In 2020, it seemed as though we had millions of movies in the works. However, due to COVID-19 many productions came to a halt and release dates were postponed. Now with better safety precautions being taken, it looks as though 2021 will be the year for the film industry to thrive! These are the new … Continue reading Movies Coming Out in 2021
There are many ways that spacecraft have been reused in the past, present, and near future. Some of these methods include landing like a plane (the Space Shuttle), landing the booster on a boat (Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy, and New Glenn), catching the booster with a helicopter (Electron), or retrieving parts that parachute into the … Continue reading It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Space Shuttle!
1. Go after a goal that you’ve set for yourself. Work hard. There’s no time like the present to go out and crush your goals. What are you waiting for anyway? Now’s the time to get up and make your dreams a reality. Whether it’s a fitness goal, an academic goal, or even a mental … Continue reading 3 Steps to Making 2021 Your Year
Disclaimer: This article was written by a member of the LHS community who is not a part of the Journalism class. Any points of view expressed in this article are specifically those of the student. This article was written immediately after the events of January 6th, 2021. On January 5th, 2020, the once deep-red state … Continue reading Attack on Our Democracy
If you haven’t heard, Australian singer-songwriter Sia has been working on producing a new movie. The film is called “Music” and features an autistic protagonist. The movie follows a woman who finds herself in the guardianship of her half-sister Music, who is autistic and nonverbal. Music is portrayed by dancer Maddie Ziegler, who is neither … Continue reading Why Sia’s New Movie is Harmful
A to the LHS Music Virtual Holiday Concert The night before the first day of break, LHS Music released their virtual holiday concert, “LHS Music: Home for the Holidays.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iECiDAHD0Fw It premiered performances from every ensemble, including the beloved LHS Carolers. Some favorites from the concert included junior Reese Yaras as the infamous Rudolph in … Continue reading December As and Fs
The year 2020 was insanely tumultuous, and no one will ever forget it. Future history textbooks might cover the COVID-19 pandemic, the historic presidential election, the movement for racial equality, and more. Throughout the end of 2020, the upcoming year of 2021 sort of served as an end goal, or a beacon of hope, for … Continue reading 2020? Forget That, It’s Time for 2021