A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Valentine’s Day: Reality vs. Expectations

February 14, 2016 5:38pm |

Every year, Valentine’s Day is made up to be this incredibly romantic occasion. Whether they’re single, or in a relationship, people tend to wrap themselves up in this big fantasy. We imagine our own romantic moments that could come straight out of Hollywood.  But, every […]

Sanders Stands Out

February 2, 2016 7:38pm |

Last night at the Iowa caucus, our favorite democratic socialist, Bernie Sanders, was able to close the gap behind front runner Hillary Clinton to land a tie.  Sanders was predicted by the Des Moines Register poll, historically the most accurate poll in the Iowa Caucus, […]

Fear, progress, and comedy: meditation on 2015, thoughts for 2016

December 31, 2015 7:04pm |

I’ve thought about this reflection for weeks. At first I figured I would recap some of the events of the year, as if there won’t be an indescribable amount of recaps. I would mention the January terrorist attack on the French satire publication Charlie Hebdo, the […]

A Great Day at the Fair

December 17, 2015 8:24pm |

Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, step right up to see the newest attraction at the Littleton High School Fair! Here we already offer exhilarating rides and games such as the I.O.P. Tilt-a-Whirl, the Final Exam Emotional Rollercoaster, the Pin-the-Tail on Your Self-Worth, and Wasting […]

Black Friday is upon us

November 26, 2015 10:32pm |

It is that time of year again. The smell of cookies in the oven, the sight of snowflakes hanging delicately from the tree branches, a slightly over-cooked, fifteen-pound Butterball resting in peace on the kitchen table, frantic shoppers forming angry mobs outside of department stores. […]

Give me a break

November 24, 2015 8:52pm |

We did it! We worked through 21 whole weeks of school and got to the fabled, ever-powerful fall break. The magical powers of the week are supposed to allow us to stuff our faces with unreal amounts of soul food, celebrate a day when our […]

How we can help Paris, France in their time of need

November 14, 2015 10:54pm |

I am sickened to say that there has been another terrorist attack. Although it may not be close to us, and many of us are not directly involved in it, it is still heartbreaking. Sometimes, it’s easy to think things like this can’t happen. But […]

When is too old for trick or treating?

October 31, 2015 11:55pm |

Who doesn’t love dressing up once a year, on an especially spooky night, to get free candy? Everyone has had a time in their life when they were filled with excitement at the thought of trick or treating. For some of us, that time is […]

League dominance doesn’t translate

September 27, 2015 12:48pm |

Two years ago, during my sophomore year, it was announced LHS athletics would be moving down to 4A athletics the next year. Woohoo! That’s great! And it has been. LHS now fields winning teams in most sports, and usually has one or two teams per […]

An open letter to Homecoming fashion

September 15, 2015 9:04pm |

Dear teen girls of LHS: Happy Homecoming Week! If you have a date, I am so happy for you! If you don’t have a date, that’s alright babe, you’ll rock the night. If you don’t want a date, do your thing, homegirl. If you’re not […]