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Liberal arts colleges losing their raison d’etre

Liberal arts colleges losing their raison d’etre

by Yesenia Montenegro, Editor

April 8, 2019

Colleges and universities all over the country have begun removing arts and humanities majors. As a teen who has grown up bilingual in German and has been learning Spanish  since middle school, I am frustrated about how devalued foreign language study has become. Even colleges in this area, such as McDaniel...

Angelone joins staff to teach Latin

Angelone joins staff to teach Latin

by Tyler Roman, Managing Editor

September 13, 2018

While new to Linganore, Christa Angelone is no stranger to teaching or to Latin. Having spent 34 years teaching at Middletown High and two years at Walkersville High, Mrs. Angelone knows a thing or two about the language of the Romans. Angelone has enjoyed the first two weeks of school.  They have...

News for February 6, 2017

by Lancer Media

February 6, 2017

Good morning. This is Ms. Larson, your school counselor, and today is the first day of “National School Counseling Week.” Our focus for the week is “Helping Students Realize Their Potential”. Philosopher Confucius once said, “The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your f...

News for April 13, 2016

by Lancer Media

April 13, 2016

The Career and Technology Center has opened shadowing for Carpentry, Electricity, Landscaping, Plumbing, Auto Body, and Culinary Arts. Stop by Student Services to sign-up for a shadow. See your school counselor, if you have any questions. The class of 2017 is holding a fundraiser at the Mt. Airy...

Latin Team Takes Second Place in Classical League Competition

Latin Team Takes Second Place in Classical League Competition

by Ryan Bond, Reporter

November 10, 2015

"Et tu, Brute?" While Shakespeare's Latin-language-inspired Julius Caesar may have been a tragedy, the Latin Club's achievement at their first Certamen was quite the opposite. A Certamen is a competition game of fast recall of facts about classical civilizations and its peoples, languages, and cult...

Linganore hosts MDJCL at Certamen Saturnalium: Photo of the Day 12-15-14

Linganore hosts MDJCL at Certamen Saturnalium: Photo of the Day 12-15-14

by Julia Peigh, Watermark Editor

December 18, 2014

On Saturday, December 13, Linganore hosted schools from all over Maryland (and one from Virginia!) in the Maryland Junior Classical Leauge's (MDJCL) Certamen Saturnalium. Certamen is the Latin word meaning "contest," which is exactly what a certamen is. According to the National Junior Classica...

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

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...

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