Lion Tales

L: Table with Earth Day good, M: Mrs. Reid, R: Counselors Jennifer Mendoza, Genesis Correa, Isabel Magana

NAH’s First Earth First Fest a Success

Deborah Guevara Argueta, Reporter May 14, 2023

The week of Earth Day, the National Art Honors Society, held an event, the Earth First Fest, an event that will hopefully continue in the future. The featured activities included the “Slow Fashion Fashion...

Anne-Marie Katemopoulos


April 23, 2023

The award winning music and choir teacher died after a short illness on March 29, 2023. She was 56 years old. Born in Hong Kong, Anne-Marie immigrated with her parents to San Jose, California when she...

Send us your friendship horror stories!

Breaking up is hard to do

Iris Sanchez & Ruby Reyes, Writer April 20, 2023

Have you ever broken up with a friend? Friendship breakups are the worst. Although it hurts to lose a friend, it can be a great learning experience, especially for people who are struggling with the...

Women’s History Month an important time

Emily Salgado, Writer March 31, 2023

March is dedicated to celebrating women’s contributions to history, culture, and society. Women’s History Month started as Women’s History Week in Santa Rosa, California, executed in 1978 by The...

Mr. Pringle and students check out different clubs during club rush

Delayed “Club Rush” a success

Deborah Guevara Argueta, Reporter February 13, 2023

On January 18, several clubs gathered in the quad to recruit students and advertise their clubs. This event was a success and enjoyed by several students. Below is a list of the clubs, quotes from...

Mr. Lilly during his time at Lincoln High School (circa 2001-2002)

Lincoln’s Lilly: Once a Lion, always a Lion

Gavin Rust, Reporter November 8, 2022

Let’s begin with the start of it all. Mr. Lilly went to Lincoln, and he was popular. Mr. Lilly, a self-proclaimed extrovert, was a popular baseball player, honor student, and most notably, “Cutest...

Spider-Man: Stuck at Home

Spider-Man: Stuck at Home

Laiyla Santillan, Student Editor/Reporter May 20, 2022

With prom quickly approaching at Lincoln High school many students are wrapping up their prom-posals including the school's very own Spider-Man. Junior Matthew Botelho, decided to dress up as the friendly...


Underclassmen Don’t Belong At Prom

Sarah Baker, Reporter May 18, 2022

As we near the end of the school year, dress shops are becoming crowded, proposals are popping up around the school, and prom tickets are being sold out. Prom is just around the corner, and here at Lincoln...

Victory in Europe Day

David Juffe, Reporter May 10, 2022

In the pantheon of obscure or non-mainstream holidays, one that has faded out of public view occurs on May the 8th. Victory in Europe Day has been put on the collective back-burner of America, but nonetheless...

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day

Susana Ramirez, Reporter May 5, 2022

There is a lot of confusion surrounding Cinco De Mayo and its true meaning, many people within the Hispanic and Latino community often get confused and think that it’s the Mexican Independence Day but...

April 1st isn’t just for fools

David Juffe, Reporter April 8, 2022

There is little in the world more annoying than the flurry of April Fools’ day jokes and pranks that accommodate the first day of April. While this past April Fools’ Day has not been out of the ordinary,...

Happy St. Patricks Day!

It’s not easy being green

Sarah Baker, Reporter March 30, 2022

Have you ever wondered why you pinch someone on St. Patrick’s Day? The holiday is celebrated worldwide but few people know the origins of the day, the traditions that surround it, and how it came...

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