• How do you like them apples? Preferably free of foodborne pathogens

    How do you like them apples? Preferably free of foodborne pathogens

    Annaliese Dunn

    January 31, 2016

    Siddharth Suri stands beside his locker and crunches into a sliced apple he brought from home. The junior’s mother bought the apple at Trader Joe’s. It looks fresh, crisp and nutritious – and it shouldn’t make him sick, assuming the correct steps were taken from the tree to the lunchbox. “I eat apples every day,” says Suri. The Ce... READ MORE »»

  • My plate, USDA style

    My plate, USDA style

    Sarah Kline

    January 8, 2016

    Thanks to a changing understanding of the relationship between nutrition and cognition, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture standards, school lunches are getting healthier. Since 1917 the USDA has adjusted its dietary guidelines every few years. The latest: My Plate, adopted in 2011. It replaced the food pyramid, used for 30 years, though it ha... READ MORE »»

    By adopting the USDA's recommended food portion guide, schools around the country could introduce healthier cafeteria food options to students.

  • Food cart offers international spice

    Food cart offers international spice

    Ethan Jones

    January 8, 2016

    Just blocks from Lincoln, the heart of a revolution can be found. About 40 cooks in food carts circle the block at Southwest 10th Avenue and Alder Street, offering a range of diverse cultural cuisine, from Thai curry to Southern comfort food. Most regions of the globe are served on a plate here. Chances are, if you’re a student at Lincoln, you... READ MORE »»

    Junior Jake Poole buys his lunch at a Mexican food cart downtown near Lincoln.

  • Students call for smarter sex-ed

    Students call for smarter sex-ed

    Ty Yamamoto

    December 17, 2015

    Everyone has experienced that same dreaded day in middle school: the day when you learn about sex. Except that’s not exactly the case. For the majority of American middle school students, sex ed involves a single class period where the teacher awkwardly talks about birth control and human anatomy without ever explaining sex. “The teacher didn’t... READ MORE »»

    Teacher Timm Goldhammer passes out papers to his eight period health students.

    Ty Yamamoto

  • Portland events to see this winter break

    Portland events to see this winter break

    December 17, 2015

    ZooLights, zoobright Every December, the Oregon Zoo transforms into a spectacular exhibition of animal-centric light displays known as ZooLights. Attendees can also enjoy nightly performances from local bands, snacks from food carts and the popular winter-themed train ride. ZooLights continue until Jan. 3, except for Dec. 24- 25. The show runs 5-9 ... READ MORE »»

    Top Left: The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards, is coming back to Portland for the musical's third tour around the country. Top Right: Twist Your Dickens has been one of Portland Center Stage's best selling plays and is sure to please audiences once again. Bottom Left: The Oregon Zoo has added more exciting displays to its annual tradition, the Zoo Lights. Bottom Right: The Cleveland Cavaliers are huge rivals of the Blazers and as the middle of the season begins, there is sure to be plenty of excitement at the game.

News

The breakfast club

Zoe Bonnichsen

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, experts – and parents – tell us every morning as we rush out the door. But most students struggle to juggle hectic class schedules, exams, sports and ex...  Read More »

January 8, 2016

Vending machines gone for good

Vending machines gone for good

Walter Williamson

It’s passing time at Lincoln High and in the cafeteria, students stream in and out of their classes.   The constant flow makes it hard to focus on anything beside running into people. If a student ...  Read More »

January 8, 2016

Lincoln ‘mathletes’ compete at MIT

Jamie Bikales

Sophomore Anders Olsen always found that math “comes naturally” to him. As a child, he did math workbooks for fun. He and five other Lincoln students competed alongside the world’s best young mat...  Read More »

December 17, 2015

The Shorties #1

Top: Actress Holly Woodlawn dies on Dec. 6, 2015, aged 69. Bottom left: Kylie Jenner gets called out on Tumblr for a controversial wheelchair photoshoot. Bottom center: Leonardo Dicaprio's new film "The Revenant" has spawned several odd rumors. Bottom Right: A man in Ohio is paying $500 in fines a day to defend his right to display an enormous zombie version of the birth of Christ right in his front yard.

The Shorties #1

Gabi Green

Welcome to our new series called "The Shorties," where we review the past week in pop culture events. In possibly one of the least surprising moves ever, Kim Kardashian-West and Kanye West have named their...  Read More »

December 7, 2015

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Sports

Student athlete earns top award

Jamie Bikales

Senior and varsity boys' soccer defender Joey Resnick was named one of the state’s top fall athletes of 2015 by the Oregonian/OregonLive, one of only six student-athlete...  Read More »

January 31, 2016

A fall season for the ages

Sammy Gold

The 2015 fall sports season saw the most participants in school history with over 500 eager athletes. Lincoln athletes broke records, achieved the highest combined GPA in sch...  Read More »

December 17, 2015

A look at the upcoming winter season

Junior Jonah Pemberton drives in towards the basket in a game against Jefferson.

A look at the upcoming winter season

Kai Hellberg

Boys basketball Boys’ basketball saw ups and downs last season. The team had several big wins but, in contrast, crushing losses. No losses, however, had as much impact...  Read More »

December 17, 2015

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Christmas/Winter break: Does the name matter?

Armand Yazdani and Kate Fin

Yes: Winter break is a time to relax and Christmas has evolved By Armand Yazdani Winter break is a time to unwind after numerous tests and daily, intense homework. It...  Read More »

December 17, 2015 • 0 comments

Report Card: Dec. 14

Armand Yazdani

Earthquake, fire, and lockdown drill: C Monthly safety drills help us be prepared for the worst,  but the administration implemented November’s drills sloppily. On ...  Read More »

December 17, 2015 • 0 comments

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, February 2

    Varsity Boys Basketball

    Lincoln 57 - Cleveland 68

  • Saturday, November 14

    Varsity Boys Soccer

    Lincoln 2 - West Salem 0

  • Friday, November 13

    Varsity Foootball

    Lincoln 42 - Grants Pass 14

  • Tuesday, November 10

    Varsity Boys Soccer

    Lincoln 2 - McMinnville 1

  • Friday, November 6

    Varsity Football

    Lincoln 28 - Newberg 0

  • Thursday, October 1

    Varsity Volleyball

    Lincoln 1 - Wilson 3

  • Thursday, October 1

    Varsity Boys' Soccer

    Lincoln 2 - Cleveland 1

  • Thursday, October 1

    Varsity Girls' Soccer

    Lincoln 2 - Cleveland 3

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“Secret in Their Eyes”: Not your average murder mystery

“Secret in Their Eyes”: Not your average murder mystery

Ethan Jones

In “Secret in Their Eyes”, Julia Roberts plays Jess, a police investigator who discovers an unidentified female found dead in a parking garage, is her own 18-year-old daughter. Her close colleague and friend Ray, played by Chiwe...  Read More »

December 17, 2015 • 0 comments

‘Creed’: Living up to the legacy

‘Creed’: Living up to the legacy

Sydney Laxson

Rave reviews for “Creed” call it the best ‘Rocky’ movie since the original.” Completely agree. I  was skeptical because,I believed that no movie could come close the original “Rocky.”I was wrong. After seeing the mov...  Read More »

December 13, 2015 • 0 comments

‘American Sniper’ shoots itself in the foot

‘American Sniper’ shoots itself in the foot

Kate Fin

"American Sniper" has grossed over $300 million domestically, and yet won only a single Oscarlast month - for sound editing. While some protest the less-than-stellar performance of the film at the event, the reasons for its loss of ...  Read More »

March 2, 2015 • 0 comments

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Television Reviews

Netflix Pick of the Week: Bojack Horseman seeks fame (postmortem)

Netflix Pick of the Week: Bojack Horseman seeks fame (postmortem)

Kai Hellberg

"BoJack Horseman" appeared to be just another cheesy animated show. I saw its...  Read More »

October 2, 2015 • 0 comments

Netflix Pick of the Week: “Wilfred: Speak!”

Netflix Pick of the Week: “Wilfred: Speak!”

Kai Hellberg

Who would have thought that the actor who played Froto Baggins in the Lord of...  Read More »

February 13, 2015 • 0 comments

Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘Gilmore Girls’

Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘Gilmore Girls’

Sean Goodman

The drama classic TV show “Gilmore Girls” is both relatable and compelling...  Read More »

January 12, 2015 • 0 comments

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