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The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Video: Class of 2021 “sends off” their senior year

by Leah Bolger and Jamie Donohue May 19, 2021

Leaving high school is difficult and exciting. Because Linganore’s class of 2021 graduates on June 2, 2021,  we’ve decided to have some seniors reflect on their favorite memories and share their...

Elizabeth Rajnik, Sammie Hoefs, and Dan Golemboski, receive their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

Colleges are requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for the 2021-2022 school year: High schools should follow suit

by Nikki Golemboski and Elizabeth Rajnik April 23, 2021

Imagine: all students walk into the building on their first day of school, the sun slowly rising behind them. Lunch boxes in hand and smiles hidden by masks, students are excited to be back in the building...

Madyson Hill during one of her games.

#NationalSigningDay2021: Madyson Hill scores a goal at McDaniel College

by Maya Apau, Brynne McKinney, Alyssa Pizer, and Leila Gibril February 9, 2021

On February 3, Madyson Hill signed her National Letter of Intent to play Division III soccer at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. Alongside Hill, teammates Samantha Hoefs, Bailey Bennet, and...

Neftflix, Disney Plus, Amazon Video, and Hulu are some of the most popular streaming services out there. Yet, there are still so many other options.

Streaming Services: How to choose the best

by Ashley Nash, Managing Editor January 25, 2021

Everyone seems to have so many streaming services, yet somehow there’s times when I can’t find anything to watch or what I want to watch I can’t find anywhere. With so many streaming service options...

My Bitmoji Pointing out to take a Dual Enrollment class on the FCPS Course guide Packet.

Advice from a senior: What would I do differently?

by Rachel McCoy, Managing Editor January 24, 2021

"I wish I had taken more AP classes. I wish I had tried a little harder. I wish I had joined the anime club. I wish I would have talked more in class." These are all words I've heard from my senior...

Consuming coffee has become much easier now that were at home. Many have found themselves grabbing that extra cup to keep their day going.

We’re drowning our quarantine worries in pots of coffee

by Ashley Nash, Managing Editor October 4, 2020

A good ol’ cup of Joe is now a good ol’ pot or two of coffee. One cup before first period. One cup after first. Another cup for lunch and maybe a visit to the local Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts drive-thru....

As a member of a very large and close family, the Beam family, like many others, is experiencing the hardships of being separated from their extended family members while in quarantine.

Windows to the Soul: We adjust to the new normal

by Dana Kullgren and Lancer Media staff May 15, 2020

"Just leave me alone!" When wishes come true, suddenly being alone is not what we thought.  Zoom much?  Talk to your friends from one car to the other?  Spend a lot of time looking at the outside...

Valerie Ducos enjoys reading her pen pal Kaylas letters.

“Your frand T_ _ _ _ _”—– NEHS and Centerville elementary make pen pal friends: 3/6/20

by Maya Apau, Editor March 6, 2020

¨I like your drolings have a osom Valentins!” (¨I like your drawings, have an awesome Valentine Day!¨)  On March 4, NEHS (National English Honor Society) members received their fourth (of five)...

Samira Diggss door is all decked out with holiday spirit.

Battle of the Christmas doors: Photo of the Day 12/13/19

by Kat Taylor, Reporter December 13, 2019

The holiday season calls for Christmas traditions. Staff members get into the holiday spirit by decorating their doors and getting student groups involved, too. The festive doors are a highlight the last...

The six seniors pose for a picture after their speeches right before the game.

Senior night brings tears and smiles to the girls soccer team

by Sammie Hoefs, Managing Editor October 15, 2019

Senior Night overwhelms players and their families with both joy and tears. On October 10, the girls soccer team held senior night during the game against South Hagerstown. They celebrated Allison Gagne...

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