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The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

Students Annika Maximov and Jackson Green stand alongside Rabbi Zalman Tiechtel and principal Jessica Bassett for a posed picture, amidst reports of antisemitic graffiti.
Antisemitic graffiti sparks worries at LHS
By Perrin Goulter, Editor-in-Chief • January 20, 2023

Students accustomed to graffiti leading to bathroom closures have seen an escalation with swastikas appearing this school year. In addition to swastikas,...

Junior Brynae Johnson prepares to shoot a free throw amidst during their game against Shawnee Mission East.
Girls basketball team opens promising season with statement wins
By Jackson Green, Reporter • January 9, 2023

With hopes of an exciting season, and deep playoff hopes, Lawrence High School’s girls basketball team started their season with a statement win.  In their first game,...

Antisemitic graffiti has demanded a rebuilding of  the way we understand hate.
Antisemitism is on the rise, and we need to stop ignoring it
By Jackson Green, Reporter • January 20, 2023

Swastikas scratched into the walls and drawn onto stalls with Sharpie and pencil did more than just damage our bathrooms. Those images created fear. They were horrifying...

Freshman Willie Dobson uses his MacBook during film class.
Save our MacBooks
By Delaney Haase, Guest Contributor • December 12, 2022
A disc of Taylor Swifts new album Midnights hangs out of a CD player.
Taylor Swift has done it again
By Campbell Leitch, Reporter • November 11, 2022
Sophomore Arabella Gipp was named the state-wide Boys and Girls club youth of the year.
Sophomore Arabella Gipp puts on community mental health resource event, "Surviving or Thriving?"
By Tessa Collar, Reporter • December 12, 2022

Sophomore Arabella Gipp reiterated one word to describe the feeling of a day she had been planning for one and a half years finally arriving: surreal.  In March 2022,...

This Week at LHS
This Week at LHS: Oct. 31-Nov.

Students at work in the classroom of Kimberly Hawks, whose business classes last year experienced cuts
District Futures Planning Committee to showcase potential budget-cut package at community meetings
By Jackson Green, Finn Lotton-Barker, Jonas Lord, and Jack Ritter January 17, 2023

With this year's batch of budget cuts to be finalized in mere months, the USD 497 Futures Planning Committee is narrowing in on the plan it will present to the board in February.  The...

Exploring the Love Garden with Jonas Lord
Exploring the Love Garden with Jonas Lord
By Jonas Lord November 15, 2022