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Dropping College Knowledge: The Admission Process

Dropping College Knowledge: The Admission Process

Felicia Viano and Dorrin Akbari

March 20, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

"We regret to inform you…," the beginning of a message that every college applicant dreads to read.   With so many different types of college applications, it is often difficult to choose which route to take. Lion Tales spoke to three different seniors who chose to take unique paths with...

OPINION: Making Money on the Side

OPINION: Making Money on the Side

Lika Khoperia, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

The idea of getting rich and making easy money has always been the American dream. Many adults and teens alike have spent hours daydreaming about becoming one of those big millionaires or billionaires, or even trillionaires. The problem is, we spend way too much time daydreaming. We spend so little...

Mock Trial: Future Attorneys on the Case

Mock Trial: Future Attorneys on the Case

Dorrin Akbari and Felicia Viano

March 6, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

“The results are in...” Just say it already! I’ve been waiting for twenty minutes! “We are proud of both teams…” If we lose, we lose. Whatever happens. It’s okay. “The runner up is...” Please don’t say Lincoln, I changed my mind I don’t want to lose. “Lincoln High S...

Choosing Your Dream College

Choosing Your Dream College

Lika Khoperia, Staff Reporter

February 26, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

College is the most important part of your education. Though high school, middle school and etc. are as important, because they are the prerequisites for next level education. College plays the biggest role of them all, You don't have to go to the best high school to be able to get in to the top universities...

OPINION: Enrollment into A.P. Classes Should Follow a Prerequisite System

OPINION: Enrollment into A.P. Classes Should Follow a Prerequisite System

Eli Schenk, Editor

February 13, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

Advanced Placement (A.P.) classes are an opportunity to move up, both in one’s intellectual growth and in an official capacity. “It’ll look good on my college applications!!!” sounds familiar, right? This opportunity is currently open to all students at Lincoln, regardless of their past grades...

Nintendo vs. YouTube: Negative Turn in The Let’s Play Business

Nintendo vs. YouTube: Negative Turn in The Let’s Play Business

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

People showing how they play their games, while making comments about the game. This is what is called “Let’s Play”, a phenomenon that became quite popular on YouTube over the last couple years. Usually, game companies allow the content creators to play a game without additional fees. Sometimes...

OPINION: Your Future is in Your Hands

OPINION: Your Future is in Your Hands

Lika Khoperia, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

If you are a high school student, no matter what dreams you have, and what type of situation you live in, it is absolutely possible to convert them into a reality. You must already have the blueprint of your future, in order to succeed in your goals. However, if you have not ever thought about this,...

North Korea Strikes Sony in Act of “Cyberwarfare”

North Korea Strikes Sony in Act of “Cyberwarfare”

Lika Khoperia, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2015


Filed under Community, Op/Ed, Showcase

No surprises. Well, actually many surprises. Sony was hacked for the 11th time on Nov. 24, 2014, and then again two days later. Sony has established a national record in times getting hacked, which will probably take other companies decades to catch up with. As expected, the entire ordeal wa...

Opinion: Malaysian Concert Controversy

Opinion: Malaysian Concert Controversy

Atzin Galvan, Staff Reporter

January 30, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

Idols. They're everywhere, but can you imagine being jailed for hugging one? Well, that's what almost happened recently to four very lucky and unlucky girls in Malaysia. A Korean boy band known as B1A4 held a fan meeting in Malaysia on Jan. 10. They called four girls up on stage and reenacted scenes...

My Top 5 Upcoming Videogames of 2015

My Top 5 Upcoming Videogames of 2015

Bryam Becerril, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed, Reviews

From Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to Destiny, Far Cry 4, and Assassins Creed Unity, there were many top game titles released in the year of 2014. It is time to talk about the top games coming out in 2015. There is a huge list of games already in the line-up and ready to go. Here is my list of video ...

Welcome to 2015, Lions!

Welcome to 2015, Lions!

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

January 7, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

The staff at Lion Tales welcomes you to 2015! We all hope you are well rested and had nice holidays with your families. This is a new semester and, as always, there will be new, cool projects happening around Lincoln. Check out our website frequently to be aware of all them. Also, this is the last...

Intel Extreme Masters at San Jose’s SAP Center For The First Time

Intel Extreme Masters at San Jose’s SAP Center For The First Time

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Op/Ed, Showcase

Last weekend the San Jose SAP center was the scene for cheering crowds and thousands of video game fans that came here to see the IEM (Intel Extreme Masters). The IEM is a video game tournament for the games Starcraft II and League of Legends, sponsored by Intel. The tournaments take place worldwide a...

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