• BSU, alumni association box food for Portland families

    BSU, alumni association box food for Portland families

    Kattie Abrams and Zoie Brauser

    December 19, 2014

    Students and alumni boxed and distributed food to at least 500 families in need throughout Portland Dec. 19-20. Brian Lamson, vice president of the Lincoln Alumni Association, is coordinating the food drive with the Black Student Union. On Friday, nearly 100 students came to the cafeteria to build and pack food boxes to be delivered Saturday from... READ MORE »»

  • No snow means ‘no go’ for ski, board teams

    No snow means ‘no go’ for ski, board teams

    Kai Hellberg

    December 19, 2014

    After the longest snow drought at Mt. Hood in 30 years, the snowboard and ski teams have cancelled their first and second practices at Mt. Hood Meadows.  The practices were planned for Dec. 12 and 17, but the resort has not seen a significant gain in snow since Nov. 23. Each ski resort on Mt. Hood has received little... READ MORE »»

    Timberline Lodge receives rainfall instead of snow. Photo from of Timberline Lodge live webcams.

  • Cards checkmate opponents in home tournament

    Cards checkmate opponents in home tournament

    December 17, 2014

    Varsity chess players beat Clackamas in a multi-school competition held in the cafeteria Dec. 17. The JV2 team beat Grant, and JV players took second to the Jesuit varsity. Junior Clemen Deng closed out the varsity meet with a win to give Lincoln the victory. Deng was 2014 Oregon Grand Champion and took third in the nation in open competition last... READ MORE »»

    Junior Clemen Deng makes his move against a Clackamas opponent in a meet held in the cafeteria Dec. 17. In the background are senior Philip Weiss, center, who scored a draw, and junior Duane Lee, who won his match against a Clackamas player.

  • Hope for Homeless raises funds for local shelter

    Hope for Homeless raises funds for local shelter

    Kelsey Dunn

    December 16, 2014

    After being inspired by families living in a shelter while volunteering for Portland Homeless Family Solutions, junior Alisha Zhao founded Hope for Homeless last year. The club is closely tied to PHFS but has extended its services to other shelters in the community, including the Clay Street Table. As club president, Zhao has coordinated many fundraising... READ MORE »»

    Handmade Christmas ornaments are being sold by Hope for the Homeless members this week to raise money for various club projects.

Lincoln hosts its first E-sports tournament

Lincoln hosts its first E-sports tournament

Sean Goodman

A Lincoln E-sports online tournament is being held after school on Friday by the E-sports club, and will run...  Read More »

December 21, 2014

Club plans program to help new students adjust

Jamie Bikales

When Montse Mendez arrived at Lincoln as a new student from Ohio last fall, she envisioned a club that would help her get...  Read More »

December 19, 2014

Cane sales benefit homeless, new bathrooms

Allison Kurtz

Two candy cane-related fundraisers are underway through the end of the week. The Hope for Homeless Club will be selling...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Holiday gift basket drive underway for families in need

Gaby Lemieux

Students have a chance to help families in need with the Hope for Hopeless Club’s holiday gift basket drive, which runs...  Read More »

December 11, 2014

Teacher organizes trip to Mediterranean

Teacher organizes trip to Mediterranean

Gaby Talbert and Kattie Abrams

Students have the opportunity to go on a two-week trip to Europe in this summer. Steve Lancaster, Modern World History...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Club puts international spotlight on computer science for all students

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh is just one of many individuals endorsing Hour of Code, which will occur at Lincoln Dec. 8-14 as part of Computer Science Education Week.

Club puts international spotlight on computer science for all students

Jamie Bikales and Charlie Pahl

Lincoln students have the opportunity to join a worldwide event and participate in one hour of computer programming Dec....  Read More »

December 7, 2014

New magazine seeks student submissions

Laurel McGrane and Allison Kurtz

"Beyond the Flock," is looking for students to submit their creative writing pieces and artwork. The magazine, which had...  Read More »

December 6, 2014

Dead animal found under portables

Dead animal found under portables

Kai Hellberg and Grace Sullivan

A dead squirrel, discovered Dec. 1, was responsible for causing an unpleasant odor in Portable 1A and 1B, leading to all...  Read More »

December 5, 2014

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Friday, December 19

    Freshman Girls' Basketball

    Lincoln 20 - Aloha 41

  • Friday, December 19

    JV Girls' Basketball

    Lincoln 63 - Aloha 37

  • Friday, December 19

    Varsity Girls' Basketball

    Lincoln 65 - Aloha 25

  • Thursday, December 18

    JV Boys Basketball

    Lincoln 66 - Southridge 62

  • Thursday, December 18

    Varsity Boys Basketball

    Lincoln 54 - Southridge 56

  • Thursday, December 18

    Freshman Boys Basketball

    Lincoln 64 Eammon Connor - 22 points Joe McCartan 12 points - Southridge 63

Varsity girls play ‘Silent Night’ game tonight

Laura Tuazon

The varsity girls basketball team will have its own version of "Silent Night" this evening in a home game with the Aloha Warriors at 7:30 p.m. T-shirts sold for the boys'...  Read More »

December 19, 2014

Cards fall short against Southridge

Max Goldman

The boys' varsity basketball team couldn't get it done on Dec. 18, losing to Southridge 56-54. Southridge got off to a 6-0 lead, but the game remained close throughout...  Read More »

December 19, 2014

Girls break out for first win in pre-season

Cydney Simpson

Senior guard Abby Eakin charges to the basket against a Sunset opponent as sophomore Gracie Summers moves in for support. The girls lost 67-50 but came back two days later to beat Central, from Independence, 69-45.

Girls break out for first win in pre-season

Fourth time was a charm as the varsity girls broke a three-game losing streak by beating visiting Central of Independence 69-45 Dec. 16 They host the Aloha Warriors from...  Read More »

December 17, 2014

Jones takes wrestlers to second place at Gladstone

Gage Halverson

Senior Dylan Jones gets ready to pin Nathan Ward of Gladstone to win the 126-lb. weight class at the Gladstone Tournament Dec. 13.

Jones takes wrestlers to second place at Gladstone

Dylan Jones' victory in the 126-lb. weight class helped pace the wrestling team to a second-place finish in the annual Gladstone High School Tournament Dec. 13. Lincoln...  Read More »

December 16, 2014

Varsity boys edge Oregon City

Senior guard Griffin Kent drives to the basket against Oregon City defenders as the Cardinals beat the Pioneers 61-57 Dec. 12. Hazard finished the game with 12 points.

Varsity boys edge Oregon City

December 12, 2014

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‘Fangirl’ offers students chance to reflect, relate

‘Fangirl’ offers students chance to reflect, relate

Quinne Hauth

"Fangirl" is a delightfully quirky read about two identical twin sisters, Cather and Wren Avery. The two twins are predictably best friends and obsessed with the Simon Snow series (a parody...  Read More »

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‘I am the Messenger’ shows impact of doing good for others

‘I am the Messenger’ shows impact of doing good for others

Allison Kurtz

Author Markus Zusak turned heads when he published "The Book Thief," but his previous book, "I am the Messenger," is just as brilliant—if not more so. Zusak opens the story with a sense...  Read More »

December 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks: “The Bunny Rabbit is Dead”

October 18, 2014

The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks is first and foremost a story about feminism. Not in that precise wording, perhaps, because that precise wording never once occurs to Frankie. But Frankie is excruciatingly...  Read More »

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Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘Attack on Titan’ brings new life to anime

Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘Attack on Titan’ brings new life to anime

Sean Goodman

“Attack on Titan” is the most successful anime in the past five years with a story arc and characters that appeal to many who aren’t familiar with the genre. Based off...  Read More »

December 6, 2014 • 0 comments

‘Revenge’ keeps viewers hanging

‘Revenge’ keeps viewers hanging

Christina Valeur

ABC’s “Revenge” is full of drama and suspense that may  keep you watching for hours. Premiering in 2011, the series contains captivating suspense and drama. In...  Read More »

December 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares’

November 12, 2014

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