Bilingual Student Newspaper of Abraham Lincoln High School, San Jose California.

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PTSA Speaker

PTSA Speaker

Fernando Serna and Jesse Ruiz
April 28, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News

On Monday April 24 at 7 pm there was a guest speaker at the Lincoln media center. It was an organization to inform students, parents, and friends about understanding relationships, dating, violence & consent, and also about understanding what we need to know for healthier relationships. The guest...

Artists and Their Art!

Artists and Their Art!

Marelyn Aguirre and Andrea Garcia
April 27, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Uncategorized

These paintings are all a collection of Color Field paintings. Color Field paintings are abstract paintings that first became known in New York during the 1940s. These paintings mostly contain fields of solid and flat colors spread and/or stained into a canvas creating a flat picture. Then during the...

Lean In Speaker Series

Lean In Speaker Series

Chau Le, Editor
April 26, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Recent Posts

On Friday, April 28th, Lean In will be hosting a special event in the Lincoln Center from 4-5:30pm. The afternoon will feature a number of speakers, and issues regarding the experiences of marginalized communities will be addressed during the session. Led by Lean In President Naava Ellenberg, this...

Roberto-Sunol Adobe Documentary

Roberto-Sunol Adobe Documentary

Daniel Perez and Marco Huerta
April 26, 2017
Filed under Community, Op/Ed, Showcase

On Saturday March 25th, two Lincoln reporters, Marco Huerta and Daniel Perez toured the historic Roberto-Sunol Adobe, a structure that has lived through a century of change. They documented the history behind Roberto Bellarmino and Antonio Sunol's past in the Willow Glen area. This building is located...

Food Pantry

Food Pantry

Jesse Ruiz and Fernando Serna
April 24, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

Have you ever wondered why [FREE] food is being given to students at Lincoln? At Lincoln for the last couple of months, at times there has been an abundant amount of food in the main building just outside the Student Services. The food that is placed there is either close to expiring or already expired....

Lincoln’s State CAASPP Test And Its 2 Hour Periods

Lincoln’s State CAASPP Test And Its 2 Hour Periods

Dimitri Early, Staff Reporter
April 23, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Op/Ed, Showcase

This week Lincoln is having its state CAASPP testing and because of it, the periods are two hours long and leaving students staying an hour longer than usual. During the week, I went around school asking students what they thought about their two hour periods. I thought I was going to hear that they...

Hackathon 2017

Hackathon 2017

Nancy Estrella and Emalie Ortega
April 21, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News

Lincoln had its first ever Hackathon on Friday, March 31, 2017 in the Lincoln Center from 8 am through 5 pm. A Hackathon is an event that usually is held for several days (2-3 days) in which people gather to engage in collaborative computer programming. Students  had the choice of participating in this ev...

Lincoln Students Doing Right: Schools for Social Justice

Lincoln Students Doing Right: Schools for Social Justice

Alicia Gomez, Reporter
April 7, 2017
Filed under Community, Recent Posts, Showcase

On the morning of April 1st several students and educators met at Notre Dame High School in downtown San Jose for the San Jose Schools for Justice (SJ)^2 teach-in. A teach-in is a day long seminar that educates you about a certain topic, in this case it was social justice. Students and educator...

Undocumented: One Lincoln Student’s Story

Undocumented: One Lincoln Student’s Story

Chau Le, Editor
April 3, 2017
Filed under Community, Showcase

It was the comeback of a lifetime: a former alcoholic turned loving family man. When Mr. R's (whose name is changed at their request for fear of endangering his family,) first daughter was born, he was given the push he needed to finally make some significant life changes, and after years of struggling...

The Future and the Now; Hearst Award 2017

The Future and the Now; Hearst Award 2017

Daniel Ceja
March 30, 2017
Filed under Community

The Hearst Award is an annual award given to journalists for “Excellence in Professional Journalism”. This year, David Streitfeld, New York Times reporter and Pulitzer prize winner, received the award. Throughout his 35 year career, Mr. Streitfeld has been a reporter for both The Washington...

AP Retreat 2017

AP Retreat 2017

Nancy Estrella, Reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News

The AP Retreat is a weekend of intense AP exam prep combined with confidence-building physical challenges. Every year Lincoln's AP Retreat is held in the Santa Cruz Mountains (Camp Campbell). This year, it was held from March 17, 2017 - March 19, 2017. All students that had one or more AP classes were welcome to go. On Friday, March 17 all 100 or so students that went...

There’s Garbage Cans for a Reason!

Dimitri Early, Staff Reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

Here at Lincoln, our campus super visors pick up trash from students leaving it on school grounds, and for them to pick up other people's trash is not right. We, the students, know that throwing trash on the floor is bad, but we do it anyway and sometimes students will leave trash next to garbage cans,...

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