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From the Archives: QUAKE

From the Archives: QUAKE

Till Kleinert, Archivist

November 19, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

Last week, the archive team decided to use its equipment to capture one of the major historical events that happened in the Bay Area, just 25 years ago. One of the worst natural disasters in San Francisco history: The Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989. In the first second, there is rumbling. It seems to...

The Injustices Against Human Rights

The Injustices Against Human Rights

Eduardo Jimenez, Translator and Staff Reporter

November 1, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Voz Latina

Written by Eduardo Jimenez, Translation & Interpretation Class Yesterday when I walked into the translation class we, talked about a horrible event. Our teacher Mrs. Straus told us about what happening in Mexico and showed us some videos of the latest news. On September 26, 49 stud...

Ebola Paranoia: What is The Real Threat?

Ebola Paranoia: What is The Real Threat?

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

Ebola is everywhere in the news these days. After the recent incident of an infected doctor in New York, the fear that Ebola could spread in America grows. Because of the recent events in the Big Apple, the government of New York and New Jersey decided to introduce stricter rules for visitors. Peop...

Google Knows More Than You

Google Knows More Than You

Bryam Becerril, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

From surfing the web for a funny video to researching for academic work at school, students seem to use Google every hour of every day. Google is good for more than just entering search terms, though. I recently read an article on CNN News that talked about how Google has begun testing out the idea of of...

Technology Taken to the Limit

Technology Taken to the Limit

Bryam Becerril, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed

Technology grows every year, becoming less expensive and more suitable for students who use and rely on technology. However, using technology at school can be a distraction to some students and teachers while class is in session. The reason why I bring this up is because many high schoolers carry technology...

Germany vs. USA: The Differences, The Final Chapter

Germany vs. USA: The Differences, The Final Chapter

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

In this part I will focus on what you are have the most interested in, the differences outside of school, like laws or hobbies and how German students are spending their free time besides clubs or teams. I will also show you how I got the idea to come here to the US to spend a whole year in a completely...

Germany vs. USA: the Differences, Part Two

Germany vs. USA: the Differences, Part Two

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed

I’m back with Part Two of Germany vs USA: the Differences. Last time I wrote an overview, giving you some facts about how the German school system works. For this article, I will shift my focus toward how students go through their day and what a typical day looks like. What about free time and sp...

Students in Colorado Protest Curriculum Change Proposal

Students in Colorado Protest Curriculum Change Proposal

Dorrin Akbari, Editor

October 3, 2014


Filed under Community, Op/Ed

"Don't make history a mystery." This was the emerging slogan of the hundreds of students in the Jefferson County School District in Colorado who walked out of their classes on Sept. 21 to protest the conservative school board's proposed U.S. History curriculum change. The proposal, spearheaded by one of the newly appointed board members, Julie Williams, seeks to "promote patriotic material, respect for authorit...

Germany vs. USA: the Differences

Germany vs. USA: the Differences

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed

As a new student at Lincoln who is here as part of the Ayusa Exchange program, I want to write about some of the differences between German and American schools. I will focus on school because this is the place where I spent a lot of time in both countries, and I think it would be best to start with ...

ISIL Continues With Its Terror

ISIL Continues With Its Terror

Till Kleinert, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2014


Filed under Community, Op/Ed

You can not go through the recent news without paying attention to the new kind of terror that is taking place in Iraq and other places in the Middle East. Beheadings of international hostages and violence is seen in the TV and the Internet every day. But the question everybody is asking themselves is;...

Ferguson: Racism, Riots, and Retrospect

Ferguson: Racism, Riots, and Retrospect

Dorrin Akbari and Felicia Viano

September 4, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA--More than three weeks have passed since Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, 28, repeatedly shot and ultimately killed Michael Brown, 18, who was unarmed. With the protesters in Ferguson still seeking justice, now seems to be as reasonable a time as any to discuss what’s r...

Lincoln’s Lion F.I.T.T Program Adopted by Other Schools

Lincoln’s Lion F.I.T.T Program Adopted by Other Schools

Guillermo Lopez Jr., Staff Reporter

September 4, 2014


Filed under Op/Ed, Showcase

Lincoln is excelling in Physical Education! Our school’s P.E. course program has recently been adopted by every middle and high school around San Jose Unified School District, with the exception of one middle school. The Lion F.I.T.T. program has been of such great interest to these schools because...

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