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Lanier’s Murals

Where will the 2025 mural go?

Logan Kersey, LHS News Editor December 16, 2021

Every year, a new art piece is added above the lockers next to the 400 hall. It is a student-lead project that adds so much character to the school. The AP Art students yearly come up with entirely new...

GHSA comes out with new regions for 2022-2024

Ayron Lackey, Sports Staff Writer December 13, 2021

In the state of Georgia, the Georgia High School Association or GHSA changes the region classifications every two years to make the athletic competition in the state of Georgia fair. Some schools lose...

UAB College

LHS’s Luke Jones commits to UAB

Ava Bowman, Sports Staff Writer December 13, 2021

Senior, Luke Jones, plays football here at Lanier and has recently committed to The University of Alabama at Birmingham, a D1 school, to play football as well as continue his academic career. Luke has...


The asparagus and other weird scholarships

Kirsten Vanden Bos, Opinions Editor December 8, 2021

Everyone wants to make good use of the opportunities they have to earn scholarships. There's academic scholarships, community service scholarships, athletic scholarships, etc. There are many common scholarships...

Colby May when he was a hitting coach at Florida A&M University.

New baseball coach- Coach May

Cigi Stroud, Sports Editor December 6, 2021

For the 2021-2022 baseball season, Lanier High School hired the extremely experienced and disciplined, Colby May, to their coaching staff. As a result of his passion for the sport and his credible reputation,...

Homecoming Parade

The origin story of the homecoming parade

Alexis Diggs, G&B News Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Homecoming is a day everyone looks forward to, a time to have fun and enjoy life. During homecoming week, there was an annual homecoming parade where different extracurriculars designed their own float...

Madison Youmans

October Female athlete of the month: Madison Youmans

Ava Bowman, Sports Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Every month, the Athletic Director, Matt McDonald, picks one male and one female athlete to recognize. This recognition is meant to reveal the accomplishments of said athletes within their sport. For the...

Senior Dues

Yasmin Espinal, LHS News Staff Writer November 17, 2021

Seniors! Scholastics images will be collecting senior dues as well as your order information for your cap/gown package and senior t-shirt. To order your caps and gowns go to scholastic images and click...

The Advanced Drama class with One Act Trophy

Recap of One Act

Jade Lewis-Tinsley, Editor in Chief November 17, 2021

The Advanced Drama class worked hard on hosting our region’s One Act. With schools like Buford, Habersham-Central, and The School of the Arts, it was definitely a One Act for the books. The day started...

Library room

Why you should take advantage of NHS Tutoring

Sinit Micael, LHS News Staff Writer November 12, 2021

NHS is offering tutoring for your winter finals. Sign up using this link: Tutoring has helped many students reach their full potential, from helping them get...

Interims are unnecessary

Are interims really necessary?

Raegan Gaylor, LHS News Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Have you ever walked into class to find out that you are taking an interim that day? You start to panic about the fact that it’s a county-required test, and it shows your teachers “everything you know.”...

first generation club

Join the First Generation Club!

Fabiana Rueda, LHS News Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Are you the first in your family to think about going to college? Then you should become a member of the First Generation Club! This club focuses on scholarship options and college goals, and anyone in...

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