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The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Linganore Softball team poses for picture after winning regionals.

Lancer Spotlight 5/26/22: Varsity softball succeeds in state semi-finals

by JP Lyons and Lindsay Shade May 26, 2022

 On May 25, the varsity softball team defeated the mighty Damascus Hornets 4-0 in the state semi-finals. Damascus came into the semi-final game with an undefeated record of 22-0 and was the number one...

Like many seniors, Madeline is unsure of what decision she wants to make for her major.

What’s your “major” decision?

by Marissa DePalma and Madeline Williamson May 21, 2021

"What do you want to be when you grow up?" Ugh. The dreaded question from everyone--and I'm only 17! Knowing what we want to do for a career is a difficult choice. There are so many majors in college....

Grover Report:  How will COVID ruin yet another sport--college basketball

Grover Report: How will COVID ruin yet another sport–college basketball

by Collin Grover, Reporter January 26, 2021

This has been an awful year for many players, and 2021 may be similar. COVID ravaged many teams and players in college basketball. Teams have been forced to forfeit games; players have been forced to sit...

College apartments in fall of 2019 vs college apartments in fall of 2020.

Move into an apartment or take online classes at home? College students have little choice

by Emily McNally, Managing Editor October 10, 2020

Imagine a bean bag chair, a mini fridge, LED lights, a new comforter. It’s all ready for move-in day. You can’t wait to start fall semester! Now, all the decorations are in bags under your bed, in...

Graces expectation of studying in college differs from Gregs reality of studying.

Debunking college myths: Grace talks to Greg about what to expect

by Grace Gaydosh and Greg Gaydosh January 26, 2020

For high school students, especially juniors and seniors, there can be lots of misperceptions about college-- excitement, nervousness, and rumors can create these misperceptions. There are so many things...

Senior Vince Booth practices hitting moments before start of the Maryland State Golf Tournament

Varsity loses State title in four-hole playoff: Photo of the Day 11/6/19

by Dane Shaw, Reporter November 7, 2019

On October 29, Vince Booth, Payton Smith, Austin May, and Ethan Crabb went to the University of Maryland-College Park Golf Course to compete in the Maryland 2A/1A State Tournament. The tournament was...

Rusty Ray and Journalism posing for a group picture

Journalist Rusty Ray visits high school home, Lancer Media: Photo of the Day 10/11/19

by Emily Lotito, Editor October 12, 2019

On October 4, Rusty Ray, Class of 1998, flew from Minnesota to create a documentary of the marching band's Alumni Night, where more than 50 former Lancers marched with the band before the game. This was...

Senior Destinations 2019: Teddy Britton continues his journey at the University of Maryland

Senior Destinations 2019: Teddy Britton continues his journey at the University of Maryland

by Alexis Fowler , Editor May 7, 2019

Teddy Britton is excited to announce that his future journey will be spent at the University of Maryland. This next chapter in life allows Teddy to pursue his passion for law and follow his brother Johnny's...

Senior Destinations 2019: Dylan Miller gets down to business at the University of Maryland

Senior Destinations 2019: Dylan Miller gets down to business at the University of Maryland

by Alexis Fowler , Editor April 30, 2019

Dylan Miller is planning to attend the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He chose this destination because his father went to the same school and decided to follow in his...

Fewer people are enrolling in foreign language majors, but foreign language study is more important than ever.

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...

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