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Martin Luther King Jr. Day in San José

Martin Luther King Jr. Day in San José

Andrea Herrera, Reporter

January 21, 2019


Filed under Community

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a national holiday celebrated in the United States to celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr., an influential African American civil rights leader. He is most well-known for his peaceful campaigns to end racial segregation on public places and for r...

La iglesia y casa de Martin Luther King Jr estará cerrada para el día de MLK, durante el cierre parcial del gobierno

La iglesia y casa de Martin Luther King Jr estará cerrada para el día de MLK, durante el cierre parcial del gobierno

Elle Nilson and Sara Martinez

January 18, 2019


Filed under Community, Comunidad, Op/Ed, Opiniones/Humor

La iglesia y casa de Martin Luther King Jr estará cerrada para el día de MLK, durante el cierre parcial del gobierno Aquellos que esperan visitar el lugar  de nacimiento de Martin Luther King Jr. y su vieja iglesia  por mucho tiempo para celebrar su día festivo el siguiente lunes no podrán ha...

CFP at Lincoln: ‘Million Dollar Band’ Practices in Rain on Field

CFP at Lincoln: ‘Million Dollar Band’ Practices in Rain on Field

Robert Correa and Isidro Vargas

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

The Alabama University Band also known as the 'Million Dollar Band' practiced on Sunday January 6th, 2019, at Lincoln High School's football field. The Alabama Band was there for the 2019 College Football Playoff (CFP) National Championship against Clemson University. The Clemson Tigers eventually...

10 Ways to Improve Your Life in 2019

10 Ways to Improve Your Life in 2019

Ariana Noble and Anjanai Vallez

January 11, 2019


Filed under Community, Showcase

Looking for ways to start the new year off right? Here are some tips for a more successful 2019:

Are Vape Detectors Real?

Are Vape Detectors Real?

Anastasia Cervantes, Editor

January 11, 2019


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

Yes. Vape detectors are real. Schools across the country battle the growing numbers of students vaping in schools, administrators are now using technology in high school bathrooms to cut down on e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes vaporize a liquid that may contain nicotine and other flavorings, and when the...

National Championship Band practice in the Lincoln Stadium

National Championship Band practice in the Lincoln Stadium

Anastasia Cervantes, Reporter

December 21, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

The Lincoln Band will host either the Alabama Crimson Tide Band or the Oklahoma Sooner Band for practice in the Lincoln Stadium on Sunday January 6th. Band practice is open and free to the public from 8am-12pm! The bands will be practicing for the National Championship for college football. There w...

Lincoln Lunch Soccer Tournament Recap

Lincoln Lunch Soccer Tournament Recap

Isidro Vargas and Robert Correa

December 21, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Sports

Lincoln hosted its final game for their lunch soccer tournament on Friday 14, 2018. The game took place in Lincoln's Main Gym, in which students would come inside to watch the game for themselves. The game started as soon as lunch began, and had ended immediately as the first warning bell rang. The to...

Lincoln’s Trees Sparkle at Christmas in the Park

Lincoln’s Trees Sparkle at Christmas in the Park

Elisa Delgado, Reporter

December 14, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Every year in downtown San Jose, the city hosts "Christmas In The Park" in Cesar Chavez Plaza. It's a great place to spend time with family. You can go on rides, ice skating, drink hot chocolate, eat churros and look at Christmas trees decorated by businesses, school groups, and other organizations throughout...

‘Little Bone’: Canceled Twice! Air Quality to Blame?

‘Little Bone’: Canceled Twice! Air Quality to Blame?

Isidro Vargas, Journalist

December 12, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News

Lincoln High School has had a tradition for the past 76 years, the "Bone" games which are the "Big Bone" and "Little Bone" games. This tradition dates back to 1941, the yearly rivalry between Lincoln High School and San Jose High School football teams. The difference between the two games is,  Big Bon...

Profile: Jose Magaña, new school board member for Lincoln

Profile: Jose Magaña, new school board member for Lincoln

Ariana Noble, Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Welcome our new San Jose board member for District Area 2, a devoted democrat Jose Magaña, who was elected by over 6,500 citizens. District Area 2 is the district where Lincoln High School is located. He and his wife and daughter live in the Luna Park neighborhood, close to downtown. His new position a...

Perfil de Carrera a Campo Traviesa: Omar Piña

Perfil de Carrera a Campo Traviesa: Omar Piña

Andy Gonzalez, Omar Piña y Alfredo Padilla, Traductores

December 7, 2018


Filed under Community, Deportes, En Español

En los finales de CCS (Carrera a campo traviesa) debido al humo causado por los incendios forestales en el Sureste de California, muchos de los atletas fueron incapaces de correr a su potencial completo. Algunos de sus tiempos se disminuyeron por un minuto completo. El humo también causó calambres ...

76th Annual Big Bone Game

76th Annual Big Bone Game

November 29, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Sports

On November 22nd, the Lincoln varsity Football Lions won 51-6 to San Jose high Bulldogs. This year, the game was played at Independence High School in San Jose, CA. The game started at 11am and had, according to reporters present, approximately 100-150 students, alumni, faculty and staff, and parents...

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