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  • Summer is here! CT will be back in August
  • Senior publishes book, available on bookstore websites
  • Bond to rebuild LHS passes: what’s next?
  • Mental health fundraising off to a running start with 5k
  • Review: Carina Lounge brings new flavors to N.W.
  • Summer is here! CT will be back in August

    Summer is here! CT will be back in August

    Staff

    June 15, 2017

    That’s a wrap for the 2016-17 school year. We may post periodically if there’s Lincoln news over the summer, but we won’t be back for real until late August. See you then!

    CT staff celebrates summer.

  • Senior publishes book, available on bookstore websites

    Senior publishes book, available on bookstore websites

    Jamie Bikales

    June 14, 2017

    Lincoln senior Sheila Panyam has published a fantasy novel, called The Torch in the Shadows. Shown here with librarian Stephanie Thomas, Panyam's book is on the websites of Powell's and Barnes and Noble, as well as on Amazon. "It's a story about perseverance, heroism, and courage that examines what it means to truly know who you are," Panyam told ...

    Sheila Panyam (left) recently published a novel.

  • Bond to rebuild LHS passes: what’s next?

    Bond to rebuild LHS passes: what’s next?

    Jamie Bikales

    June 8, 2017

    A little girl among the group of volunteers and staff gathered at campaign headquarters on election night summed up with one word the feelings in the room and for students, teachers and administrators across the district: “Yay!” she yelled. Portland Public Schools’ $790 million school modernization bond, the most expensive in the history o...

    The Master Planning Committee’s proposal for the new Lincoln includes a 10-story building of classrooms and a detached athletics and performing arts facility, all built where the track currently sits.

    Bora Architects, courtesy Lincoln Master Planning Committee

  • Mental health fundraising off to a running start with 5k

    Mental health fundraising off to a running start with 5k

    Gretchen Rudolph

    June 8, 2017

    Lincoln High School held its first ever 5-kilometer race titled “Five 2 Thrive,” raising money and awareness for mental health on May 21. There were 40 participants in the race, 50 volunteers, and over 100 people present with spectators. With the help of Church of the City, the event raised over $2,000, which will go towards the mental health ...

    Runners celebrate after completing the rst annual “Five 2 Thrive” at Lincoln on May 21. The event raised more than $2,000 for the mental health program at Lincoln.

    Anthea Fraser

  • Review: Carina Lounge brings new flavors to N.W.

    Review: Carina Lounge brings new flavors to N.W.

    Sara Blodgett

    June 8, 2017

    Carina Lounge opened its first location in the old Basta's Trattoria building on the corner of Northwest 21st and Flanders on March 25. The restaurant has ample seating for small- to medium-sized groups, a spacious parking lot, and the staff serve with positive attitudes. The lounge is open all days for dinner and drinks from 4:30 p.m. until midnight. Th...

    Carina Lounge is a new restaurant located at 410 N.W. 21st Ave.

    Jamie Bikales

News

Whooping cough outbreak continues to spread

Chase Turner

The nurse’s office at Lincoln, pictured in March 2017.

Whooping cough outbreak continues to spread

Jamie Bikales

The outbreak of whooping cough first reported at Lincoln in April has now spread to 18 suspected cases, according to KGW. Nurse Mary Johnson sent an...

June 9, 2017

LHS racial education serves as model for city

Zoë Bonnichsen

Junior Pirrie Wright participates in one of the breakout sessions at the Critical Race Studies Exhibition Night.

LHS racial education serves as model for city

Michaela Yuthas

Lincoln High School has recently started a class called Critical Race Studies to educate young students about racial disparities in this country along with the ...

June 8, 2017

Lack of drivers leaves PIL athletes stranded

Daniel Nash

The JV baseball team waits for a bus outside Lincoln last month. Members of that team say they have been stuck for hours waiting on buses to pick them up after games.

Lack of drivers leaves PIL athletes stranded

Daniel Nash

The Lincoln JV baseball team had just lost to Reynolds High School and was headed to the parking lot to board the bus back to Lincoln. However, when they ...

June 8, 2017

SuperSAC will be student link to PPS board

SuperSAC will be student link to PPS board

June 8, 2017

Future class leaders share plans

Future class leaders share plans

June 8, 2017

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Choosing college: a difficult decision

Choosing college: a difficult decision

Wyatt Lincoln

Throughout the education of many adolescents, there is a common theme: a choice that must be made; to decide where to receive their education after high school. It’s a hug...

June 8, 2017No Comments

Con team ‘worth the sacrifices’

Con team ‘worth the sacrifices’

June 8, 2017

Kicker hopes for college recruitment

Kicker hopes for college recruitment

June 8, 2017

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, February 7

    Girls' basketball

    Lincoln 73 - Roosevelt 38

  • Tuesday, February 7

    Boys' basketball

    Lincoln 57 - Roosevelt 47

  • Saturday, February 4

    Boys' basketball

    Lincoln 38 - Jefferson 64

  • Saturday, February 4

    Girls' basketball

    Lincoln 51 - Jefferson 24

  • Friday, February 3

    Girls' basketball

    Lincoln 45 - Madison 22

  • Friday, February 3

    Girls' basketball

    Lincoln 56 - Madison 53

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What I learned at summer camp: The importance of a diverse group of friends

What I learned at summer camp: The importance of a diverse group of friends

Jamie Bikales

This was no normal summer camp. The Al Neuharth Free Spirit Conference at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. this June offered me an incredible look at journalism. We examined the past, present and future of the prof...

August 21, 2017No Comments

Opinion: PPS endangers own bond by suing reporter

Opinion: PPS endangers own bond by suing reporter

Jamie Bikales

Portland Public Schools is currently running a bond campaign with accountability and transparency as its main pillars. It is asking voters to trust th...

April 27, 20172 Comments

Con team coaches debate article

Lincoln Constitution Coaches

In response to “Con team switch-off raises questions,” February 24, 2017. To the editor: As the team of volunteer coaches for the Lincoln C...

March 24, 2017No Comments

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De ambiente bilingüe

Simone Peters

Mariana Giraldo originalmente viene de la Florida y tiene raíces familiares en Colombia. Asistirá a la Universidad de Stanford en el otoño, con un enfoque en estudios ambi...

May 30, 2017No Comments

¡Qué viva mayo!

April 27, 2017

Rentas crecientes en la ciudad congelada

Rentas crecientes en la ciudad congelada

March 24, 2017

¿Fútbol… football?

February 23, 2017

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