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LHS students make a difference in the Dominican Republic

LHS students make a difference in the Dominican Republic

Kait Bedell, Online Chief

March 18, 2019


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During February break, 11 LHS students went to the Dominican Republic through a missionary trip which aimed to help those in need. The idea of the trip first conspired between senior Michael Kennedy and senior Sophie Karlson in the back of their sophomore biology class. It began as just an idea, b...

LHS spreads awareness during Granite State Respect Week

LHS spreads awareness during Granite State Respect Week

Marissa McKay, Features Editor

February 18, 2019


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Last week, the halls of LHS were covered wall to wall with posters and sticky notes displaying words like “respect” and “speak out” as a part of Granite State Respect Week. From Feb. 11-15, LHS celebrated this week for the second year in a row to teach students about healthy relationships...

New multimedia class inspires students to explore creative outlets

New multimedia class inspires students to explore creative outlets

Marissa McKay, Features Editor

February 15, 2019


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     Filming videos, watching Youtube, editing, listening to podcasts, if any of these things pique your interest, then the new Multimedia class is for you.      Basic video teacher Karen Robinson is starting a class that will be available next year for all grades, with no prerequisites need...

Meet the Master of Dungeons. A Creator of Worlds. A Fantasy Writer Extraordinaire.

Meet the Master of Dungeons. A Creator of Worlds. A Fantasy Writer Extraordinaire.

Jill Morani

February 12, 2019


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To the rest of the world, junior Quinten Miller is an average high school student with a bit of an interesting philosophy. To the Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) club at school, however, Miller is a Dungeon Master. Now wait. Before you click off because D&D is “nerd stuff.” Stop. Read on b...

Grandmont is out, proud and not going to change

Grandmont is out, proud and not going to change

Amy Maffattone, Reporter

February 8, 2019


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When junior Emily Grandmont was a freshman, she found herself crushing on both boys and girls. Before this, Grandmont had identified as straight, but once she “let herself be more open” she discovered what she truly liked.   This was her first insight into her sexuality. “I was surpri...

Raphael Ribeiro: the fight of a hero both overseas and right next door

Raphael Ribeiro: the fight of a hero both overseas and right next door

Bella McCutcheon, Reporter

February 5, 2019


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For most seniors in high school, their concerns are focused on who they’re taking to prom and when the next house party is. However, when Londonderry officer Raphael Ribeiro was in high school, becoming a soldier was all he could think about. “I enlisted for the army when I was 17,” Rib...

From pans to Pasadena: Drum captain Eva Gertz has beats in her bones

From pans to Pasadena: Drum captain Eva Gertz has beats in her bones

Alex Peters, Reporter

February 4, 2019


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Ding! Bop! Thump! are the sounds senior drummer Eva Gertz made when she was just five years old as she sat on the ground in her house with a spoon or two in hand, hitting pots and pans. These household items found in the kitchen are the big reason why Gertz has that love for drumming today. “I just wasn...

Ms. Jabar’s goal? To be the teacher she wishes she’d had.

Ms. Jabar’s goal? To be the teacher she wishes she’d had.

Bella Cossette, Reporter

January 24, 2019


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I have two tests, a project and homework piling up to the point where I am so stressed I just want to give up. I go to pass in a paper that is late and when I try and pull it out of my bag, I can't find it. This is how I spent the first year of high school before I started working with academic c...

House 4 welcomes new secretary

House 4 welcomes new secretary

Marissa McKay, Features Editor

January 2, 2019


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From signing dismissal notes to helping with attendance, Mrs. Brown has a lot on her plate in her new position as House 4 Secretary. Before she got this new job, Brown was a secretary for a company, a stay at home mom for her two sons, both of whom also worked for The Lancer Spirit in high schoo...

LHS remembers angel Becca Tenney

LHS remembers angel Becca Tenney

Marissa McKay, Features Editor

December 19, 2018


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As the last Day of Giving creeps closer this year, another special event comes along with it. The House 3 Conference Room will be dedicated to Rebecca Tenney on Thursday, Dec. 20 at 3:00 p.m. Tenney donated her hair in 2010 and signed up again for 2011, but in the beginning of that year, the junio...

Math Team starts season off strong

Math Team starts season off strong

Marissa McKay, Features Editor

November 28, 2018


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After winning fourth at states last year, the LHS Math Team is looking forward to another great season. Although extra math sounds uninviting to most students, the honor and pride after a successful meet makes it worth it. “It’s good practice for math class, and it’s actually more fun than it seems,...

Lancer Nation shares what they’re thankful for

Lancer Nation shares what they’re thankful for

Kat Provost and Jazz Conde

November 21, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, LIFESTYLE, Showcase

With Thanksgiving upon us, Lancer Nation has a lot to be thankful for. Here's just a few. David Ollis Senior I’m thankful for friends and family.           Theo McKnight Sophomore I’m thankful for food.         ...

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