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“Sew” necessary: It’s time to make masks to help control spread of Covid-19

Jessica Young is sewing face masks to donate to FMH.

by Jessica Young, Reporter

April 14, 2020

Remember when a mask used to be a refreshing skin treatment, a scary Halloween costume, or a Mardi Gras party accessory? Before March 2020, no one would be likely to wear them in public. Some people would be afraid or even anxious just seeing people outside with a mask on.  In addition to time on...

Goalball: Proving you don’t need sight for sports

Sydney Rossman practices rolling a ball towards the defensive line.

by Sierra Rossman, Editor

November 25, 2019

Sports are generally considered to be an intense showcase of an individual’s athletic ability, but what happens when a key factor to success is taken away: sight? Many may believe it is impossible for a visually impaired individual to participate in a sport, but goalball athletes all around the world ...

Sewtherapy: PREP offers opportunity for students to learn to sew for charity

Sierra Rossman and Peyton Johnson prepare new sewing machines for the sew therapy PREP class.

by Elizabeth Rajnik, Editor

September 15, 2019

On September 12, Mrs. Natalie Rebetsky, Sierra Rossman and Peyton Johnson prepared sewing machines for a new PREP opportunity coming this fall, Sewtherapy. Assistant Principal, Mr. McWilliams, arranged for Rebetsky to use sewing machines that were in storage. Rebetsky was inspired to create the ...

Lancer Media “stitches” the community together through Ryan’s Case for Smiles project

Howard County 4-H Program Adviser Chris Rein teaches Lancer Media members Madeline Williamson and Julie Walker how to sew a pillowcase.

by Sierra Rossman, Reporter

June 14, 2019

Imagine a world with nothing but needles, loud machines, and beeping for days on end with a medical routine that would drive any person stir-crazy. This is the reality for many children and teens who suffer from serious illnesses. It is hard to stay positive in the face of pain. According to Ryan’s Ca...

Lancer Media promotes service project with “Ryan’s Case for Smiles:” Photo of the Day 3/24/19

Bailey Bennett tapes flier promoting need for donations.

by Elizabeth Rajnik

March 24, 2019

On March 21, students in Mrs. Natalie Rebestky’s third period journalism class distributed fliers promoting their need for donations in order to sew pillowcases for “Ryan’s Case for Smiles.” Lancer Media is joining SSL Lauren Miller's project. “Ryan’s Cases for Smiles” is a non-profit organizat...

Seniors get a hoo-rah on their last day: Photo of the Day 5/23/17

Juniors Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller crash the seniors party with driving their tractors to school

by Lourdes Jack, Reporter

May 23, 2017

After four long years, Class of 2017 is now leaving their memories at the door as they finish out their last day of high school.  With everyone going to different colleges, today is a day for them to relax and hang out with each other--except in some classes where students are taking finals.  Congratulations...

Class of 2017: Journalism students write their last day of school in the books

Celebrating their last day are students: Tory Spruill, Sydney Rossman, Mallory Maher, Grace Weaver, Sylvia Nelson, Brandon Cooper, and Garrett Wiehler.

by Emily Reed, Managing Editor

May 23, 2017

After a long year of working tirelessly, seniors in journalism are ready to write their last year in high school in the archives. Among some of their favorite high school memories, Mallory Maher enjoyed "going to pep rallies with friends." She will be going to Frederick Community College.  She hopes to transf...

Oh, the places you’ll go: Sydney Rossman slips into Slippery Rock University

Oh, the places you'll go: Sydney Rossman slips into Slippery Rock University

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2017

Sydney Rossman will slip into Slippery Rock University next year. She will be majoring in Recreational Therapy. Before Rossman moves onto the next chapter in her life, she will be embarking on an European Viking River Cruise. The cruise will visit Amsterdam, Kinderdik, Cologne, Rudesheim, Koblenz,...

News for January 26, 2016

by Lancer Media

January 26, 2017

If you are a student driver, listen up!  All students must have a current Linganore High School Parking Permit hanging from their rear view mirror when they are parked at the school.  Any cars without LHS permits will be ticketed.  Also, remember that student parking is available in the lower stadium lot OR...

NEHS hates 10 things, but movie night is not one of them: Photo of the Day 1/20/17

NEHS students watch the movie 10 Things I Hate About You.

by Grace Gaydosh, Reporter

January 21, 2017

On January 19th, the NEHS held their annual movie night. This year they took a poll and chose the teen classic, 10 Things I Hate About You. Class of 2017 member and club office, Sydney Rossman, was in charge of the event. "I can say that it was a very successful night. Everyone seemed to enjoy the m...

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