School chairs spur student action

Sophomore Nelson Cooper finishes sewing a seam for a cushion.

School chairs spur student action

Michael Ioffe and Haley Schulberg

Lincoln’s chairs, in which students will spend over 1000 hours sitting over the course of the school year, have long been...  Read More »

November 21, 2014

Junior earns musical honors

Grace Sullivan

Marjorie Sheiman, junior, has been named to the All State and the All Northwest Choir. Along with 400 other talented...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Ethics Bowl team gears up for its first season

Alex Denman-Still

Whether or not it’s ethical to aid a country that harbors terrorists is just one of many ethical questions that will be...  Read More »

November 17, 2014

Bad weather closes schools; B day for Friday

All Portland public schools  and offices have been ordered closed Nov. 13 due what the district said is "worsening weather...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

College credits available for Outdoor School leaders

Students who were leaders at Outdoor School during the fall session have the opportunity to receive two college credits for...  Read More »

November 1, 2014

Policy debate teams dominate tournament

Alex Denman-Still

Eight policy debaters won the Oak Hills speech and debate tournament on Oct. 25, beating out seven other schools in the...  Read More »

October 31, 2014

Students get help with college plans

Jasmine Bellrose and Gaby Talbert

Preparation for college will highlight the first two weeks of November with a series of events aimed at juniors and seniors. College...  Read More »

October 30, 2014

Snowboard team joins with varsity football players for pumpkin patch fundraiser

Snowboard and football team members gather in preparation to scare visitors to the corn maze at Kruger Farm Oct. 26.

Snowboard team joins with varsity football players for pumpkin patch fundraiser

Kai Hellberg

Snowboard and football athletes dressed up as scary monsters to frighten people who navigated the Kruger Farm corn maze...  Read More »

October 30, 2014

‘Marshmallow’ psychologist set for visit

Michael Ioffe

Noted psychologist Dr. Walter Mischel will be visiting Lincoln to promote and discuss his new book, "The Marshmallow Test."...  Read More »

October 28, 2014

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SpeedGolf amateur world champion improves team season outlook

SpeedGolf amateur world champion improves team season outlook

Kai Hellberg

Junior Ben Stickney won the SpeedGolf amateur world championship on Oct. 26 after a successful and speedy round at Bandon Dunes golf resort. This is his second consecutive...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Rowers go for six hours to conquer cities during club fundraiser

Rowers go for six hours to conquer cities during club fundraiser

Sammy Gold

Rowers crammed into the Portland boathouse Oct. 15 for Rose City Rowing Club’s annual ergathon. The ergathon is a fundraiser that the club does every year to raise money and consists...  Read More »

November 17, 2014

Varsity boys’ soccer loses to West Linn in playoffs

Kai Hellberg

Varsity boys' soccer lost its second playoff game 3-1 at West Linn, ending the team's season. The Cardinals scored on a penalty to equalize the game 1-1 before halftime. Junior...  Read More »

November 7, 2014

Playoff Game 1 Preview: Varsity football vs. Clackamas

Kai Hellberg

UPDATE: The team lost to Clackamas 21-28, ending its season. The touchdowns were scored by seniors Will Hoge (2) and Sam Paris. "I don't think there was much discrepancy between...  Read More »

November 7, 2014

Varsity girls’ soccer advances to quarterfinals

Varsity girls’ soccer advances to quarterfinals

Kai Hellberg

UPDATE: The girls soccer team lost 4-3 to the Sunset Apollos in the quarterfinals of state playoffs Nov. 8. Seniors Morgan Matthews, Mareka Tsongas, and Maddie Ehl scored...  Read More »

November 5, 2014

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

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

Quinne Hauth

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....  Read More »

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A half-finished love affair

September 19, 2014

“Cloud Atlas” by David Mitchell is the type of book that someone carries around to look smarter. This is because the author — very deliberately—made the book almost impossible to truly comprehend. It is necessary...  Read More »

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

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

Sean Goodman

Gordon Ramsay brings something original and compelling to his hit show “Kitchen Nightmares.” It takes a real chef to be able up to work up enough energy about food to...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Netflix Pick of the Week: ‘Freaks and Geeks’

October 28, 2014

Dexter is the highest-rated Showtime program on IMDb with a 9/10.

Netflix Pick of the Week: ‘Dexter’ goes for blood

October 23, 2014

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Netflix Pick Of The Week: ‘That ’70s Show’

October 9, 2014

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