The Lance

Haunted Hallways: Halloween brings out the ghouls and ghost in all of us

by Lancer Media Staff

October 31, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

We have a long tradition of celebrating the spookiest time of year.  Staff  and students treated the day like it was a "spirit" competition.

“Dracula Untold” leaves thirst for blood unquenched

“Dracula Untold” leaves thirst for blood unquenched

by Izzy Peterson, Editor

October 27, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, News, Opinion, Showcase

Released in theaters on October 10th, Dracula Untold pledged to enthrall and fascinate its audience with the historical and fictional mash-up of Vlad the Impaler and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. While it wasn't a terrible film, cheesy acting and iffy plot holes left me unsatisfied and craving something mor...

Did you download iOS8? Love it or hate it?

by Erin Stewart, Social Media Editor

September 30, 2014


Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

There is much controversy about the new iOS 8 update. There are new apps and  more ways to communicate efficiently that are  in the new update, but there are things that people dislike about it. So the question is, Is the update even worth it? Click the picture to be a part of the poll. ...

Little Lancers preschool now in session

Little Lancers preschool now in session

by Andrea Huston, Reporter

September 29, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

Little Lancers Preschool is now in session! The student run preschool opened Monday, September 29. This is the fourth year that the Little Lancers have come to the school to be taught by high school students. There are 49 high school students in the class writing lesson plans and teaching the 17 preschoolers....

Cheerleaders and Poms pump up the crowd

Cheerleaders and Poms pump up the crowd

by Magena Straight, reporter

September 23, 2014


Filed under Features

Football games are one of the biggest reasons students like going to school in the fall. Cheerleaders and pom and dance are an important part of the game because they pump up the crowd. CHEERLEADING “This year, we have a very young team but extremely talented. So, I foresee great things for this...

Robin Williams, Genie you’re free

Robin Williams, Genie you’re free

by Erin Stewart & Madeline Sheehy, Editor & Reporter

September 19, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it.” – Robin Williams Actor and comedian Robin Williams died at the age of 63 on August 11th. Marin County’s assistant chief deputy coroner, Keith Boyd, told a news conference that their official preliminary cause of death was asphy...

Latin 1 vs. Spanish 3: Classes battle for language title

Latin 1 vs. Spanish 3: Classes battle for language title

by Sydney Rossman, Reporter

September 11, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

Latin is battling Spanish for the title: World’s Greatest Language. Mrs. Deborah Carter, Latin 1 teacher, said, “Total World Domination.” That’s what she hopes to accomplish. The Latin 1 and Spanish 3 classes compete in a vocabulary, grammar and history challenges every Friday for the next...

Come to Back to School Night to win Ed Sheeran tickets

Come to Back to School Night to win Ed Sheeran tickets

by Lancer Media Staff

August 27, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

Need a reason to come to back to school night? How about winning two free tickets to see Ed Sheeran perform live? You could see Ed Sheeran perform live in concert September 6 for free thanks to Moxie (a concert promotion company, specializing in marketing to teens). The concert will be held at...

Most likely to care for our children: Katherine Zhou

Most likely to care for our children: Katherine Zhou

by Jessica Steves, Reporter

August 11, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

This is the tenth and last story in Lancer Media's Summer Series: Most Likely to... These feature stories highlight students who are becoming role models of Lancer Spirit. When the class of 2015 has children of their own, Katherine Zhou might very well be their pediatrician. Zhou wants to help ...

Noah Ismael: Most likely to . . . change the world

Noah Ismael:  Most likely to . . . change the world

by Rebecca Downs, Reporter

August 5, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

This is the eighth story in Lancer Media's Summer Series: Most Likely to... These feature stories highlight students who are becoming role models of Lancer Spirit Rising junior Noah Ismael is the brains behind Linganore High School's student newspaper, The Lance. He is the Editor in Chief: the staff of Th...

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