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LHS 4th annual craft & vendor fair this Saturday

LHS 4th annual craft & vendor fair this Saturday

Shea Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, College & Career Editor

November 15, 2016

The LHS senior class will host it's fourth annual craft & vendor fair this Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9am-3pm in the cafeteria. This year over 85 vendors will be in attendance with a variety of merchandise ranging from floral arrangements and home decor to dog products and flavored popcorn. Come ...

Veterans honored at annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast

Veterans honored at annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast

Chase L'Heureux, Reporter

November 14, 2016

The Pay-it-Forward club didn’t sleep in this past Saturday morning.  Instead, they helped honor Londonderry veterans by hosting their annual Veteran's Day breakfast. House 4 Assistant Principal Ms. Sullivan and her Pay it Forward club had been working for the past two weeks to organize the b...

APUSH, AP Gov classes share common curriculum, walk Freedom Trail together

APUSH, AP Gov classes share common curriculum, walk Freedom Trail together

Josh Galluzzo and Liz Iaconis

October 27, 2016

The annual Freedom Trail field trip, organized by AP Government teacher Mr. Vaughn, was joined for the first time by a multitude of sophomore AP U.S. History (APUSH) students on Wednesday.  The 2016-17 APUSH classes are the first to allow sophomore enrollment as a history credit. This resulted in an...

Passing the torch: Greenberg announces retirement, Laliberte to become new superintendent

Passing the torch: Greenberg announces retirement, Laliberte to become new superintendent

Riley Walberg, News Editor

October 26, 2016

Superintendent Mr. Greenberg started in Londonderry the same year that most of this year's seniors were born. And when these seniors graduate at the end of the 2016-17 school year, they will not be the only ones bidding farewell to the Londonderry School District. As the seniors move on, so will Gre...

Marching Lancers to perform in 2018 Rose Bowl Parade

Marching Lancers to perform in 2018 Rose Bowl Parade

Emily Schackart, Online Chief, Lifestyle Editor

October 26, 2016

Rumors and whispers were abundant in Room 320 last Friday, as band members wondered why they were called down for a special meeting. Speculations varied from rain cancellations to Mr. Soucy's retirement, and even as far as a possible guest appearance from Billy Joel in honor of the halftime show. ...

CollegeGo: College board app on the go

CollegeGo: College board app on the go

Shea Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, College & Career Editor

October 25, 2016

There are two things seniors find themselves spending an ungodly amount of hours on: applying to colleges and their phones. For all of the seniors out there who find themselves scrolling through the depths of Twitter and sigh in dismay, Gee I really wish I could be searching for colleges right now...

Lancers to row in ‘Head of the Charles’ regatta

Lancers to row in ‘Head of the Charles’ regatta

Shea Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, College & Career Editor

October 21, 2016

  The Head of the Charles, known nationally and internationally as one of the most prestigious regattas in the world, will be the final destination for six members of the LHS Crew team this Sunday, Oct. 23. "This race is twice as big as anything else we've ever rowed in," junior rower Heather Ricker ...

Massabesic levels too low to row

Massabesic levels too low to row

Sean Cavanaugh, Food Editor

October 21, 2016

The past few months have been rough on the Lancer Crew team, now in their third season.  The recent drought has left them beached as the water at Lake Massabesic is now too low. Lake Massabesic supplies most of  Manchester’s water but due to the drought the water has been getting dangerou...

Students featured on NH Chronicle for NHCCD

Students featured on NH Chronicle for NHCCD

Riley Walberg, News Editor

October 7, 2016

Students from metals and woodworking classes joined with 1,000 other students from 49 other schools at the New Hampshire Construction Career Days (NHCCD), on Sept. 22. The objective of NHCCD is to introduce kids to possible career paths in both the construction and transportation industries through...

Class of 2019 to sell shirts during lunches

Class of 2019 to sell shirts during lunches

Riley Walberg, News Editor

October 6, 2016

The Class of 2019 is selling Lancer Nation long sleeve shirts for $15.00 in room 168. Shirts will also be sold during all lunches next week.

Community Service club hosts school-wide clothing, toy drive

Community Service club hosts school-wide clothing, toy drive

Ellie Goodspeed, Magazine Chief

October 4, 2016

Community Service Club (CSC) members are hoping that when students clean out their closets this fall, they'll take a few moments to gather any gently-used clothing or toys and donate them as part of CSC's school-wide clothing and toy drive. Throughout the month of October, there will be donation bins...

Jimmy Fund 2-mile walk at LHS this Saturday

Jimmy Fund 2-mile walk at LHS this Saturday

Shea Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, College & Career Editor

October 4, 2016

The Londonderry satellite of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is hosting the very first extension of the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. Each year in Boston, thousands of participants raise millions of dollars for cancer research and patient care. The Boston Jimmy Fund team reached out to the Lon...

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