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Past vs. Present: A commentary on how music has changed

Past vs. Present: A commentary on how music has changed

Lily Lefevre, Reporter

May 22, 2017

A music artist’s techno babble should be a creative output of their true feelings. However, within the last decade, the music that tops the charts has been dramatically less authentic than those of generations before. When pondering on the topic of authenticity in the terms of the music output of t...

Chance Broderick, Reporter

May 19, 2017

I think we can all agree that Netflix is awesome. In fact, almost half of us probably use Netflix as our primary source of televised entertainment, and with that beautiful $8.99 price tag a month for viewing, you really can’t complain. With the absurd pricing of cable only going up, and the ease and a...

Rap trio Migos delivers (for the most part) on latest album ‘Culture’

Rap trio Migos delivers (for the most part) on latest album ‘Culture’

Bobby Lebrun, Reporter

March 29, 2017

The rap trio “Migos” have worked hard to be crowned kings of modern day rap, and what they’ve accomplished during the latter part of 2016 and early 2017 has helped prove that statement to be far beyond correct. Migos is mainly known for their song “Look at my Dab,” which increased the ...

Lights, Camera, Action! NESCom works with LHS students to produce Coffee House

Lights, Camera, Action! NESCom works with LHS students to produce Coffee House

Abi Whitcomb, Reporter

March 28, 2017

On Friday, I got the privilege to work with The New England School of Communications (NESCom) at Husson University, alongside many of video production teacher Mrs. Robinson’s students to put on the 2017 production of Coffee House. Each high school student was partnered with a college student to...

Photo Gallery: Coffee House 2017

Photo Gallery: Coffee House 2017

Emily Schackart, Online Chief, Lifestyle Editor

March 26, 2017

The music department hosted its annual LHS Coffee House on Friday night, Mar. 25. Tickets were five dollars at the door and free snacks and drinks were provided. The show featured a range of student musicians from each grade level, and the New England School of Communications from Husson University wor...

Music department to host annual Coffee House

Music department to host annual Coffee House

Emily Schackart, Online Chief, Lifestyle Editor

March 23, 2017

The LHS music department will be hosting the annual Coffee House concert on Fri., Mar. 24 at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria.  Tickets are $5 at the door. Program: "Secrets" - Melanie Methot, Rachel Cook "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" - Emily Powers, Brendan Schabhetl  "Final Destination from Sup...

Gilbert’s “Big Magic” lends inspiring advice about living creatively

Gilbert’s “Big Magic” lends inspiring advice about living creatively

Emily Schackart, Online Chief, Lifestyle Editor

March 22, 2017

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert is an essential read for creative thinkers. Often times, a creative life is associated with glamour. We forget the starving artists of the world and we relish in the works of successful actors, famous musicians, and wealthy authors and artisans. We don’t think ab...

‘Logan’ a memorable send off to wolverine

‘Logan’ a memorable send off to wolverine

Riley Walberg, News Editor

March 20, 2017

Since the release of Iron Man in 2008, we have seen an explosion in superhero movies. Every year, we get a few more, whether it was Sony making Spider-Man movies just to keep the rights to him or DC's recent attempts to compete with the Marvel's dynasty of movies. This recent renaissance of superhero...

Today’s fine art display displays today’s finest artists

Today’s fine art display displays today’s finest artists

Mrs. DeWinkeleer, Adviser

January 17, 2017

Students in Mrs. Dyson's Advance Placement Art class exhibited what they have been painting, drawing, sculpting and designing this past semester during today's annual art show, which took place in room 221.   Unlike in other AP classes, there is no written final exam for these AP Art students. Rathe...

‘Why Him?’ leaves audiences in stitches

‘Why Him?’ leaves audiences in stitches

Michaela Tarquinio, Reporter

January 11, 2017

From the moment a daughter is born, there is an instant connection between her and her father. They say a daughter’s first love is always her father, her hero. The same goes for Stephanie and her father, Ned, in the romantic comedy “Why Him?” by John Hamburg. Until Laird comes along. Laird is a free...

Review: Apple AirPods most beneficial to iPhone 7 users

Review: Apple AirPods most beneficial to iPhone 7 users

Riley Walberg, News Editor

January 3, 2017

After a week of using Apple's new wireless headphones, the Apple AirPods, I have come to the conclusion that they are only worth buying if you have the iPhone 7. Advantages: The AirPods have a very generous battery life, with five hours from a single charge and the case doubling as a charging st...

Lancer Spirit on the Air: Reel Talk on Dr. Strange

Lancer Spirit on the Air: Reel Talk on Dr. Strange

Chance Broderick, Josh Stambach, and Abi Whitcomb, Producer

December 20, 2016

Reporters Chance Broderick and Josh Stambach talk about and review the new blockbuster hit Dr. Strange. Listen to our new podcast Lancer Spirit on the Air. ...

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