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OPINION Net Neutrality: Why Should I Care?

OPINION Net Neutrality: Why Should I Care?

Siena da Costa Pinto, Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under Community, Op/Ed, Showcase

Over the last few weeks social media has been flooding with panic over the new alleged attack on Net Neutrality. The Trump administration’s new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai is proposing to roll back internet regulations. Internet service providers (ISPs) such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon currently t...

Why do Catalans want independence?

Why do Catalans want independence?

Andrea Angeles and jesus gomez

November 1, 2017


Filed under Op/Ed

Why do Catalans want independence? The Catalans want to be independent to obtain the freedom to express themselves in their Catalan language. Wanting to have their own form of government without having to be commanded by the royalty and Spanish government. They also do not want to pay taxes. Spain is g...

Opinion: It’s Called Free Speech for A Reason

Opinion: It’s Called Free Speech for A Reason

Andrew Yslava, Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

When you are a child, you may be told that the Constitution protects your rights to speak, to worship, to think, and to assimilate to whichever view you find appealing. When you are in senior year civics, you are told that the Constitution is the ultimate law and that it cannot be infringed upon. Then...

California podría ser golpeada por un mega-terremoto

California podría ser golpeada por un mega-terremoto

Jackie Chavez y Adriana Arreola, Translators

October 11, 2017


Filed under En Español, Mundo, Op/Ed

The magnitude 8.2 earthquake that ravaged southern Mexico on Thursday was the largest to shake the country in nearly a century. Like California, Mexico is a seismically active region that has seen smaller quakes that have caused death and destruction. But Thursday’s temblor is a reminder t...

The Attack on DACA – An Attack on Students

The Attack on DACA – An Attack on Students

Hazel Stange, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 19, 2017


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Op/Ed, Showcase

DACA or the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals is a policy that allows undocumented citizens to pursue a higher education with protection from deportation and access to a social security code and a work permit. This policy was implemented by the Obama Administration after a long lawsuit against states w...

OPINION: Why Fight?

OPINION: Why Fight?

Leticia Santacruz, Reporter

June 5, 2017


Filed under Community, Op/Ed, Showcase

It seems as if fights happen on a daily basis. Some of them aren't found out about until weeks, months, or perhaps even years later, but how do they even start? From doing some research, I found out that anger and revenge are the main causes of many fights. When revenge is the motive, the fight can g...

Spring Playlist

Spring Playlist

Alicia Gomez, Reporter

April 26, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Op/Ed, Showcase

If you are into diverse and easy-going music, this playlist is for you. This music playlist is heavily influenced by R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, Rap, and Contemporary. The spring playlist is a Spotify playlist that contains songs from 1976-2017. Warning: This playlist has explicit music.   Playlist...

Roberto-Sunol Adobe Documentary

Roberto-Sunol Adobe Documentary

Daniel Perez and Marco Huerta

April 26, 2017


Filed under Community, Op/Ed, Showcase

On Saturday March 25th, two Lincoln reporters, Marco Huerta and Daniel Perez toured the historic Roberto-Sunol Adobe, a structure that has lived through a century of change. They documented the history behind Roberto Bellarmino and Antonio Sunol's past in the Willow Glen area. This building is located...

Lincoln’s State CAASPP Test And Its 2 Hour Periods

Lincoln’s State CAASPP Test And Its 2 Hour Periods

Dimitri Early, Staff Reporter

April 23, 2017


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Op/Ed, Showcase

This week Lincoln is having its state CAASPP testing and because of it, the periods are two hours long and leaving students staying an hour longer than usual. During the week, I went around school asking students what they thought about their two hour periods. I thought I was going to hear that they...

Ghost In The Shell Movie Review

Ghost In The Shell Movie Review

Marco Huerta

April 7, 2017


Filed under Op/Ed, Reviews

Cyborgs. Mega corporations. Outlaws. Masamune Shirow's Ghost In The Shell series has long been known for it's thrilling visuals and action alongside introspective themes on the human condition. Although originating in 1989, the series has been gaining popularity worldwide to this day. Paramount's live action release...

OPINION: What Do You Hate?

OPINION: What Do You Hate?

Leticia Santacruz, Reporter

March 30, 2017


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

 There are a lot of things that people hate in this world. All of these things can be distributed into different categories: foods, shows, shoes, clothes, the list goes on...  I made the following list of a few things that some people hate and asked people to rank them. Food School Life Kinds of people ...

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