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The new hip at Lincoln: Portland Gear

Scotty Martin

October 5, 2016

Filed under Features

A new idea and a couple clicks has just recently boomed through Portland. Taking the confidence from an Instagram page with over 241 thousand followers, Marcus Harvey gathered the energy of the thriving city and created a new...

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

Yosie Caputi

September 18, 2016

Filed under Features

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 found herself in an unusual situation.  Having arr...

Senior cooks up cool summer job

Sammy Gold

September 1, 2016

Filed under Features

When most think of a summer job for teens, bagging groceries and scooping ice cream usually come to mind, not working as an assistant chef at a restaurant in New Orleans recognized by the Times Picayune newspaper. Senior ...

Senior’s poetry defines high school career

Gabi Green

June 1, 2016

Filed under Art, Features

At the Pacific Northwest College of Art, a pair of antlers hang on the gallery wall. Wisps of cotton and fabric dangle off the antlers with dried flowers glued on and around the piece. The effect is ethereal and emotional but n...

Multitalented in many mediums

Ty Yamamoto

June 1, 2016

Filed under Art, Features

Trying to sum up Laine Bolte’s art in a single sentence is impossible. She has art ranging from graphic design to clothing design. At the spring IB art show, most participating students focused on one medium, but Bolte displa...

Science teacher retiring after 32 years

Ty Yamamoto

June 1, 2016

Filed under Features

“I’ve had nightmares where I work at another high school in Portland thinking it would work out and it’s just a horrendous experience,” says Stephen Runion, who’s taught at Lincoln for 32 years. He retires next week....