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The Budget

Language matters as the prevalence and normalization of slurs and hateful language is a heavy weight on the mental health of those who are targeted by them

Normalizing slurs proves damaging

By Arien Roman Rojas, Co-Editor in Chief of The Budget
December 17, 2021
Students from all across Europe have found a new home at LHS this fall.

Foreign exchange students return

By Julia Barker, Features Editor
December 17, 2021
Exploring the sea, biology teacher Ms. Ball joins the Nautilus crew in finding new organisms in an unexplored section of the North Pacific Ocean. “We spent the first-day training and getting settled into the ship but remained in port,” says Ball. “We had a great expedition briefing from the lead scientist.”

Teacher sets off to sea

By Finn Lotton-Barker, Reporter
December 17, 2021
Sharing her work, teacher Melissa Johnson holds a poetry reading at Watson Park in association with The Raven Book Store. “I was nervous,” Johnson said. “Even though I have done a lot of readings, I am nervous every time,” Johnson said.

A poet by night

By Case Nicholson, Reporter
December 17, 2021
Its time to get the cops out

It’s time to get the cops out

By Jake Shew, Reporter
December 17, 2021
Movements against assault need everyone

Movements against assault need everyone

By Arien Roman Rojas, Co-Editor in Chief of The Budget
December 17, 2021
With power, junior Treven Gill bowls during a team practice on Nov. 4 at Royal Crest Lanes.

Knocking down expectations

By Dom LaPoint, Reporter
December 17, 2021
An increase in fighting at LHS has spawned concerns about the role that student fight culture can play in the issue.

Combating more violence

By Tessa Collar, Co-Online Editor in Chief
December 17, 2021
For many, music performance is an integral part of their life and mental health.

Making Music Matters

By Cuyler Dunn, Co-Editor in Chief of The Budget
December 13, 2021
Contemplating changes in life brought senior Addie London to the conclusion that the regular migraines she battled were something she could live with.

Living with radical acceptance

By Addie London, Copy Editor
November 11, 2021
Chesty featured within Tyler the Creators signature Tyler Baudelaire logo from his summer album CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST.

Album of the summer

By Jake Shew, Reporter
November 11, 2021
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