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LHS artists win only Scholastic Art Awards in Frederick County

by Lancer Media Staff

February 7, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

LHS artists won 22 awards in the Scholastic Art Awards. The winners include Annee Lyons with an honorable mention, Lauren Wolff with an honorable mention, Alexi Day with a Silver Key, Meghan McKee with a Silver Key, Laura Schumate with two Silver Keys and two honorable mentions, Rachel Cleveland...

Congratulations to the Cast of “Curtains!”

Congratulations to the Cast of “Curtains!”

by Janie Sullivan, Reporter

February 6, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

The following characters will be played by the corresponding students. Lieutenant Frank Cioffi: Matt Demember Niki Harris: Emily Cofer Georgia Hendricks: Abbie Weinel Carmen Bernstein: Kierstin Klimas Aaron Fox: Austin Dye Sidney Bernstein: Dillon Mitcham Christopher Belling: Andrew...

Midnight premieres are more than just a movie

Midnight premieres are more than just a movie

by Olivia Goldstein, Editor

December 19, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Crazy costumes. Late night. Long lines. Popcorn. That can only mean one thing: midnight premieres. And where there are midnight premieres, there is bound to be mischief and excitement. In the past few years, movie history has been made because of the fans that attend midnight showings worldwide. According...

The top 10 Christmas movies and TV specials you won’t want to miss

The top 10 Christmas movies and TV specials you won’t want to miss

by Erin Formulak, Reporter

December 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

You cuddle up on the couch with a mug of hot chocolate and a big blanket. The tree is up; the decorations have been hung; and a warm fire is crackling. However, there is something missing from that cozy holiday feeling. You turn on the television and see many Christmas movies and specials playing on...

Who fans transported by 50th anniversary special

Who fans transported by 50th anniversary special

by Izzy Peterson, Editor

December 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

On November 23rd, fans of the popular sci-fi show Doctor Who were given the early Christmas gift of a 50th anniversary episode called “The Day of the Doctor.” Doctor Who fans were left hanging with the last episode of Season 8 (“The Name of the Doctor”) in which a mysterious, previously unkno...

Video Production plans school-spirited Lip Dub

Video Production plans school-spirited Lip Dub

by Brennan Nolan, Reporter

December 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion

You’ve heard of break dancing, the Harlem shake, and even the controversial twerking. However, there is a new fad that has taken over YouTube. This craze is known as lip dub. “A lip dub is a one shot video where there are different students lip singing to pre-recorded songs as they move through...

2013 Holiday Concert at Linganore

2013 Holiday Concert at Linganore

by Noah Ismael

December 16, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Showcase

The annual holiday concert was held at Linganore on Thursday, December 12th. Merry TubaChristmas, the Percussion Ensemble, the Concert Choir, and the Concert Band performed. The performing arts department thanks the teachers, administrators, and staff at LHS for their ongoing support of the performing...

Paramore concert gets audience off its feet

Paramore concert gets audience off its feet

by Erin Formulak and Caitlin Denny

November 25, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

“What’s up, Fairfax? Some of you out there might know, some of you might not… so for those of you who don’t know, WE ARE PARAMORE!” We were lucky enough to be offered two free tickets to Paramore’s Self-Titled Tour on November 9, 2013 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA. The whole experience,...

Teens worship John Green books

Teens worship John Green books

by Ryan Stark, Reporter

November 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

John Green is one of America’s rising stars in teen culture. The man has worked in a variety of forms: ask anyone, and there’s a good chance they’ve come into contact with his work in some way, whether it be reading one of his books, watching his Crash Course videos for AP World, or interacting...

How awkward is awkward?

How awkward is awkward?

by Brennan Nolan, Reporter

November 15, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

Have you ever been in a position of what’s known as “awkward silence?” Imagine that you are in that awkward silence, except the only difference is it takes years to get out of it. Most teenagers between the ages of 13 and 18 know what this feels like. This feeling and process has a name. It’s...

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