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The right to protest meets right to an opinion

Ryan Richter

The Lincoln walkout was followed by all the major Portland news outlets, some of which allow comments on their stories. The comments was largely negative toward the walkout participants.

The right to protest meets right to an opinion

Kayla Rae

The Lincoln walkout produced a range of opinions, some positive and some negative. But many Lincoln students agree on one thing: our school came together as a whole on that day. Still, no matter how p...  Read More »

September 18, 2016

Teacher’s choice: leave or remain?

Armand Yazdani and Daniel Lewinsohn

When teachers at Lincoln discovered on Sept. 7 that students were leading a walkout, they faced a dilemma. Leave or remain? Had they gone, they knew students would be left without classes to attend. They cou...  Read More »

September 18, 2016

How it began: the impetus behind the walkout

Jamie Bikales

Students make signs before a sit-in at the PPS board meeting on Sept 6. After the board did not reconsider its decision to delay the bond measure, students walked out the next morning.

How it began: the impetus behind the walkout

Gretchen Rudolph and Jack Forman

Lead in the drinking water. Overcrowding in the halls. Water leaks in the ceilings. Irritating seating restrictions at lunch. The list goes on and on about the issues at Lincoln. Lincoln is one of t...  Read More »

September 18, 2016

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¿Revolución o no?

Maya Fiallos

Editor’s note: In this second installment of a recurring series, Maya Fiallos, editor of our sister publication, puño & letra, offers another perspective on studen...  Read More »

September 18, 2016 • 0 comments

el rincón: puño & letra

September 1, 2016

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From Walking out to Walking in; inside Benson on September 7th

Yosie Caputi

EDITOR’S NOTE: When Lincoln students arrived at Benson last week to encourage those at the Northeast Portland school to join in their walkout, Lincoln sophomore Yosie Caputi ...  Read More »

September 18, 2016 • 0 comments

Senior cooks up cool summer job

September 1, 2016

Senior’s poetry defines high school career

June 1, 2016

Senior ties art to medicine

June 1, 2016

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, September 20

    Girls' soccer

    Lincoln 1 - Oregon City 1

  • Tuesday, September 20

    Volleyball

    Lincoln 3 - Madison 0

  • Tuesday, September 20

    Boys' soccer

    Lincoln 1 - West Salem 3

  • Friday, September 16

    Football

    Lincoln 26 - Jefferson 13

  • Monday, September 12

    Boys' soccer

    Lincoln 0 - McMinnville 3

  • Friday, September 9

    Football

    Lincoln 40 - Issaquah 17

Students walk out; no PPS action planned

Jamie Bikales

Hundreds of Lincoln students walked out of class Wednesday morning in protest of the PPS school board’s decision to move a planned bond measure to rebuild the school from Nove...  Read More »

September 7, 2016 • 0 comments

Board refuses to consider student demands; walkout planned

Jamie Bikales

Lincoln students filled several rows at tonight's PPS board meeting, waving signs and banners, and two seniors refused to leave the podium until their demands, for the board...  Read More »

September 6, 2016 • 0 comments

Unsafe lead levels at Lincoln mean fountains stay covered

Daniel Lewisohn

Just eight days before the end of the 2015-2016 school year, Portland Public Schools purchased around $150,000 of plastic water bottles. It looks like it will have to buy a lot more...  Read More »

September 1, 2016 • 0 comments

In wake of scandal, board hedges bets on May bond, angering Lincoln community

September 1, 2016

Supt. Smith steps down; interim chief appointed

September 1, 2016

School leaders call for change of “unconscionable” system

September 1, 2016

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Op/ed: Student voice vital in district decisions

Amy Kohnstamm

Lincoln students were front and center last week in bringing the public’s attention to the unacceptable state of our school buildings, Oregon’s years of neglect in funding sch...  Read More »

September 18, 2016 • 0 comments

Police shootings have ripple effect on communities of color

Zoë Bonnichsen

A typical summer for a Lincoln student is filled with vacations, sunny beaches and family visits.  But for some who lived elsewhere, this summer brought death and more q...  Read More »

September 1, 2016 • 0 comments

How the lead crisis poured in

Armand Yazdani

The lead-pipe crisis at Lincoln is about more than just switching from water fountains to water bottles.  It is about the safety of Portland Public School staff and student...  Read More »

September 1, 2016 • 0 comments

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