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#5 Justice League of Avengers: Comic books as a career – Charlie Ridgely interview

#5 Justice League of Avengers: Comic books as a career – Charlie Ridgely interview

by Mason Eddins and Brandon Cooper
March 22, 2017
Filed under Justice League of Avengers, Spring 2017

This week I interviewed Charlie Ridgely, who works at comicbook.com. Ridgely is a Linganore alum who graduated in 2009. He went on to attend Carson Newman University in Tennessee. He majored in business administration with an emphasis on marketing. Now he is happily married and writing about everybody...

Boys Varsity lacrosse ready to defend state title

Boys Varsity lacrosse ready to defend state title

by Devin Barge, Editor
March 21, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spring 2017

The Varsity lacrosse team’s opening game was Tuesday March 2 at 7:00 against South Carroll here at Linganore, where they came out on top with a score of 15-3. The Varsity team are the current 3A State Championship team as of last season with a 9-7 victory in May 2016 over Mt. Hebron. This victory g...

Which way does the wind blow? The future of clean air in Maryland is at stake.

Which way does the wind blow? The future of clean air in Maryland is at stake.

by Cindy Zheng, Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Spring 2017

Under the Clean Air Act, Maryland has asked the Environmental Protection Agency to require Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia to continuously run their air pollution controls during the ozone season (May 1 to October 31). These controls are used to maintain the purity of the air standa...

Limiting phone addiction…Is there an app for that?

Limiting phone addiction…Is there an app for that?

by Lourdes Jack, Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Spring 2017

Worst way to start off the day is waking up and not being able to find your phone. The anxiety and little heart attack you get is enough to make anyone go crazy. Being a part of the Millennial generation (born between 1984-2000)  has made worrying and being on a phone as normal as brushing teeth, bu...

Celebrating Linganore’s out of district transfer students

Celebrating Linganore’s out of district transfer students

by Emily Reed, Managing Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under Features, Spring 2017

A small but mighty 4.6%, or 64 students, of Linganore’s population are out of district transfers. Linganore welcomes transfer students in hopes that they will enrich our student population and increase diversity. An out-of district transfer is a process that allows students to attend a school outside ...

Protesting with your wallet: Does it work?

Protesting with your wallet: Does it work?

by Garrett Wiehler, Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Spring 2017

Throughout history, economics and protesting have gone hand and hand: during the Revolutionary War the patriots boycotted British-made goods. In the midst of the civil rights movement along with marches and sit-ins, there were boycotts of segregated public transportation, but is boycotting effective or even easy? Effective? Maybe. Easy? No. I...

Lancer Media “can’t stop the feeling” of celebrating International Day of Happiness 2017

Lancer Media “can’t stop the feeling” of celebrating International Day of Happiness 2017

by Alex Ismael, Video Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under Spring 2017, Uncategorized

The International Day of Happiness was established in 2011 when the United Nations  passed a resolution that “happiness is a fundamental goal.”  Since 2013, partnered with the non-profit Action for Happiness, people around the world have sought to share their joy. Lancer Media celebrates La...

Got7 proves that they “never ever” disappoint with new album, Arrival

Got7 proves that they “never ever” disappoint with new album, Arrival

by Hannah Haught, Managing Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase, Spring 2017

Got7 is a seven-member pop and hip-hop group from South Korea. Arrival is their fifth mini album and the third in their Flight Log series. Its predecessors are Departure and Turbulence. Each album, coupled with their music video and title tracks, follow the same story about a car crash involving th...

Priceless adventures for under $10

Priceless adventures for under $10

by Madison Reeley, Reporter
March 20, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase, Spring 2017

High school students should all be able to create their best memories with their friends but, so much entertainment comes with a price tag. The movies for two at a Regal Theater is at least $12 per person. Dinner at a mid-priced restaurant like Family Meal, costs around $30 for two people to eat. ...

Podcast: Battle of the Fans–Who is better? Swift or Grande

Podcast:  Battle of the Fans–Who is better? Swift or Grande

by Lily Weaver and Mallory Maher
March 17, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase, Spring 2017

Throughout many lunch and class discussions of who is better, Ariana Grande or Taylor Swift, the two biggest fan girls, Mallory Maher and Lily Weaver, finally put this argument to a rest. At least everyone hopes. Maher is definitely Swift’s biggest fan girl, while Weaver is definitely Grande’s. ...

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