Lion Tales

Fear in the Vaccines

Fear in the Vaccines

Daniel Urias, Hazel Marmolejo, Gabriel Hernandez, Maya Sanchez De Tagle, and Leonardo Alcala Lopez

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community

Imagine being excited for the months to come. Being optimistic about the world around you. Taking time to stop and smell the roses. Suddenly you can not smell the roses very well, you begin to wonder why is that? You are becoming congested, and can not bare to go outside anymore because your body aches...

Epidemic of School Shootings in America

Epidemic of School Shootings in America

Isiris Cruz, Dimitri Early, Gus Murphy, Ephraim Smith, and Cristian Zapien

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community

2015 was the year of mass shootings they say, there was 372 mass shootings in the US, killing 475 people and wounding 1,870 according to the mass shooting tracker. There has been 142 school shootings since 20 elementary school students and six adult were killed by gunman Adam Lanza at Sandy hook elementary...

VIDEO: Mr. Kappia Gives a Presentation to Students About “Things Fall Apart”

VIDEO: Mr. Kappia Gives a Presentation to Students About “Things Fall Apart”

Andrew Yslava, Reporter

March 6, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Video

This is a presentation on the novel, "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe. The presentation was given to all AP English Literature classes and some English 3/4 classes at Lincoln High School by Mr. Joseph Kappia. Mr. Kappia teaches ERWC and English 3/4 at Lincoln. The presentation touched upon African...

The Farmers Market Is Coming to Lincoln High!

The Farmers Market Is Coming to Lincoln High!

Muse Masciarelli, Reporter

March 2, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News

Get ready Lions! The Farmers Market is finally coming to our very own Lincoln High School! After four years and talking to three different Farmers Market associations, Lincoln has finally made a deal with the West Coast Farmers Market Association (WCFMA)! Starting in either April or May, Lincoln will...

Lincoln Loss: Richard Knapp

Lincoln Loss: Richard Knapp

Hazel Stange, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 2, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

On Sunday, February 25th Richard “Dick” Knapp, a longtime Lincoln staff member, passed away. Mr. Knapp became a staff member at Lincoln in 1970 and continued his work on campus until just a few months before he died. In his 47 years at Lincoln, Mr. Knapp taught English, History, Science, Woodshop, Phy...

Lincoln’s First Ever Lacrosse Team!

Lincoln’s First Ever Lacrosse Team!

Siena da Costa Pinto, Reporter

March 2, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Sports

Lady Lions have blossomed in this early 2018 semester, thanks to the new Women's Lacrosse Program!  Twenty Four ambitious young athletes have been hard at work every day since January, many of whom who have gone from never having held a lacrosse stick to successfully shooting goals and making passes....

How To Prepare For The SAT

How To Prepare For The SAT

Hazel Marmolejo, reporter

March 2, 2018


Filed under Community, Recent Posts, Showcase

As High School students  taking the SAT is something that we will more than likely experience. This standardized test is primarily used for college admissions. The SAT will test your skills in math, critical reading, and writing. You can l choose to take subject test as well, to showcase your stren...

Florida School Shooting

Katarina Bellmonte, Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Community

The Florida high school shooting that left 17 dead at the hands of a troubled teenager has put a sorrowed feeling into our hearts. As we all looked at our nightly dinner news, we saw the unfortunate and heart-breaking words that made us all gasp and cause forks to clatter on to the plates, Florida Shooting...

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Katarina Bellmonte, Reporter

February 13, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Uncategorized

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, Ms. Straus, our teacher of Translation and Interpretation and her class, went to The Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. On the bus, excited chatter filled the air. After around an hour and a half, they arrived at the Middlebury Institut...

2018 Women’s March

2018 Women’s March

Siena da Costa Pinto, Reporter

February 6, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Defaced Trump caricatures hung over the crowd and the shouts of empowered women filled the air, again. The nation fought from the beginning of 2017 until the end, for Intersectional feminism, the rights of women, LGBTQ community, immigrants, people of color and more, and are doing it, again, in 2018. ...

Do Urban Students Have More Educational Opportunities?

Do Urban Students Have More Educational Opportunities?

Hazel Marmolejo, reporter

February 1, 2018


Filed under Community, Recent Posts, Showcase

We see advocacy for college everywhere in high school. Schools in the Bay Area have endless opportunities for students to strengthen their chances of getting into a good college. Schools try to implement advice for college and teach students what they need to do in order to get into one of their top sc...

La Casa de Horrores

La Casa de Horrores

Diego Garcia, Arely Hernandez, and Meme Hernandez

January 30, 2018


Filed under Community, Voz Latina

A 13 niños cautivos en un hogar de California se les negó el contacto con el mundo exterior, dicen sus tías. Trece hermanos desnutridos presuntamente mantenidos cautivos por sus padres en condiciones sucias, en una casa del sur de California vivían una existencia estricta sin contacto social ...

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