The Cardinal Times

English department conflicted about English “detracking”

Michelle Yamamoto

Polls taken from sophomore English students show that over half of sophomores enrolled in on-level English (left) would not support the English classes being detracked, while over 75% of students in accelerated English (right) believe the same. Data collected by Jordan Gutlerner.

Cardinal Times Impeachment Update

Tia Dufour, Official White House Photo

Photo of President Trump at a press conference is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Substance abuse groups promote mental health and physical health

Gracie Pixton

The two leaders of the LINC club are Judy Marantz-Herzburg and Brandy Takas. Members of LINC aren't allowed to be pictured.

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Breaking Impeachment News

Calder Moon

News Analysis: Impeachment inquiry update By Calder Moon Editor’s note: Katlyn Kenney wrote about the impeachment inquiry in Vol. 123, Issue 2 of the Cardinal Times. And...

November 19, 2019 0 comments

Katlyn Kenny

On September 24th, 2019, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, initiated an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Pelosi initiated the inquiry...

October 31, 2019 0 comments

Two Cents on Current Events: Impeachment

October 21, 2019

The epic chip showdown

By Gabe Rosenfield and Anselmo Iturri

Gabe Rosenfield and Anselmo Iturri ate an assortment of potato chips and determined that Takis and Flaming Hot Cheetos meet their requirements to the highest standard.

Lack of diversity: a long lasting issue at PPS and Lincoln

Graphic by Holden Kilbane

Data collected from the PPS Enrollment Profile over the past ten years.

By Devyn McMillen

A decorated recycling bin is located inside senior hall. Many of these bins are spread out across the school to promote sustainability.

Hoopfest fight raises concerns over regulations

By Mackenzie Carnes

Senior Jake Berry MCs a Hoopfest game while a crowd watches from the bleachers. On Dec. 16, the Redeem Team and No Name team got into a fight, making spectators question whether stricter regulations should be set at Hoopfest.

Does tardiness really matter?

Does tardiness really matter?

January 17, 2020

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Opinion: Spirit Week reveals flaws

Lincoln Leadership

A graphic of the Spirit Week days, courtesy of the Trivory app.

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2020 National Merit semifinalists

LEFT TO RIGHT: Mia Kittredge, Calla Rhodes, Nathan Brunk, Natalie Wang, Dana Smiley, Abani Neferkara, Alex Karnstein, Robert Menezes, Jonathan Zhao, Jesper White and Jake Berry. Not pictured: Evan Reynolds and Nathaniel Eddleman-Hunley