Lion Tales

Mystery Solved! How Did Lion Tales Get Its Name?

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 by a former Lincoln High School student from the class of 1975. Her name is Margaret (Peggy Kustel) Daulton,...

Great American Scare

Great American Scare

Gio Quezadas, Journalist

October 31, 2019

Great America’s Halloween Haunt was the center of scare this weekend. Not only from the people working there, but from a shooting scare.  At around 10:30 pm on Saturday 26th, everybody at Great America began running in fear. Many believed that they thought they heard what sounded like gunshots,...

Math Teacher Leaves, But Why?

Math Teacher Leaves, But Why?

Laiyla Santillan, Journalist

October 30, 2019

On September 27, 2019, approximately 150 Lincoln students and their families were informed that their schedules would be changed due to the new math teacher, Ms. Doan, who suddenly left the Lincoln administration. This change has affected the lives of students as well as teachers, and many found themselves que...

Pay Day for Collegiate Athletes

Pay Day for Collegiate Athletes

Gio Quezadas, Journalist

October 27, 2019

Earlier this month, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act. The act will allow college students in California to sign endorsement deals with sports companies. It will go into effect on January 1st, 2023.  Student-athletes would be able to hire agents to find deals for them. This could potential...

POW! WOW!

POW! WOW!

Laiyla Santillan, Journalist

October 26, 2019

Two of Lincoln’s very own young artists will be taking part in a global mural and arts festival known as: “POW! WOW!” Each year, 10-30 artists are chosen to paint a mural in their city and this year students Rista White (sophomore) and Kylee Dougherty (Junior) have been asked to participate.  Both gi...

Profile: Downtown San Jose Rotary President Interview

Profile: Downtown San Jose Rotary President Interview

Tabatha Menten, Journalist

October 21, 2019

Who is she?  Karyn Sinunu-Towery is a retired prosecutor. Now, she volunteers at the Nothern California Innocence Project (the organization revisits previous convictions of individuals who are believed to be innocent of their crimes). She’s married with a blended family. She has two adult child...

The Vaping Epidemic: Fruit-Flavored and Fatal

The Vaping Epidemic: Fruit-Flavored and Fatal

N.K. Chand, A.K Chan, and Kalena Peña

October 15, 2019

Vaping is killing people.  The same vaping epidemic that is causing deaths all across the U.S. is spreading into the lives of Lincoln High School students. Lincoln Lion Tales, disturbed with this information, has decided to discuss the new vaping policy at Lincoln.  Last year at Lincoln, staff...

Wildfire Witness: A Fire in Maui?

Wildfire Witness: A Fire in Maui?

Mason Fenster, Journalist

October 15, 2019

Vacations are always unforgettable experiences. Sometimes, not everything goes as planned. Over the October break, my friend Liam Manning and I visited Maui with our families. I was coming back from a snorkel tour at Kapalua bay, enjoying my weeks worth of vacation at a tropical paradise, when I looke...

Climate Change Strike 2019: Fighting For Our Future

Climate Change Strike 2019: Fighting For Our Future

Ariana Noble and Anjanai Vallez

October 10, 2019

On September 20th, hundreds of high school students and adults came to support something they believe in: Climate Change. Greta Thunberg, a teenager from Sweden, organized worldwide strikes, hoping to raise awareness with our government officials. The downtown strike was full of passionate supporters w...

PG&E Electric Outage: Latest Events

Michelle Lu, Journalist

October 9, 2019

In an effort to prevent wildfires from the upcoming windy weather, PG&E has began shutting power off in Northern California. This power cut-off is reported to affect more than 800,000 customers. PG&E is beginning to shut off power in counties by phases, beginning with phase one, which was compl...

Viva Calle Returns: Park to Roses

Viva Calle Returns: Park to Roses

Michelle Lu and Laiyla Santillan

October 7, 2019

Welcoming all residents of San Jose to take a little adventure with families and friends, Viva Calle San Jose is an annual event with no entrance fee that takes place on September 23, from 10 A.M. to 3 PM. San Jose first joined the 'open-streets' movement with Viva Calle in 2015. Around s...

Almaden Lake Welcomes Water Lantern Festival

Almaden Lake Welcomes Water Lantern Festival

Emilia Kendrick, Journalist

October 7, 2019

The Water Lantern festival came to San Jose on Saturday October 5th, 2019. The Water Lantern festival is an event that donates to charities and non profits. There, you can purchase tickets that include entry to the area, a floating lantern kit, a marker, a drawstring bag, and a wrist band. On October 5th...

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