, the consequences could hurt that student, but are the consequences as important compared to what could happen to a college student? Are high schools preparing students for how much plagiarizing could hurt them in...

Coronavirus: Rising Body Temperatures, Persistent Cough, Shortness of Breath

Coronavirus: Rising Body Temperatures, Persistent Cough, Shortness of Breath

Kitana Ford, Copy Editor

March 11, 2020

Rising body temperatures; a hoarse, persistent cough; shortness of breath—all of which is more commonly associated with influenza. However, on January 30, the World Health Organization announced the outbreak of a virus that mirrors more severe flu-like symptoms: the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Consequentl...

Is Early Graduation For You?

Is Early Graduation For You?

Reyna Arellanes, Reporter

March 4, 2020

Eager to leave high school early? For those who are, they’re given the opportunity to graduate either a year or semester early, but is it really worth it? For some students who want to start college already, yes it is. “It's good for me because I've always felt like university is my calling, so...

Stealing Love, Dogs Recognized as Main Therapy Animal

Stealing Love, Dogs Recognized as Main Therapy Animal

Nicole Seemann, Website Editor

March 3, 2020

Their heart is racing as they walk through the concourse; their head lowered to the ground as they go through the list of work ahead, fingers fidgeting as they anxiously lift one by one in a count. They run out of fingers on their hand and drop it to their side, speeding up their gait. The sound of a b...

Students of Sustainability: Small Changes, Large Impacts

Students of Sustainability: Small Changes, Large Impacts

Eboni Boyd, Reporter

February 26, 2020

Picking up after oneself will remain an important aspect of life until the end of time. Not only does it make things more appealing to the eye, but it also decreases the spread of diseases, protects the wildlife and keeps communities clean. Science teacher Alisha Porosky started a new club on campus call...

Toxic Relationships: Warning Signs, Effects, Solutions

Toxic Relationships: Warning Signs, Effects, Solutions

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

February 24, 2020

Do you know the feeling when you start dating someone and get butterflies in your stomach? Is it love or is it your conscience telling you that something is going to happen? In the beginning of many relationships, there are a lot of ups and downs that can occur between you and your significant other....

Fire Week Got Lit

Fire Week Got Lit

Ashley Bucknum, Managing Editor

February 19, 2020

LHHS has joined the fight against the raging forest fires that have been ravaging Australia since late July of 2019—and they show no signs of stopping. Several organizations have been created to raise awareness to this devastation and countless schools and businesses have contributed through fundrais...

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