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Maya brings Murphy joy in during the struggles that her cancer brings.

Beloved LHS teacher battles cancer with support of the community

Olivia Windisch, Executive Sports Editor/Social Media Coordinator
June 10, 2021

Ms. Murphy, more commonly known as “Murph” around the halls of LHS, has been battling a rare “1 in a million” cancer called Synovial Sarcoma. Murphy has been unable to attend school in-person this...

The cast of Little Shop of Horrors poses as they wrap up filming of their virtual musical

Seniors take their final bow as LHS Drama wraps up their virtual musical

Audrey DeAngelis, Online Chief
June 9, 2021

This school year has been anything but normal. Between being hybrid, to fully remote, to now every student back together in person, constant challenges have been thrown at students and clubs. Some of these...

Cinematography and audio directors Garrett Calusdian (left midground) and Spencer McIntyre (right midground) set up a shot for “Facade”. This picture features some of the cast and crew of the film during production, with actor Sean O’Mara in the foreground and extras Annika Suckow (left) and Makenzie Gainey (right) in the background.

LHS Video and Podcasting Club: Students Turned Filmmakers

Josh Truesdale, Reporter
May 28, 2021

Update: The winning films were announced on Friday, May 28. Out of 54 submitted films, “Façade” won fifth place. Click the hyperlinks to view “Façade” and the rest of the films in the NHHSSFF...

Freshman Amanda Robinson enjoys the view of a hike in September 2020. It was during the pandemic that she discovered how much she loves hiking.

Nature helps student cope during COVID-19

Freshman Amanda Robinson discovered how nature could be a "positive outlet" during difficult times throughout the pandemic.
Makenna Lord, Reporter
May 20, 2021

With the scent of fresh air, the touch of a slight breeze, the leaves crunching under her feet, and the sight of the horizon getting closer and closer, freshman Amanda Robinson had made it to the top of...

With my mother, Melissa Quinones, just recently pursuing her dream job of becoming a beauty influencer she has gotten many products for her to experiment with. Shown here is all the different shades of lipstick and bottles of primer she has to make herself stand out from the crowd. “It’s like playing with kids toys for fun, except I do this as a job,” Quinones said. Quinones loves to use all sorts of makeup from lipstick to primer to really bring out her inner self and show what pretty really is. “Each shade tells a different story and a bigger picture, that’s the greatness in it,” Quinones said.

Mom brings her beauty knowledge to others

Melissa Quinones decides to share her knowledge of makeup and beauty with followers on Instagram.
Aidan Espinal, Reporter
May 19, 2021

Londonderry resident Melissa Quinones knows beauty, and now she wants to share this knowledge with others. Quinones has recently begun pursuing her dream job of becoming a beauty influencer,...

LHS teacher Mrs. Morse reinvents her classroom to help students learn

LHS teacher Mrs. Morse reinvents her classroom to help students learn

Samantha Fortier, Reporter
May 18, 2021

Going to class and having to sit down, write notes, and listen to the teacher talk the whole class is very difficult for some students to learn the material that is being taught. LHS newest Spanish teacher...

Life isn't always about the big moments--the birthdays or the milestones. It's the small things that make life as beautiful as it is.

The little things that make life worth living

Catie Brown, Reporter
May 17, 2021

A seemingly perfect life isn’t always the happiest. Waking up in silk pajamas to sunshine and a homemade breakfast every morning doesn’t guarantee that positive emotions will radiate from you throughout...

Watching a loved one go through the grieving process can be difficult. Not sure how to help them? Here are some tips and information to assist you.

How to support a grieving Lancer

Natalie Karlson, Reporter
May 17, 2021

With the difficult news Lancer Nation has received just these past couple months, it must be addressed. Grief: the natural response to losing a loved one, a relationship, or any version of security...

Senior Amara Cote,  performs at a jazz ensemble concert in January 2021. Cote plays the trumpet as part of the LHS jazz ensemble and is currently the main Trumpet Section Leader in band.

Senior Amara Cote makes a name for herself in the Londonderry community

Alisha Khalil, Reporter
May 13, 2021

Spirit, kindness and drive are three factors that make a student a star Lancer, and senior Amara Cote has proven she is just that with all she has done throughout her time at LHS. Cote is president...

Tebbetts stands with her three daughters at the annual Unifed Snowball. The Snowball is an annual dance for all Unified athletes and helpers.

Mrs. Tebbetts receives 2020-21 Teacher of the Year Award

Olivia Windisch, Executive Sports Editor/Social Media Coordinator
May 13, 2021

LHS Wellness teacher and Unified soccer coach Mrs. Tebbetts has made a lasting impact on the students at LHS. Tebbetts has been awarded Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year.  Tebbetts...

Londonderry community remembers and honors LHS counselor Mrs. Sherwood

Londonderry community remembers and honors LHS counselor Mrs. Sherwood

Abby Foley, Features Editor
May 7, 2021

Mrs. Sherwood was an outstanding woman who was loved by so many people. Below are the memories that were shared in honor of her, which show how much happiness and joy she brought into people's lives and...

Senior Gracie McInnis said even though her mom did not give birth to her,

Love not blood is what makes her my mom

Gracie McInnis, Contributing Writer
May 7, 2021

What does it take to be a mother? I believe that you don’t need to give birth to be one, and if you do give birth, it does not mean you are one. My mother did not give birth to me, but she is better...

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