Lion Tales

The newspapers (William Quevedo/Lion Tales)

New Addition to Lincoln’s Newspaper Archives

William Quevedo, Staff Reprter May 13, 2016

On April 20th Lincoln received a stack of 21 old Lincoln lion tales newspapers from 1947-48. They were donated by a Lincoln alumni Amy Sarringhaus, and her mother Carolyn Ingram Pahle, who was a Lincoln...

Big Bone Trophy

From The Archives: Big Bone History

Alex Vazquez , Webmaster November 25, 2014

The Big Bone game is a 72 year old tradition between the Abraham Lincoln High School and the San Jose High. The game always takes place on Thanksgiving Day at San Jose City College and usually attracts...

Photograph from the front page of The LA Times, 20 October, 1989

From the Archives: QUAKE

Till Kleinert, Archivist November 19, 2014

Last week, the archive team decided to use its equipment to capture one of the major historical events that happened in the Bay Area, just 25 years ago. One of the worst natural disasters in San Francisco...

All 11 piece of newspaper that we received. (Edgar Uribe/ Lincoln Lion Tales)

Mystery Solved! How Did Lion Tales Get Its Name?

Edgar Uribe , Reporter November 1, 2019

During the summer of 2019, Lion Tales received 6 articles ranging from several years back. Some articles range back to 1942, the year Lincoln High School was established. These articles were sent to us...

How Teachers Can Be More Green: 3 Easy Tips

How Teachers Can Be More Green: 3 Easy Tips

N.K. Chand, Journalist September 18, 2019

Saving paper seems like an undemanding task in the modern world. With all of the technological advances being made to ease, improve, and entertain our day-to-day lives, paper has become gradually unnecessary....

¿Alguna vez te has preguntado cómo era Lincoln en los años 80?

¿Alguna vez te has preguntado cómo era Lincoln en los años 80?

Nancy Estrella, Stephanie Velazquez, Gianna Zades , Traductor December 10, 2018

Lincoln Lion Tales tuvo la oportunidad de hablar con un ex alumno de 1982. Lion Tales entrevistó a Margaret Carter Ma. Ella proporcionó información sobre su experiencia como estudiante de preparatoria...

Archives from the 1980s. Margaret Carter Ma in the center (Lincoln Lion Tales/ Sharilyn Munoz).

Ever Wondered What Lincoln Was Like In The 1980s?

Nancy Robles, Sharilyn Munoz, and Ariel Andrade November 28, 2018

Lincoln Lion Tales had the opportunity to speak with an alumni from 1982. Lincoln Lion Tales interviewed Margaret Carter Ma. She provided information about her experience as a high school student at Lincoln....

Trash on benches in the quad after lunch on Thursday, October 11, 2018 (Lincoln Lion Tales/ Nancy Quintana)

Trash On Campus: A Tragedy

Nancy Robles, Publisher October 26, 2018

Noticed any trash on campus? Have you thrown any on the floor? Have you picked any trash up? Lincoln Lion Tales interviewed the Lincoln custodian, Richard Goins, who has tried to keep up with picking up...

Special Big Bone issue of Lincoln Lion Tales of 1945 shows that the rivalry began in 1943.

How Old is the Big Bone Rivalry?

Hazel Stange, Editor-In-Chief November 21, 2017

On Thursday, November 17 Barbara and Tim Peddy, historians for the San Jose High School Heritage Room, paid a visit to Lincoln High School. The pair came in the hopes of finally verifying the date that...

Archives from 1966. (Alicia Gomez/ Lincoln Lion Tales)

Shooting Back to the 60’s

Alicia Gomez and Emalie Ortega February 10, 2017

The 1965-66 boy's basketball team at Lincoln finished their season undefeated with a record of 29-0. On Friday, February 3, at 7pm, the team was honored at halftime. After 52 years, the state champions...

Big Bone 1980

Big Bone Breaks Big Records in 2016

Brandon Sullivan November 18, 2016

 This year The Big Bone will be played at Independence High School. This is a first for the long running competition between Lincoln High School  San Jose High that dates back 74 Years. Other firsts...

Online Archive Plans to Immortalize Past School Newspapers

Online Archive Plans to Immortalize Past School Newspapers

Eli Schenk, Editor October 23, 2014

Paper can be shredded, crumpled up, or thrown on the ground, but the Internet lasts forever. Surprisingly (and I would also say fortunately), this is not the intro to a story warning teens to be more...

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