by Sasha Ryu Editor-in-Chief On May 25, the world reacted in horror at the sight of a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on an unarmed African American man’s neck. In the weeks that followed […]
by Sasha Ryu Editor-in-Chief This Father’s Day, I wanted to give LGHS students the opportunity to show their appreciation for their fathers, grandfathers, step fathers, godfathers, foster dads, and any other inspirational father […]
by Lexi Kupor People Editor As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to sweep the United States, hopes of reform are visible not just in the social, political, and structural spheres, but also […]
by Sofia Rossi and Maddie Dewhirst National/World Editor and News Editor In a highly anticipated and groundbreaking moment in the battle for LGBTQ equality, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday, Jun. 15, in a 6-3 decision […]
by Delaney Brown Center Editor As the Spring of 2020 comes to a close, celebrate the (admittedly unconventional) season with a fun flowchart quiz to determine what flower best represents you!
by Alaina Fox Editor-in-Chief Though the Confederate flag has often been a prominent fixture on NASCAR properties and at its races, the organization declared on Wed., Jun. 10, that the flag was […]
by Sonali Muthukrishnan Staff Writer Soon after the first Black Lives Matter LG protest, I found out that our school district and administration decided not to allow the march to end on the […]
by Sasha Ryu Editor-in-Chief On Wed., Jun. 3, hundreds of demonstrators marched down Los Gatos Boulevard to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. From start to finish, the two-hour protest […]