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“We’re Sick and Tired:” San Jose Protests the Death of George Floyd

San Jose protestors holding up signs and marching for the death of George Floyd. Downtown San Jose at City Hall on May 29, 2020 (Andrea Saldana/Lion Tales)

Andrea Saldana, Editor/Journalist

May 30, 2020

On May 29th, the people of San Jose protested for the death of George Floyd and many others on the behalf of police brutality. Adults, teens, and even children came with their signs to speak out for the injustices the black community has faced for centuries.  “We’re just fu**ing sick and tired of  ...

National Championship Band practice in the Lincoln Stadium

National Championship Band practice in the Lincoln Stadium

Anastasia Cervantes, Reporter

December 21, 2018

The Lincoln Band will host either the Alabama Crimson Tide Band or the Oklahoma Sooner Band for practice in the Lincoln Stadium on Sunday January 6th. Band practice is open and free to the public from 8am-12pm! The bands will be practicing for the National Championship for college football. There w...

Lincoln’s Trees Sparkle at Christmas in the Park

November 27th, 2018. Christmas in the park located in the Cesar Chavez Plaza. (Elisa Delgado / Lincoln Lion Tales)

Elisa Delgado, Reporter

December 14, 2018

Every year in downtown San Jose, the city hosts "Christmas In The Park" in Cesar Chavez Plaza. It's a great place to spend time with family. You can go on rides, ice skating, drink hot chocolate, eat churros and look at Christmas trees decorated by businesses, school groups, and other organizations throughout...

Op/Ed: Thank You Lincoln High School

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco at sunset, picture taken during a cruise (Jennifer Schwarz/Lincoln Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

November 2, 2018

Hey, I am Jenny, a Sophomore at Lincoln High School and an exchange student from Germany. If you are interested in more stories about a German exchange student in the United States, you should definitely check out my comparison of the different schools and my story about the first Football Game I ...

Pancake Breakfast: Food and Music at The Gym

At October 20, 2018 Lincoln Music Department organized the traditional Pancake Breakfast (Jennifer Schwarz/ Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 31, 2018

Saturday, October 20 in this year from 7:30 am to 11:30 am the Lincoln High School had a Pancake Breakfast in the gym. They sold breakfasts, including pancakes, sausages, eggs, coffee, and orange juice. Parents volunteered to organize, decorate, and pass out the food. In the small gym there were lon...

Our Steps: Great Dancing in Black Box Theater

 Emily Emmons, Ava Fein, and Mallory Malate (left to right) performing at Our Steps in October, 2018. (courtesy of The Monarch Yearbook)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 24, 2018

From October 11 to October 13, 2018 Lincoln High School had four dance performances: Three evening shows on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and a show in afternoon on Saturday. All of that was part of the Our Steps which take place every year in fall and spring. All PE Dance classes and all the various dan...

Throw a Pie at Your Teacher: Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Lincoln

Breast Cancer Awareness Week at Lincoln High School at October 22, 2018 to October 26, 2018 (Jennifer Schwarz/Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 19, 2018

During October 22-26, 2018 the Leadership Class is hosting a Breast Cancer Awareness week. They will have a guest speaker on Tuesday and Wednesday, and also there are spirit days. As a reminder: Monday: Pink Pajamas Day Tuesday: Pink Ribbon Day Wednesday: Pink Accessory Day Thursday: Pink...

OP/ED: The Death Penalty Goes Against Human Rights!

Human rights are very important for everyone. There are a lot of human rights violations in the world just like death penalty. We can do something! (Jennifer Schwarz/Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

October 17, 2018

In 2014, Washington State already froze the death penalty under a moratorium by the Governor Jay Inslee. He complained about the high costs, but also the randomness and the missing evidence it was carried out with. He wanted to set a statement with the moratorium in the whole debate about death pena...

Think Pink!

The Official Pink Breast Cancer Loop, representing support and connection to breast cancer (edited by Jennifer Schwarz/Lincoln Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 28, 2018

What is associated with pink? You guessed it, women. Even though we live in a time of equality, pink is still a ¨girl color," which is a stereotype; but that is not what I wanted to write about. As some of you may have already heard, pink is the color of breast cancer, and October is known as the...

Great Performance: First Home Game of The Football Season 2018!

Lincoln's Pepband performing at the football field at the half time break of the first home game 2018 at September 21 (Jennifer Schwarz/Lincoln Lion Tales).

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 25, 2018

“A Football Game would not be Football without the band!”

Luna Park Chalk Art Festival: Cool Times

Art created with chalk at the Backesto Park in San Jose as part of the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival at September 15, 2018 (Jennifer Schwarz/Lincoln Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 20, 2018

On September 15, 2018, was the 11th Annual Luna Park Chalk Art Festival at the Backesto Park in San Jose. There were more than 3,000 artists, students, vendors, and community members participating. They, and all the visitors created over 250 pieces of different art. There was a variety of different art, such ...

AP Test for only 5 Dollars!

A tall stack of textbooks (Fallon Ramirez-Lara/Lincoln Lion Tales)

Jennifer Schwarz, Journalist

September 13, 2018

In the classrooms you may have already seen those signs which say “AP Exam Free Reduction Initiative." If you have an AP class yourself, your teacher should have introduced you to that process. Basically this paper says, that you should sign up for the Free-Reduced Price Meal Application, regardless of y...

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