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Lancer Media “stitches” the community together through Ryan’s Case for Smiles project

Lancer Media “stitches” the community together through Ryan’s Case for Smiles project

by Sierra Rossman, Reporter

June 14, 2019

Imagine a world with nothing but needles, loud machines, and beeping for days on end with a medical routine that would drive any person stir-crazy. This is the reality for many children and teens who suffer from serious illnesses. It is hard to stay positive in the face of pain. According to Ryan’s Ca...

If you could change one thing at Linganore, what would it be?: Photo of the Day 6/12/19

If you could change one thing at Linganore, what would it be?: Photo of the Day 6/12/19

by Emily McNally and Ashley Baker

June 13, 2019

A crying closet? "It's a real thing," said Elizabeth Rajnik.  She made this part of her proposal to improve LHS. Let's be honest, no school is perfect. Everyone has opinions! But imagine the one thing you would want to do to improve Linganore. Students in Mrs. MaryEllen Newcomb’s English 10 Honors c...

Spring journalism class holds Paper Plate Award ceremony

Spring journalism class holds Paper Plate Award ceremony

by Leah Bolger and Keifer Spore

June 6, 2019

On May 20, the members of the spring 2019 journalism class participated in a celebratory ceremony called the Paper Plates Award.  This event honors each individual student's talents and is a good way to close out the seniors' last day and their recent achievement of a Best of SNO Distinguished Site....

Students prepare for Journalism service project, Ryan’s Case for Smiles: Photo of the Day 5/14/19

Students prepare for Journalism service project, Ryan’s Case for Smiles: Photo of the Day 5/14/19

by Leah Bolger, Reporter

May 14, 2019

On May 13, students participating in the Ryan’s Case for Smiles service project began their effort into completing the assembly of the pillowcases. Journalism members have been working together for months to collect donations for fabric and reached their goal of 20 pillowcases.  Lauren Miller, Mrs. ...

Lancer Media REMOVED: What would our lives be like #ScreenFree?

Lancer Media REMOVED: What would our lives be like #ScreenFree?

by Matthew Gelhard and Bailey Spore

May 1, 2019

When you walk around the halls, what do you notice? For the most part we are zombies with our heads down, although phones are making many tasks easier for us, we are becoming much less social. How many times a day do you think you pick up your phone? Odds are you’re probably reading this on you...

Student journalists take fellow students under their wings in the Partner Story Project: Photo of the Day 1/23/2018

Student journalists take fellow students under their wings in the Partner Story Project: Photo of the Day 1/23/2018

by Andrew Lyons, Reporter

January 24, 2019

With this semester coming to a close, classes are having their final assignments, and this is no different for Lancer Media, but with a few different purposes than the average final or benchmark. The journalism students have been working on their partner stories, which are stories done with an official...

Mrs. Parente’s FOT class makes mini golf courses

Mrs. Parente’s FOT class makes mini golf courses

by Kendall Martin, Reporter

January 16, 2019

On January 8, Mrs. Parente's second period FOT class started a project making a mini golf course. They had five days to work on it. The materials they could use around the classroom were colored pencils, markers, pipe cleaners, construction paper, fabric, glue, index cards, rubber bands, craft sticks, pa...

Are you a Santa or a Scrooge?

Are you a Santa or a Scrooge?

by Maya Apau, Reporter

December 17, 2018

Santa Claus is coming to town! or Bah Humbug! December finds us in two camps: either we're in the Christmas spirit, counting down the days till the holidays, or we're dreading the decorations, carols, and the thought of seasonal cheer.   Are you a Santa or a Scrooge? “If I could work my wi...

Sciences honoree Asbury recommends “Be different, Be quirky”

Sciences honoree Asbury recommends “Be different, Be quirky”

by Rachel McCoy, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Dr. Curtis Asbury is the Distinguished Graduate organization honoree in sciences 2018. He received the recognition on November 20, 2018. At the ceremony, each honoree spoke to the Class of 2022. Asbury’s speech emphasis was “where you came from, where you are, and where you are going.” He talk...

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