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This virtual series will present five different athletes sharing their perspectives on college athletics.
Don't Stand on the Sideline
Matthias Choi, Managing Editor • April 9, 2021

"Being an athlete is an honorable title as well as one that comes with an immense amount of burden and...

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Katherine Johnson: A Powerful Woman That Changed NASA as We Know It
Nicole Sigismondi March 31, 2021

From attending high school at age ten to becoming one of the first African American female mathematicians...

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The schedule change will go into effect April 8.
Breaking News: Schedule changes
Sophie Atalla, Staff Writer • March 30, 2021

After two weeks of remote learning, students and staff will return to in-person instruction on April...

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The SAT, originally scheduled for March 24 but cancelled due to COVID, has been moved to April 27.
Breaking News: SAT rescheduled for April 27
Siena Griffin, Managing Editor • March 20, 2021

The in-school administration of the SAT has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 27, announced the Guidance...

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While Black History Month may be coming to an end, we must always honor the efforts and accomplishments of Black Americans.
Black History Month: Honoring Marsha P. Johnson
Alicia Hamm, Staff Writer • February 26, 2021

These names probably sound familiar: Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Maya Angelou. But chances are you have no idea who Marsha P. Johnson is. In celebration of Black History Month, it is important to bring light to Black figures whose names are not as widely known...

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Why the U.S. Criminal Justice System Needs Reform
Why the U.S. Criminal Justice System Needs Reform
Nicole Sigismondi, Staff Writer • February 11, 2021

Taking office at a crucial time in American history, President Joe Biden’s administration faces urgent social, economic, political, and environmental issues. More than any other generation, Gen Z uses social media as a platform to promote these essential issues. The Lance wants to use our platform...

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The Lance’s Guide to Astrology
Olivia Klein, Public Relations Editor • April 1, 2021

Are you interested in checking your compatibility with others, impressing your crush, or becoming more in tune with your spirituality? If any of those apply to you, you should consider checking out astrology. Over the course of the pandemic, many students have struggled to find ways to make use of...

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Chill tunes to celebrate spring.
The Lance Playlist: Spring 2021
Siena Griffin, Managing Editor • March 1, 2021

Spring is upon us: the sun no longer sets at 4:30 p.m., the weather is getting nicer, and the perpetual gray haze that winter brings has lifted…well, at least one of these things is true. Even if there is still snow on the ground and a few more weeks of winter ahead of us, it’s time for some more...

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Katherine Johnson: A Powerful Woman That Changed NASA as We Know It
Nicole Sigismondi March 31, 2021

From attending high school at age ten to becoming one of the first African American female mathematicians at NASA, Katherine Johnson changed both our space program and our societal standards. Johnson broke racial and gender stereotypes as she became a pioneering example of women in STEM. Her persistence...

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Bae swings her golf club during a tournament.
The "Club" that got her into Duke
Matthias Choi, Managing Editor • March 15, 2021

It was a typical day at Norwood Public School and 8th grader Sophia Bae was roaming the halls. While the day may have seemed typical, the student was not. She was about to receive a call that would forever change the trajectory of her life. Mere hours later, Bae picked up the phone. Duke University...

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This virtual series will present five different athletes sharing their perspectives on college athletics.
Don't Stand on the Sideline
Matthias Choi, Managing Editor • April 9, 2021

"Being an athlete is an honorable title as well as one that comes with an immense amount of burden and pressure.” Patrick Passalacqua, a member of the...

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The Lance's Bracketology
Ava Petrilli, Managing Editor • April 2, 2021

After five rounds of March Madness, the Final Four is finally here. Only one more game and these teams can compete for a national title. Surely, this is...

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The upcoming spring sports season extends into July for the first time ever.
Sports Spring Into July
Charlie Dippolito, Staff Writer • March 30, 2021

After the school’s announcement last year that the 2020 spring sports season would be canceled, the athletic department announced that this year’s...

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