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Kit Kats vs. Skittles

Halloween Podcast: Kit Kats v. Skittles

Lizbeth Arreola, Reporter November 29, 2022

Seniors Lizbeth Arreola and Antonio Lucio took some time to sit down and talk about candy! If you didn't get enough Halloween the first time, or you just love candy, take a listen to this podcast all about...

Toxic Twitter

Twitter: A place few should go

Gavin Rust, Reporter November 29, 2022

Twitter. An absolute city on a computer.  The city of Twitter is made up of the famously verified users living in the upper class (which for a short time you could purchase for $8), the unverified...


Don’t take them for granite, crystals offer many benefits

Susana Ramirez, Reporter March 19, 2022

Recently, crystals have become really popular with young teens. Their popularity has risen mainly due to TikTok and other social media platforms, and are very popular with teen girls specifically. I personally...

Ummm, like, whatever

Ummm, like, whatever

Laiyla Santillan, Student Editor/Reporter March 15, 2022

Um, I like want to stop being interrupted.  As a teenage girl I’ve come to learn that if I pause in like, the middle of my sentence I will get interrupted, mostly by grown men.  According to...


How woke is too woke?

Sarah Baker, Reporter March 15, 2022

When watching a TV show or reading a book, have you ever been able to connect with a character because you saw yourself in them? If you have, maybe it was because they shared the same skin color, or maybe...

Fantasy Sports

Fantasy sports are taking over

Laia Williams, Reporter March 15, 2022

Want 18 billion dollars a year?  Maybe you should try starting a fantasy sports league. In 2015, companies reported a profit of 18.6 billion dollars for fantasy football leagues alone. That’s 6 billion...

Chaos in Kazakhstan

David Juffe, Reporter February 13, 2022

Unbeknownst to most Americans, on Monday, January 10, President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, declared victory over the rebelling citizens of Kazakhstan. While this event has little to do with the United...

Hispanic Heritage Month

Maria Bojorge, Reporter November 7, 2021

How does one fit an entire person’s culture and history and celebrate it within four weeks? America is known for being a salad bowl where we are one nation with many different cultures and elements....

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...

OP/ED: Why Doesnt Lincoln Recycle?

OP/ED: Why Doesn’t Lincoln Recycle?

A.K Chan March 20, 2020

In 2015, the United States generated over 262.4 million tons of garbage. Sadly, the average American throws away nearly 7 pounds of trash on a daily basis. Americans view products that they can buy as...

Reaction Towards Coronavirus Epidemic

Tania Cortes, Reporter March 13, 2020

This following March 13, 2020 my entire school was informed by our principal that the whole Santa Clara County would cancel schools for three weeks including ours with no assignments given to the students....

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