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The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Paxton Diggs creates a cupcake out of slime. (Marissa DePalma)

Lancer Spotlight: 3/25/22: National Art Honor Society hosts slime night

by Marissa DePalma, Editor-In-Chief March 25, 2022

It's rare kids are encouraged to make a mess, but not at Slime Night. On March 24 Slime Night, NAHS members volunteered to instruct and assist the slime makers. Abby Seth was the main demonstrator,...

Ceramics 2 students work on their 6-8 inch taller than wide project.

Ceramics blends hands-on learning and mindfulness

by Marissa DePalma, Editor November 1, 2021

A fresh block of clay just waiting to be cut, the smell of the kiln and the freshly fired pieces, the sound of the pottery wheels spinning, and all the creative possibilities, all in ceramics class.  The...

Jackson Enos takes a picture of a old barn

Lancer Spotlight 10/18/21: Architecture takes over photography

by Leila Gibril, Editor October 18, 2021

Buildings have a story and photography is a good way to tell it. In early October, Photography 1 worked on an architecture shoot. They took pictures of any type of building they could find within the...

Spread of assignments, Brayden Gregory has completed for his Art 1 class during the 20-21 school year.

Gallery: Ceramics shapes an unusual path during pandemic

by Brayden Gregory and Jamie Donohue April 28, 2021

A gallery displaying the effects the changed 20-21 school year had on the what was suppose to be ceramic classes.

McGoey wins Jurors Choice award at Delaplaine: Photo of the Day 3/5/18

McGoey wins Jurors’ Choice award at Delaplaine: Photo of the Day 3/5/18

by Ashley Martin , Reporter March 5, 2018

In February, Rachael Moravansky and Shannon McGoey became two of the eleven finalists for the “The 2018 Bettie Award.” This award is named for Bettie Delaplaine a lifelong supporter of the arts who...

Junior Jackson Knight after completing a previous color run in New York City.

National Art Honor Society raises money for scholarship, charity with color run

by Jeweliana Hendrickson, Editor November 9, 2015

What better way to have fun, get active, socialize, and raise money than a color run? On November 14th, National Art Honor Society will be hosting a color run in order to bring everyone together and raise...

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