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Inktober Drawing challenge improves artwork

Inktober Drawing challenge improves artwork

by Nicole Muller, Reporter

October 23, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Features, Showcase

It takes most artists hours to complete a good, detailed piece. What if they had only one day? Artists across the globe are up to the challenge. In the month-long “art-athon” called Inktober, the artist is challenged to complete one drawing in ink per day that follows the daily one-word prompt. As a part...

Trick-or-Treat: Send Lancer Media your throwback Halloween costume photo

Trick-or-Treat: Send Lancer Media your throwback Halloween costume photo

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Halloween, Showcase

Do you wish you weren't too old to Trick-or-Treat? What was your favorite costume as a kid? You can win a Halloween candy bucket from the Lancer Media giveaway! To enter the drawing, you must meet these criteria: Be following LHSJournalism on Instagram or Twitter, or like Lancer Media's Faceboo...

Facebook Live: Viral birth video warns of TMI to come

Facebook Live:  Viral birth video warns of TMI to come

by Olivia DuBro, Editor-In-Chief

May 19, 2016


Filed under Opinion

You're scrolling through your news feed. You 'like' your cousin's prom picture. You 'love' your mom's status about how proud she is of her kids. You even go out of your way to read the article your best friend's mom shared about increasing college tuition prices. And then you see it. Like a horrib...

Cameron makes an aggravated response to Facebook’s new reactions

Cameron makes an aggravated response to Facebook’s new reactions

by Beau Cameron, Editor

March 11, 2016


Filed under Opinion

When Facebook began 12 years ago, it was the most popular social media site on the web. Even now, as Twitter and Instagram gain more users, it remains a fixed construct in our minds. "Friending" and "liking" is part of everyday conversation. You "like" photos on Instagram; you "like" tweets on Twitter, a...

English, math, history, science and self esteem: the subjects that lead to school success

English, math, history, science and self esteem: the subjects that lead to school success

by Erin Lafferty, Reporter

April 17, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Four percent. That’s the global percentage of women who consider themselves to be beautiful. The other 96% think that they aren’t pretty enough, smart enough or good enough. However, 80% of women think that every woman and young girl has something beautiful and unique that they cannot acknowledge or see. Self esteem is defined as the confidence and ...

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