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Whats up with South Korea?

What’s up with South Korea?

Aylin Mejia Zamora, Student Writer May 8, 2024

South Korea has higher ups that don’t seem to care for the civilians, their own people. Of course all countries have issues with higher ranking officials, no one is expecting their country to be flawless;...

Anne-Marie Katemopoulos

“YOU… ARE… ENOUGH”

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...

Join us to remember AMK on 4/17 from 7:30p-8:30p

Candlelight Vigil for Anne-Marie Katemopoulos

Lincoln Staff April 15, 2023

In loving memory of Anne-Marie Katemopoulos, please join those who want to remember and celebrate her life on Monday, April 17, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. If you would like to leave a memory of Ms....

“Crowd Crush” a real and dangerous phenomenon

Deborah Guevara Argueta, Reporter December 12, 2022

Imagine going to a crowded concert, with hundreds and hundreds of people celebrating and having fun. You're enjoying your time when all at once people start pushing forward. You start feeling suffocated...

Vaping: A Bathroom Epidemic

Vaping: A Bathroom Epidemic

David Juffe, Reporter October 20, 2021

According to Mötley Crüe in their 1985 song, Smoking in the Boys Room, “...everybody knows that smokin' ain’t allowed in school.” 36 years later, it seems not everyone got the memo. Smoking...

San Jose protestors holding up signs and marching for the death of George Floyd. Downtown San Jose at City Hall on May 29, 2020 (Andrea Saldana/Lion Tales)

“We’re Sick and Tired:” San Jose Protests the Death of George Floyd

Andrea Saldana, Editor/Journalist May 30, 2020

On May 29th, the people of San Jose protested for the death of George Floyd and many others on the behalf of police brutality. Adults, teens, and even children came with their signs to speak out for the...

Lincoln students google classroom. (Ariana Noble/Lion Tales)

Pass/Fail: Credits Offer Lincoln Students Less Motivation, Little Engagement

Ariana Noble, Reporter May 22, 2020

During these confusing times of online "mandatory school", teachers are working hard to provide their students with the necessary tools to succeed at home. I say mandatory in quotes because students feel...

Teammates surprising friend on her birthday by driving by and spray painting a car, all while respecting social distancing protocols (Ariana Noble/Lion Tales)

What The Shelter In Place Has Done For Us Teenagers: 2020 COVID-19

Ariana Noble, Editor April 24, 2020

As we’ve been forced to stay inside, we’ve also been forced to get creative. Thanks to Tik-Tok stars and bored teenagers, we’ve come up with some ways to see our friends and entertain ourselves.  Sadly...

SJUSD schools are closing for three weeks. (Kevin Gonzalez/Lincoln Lion Tales)

OP/ED: The SJUSD Coronavirus Emergency

Kevin Gonzalez, Reporter March 13, 2020

Today on March 13th, the Santa Clara County declared that all schools in the San Jose Unified area are closed until April 3rd. There will be no classwork/homework given and no grading shall be done throughout...

COVID-19: Student Opinion

Isaiah Avila March 13, 2020

Santa Clara County has shut down schools. My opinion on this change is making me feel very happy. School has really been stressful for lots of us students. It has been hard since I work and have school...

PSA for air pollution. Picture edited by Andrea Saldana.

OP/ED: Minorities Breathing In Toxins From The Rich

Andrea Saldana, Editor/Journalist March 6, 2020

For years minorities living in low-income communities have been breathing in toxins and deadly chemicals that have been causing a wide range of fatal diseases. This silent killer has been caused by large...

Stones with hopeful words on them in Garden of Hope (Ariana Noble/Lion Tales).

Garden Of Hope: Mrs. Cahn’s Garden Revived

Ariana Noble, Editor February 7, 2020

After the passing of Lincoln’s former teacher Mrs. Cahn, her garden outside of the Lincoln center was left to perish for months. Over the weeks flowers were dying and dirt was getting kicked...

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