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DIY Friendsgiving: Make napkin rings, photo frames and turkey

DIY Friendsgiving:  Make napkin rings, photo frames and turkey

by Katia Roach, Reporter

November 20, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Lancer Media DIY, Showcase

Friendsgiving is like having a Thanksgiving dinner with all of your closest friends and spreading thanks for all the happiness they bring to your life. Dinner Friendsgiving is really what you want it to be. There are so many dishes to make for Thanksgiving dinner, but the traditional foods don'...

Key Club helps Kiwanis Club put on a festive pancake breakfast: Photo of the Day 11/19/18

Key Club helps Kiwanis Club put on a festive pancake breakfast: Photo of the Day 11/19/18

by Jacob Blue, Editor

November 19, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Photo of the Day

On November 17th from 7 - 11 a.m., the Kiwanis Club of Mt. Airy put on a pancake breakfast at Calvary United Methodist Church located at Good Shepherd Hall. Santa Claus came down the chimney to greet to all the  boys and girls and take photos. Students from Key Club signed up for hourly time s...

Maryland basketball preview: Can the Terps make a deep run?

Maryland basketball preview: Can the Terps make a deep run?

by Erich Miller, Reporter

November 19, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Showcase, Sports

I predict that the Maryland Terrapin Basketball Team will have a successful season even with the incoming freshman. Predicted Statistics Record: 25-7 Big Ten: 2nd Tournament: Sweet 16 Incoming Freshmen The Maryland Terrapins basketball season began on November 6 against the Delaware Blue Hens. A...

Christmas Countdown: Two easy DIYs to make the holidays crafty

Christmas Countdown:  Two easy DIYs to make the holidays crafty

by Grace Gaydosh and Julie Walker

November 19, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Lancer Media DIY, Showcase

For the holidays, DIY projects are a great way to save money and prepare gifts for family and friends. They can be really fun. There are a lot of DIY blog pages with tons of cute ideas. An extremely popular DIY for the holiday season is a Christmas countdown. The idea is to change the date on it ...

Why we should not lower the voting age

Why we should not lower the voting age

by Alex Dembeck, Reporter

November 19, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Opinion, Showcase

Would allowing teens to vote at 16 have changed the midterm elections? Probably. After students began to use their voice in light of tragedies, such as the Parkland shooting, many politicians have acknowledged that teens aren’t simply focused on their social lives. They are worried about their futures...

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Mike Chavez—He leads by example as coach and athletic director

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Mike Chavez—He leads by example as coach and athletic director

by Maya Apau and Tabitha Moses

November 16, 2018


Filed under Distinguished Graduate Organization, Fall 2018

Governor Thomas Johnson High School Athletic Director Mike Chavez, Class of 1982,  is being honored with the 2018 Distinguished Graduate Organization Award in Academics. The Distinguished Graduate Ceremony is an event that  recognizes LHS alumni and gives them a platform to talk and inspire to the next g...

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Shannon Hammond leads law firm and real estate company

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Shannon Hammond leads law firm and real estate company

by William Quansah, Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Distinguished Graduate Organization, Fall 2018

On November 20, six Linganore graduates will be inducted into the Distinguished Graduate Organization as students who have made a difference in their profession. The inductees will have the opportunity to speak to freshmen about their careers, their time in Linganore, and give advice to students. ...

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Curtis Asbury–great student becomes great doctor

Distinguished Graduates 2018: Curtis Asbury–great student becomes great doctor

by Ashley Nash and Rachel McCoy

November 16, 2018


Filed under Distinguished Graduate Organization, Fall 2018

Dr. Curtis Asbury, Class of 2001, is receiving the Distinguished Graduate Organization award, in the Sciences category. Asbury now owns and operates a private practice with his partner Dr. Sara Moghaddam called Delmarva Skin Specialists. Asbury earned his Bachelor's Degree from Duke University in ...

French Honor Society creates Seurat masterpiece

French Honor Society creates Seurat masterpiece

by Dana Kullgren, Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Bonjour! Hola! Hallo! Salve!, Fall 2018, News, Showcase

On November 7, the French Honor Society (FHS) hosted activities to celebrate French artwork and culture. For one activity, the group met in French teacher Madame Dragana Blonder’s room and worked together to create an artistic chef d’œuvre (which is French for masterpiece). Georges Seurat is on...

Crêpes bring students together during French Week

Crêpes bring students together during French Week

by Dana Kullgren, Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, News

On November 8, students stayed after school in French teacher Madame Blonder’s classroom to make crêpes and converse in French. The French Honor Society hosted this event, but all students were invited to attend, from students who had completed AP French to students who had never taken a language....

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