The Cardinal Times

  • Handicapped spots open to visitors without permit, not students with them
  • Debate takes fifth in state
  • Wake up, speak up, rise up
  • ‘Motivated to make change’: Students march for safe schools
  • Con team takes 3rd at Nationals
  • Handicapped spots open to visitors without permit, not students with them

    Handicapped spots open to visitors without permit, not students with them

    Sagarika Ramachandran

    May 4, 2018

    Limping on her crutches with a backpack weighing her down, the only thing Portia Wilder wanted to do was park her car and make it to class on time. Wilder, a senior, who has a handicap parking pass, tried to park in one of the handicap parking spots on Lincoln’s campus- behind the cafeteria or in the pit along 14th Ave. However, Wilder was di...

    A car without a permit sits parked in a handicap spot outside of the cafeteria. According to PPS district policy, all handicap spots on campus are designated for staff with handicap passes and visitors, not students with a disability.

    Jamie Bikales

  • Debate takes fifth in state

    Debate takes fifth in state

    Jamie Bikales

    May 4, 2018

    Members of Speech and Debate Team pose for a photo during the 2018 Oregon State Championships at Western Oregon University on April 21. The team took fifth at the competition.

    Top left to righwwt: Sophomore Tavie Kittridge, junior Madeline Gochee, freshman Leo and Soren Westrey. Bottom left to right: Senior Clara Schwab, junior Ashok Kaushik, senior Jay Sharabu, junior Joe Schlecter and senior Kate Weeks.

    Jenny Owen

  • Wake up, speak up, rise up

    Wake up, speak up, rise up

    Danny Manzano, Amy Band, Enrique Zegarra, and Maya Fiallos

    May 4, 2018

    Danny Manzano El viernes 13 de marzo, Lincoln tuvo el gran honor, (acompañado por el gran estrés) de hospedar la Vigésima Conferencia Estatal de MEChA. En estos 20 años, miles de mechistas han participado en esta conferencia, demostrando su apoyo, dedicación, y liderazgo para plasmar la cultura Latina. El 12 de abril, 400 estudiantes de todo ...

    (atrás, de izq. a der.): Aliyah Blank, Estefani Díaz-Espinosa, Isabella Rodríguez, Maya González, Hilar- io González, Profe Dipascuale, Directora Chapman, Superintendente Guerrero, Max Pineda, Jonathan García, Sr. Quintero, Enrique Zegarra | (adelante, de izq. a der.): Rosie Fiallo, Profe Todd, Maya Fiallos, Valeria Pozos, Marlon Pineda

    Photo Courtesy of Trevor Todd

  • ‘Motivated to make change’: Students march for safe schools

    ‘Motivated to make change’: Students march for safe schools

    Sage Taylor

    May 4, 2018

    SALEM – ‘National School Walkout Day.’ ‘A Day of Action.’ ‘Columbine Anniversary.’ April 20 has been dubbed countless names for the past several months but they all convey one message: change. Nineteen years ago, on April 20, two students entered Columbine High School in Colorado and killed 13 people and injured 21 others, ultimately com...

    Junior Caleb Kono holds a sign as he and other Lincoln students walk out of class on April 20, protesting for gun reform and student safety. The students marched to City Hall, and 20 students rode a bus to Salem to speak in front of Oregon legislators.

    Sydney Laxson

  • Con team takes 3rd at Nationals

    Con team takes 3rd at Nationals

    Kayla Rae and Alex Paskill

    April 30, 2018

    One month ago, Lincoln High School’s 2017-2018 Constitution Team was shocked to hear breaking information: the team had received a Wild Card, which was their gateway to compete in the national competition. On Monday, hard work paid off as Lincoln placed third at the National Competition in Washington, D.C., while Grant High School placed first....

    Lincoln's Con Team celebrates on stage after placing third at Nationals in Washington, D.C. on April 30.

    Center for Civic Education

Alum’s conduct may threaten honorary plaque

Jamie Bikales

The plaque in question is located in Lincoln’s athletic hall of fame, above the entrance to the gym. Tennis player Goutham Sundaram’s plaque may be removed after he gave a speech at the University of Portland that many found offensive.

PPS may be short on funds for school rebuilds

Jamie Bikales

A meeting of Lincoln's Long Term Development Committee in January 2017, which became the Design Advisory Group. DAG meetings are now postponed until PPS determines how to solve budget issues with the projects.

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