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Leads Ellie Blake (Lauren Hackett) and Katherine Blake (Malia Smaha) celebrate the wedding at the end of the musical while returning to their bodies. (Mike Miller)

Musical Review: Freaky Friday provides a glimpse of “just one day”

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor May 2, 2022

In the opening scene, a mother and a daughter fight and plead for each other to change. As the first song progresses, lights grow strong and colorful on stage, flickering rapidly. There is tension between...

Senior athletes gather together after signing their national letter of intent.

#NationalSigningDay2022: Athletes sign their National Letters of Intent

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief February 8, 2022

On February 2, 18 student athletes signed their national letter of intent to continue their sport at the college level.  There were a variety of athletes being recognized at this event including football,...

Audrey Kilgore signed her National Letter of Intent to continue playing Volleyball at Eastern Kentucky University.

#NationalSigningDay2022: Kilgore’s D1 attitude and personal drive, pushes her to Eastern Kentucky University

by Madeline Hull, Avery Glynn, JP Lyons, and Lindsay Shade February 8, 2022

On February 2, Audrey Kilgore signed her National Letter of Intent to continue playing Division 1 beach volleyball at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU).  Kilgore began her volleyball career starting...

A collage of over ten popular winter comfort foods from the year of 2021.

Top 10 Comfort Foods for Winter 2021

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor December 22, 2021

  The wind is blowing while snow flurries outside. You're curled up on the couch under a blanket watching your favorite movie, with a fire crackling in your fireplace. Now, the question is... What...

Astrological zodiac signs within the universe and their corresponding constellations from Andreas Cellarius’s Atlas Coelestis of 1660.

What’s your sign? We love our horoscopes–even if we don’t believe in them!

by Audrey Kilgore, Leeda Djourshari, and Alexa Waser December 21, 2021

It's your birthday. Your horoscope app predicts doom and gloom if you leave your house. Taurus: Think slowly today--and think three times before making any decisions. Staying in bed is probably your...

Distinguished Graduates 2021: Science awardee Dr. Poulin credits early internship with success

Dr. Remington Poulin, a 2007 graduate, received the 2021 Distinguished Graduate award for science. Dr. Poulin is currently a research assistant professor and the Director of Spectroscopy Facilities at...

Lancer Spotlight 11/18/21: Little Lancer Fire Safety Week: Firemen Visit

Lancer Spotlight 11/18/21: Little Lancer Fire Safety Week: Firemen Visit

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor November 19, 2021

On November 18, the Libertytown fire department paid the Little Lancers a visit during the school day. Kate Lane, their teacher, welcomed the fire-fighters into her class to talk about their duties...

(Left to right) Officers Madeline Hull, Caroline Hobson, Mikayla Moxley and Joshua Parker stand next to advisor Natalie Rebetsky.

Lancer Spotlight 11/18: National English Honor Society inducts its new members

by Ruby Cerny and Evelyn Stewart November 18, 2021

On November 16, The National English Honor Society inducted its new members. This was the first induction ceremony since 2019. Fifty new junior and senior members and four new officers were inducted....

Audrey Kilgore, a future Lancer, exploring the original Linganore High
school structure and its signature spirit symbols before it was demolished and rebuilt.

Native American Heritage Month: What lies beneath our school identity and spirit?

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor November 3, 2021

Picture the packed stands of the Linganore stadium filled with spirited students wearing spear-emblazoned shirts, participating in celebratory “tribal” calls, and spreading a “one tribe” spirit. Now...

Julia Hersch (playing Arthur Roeder) and Joseph Looper (playing Dr. Von Sochocky) taking center stage while performing a scene from the first act of Radium Girls.

Lancer Spotlight 10/26/21: Radium Girls lights up the stage

by Audrey Kilgore, Editor October 26, 2021

In 1898, radium was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie. Soon, the luminescent substance became known for its green glow and miraculous "health benefits," like curing cancer, consumption and tuberculosis. Who...

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