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Jake Santis builds highest tower at Mr. LHS gumdrop tower lunch competition

by Yesenia Montenegro and Lindsey Russo

March 19, 2019


Filed under Mr. Linganore 2019, Spring 2019

Before every Mr. Linganore show, contestants participate in three competitions during lunch. Competitions include cake decorating during the first lunch shift, writing sweetheart letters during second, and building gumdrop towers during third lunch. During third lunch shift, contestants received two bags of gumdr...

Price takes the cake with his magical Houdini display

by Julie walker, Tommy French, and Jacob Bolger

March 19, 2019


Filed under Archives, Mr. Linganore 2019

On March 7, the 12 Mr. Linganore contestants became bakers in their annual cake decorating competition, which took place in the cafeteria during first lunch shift. Each contestant's cake was themed after a specific character, and the cafeteria staff acted as the judges. Contestants Alex Ismael, Beau Cameron, Charl...

Gelhard wins sweetheart letter contest with message to stray dog

Gelhard wins sweetheart letter contest with message to stray dog

by Alexis Fowler, Editor

March 19, 2019


Filed under Mr. Linganore 2019, Showcase, Spring 2019

On March 7, the twelve Mr. Linganore contestants and their assistants competed in multiple contests to prove who is best suited for the role of Mr. Linganore. The contestants' letters were judged on creativity, originality, appearance, and sweetheart appeal.   This year's contestants wrote to loved ones,...

Noah Price crowned Mr. Linganore 2019

Noah Price crowned Mr. Linganore 2019

by Braden Weinel, Editor

March 10, 2019


Filed under Mr. Linganore 2019, Showcase, Spring 2019

The “Night of Firsts” was truly magical for Noah Price, who portrayed the famous magician, Harry Houdini. Price was crowned the winner, with Morgan Fink and Ryan McFadden as runners up. Based on Price’s pre competitions points, talent, entrance, formal wear, and dance, he made it to the final thre...

Santis expects a presidential victory in Mr. Linganore 2019

Santis expects a presidential victory in Mr. Linganore 2019

by Julie Walker, Managing Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Mr. Linganore 2019, Showcase, Spring 2019

On March 9, twelve of Linganore's finest will compete for the top spot of Mr. Linganore. Jake Santis will be portraying George Washington. Santis said he chose the Founding Father because he was the first president and thinks that playing a role like that will give his character an edge over his fello...

Learning merengue challenges Mr. Linganore contestants

Learning merengue challenges Mr. Linganore contestants

by Madeline Hull, Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Mr. Linganore 2019, Spring 2019

On February 25, the contestants of Mr. Linganore attended their second  dance rehearsal before the contest on March 9. Several dance rehearsals were snowed out, so the couples have been scrambling to perfect the merengue and learn the finale “It’s Raining Men” dance. "Although we had one...

Lancer Media Sports Podcast Episode 2: “The TrueAP Advantage”

Lancer Media Sports Podcast Episode 2: “The TrueAP Advantage”

by Lily Weaver and Catie Jo Tansey

December 3, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Showcase, Sports

Through a series of interviews, Lancer Media editors, Lily Weaver and Catie Jo Tansey, found out more information about the True AP Program. The True AP program consists of multiple training sessions designed to improve the strength and endurance of athletes to prepare them for their sports seaso...

EDD escapes school for team bonding activity : Photo of the Day 11/27/18

EDD escapes school for team bonding activity : Photo of the Day 11/27/18

by Catie Jo Tansey, Editor

November 27, 2018


Filed under Photo of the Day

On November 27, students enrolled in Engineering Design and Development next semester went to ClueIQ for a field trip. The purpose of this field trip was to develop strong team bonds among members to prepare for the spring semester capstone project. At the escape room, teams were paired together. ...

Are QR codes the best way to prevent misconduct in school?

Are QR codes the best way to prevent misconduct in school?

by Catie Jo Tansey and Ethan Hart

October 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In fall 2018, the administration implemented a new system to prevent misconduct, especially in the bathrooms where, historically, there has been a lot of vandalism. The administration created a QR code that allows students to submit tips when they witness vaping or vandalism in school bathrooms or elsewher...

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