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corona virus shuts down school for 3 weeks

Natalie Sierra, Journalist

March 13, 2020

My dad is mortified he will become very sick from the corona virus. I now as well fear the sickness because everyone is freaking out. I think the world’s paranoid about how fatal the virus is. Among the death rates, I’m not really concerned until  I’m anticipating how the outcome led to this pro...

COVID-19: Student Opinion

Antonia Madrid

March 13, 2020

This afternoon the Santa Clara County Public Health announced that many schools in the area will be closed for the next three weeks due to COVID-19. Classrooms this week have received hand sanitizers from the district and the bathrooms are never short on soap. Many students are celebrating, planning to go...

Voting in 2020

Mason Fenster and Evan Forrest

March 13, 2020

Voting in 2020 is much different than voting 5 years ago. Citizens of the United States can go to their local voting station to vote for your next president. But how exactly can you vote? As a highschooler, once you turn 15 you can pre register for the next round of candidates (every 4 years).  Voting form ...

Corona Virus 2020: Santa Clara County declares public school lockdown

Mason Fenster, Journalist

March 13, 2020

Today, March 13th 2020, Santa Clara County declared a lockdown for the upcoming 3 weeks. The Corona Virus recently became a national pandemic and has become very dangerous. When I was in my 4th period, our principal Mr. Hewitson announced on the loudspeaker that starting monday, there will be no school...

What Will Tom Brady Do Next Season?

What Will Tom Brady Do Next Season?

Edgar Uribe

March 12, 2020

After spending his entire pro football career with the New England Patriots, is Tom Brady ready to retire? This upcoming season, the 6 time Super Bowl champion will be a free agent in the NFL. This means Brady will have 3 options, wait for a new offer from a new team, resign a contract if the Patrio...

OP/ED: Minorities Breathing In Toxins From The Rich

PSA for air pollution. Picture edited by Andrea Saldana.

Andrea Saldana, Editor/Journalist

March 6, 2020

For years minorities living in low-income communities have been breathing in toxins and deadly chemicals that have been causing a wide range of fatal diseases. This silent killer has been caused by large corporations, billionaires, which are mostly from and made by white people who are in control, whic...

COVID-19 update: Is this a global threat?

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Mason Fenster and Evan Forrest

March 2, 2020

The COVID-19 or Corona Virus has startled the world both economically and socially. Multiple businesses in China have shut down due to the death of thousands of victims of this deadly virus. 02/25/20, COVID-19 reached Italy as well as Iran. Everyone around the world was devastated. Is this going to be...

PHYSICS CHANGE

Isaiah Avila

February 28, 2020

Physics and AP Physics did a class swap this semester. Here at Lincoln we only have 2 physics teachers Mr. Bruington and Mr. Oliveras. For the second semester of the 2019-2020 school year there was a change. A swap in fact, the two physics teachers classes traded off students. The switch was based on the tea...

Teen Mental Health

Teen Mental Health

Antonia Madrid and Mason Fenster

February 7, 2020

Teen depression and anxiety is a common mental challenge within teens throughout the U.S. Many people think depression is just a temporary state of mind, but it’s much more than that. Having depression and/or anxiety can lead to irreversible thoughts and actions.  According to Health Experiences Usa.org, “...

Police Brutality

Police Brutality

Valeria Amarillas, Jonathan Aquino Ramirez, Karen Hernandez, and Maximillian Smutnak

February 7, 2020

Police Brutality   By: Valeria Amarillas, Jonathan Aquino, Karen Hernandez, Max Smutnak   Police brutality puts a bad light on America's justice system. Over the past few years police brutality has been sweeping the nation and it needs to stop. Police have been racially profiling...

Animal testing, why is it a problem?

Animal testing, why is it a problem?

Mario Abundis, Amado Delgado, Sandra Alvarez Elisavet Becerra, and Paulina Balderas

February 3, 2020

 Animal testing is a very debatable topic nowadays. Many of our products are tested on animals and we have no clue.  One example where people do animal testing is in cosmetics. In the article, “About Cosmetics Animal Testing” by Humane Society International explains how harmful testing on anima...

Starting School Later Impacts the Community

Sarai Castillo, Marcus Fass, Angel Paez, and Mireya Ramirez Jose

February 3, 2020

Starting School Later Impacts the Community By Sarai Castillo, Marcus Fass, Angel Paez, and Mireya Ramirez Jose                There’s many perspectives on the suggestion of changing and delaying the time that school starts. Changing the time that school starts matters because it’...

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