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Valentine’s Day is not just for significant others

February 14, 2018 9:03pm | Olivia Graham

Valentine’s Day is a holiday of love and couples giving each other flowers and candy.  At least that is what people think, and they have mixed feelings about this holiday. Either they hate it because they don’t have a significant other or they think it […]

Oh Snap: Snapchat update betrays user base

February 8, 2018 5:37am | Molly Rosales

Snapchat, oh Snapchat. What happened? You were so perfect. Swipe left, your friends. Swipe right, a plethora of insight. That’s how it always was. That’s how it should’ve always been… There wasn’t any warning, I didn’t even allow it to happen. One second you were […]

Crimes in the cafeteria: district fork policy is spoiling your lunch

January 15, 2018 1:08am | Eli Demosthenes

Forks. Let’s talk about forks. All these serious global issues are happening and I want to talk about forks. Just yesterday, a false missile launch warning had Hawaiians worried for their lives and I want to talk about forks. Children are starving and corrupt politicians […]

The holiday season is a true test

November 3, 2017 2:06pm | Josh Forbes

With Halloween ending, people start having the realization that Thanksgiving is four weeks away and Christmas is roughly eight weeks away. I have noticed over the years that mindsets and attitudes towards other people tend to change during this time. As a society, we all […]

Los muertos vienen y visitan

November 3, 2017 2:02pm | Sandra Hernandez Tobon

El 2 de noviembre es un día de celebración para los latinoamericanos. Los latinos celebran el dia de los muertos para honrar a sus ancestros y las celebraciones empiezan la última semana de octubre. Una gran parte de dia de los muertos son los altares […]

Repealing the second amendment will do nothing | Opinion

October 11, 2017 1:54am | Josh Forbes

Mass shootings have always been a problem all over the world. Following these tragic events, the topic commonly debated is gun control and if American citizens should have the right to bear arms. After the Las Vegas shooting happened a little over a week ago, […]

Late start every Wednesday: a positive change to LHS

October 1, 2017 4:06pm | Addi Iken

Littleton High School has now experienced six, one hour late start Wednesdays. Having school start at 8:20am once a day each week has been wonderful for many students, but not as great for others. For students like me who are in IB, participate in a […]

End of DACA impacts LHS students

September 18, 2017 7:41pm | Lions' Roar

*Lionsroarnow.com decided to redact the author’s name to protect his/her privacy. September 5th, President Donald Trump decided to end the DACA program, ending the dreams of many immigrants. Immigrants that are your neighbors, your students, your peers, your friends, immigrants that are, as Barack Obama […]

How prepared are students for AP tests?

May 11, 2017 2:46pm | Sarah Fantle

How much onus falls on the student to have prepared themselves when they don’t think they are being prepared by their teachers for AP exams? This is a question I have been asking myself as testing week has begun. As I have headed into multiple […]

Reasons to watch 13 Reasons Why

May 6, 2017 5:31am | Ashlyn Moore

Disclaimer: suicide will be talked about. 13 Reasons Why is a new Netflix series based off the book written by Jay Asher. The series follows Clay Jensen who is dealing with the recent suicide of his friend, Hannah Baker. He soon realizes that Hannah left […]