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Maria Thames

Ever since their first appearance in 2014, the Stand Together t-shirts have become popular in the LHS community. Worn by students and faculty alike, they symbolize that LHS stands together.

“Stand Together”

Stand Together. This is the familiar phrase many of us have heard since we arrived at LHS. What it is and how it has affected each and every one of our lives is something we can best see by looking back over events from the last several years. They demonstrate the ways in which we’ve come together in light of hardships, the ways in which we’ve broadcasted our school spirit and the ways in which we continue to fight for change in order to create a better environment for everyone. They mean something different to each person. “Stand Together” has branded itself into so many school events, and it continues to make an impact throughout LHS and the Libertyville community.

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Libertyville Muslim students making a change
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