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Marine Biology field trip

Marine Biology field trip

November 2, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News

On October 26, 2018 the Lincoln Marine Bio classes, instructed by Michelle Bennett, took a trip to Santa Cruz to measure the size of sand crabs. Lincoln students got the chance to learn more about sandcrabs and were able to identify their gender and size.  While a few groups were researching sandc...

Pancake Breakfast: Food and Music at The Gym

Pancake Breakfast: Food and Music at The Gym

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 31, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Showcase

Saturday, October 20 in this year from 7:30 am to 11:30 am the Lincoln High School had a Pancake Breakfast in the gym. They sold breakfasts, including pancakes, sausages, eggs, coffee, and orange juice. Parents volunteered to organize, decorate, and pass out the food. In the small gym there were lon...

The History Behind Halloween

The History Behind Halloween

Anastasia Cervantes, Reporter

October 30, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Halloween is an annual holiday that is celebrated every October 31. Halloween today is known as a holiday were children dress up as there favorite caricature and go house to house collecting candy. The word halloween rose from the contraction of the fraise o hallows een, hallow meaning holly or saintly and een a contract...

Spooky Halloween Destinations!

Spooky Halloween Destinations!

Ariana Noble, Reporter

October 30, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Halloween is almost here! Looking for events to attend? Here are some spooky destinations:   Dead Time Dreams Haunted Attractions These tents include haunted houses with human actors and frightening graphics. They create graphic looks on actors faces and use bloody clothing to create t...

Pumpkin Patches in San Jose

Pumpkin Patches in San Jose

Isabel Mercado, Reporter

October 26, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Do you want to take a trip to pumpkin patches and have a great time? Want to stay in San Jose? Every year, during October in San Jose, California, there are areas set up for pumpkin patches for everyone to come out and have fun, play games, get lost in a maze, or just take pictures. They even have ...

Tizapan October Festivities

Tizapan October Festivities

Ignacio Rosales, Writer

October 25, 2018


Filed under Community

Each year, in Tizapan El Alto, a city in the state of Jalisco, a festival called Fiestas de Octubre occurs. The festival celebrates the construction of the most important structure and saint of the town, San Francisco De Asis. The temple of San Francisco de Asis was built in 1836 and was completed a...

2nd Harvest Food Bank: Helping the Community

2nd Harvest Food Bank: Helping the Community

Isidro Vargas, Journalist

October 11, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

On the 22nd of September, Lincoln hosted the Second Harvest Food Bank for the sixth time since its beginning in April of 2018. Kelly Phillips, Lincoln's Activities Director and person responsible for bringing Second Harvest Food Bank to Lincoln High School, said, they started this event "just so that we...

3rd Annual Little Italy Festival Brings Italian Flavor to DTSJ

3rd Annual Little Italy Festival Brings Italian Flavor to DTSJ

Ariana Noble and Anjanai Vallez

October 11, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Little Italy had their 3rd annual festival on September 30th in the artistic streets of Downtown San Jose, with outstanding food and entertainment. The streets were full of people as well as reporters. Their authentic Italian food stands sold rapidly, as well the merchandise. They had live perfo...

New Airport Technology And “Real ID”

New Airport Technology And “Real ID”

Ignacio Rosales and isabel Mercado

September 28, 2018


Filed under Community

Flying this fall break through San Jose Norman Y. Mineta International Airport?   Homeland security picked San Jose International Airport to test new airport security technology. Homeland security plans to test video cameras, radar, microwaves infrared, laser, ground, and fence sensors. As well ...

Think Pink!

Think Pink!

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 28, 2018


Filed under Community

What is associated with pink? You guessed it, women. Even though we live in a time of equality, pink is still a ¨girl color," which is a stereotype; but that is not what I wanted to write about. As some of you may have already heard, pink is the color of breast cancer, and October is known as the...

Bottles to Books: Lincoln Librarian Helps Expand Collection

Bottles to Books: Lincoln Librarian Helps Expand Collection

Robert Correa, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News

How can recycling plastic bottles be used to purchase books? Well, that's exactly what a staff member at Lincoln High School has been doing for the past two years. Meet, Janet Owens, a librarian who has been working at the Lincoln Center for about four years. Although she is a librarian now, she or...

Scooters at School: Plague or Potential?

Scooters at School: Plague or Potential?

Sharilyn Munoz and Nancy Robles

September 21, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

When walking through downtown San Jose, a person can spot a motorized scooter. These motorized scooters can be used by paying with a credit card while using the designated app, depending on the scooter brand. To use these scooters, you must follow some law procedures. To be able to ride a scooter, you...

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