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Spring Sport Focus: Varsity Baseball 2018

Spring Sport Focus: Varsity Baseball 2018

Katarina Bellmonte and Adrean Uribe

April 19, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase, Sports

Although spring has only just gotten started, Lincoln’s boys' baseball team has been taking as many wins as they can, coming on to both home and guest fields with an overwhelming fierceness. They've been practicing as hard as they can and it shows in their gameplay. Together, as a team they ar...

The Day We Marched For Our Lives- OP ED

The Day We Marched For Our Lives- OP ED

Hazel Stange, Co-Editor-In-Chief

April 19, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

I was tired of crying. I was tired of writing emails to families of children who were shot to death in their classrooms, trying (quite impossibly) to ease their sting. I was tired of reading politician’s condolences via Twitter while I knew they sat in their office and produced no new legislation ...

Lincoln’s Garden Inspired by “Seedfolks” Inspires Students

Lincoln’s Garden Inspired by “Seedfolks” Inspires Students

Isabelle Santiago, Gabriela Aguayo, and Jazmine Barajas

April 17, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Recent Posts, Showcase

Here at Abraham Lincoln High School, Ms. Neely's first period Intervention English class was inspired to start a community garden after her class finished reading the book Seedfolks, written by Paul Fleischman. Mr. Fleischman, a writer who lives in Santa Cruz, CA, last visited Lincoln's campus a few years ago to speak about climate change and promote his latest work, Eyes Wide Open. The last time there was ...

The Bay Area Artists’ Revolution

The Bay Area Artists’ Revolution

Adrean Uribe, Reporter

April 16, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Showcase

When you think of San Jose, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t the art scene. It’s most likely big buildings and even bigger corporations. San Jose natives and locals alike, typically artists, have had a problem with this for quite some time. Yes, we have our murals and art galleri...

OPINION: Cultural Identity at Lincoln, A Reporter’s Perspective

OPINION: Cultural Identity at Lincoln, A Reporter’s Perspective

Andrew Yslava, Reporter

April 6, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase, Voz Latina

Much like the world we live in today, our nation is a melting pot of cultures. Instead of having one neatly defined ancestral culture that dominates the life of most Americans, we are a mix of many influences from every country in the world. Even as we founded our nation, the fledgling colonies were a m...

VIDEO: Cabin’s Lip Sync and Skits

VIDEO: Cabin’s Lip Sync and Skits

Siena da Costa Pinto and Isabelle Santiago

April 2, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Showcase, Video

From March 16th - 18th, Abraham Lincoln High School hosted an AP Retreat, a weekend away to study for the upcoming AP exams, at the YMCA Camp Campbell in Boulder Creek, CA. One of the extracurricular activities the camp hosted was a skit and lip sync battle competition between the camp cabins. Each...

REVIEW: 42nd Street

REVIEW: 42nd Street

Hazel Marmolejo, reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Showcase

This semesters musical is 42nd Street. The musical has been going on for about a week now, and plenty of people have gone to see the show. 42nd Street is essentially a play within a play. You get to see Peggy Sawyers journey to becoming the lead of the show. This show is definitely worth watching. I...

VIDEO: AP Retreat 2018

VIDEO: AP Retreat 2018

Isabelle Santiago and Siena da Costa Pinto

March 23, 2018


Filed under Community, Lincoln News, Showcase

In March 2018, the Lincoln High School's AP students spent a 3 day weekend at YMCA's Camp Campbell in Boulder Creek. California. They spent the weekend reviewing class content to prepare for the upcoming AP exams and enjoying outdoor activities together. This video is a compilation of the highlights...

Homework is Time-Consuming

Homework is Time-Consuming

Alyssa Barron, Lupe Vindiola, Joshua Rodriguez, and Carlos Jimenez

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

Homework is a resource used by most teachers in the United States. There is much controversy about the effectiveness of the impact on homework, whether if it does more harm than good, or more good than harm. In doing research we found that homework can cause stress that could possibly lead to de...

Google’s Plans For San Jose

Google’s Plans For San Jose

Blanca Castillo, Jack Harris, Angeles Jaimes, and Isidro Vargas

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

From a population of 66 people in 1777 to 1,025,350 people in 2018, San Jose has undergone a lot of changes in the past centuries. Originally California’s first state capital, San Jose has always been an important asset to California. Now, San Jose is known as being the capital of Silicon Valley. ...

Is the Death penalty the right Punishment for Murder?

Is the Death penalty the right Punishment for Murder?

Alonso Davila, Elizabeth Fatoye, Julian Gonzales, and Jennifer Rivas

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

The sun is about rise on a beautiful Tuesday morning of 1992 but this is the last time Robert Alten will be able to see it. Making his way into his final moments alive before being executed by gas chamber at the San Quentin State prison, he decides to make his last meal, two pizzas,a bucket of chicken ...

The Dangers of Collision Sports

The Dangers of Collision Sports

Linus Karge, Emmanuel Duarte, and Paraskevas Paraskevaidis

March 9, 2018


Filed under Community, Showcase

“And, Hike ─” The shrill whistle screams across the field and the bodies start moving, heavily crashing into each other. Frantically, Zach looks for an opening, an opportunity to pass the ball and make a game changing play. And suddenly there it was, the moment he’d been waiting for. Zach prepares...

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