The Cardinal Times

  • Lincoln legend says goodbye
  • Soaring above the nest: seniors’ plans for next year
  • Graduation Trivia
  • Seniors depart Cardinal Times staff
  • Gallery: Dancing into the night
  • Lincoln legend says goodbye

    Lincoln legend says goodbye

    Ben Pahl

    May 30, 2018

    After 50 years of service to Lincoln, David Bailey has made it official that he will be retiring after this school year. It is not an overstatement to say that he has become an icon over the course of numerous generations. In fact, one of the most popular questions Lincoln alumni ask is, is Mr. Bailey still around? Although it’s not easy fo...

    Bailey teaches freshman social studies in 1969, soon after he joined the Lincoln staff.

    Photos from Lincoln yearbooks collected by Sydney Laxson

  • Soaring above the nest: seniors’ plans for next year

    Soaring above the nest: seniors’ plans for next year

    Jamie Bikales and Kayla Rae

    May 30, 2018

    Individuals who failed to report their plans were pursued to the best of our abilities, but we apologize to those we were unable to reach. U.S. outline courtesy worldatlas.com...

    Drone photo by Daniel Lewinsohn

  • Graduation Trivia

    Graduation Trivia

    Cardinal Times staff

    May 30, 2018

    Savannah Bowerfind says, “one time I high-fived a shark." Landon Jantz says he “knows 5 languages, including sign language.” Lea Kapur drinks three chocolate milks a day. Lia Voigt finished her U.S. history course in four days online. When Will Duffy was younger, he wanted to be a priest. Maddy Kennedy was born on leap day, Febr...

    Senior Gabe Litchfield accidently pulled the fire alarm in 5th grade by leaning on it while standing in the lunch line.

    Jamie Bikales

  • Seniors depart Cardinal Times staff

    Seniors depart Cardinal Times staff

    Sagarika Ramachandran

    May 30, 2018

    The Cardinal Times Staff says goodbye to its three seniors, Jamie Bikales, Ben Pahl, and Armand Yazdani. Bikales is going to Harvard University in the fall, Pahl is headed to Oregon State University, and Yazdani is on his way to the University of Oregon. We wish them the best in their future endeavors and their contributions to the paper will...

    Seniors Ben Pahl (right), Jamie Bikales (center) and Armand Yazdani (left) say goodbye to the Cardinal Times as they all head off to college in the fall.

    Sydney Laxson

  • Gallery: Dancing into the night

    Gallery: Dancing into the night

    Luke Geist

    May 27, 2018

    Lincoln High School Prom May 12, 2018

Alumni select award winners

Elaine Yang, Hathaway-Dickey Math Scholarship, $600

Looking into the lives of 4.0 seniors

Faith Pauken

Posing on the patio, the valedictorians for the Class of 2018 are: back row, from left, Natalie Swope, Jack Wright, Grace Hardy, Tessa Cannon, Kate Weeks, Clara Schwab, Emilie Kono, Ethan Salinsky; front row, from left, Claire Winthrop, Allie Eroh, Kattie Abrams, Piper Kizziar, and Kaela Lee. Not pictured are Libby Lazzara, Ella Berry, and Anna Beller.

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

Jamie Bikales

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.

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Senior despedida

May 30, 2018

Alumni select award winners

Alumni select award winners

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