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Potential changes to Mayfete revealed

John Redinbo, Staffer

February 13, 2020

In addition to the recent overhaul of the Mayfete court system, possible changes may be heading towards the actual format of the celebration. There have been issues in recent years concerning Mayfete attendance, with some stu...

Senate postpones the royalty amendment

Jon Wood and Michael Murray

January 9, 2020

The LOHS student Senate voted to postpone an official vote on an amendment to degender the Mayfete court. The amendment would remove the gender-based requirements and labels for the Mayfete court, and rename the court members as...

Student senate votes to degender Mayfete court

Michael Murray and Jon Wood

January 6, 2020

The LOHS student Senate voted to approve an amendment to the LOHS student constitution that would degender the Mayfete court. The amendment officially removes the gender-based requirements and labels for the Mayfete court, renaming the court memb...

The Mayfete solution nobody is talking about

Penelope Spurr, News Editor

November 30, 2019

Mayfete originates from May Day, a seasonal Greco-Roman festival. Originally involving debauchery likened to Dionysus and Aphrodite, it evolved into a celebration of luck associated with spring. In nineteenth-century May Day festi...

Youth ERA goes underused by student body

Grace Goverman, News Editor

November 28, 2019

Upon entering their second year at LOHS, the “pop-up Youth drop” has seen dwindling attendance. According to its website, Youth ERA is an Oregon-based nonprofit that provides “accessible support services to all young p...

Conor’s Column

Conor Mehaffey, A&E Editor, Columnist

November 21, 2019

After a fairly unorthodox column last month, I wanted to move toward something a little more positive for this next issue. And with Thanksgiving just one week away, I thought that this would be a perfect opportunity to recognize ...

Lack of communication at LOHS impairs student involvement in school affairs

The Editorial Board

October 28, 2019

THE SENATE Last year, in response to concerns regarding attendance and accountability, former ASB President Eli Rowland restructured the Senate in hopes that Senators would reliably report to and represent their English class...

Cameron’s Circus

Cameron Iizuka, Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2019

Welcome to my hide-away hole on the back page of this ‘ere newspaper. This column used to be home to a one Joe Lantow, who wrote titillating exposés on ASB and its “corruption” *ghost noise*, and another Damon Pontarelli, w...

ASB turns out the lights for “We Are LO” assembly

Esther Szeto, Design Editor

September 28, 2019

The Lights Out Assembly on Friday, Sept. 13 was the second assembly of the year, which kicked off the fall season with inclusivity and unity. The theme for the day and subsequent football game was “Lights Out,” hoping for st...

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