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Class of 2017: NHS seniors put on one more show with 19 days left

Class of 2017: NHS seniors put on one more show with 19 days left

by Sydney Rossman, Managing Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Senior Countdown 2017, Showcase, Spring 2017

The LHS chapter of the National Honor Society held their annual Talent Show on April 12th. There were 13 different talent acts ranging from singing to dancing. The winners of the talent show are as follows: First place, lyrical dance, Hannah Jarosinski. Second place. singer, Inés Garofolo.  Thir...

Class Of 2017: LHS tennis teams takes a swing at 20 days left of high school

Class Of 2017: LHS tennis teams takes a swing at 20 days left of high school

by Lily Weaver, Editor
April 26, 2017
Filed under Senior Countdown 2017, Showcase, Spring 2017

With 20 days left of school for the seniors, the tennis team is bursting with joy. Alex Dao, will be attending Maryland University and wants to give a shout out to tennis coach and teacher, Mark Sunkel, for showing him how to have fun and for being one of the best coaches. Miranda Timberlake, will...

Varsity girls lacrosse defeated by Brunswick Railroaders: Photo of the Day 4/25/17

Varsity girls lacrosse defeated by Brunswick Railroaders: Photo of the Day 4/25/17

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief
April 25, 2017
Filed under Photo of the Day, Spring 2017

On April 25, Varsity girls lacrosse was defeated 15-13 moving their record to 2-7. The Lancers have beat Catoctin and Governor Thomas Johnson High Schools.  The Lady Lancers played a strong first half and were ahead 8-4. Member of the class of 2021 Bridget Curtis was on the draw control and came...

Nutrition & Portion Sizes: Overeating is as easy as (2 slices of) pie

Nutrition & Portion Sizes: Overeating is as easy as (2 slices of) pie

by Rose Fiore, Editor
April 25, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase, Spring 2017

With fast food readily available, many young people don't feel the need to making their own meals. The meals they choose at fast food restaurants are often too big and most don't have the right nutrients. For example, let's say you're thirsty and looking for something cool to drink. If you stop at...

Sociology class takes a trip to detention center

Sociology class takes a trip to detention center

by Cindy Zheng, Reporter
April 25, 2017
Filed under News, Spring 2017

Rebecca Scott’s sociology class took a field trip on April 3rd and 4th to the Frederick County Adult Detention Center located in Frederick. Centers like these all over Maryland are different and some will offer alternatives to imprisonment. At the Frederick County Adult Detention Center, which cur...

Holocaust Remembrance Day: Photo of the Day 4/24/17

Holocaust Remembrance Day: Photo of the Day 4/24/17

by Lourdes Jack, Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Photo of the Day, Showcase, Spring 2017

In remembrance of the millions of people who perished during the Holocaust, April 23 and 24 are marked as Holocaust Remembrance days. The importance of keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive is to keep such events from happening again. To our dismay nations have still continued to carry out ge...

Enchanted Forest Promposals: Photo of the Day 4/23/17

Enchanted Forest Promposals: Photo of the Day 4/23/17

by Alex Ismael, Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Archives, Photo of the Day, Showcase

On May 13th, prom is taking place at the Clarion Inn in Frederick. The theme for 2017 is Enchanted Forest. Prom is approaching quickly, and couples have found creative ways to ask each other. Over the top, flashy ways of asking have risen in popularity, referred to as “promposals." Couples f...

Pat Carson: A familiar face with a unfamiliar backstory

Pat Carson: A familiar face with a unfamiliar backstory

by Matthew Gelhard, Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Spring 2017

Pat Carson is in the halls so often that most students probably think she is a staff member. Carson substitutes almost every day for many classes at LHS. She might be a familiar face around Linganore, but how many can boast a family connection?  I can. Pat Carson grew up in Chicago, with her mother an...

27th annual Linganore Art Show: Wilhelm and Todd prepare AP Art concentration exhibits

27th annual Linganore Art Show: Wilhelm and Todd prepare AP Art concentration exhibits

by Grace Brooks, Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under News, Spring 2017

Linganore celebrates self-expression and creativity of the arts with an annual show. The 27th Annual Art show is on April 27th. It is a culmination of the whole year's work from all art classes at the school. Upper-level students get a special emphasis and their own exhibits at the show. Megan Wilhelm...

Allison Eckloff wins state MFWUC photography award: Photo of the Day 4/18/17

Allison Eckloff wins state MFWUC photography award: Photo of the Day 4/18/17

by Hannah Haught, Managing Editor
April 18, 2017
Filed under Photo of the Day, Showcase, Spring 2017

Senior Allison Eckloff placed first in the Maryland Federation of Women’s Clubs art competition for her photo, “April.” The subject of the winning photo was patterns. Eckloff had to incorporate a multitude of different patterns into one shot and have it look organized and not overly busy. She said th...

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