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Ijebusonma Agundu has very big plans. “I want to get into Harvard Medical School, become a successful OBGYN, humanitarian, New York Times bestseller and well-known advocate against domestic violence and sexual assault,” said Agundu 19, who is expected to graduate from Middlesex Community College this spring with an Associate degree in Biology. Her dreams began […]
Ijebusonma Agundu has very big plans. “I want to get into Harvard Medical School, become a successful OBGYN, humanitarian, New York Times bestseller and well-known advocate against domestic violence and sexual assault,” said Agundu 19, who is expected to graduate from Middlesex Community College this spring with an Associate degree in Biology. Her dreams began […]
LOWELL – Amidst a statewide shutdown of schools, Lowell Catholic’s dedicated students and staff are committed to continuing the school year remotely. For LC’s youngest learners, librarian Colleen Tully has recorded and shared story time via email. Teachers at the elementary level have provided students with daily lessons to ensure that curriculum-based learning continues uninterrupted. Middle-school […]
LOWELL – Maeve Harrington, in her fourth year teaching Fine Arts and Theology at Lowell Catholic, recently celebrated the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day by producing her first original play, “Finn.” “Finn” is a story of immigration to Lowell, of perseverance and strength. Lowell Catholic’s Junior LC Players were cast into roles that were written just […]
TYNGSBORO — Greater Lowell Technical High School recently selected its February Students of the Month, based on the characteristics respect, effort, accountability, commitment and honesty in their classes and among their peers. Courtney Wilder of Dracut is the Senior of the Month and will be the valedictorian of the Class of 2020. She is in the […]
TYNGSBORO – Natania Fernandez of Dracut, a fifth-grader at the Academy of Notre Dame, will compete in the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee on Tuesday, March 24, at Lynn Memorial Auditorium. After surviving 22 rounds of competition at NDA, Natania than had to take a placement exam administered by school officials. She placed fifth in the administered […]
TEWKSBURY — Michael Allard, assistant facilities officer for Lowell Five Bank, was selected to receive the bank’s January 2020 Employee Excellence Award. Each month, Lowell Five recognizes an individual, in appreciation of his or her commitment to Lowell Five’s customers and employees, with the Make It Matter Award. A dedicated member of Lowell Five’s facilities […]
Local students on college deans’ lists