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OP/ED: Our World is Burning But The Fire is Not New

OP/ED: Our World is Burning But The Fire is Not New

Tabatha Menten, Journalist

September 6, 2019

Awakening In Europe, our eyes have been opened to global warming thanks to one girl: Greta Thunberg. In 2008, this fifteen year girl, from Sweden, decided to take time off from school to protest in front of the Swedish parliament. Her request was simple: Reduce carbon production. By staying three...

OP/ED: Why Can’t You Take a Breather?

A.K. Chan, Journalist

August 30, 2019

    Breath in. Now breathe out.   In this modern age, whimsical belief without logical reason is seen as absolutely ridiculous due to the stigma of religion in the Bay Area. Even an atheist-dominated environment like California has been secretly ridden with religious creations...

Two Schools Separated by 4507 Miles And an Ocean

Two Schools Separated by 4507 Miles And an Ocean

Tabatha Menten, journalist

August 23, 2019

My name is Tabatha Menten. I’m seventeen years old. I’m an exchange student from Belgium. This is my home, but I hope to make this unknown country more familiar by comparing it to something you know -- Lincoln. Today’s subject is the difference between my school in Belgium and Lincoln here in San ...

Op/Ed: Thank You Lincoln High School

Op/Ed: Thank You Lincoln High School

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

November 2, 2018

Hey, I am Jenny, a Sophomore at Lincoln High School and an exchange student from Germany. If you are interested in more stories about a German exchange student in the United States, you should definitely check out my comparison of the different schools and my story about the first Football Game I ...

OP/ED: The Death Penalty Goes Against Human Rights!

OP/ED: The Death Penalty Goes Against Human Rights!

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 17, 2018

In 2014, Washington State already froze the death penalty under a moratorium by the Governor Jay Inslee. He complained about the high costs, but also the randomness and the missing evidence it was carried out with. He wanted to set a statement with the moratorium in the whole debate about death pena...

OPINION: First Football Game Ever!

OPINION: First Football Game Ever!

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 12, 2018

Hi, I am Jenny. If you do not remember me, I am a German exchange student, and also part of Lincoln Lion Tales, which I am really proud of. At the end of August Lincoln Lion Tales published my comparison of school in Germany and America, so you should definitely check that out, if you didn’t do so. But however, last weekend I went ...

OPINION: A German in America

Jennifer Schwarz

August 31, 2018

Hi! I am Jenny, and I am an exchange student from Germany. Even if it was only one week of school, I realized some (actually a lot) of differences between the schools. School in Germany is completely different, so I want to tell you a bit about it. A different school system In Germany you only have ...

OPINION: Lincoln Student Journalists Value a #FreePress

OPINION: Lincoln Student Journalists Value a #FreePress

Editorial Board

August 16, 2018

Today, the Boston Globe called on all newspapers to respond to the importance of a Free Press. Lincoln Lion Tales had all their journalists write one sentence that expressed their opinion on the importance of a Free Press.   This is what we have to say: News is not the enemy of the country...

PERSPECTIVE: A Parisian in America

PERSPECTIVE: A Parisian in America

Noe Bronner, Reporter

May 8, 2018

As a Parisian studying here for a few weeks, I have noticed a few (a lot actually) differences between the French and the American school system. I am a 10th grader shadowing students here, at Lincoln High from France. I study partly in English (10hrs per week) in an international public high school...

OPINION: Don’t Let a Bloody History Repeat Itself, Vote in Favor of Our Children

OPINION: Don’t Let a Bloody History Repeat Itself, Vote in Favor of Our Children

The Editors

February 15, 2018

It is February 15th, 2018 which means we are exactly forty four days into the new year. It has been forty four days and there have already been five school shootings in which a gun was discharged and somebody was either seriously injured or killed. Forty four days. I wanted to make that extremely clear becau...

OPINION: Twitter as the New Superpower

OPINION: Twitter as the New Superpower

Andrew Yslava, Reporter

December 22, 2017

At a time, newspapers and radio dominated the news sector. Newspapers were (and some still are) the epicenter of breaking news. Radio was how President Franklin Roosevelt connected with the common American family with his Fireside Chats. Then, the dawn of the internet came. Social medias began to...

OPINION Net Neutrality: Why Should I Care?

OPINION Net Neutrality: Why Should I Care?

Siena da Costa Pinto, Reporter

December 11, 2017

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...

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