The Cardinal Times

2020 Democratic Presidential Canidates

Devyn McMillen and Calder Moon

October 31, 2019

Below are the 12 democratic presidential candidates running as of October 31, 2019. Since then, Beto O'Rourke has dropped out of the race. Republican, green party and independent candidates will soon be updated. Joe Biden Age: 76  ...

Why do Lincoln clubs die out?

Jaden Schiffhauer

October 31, 2019

Students at Lincoln are interested in a wide variety of subjects. As a result of these passions, school years often begin with a great number of new clubs whose creators are eager to lead. However, not all of these clubs continue...

Student speaks out about school accessibility issues

Mythili Ramenini

October 31, 2019

The 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines the term “disability” as someone who experiences a physical or mental condition limiting their ability to perform a major activity. When someone is discriminated agains...

Lincoln Advocates for Mental Health at First Wellness Fair

Grace Pixton and Annika Wang

October 31, 2019

Mental health has become a great concern at Lincoln. Regardless of students’ grades, classes, or workload, some are in need of mental health support due to dealing with mental health-related issues such as depression and anxiety....

This year’s drama shows

This year’s drama shows

September 30, 2019

Letter from Editor

Evan Reynolds

September 30, 2019

Hello and welcome to this year’s first issue of The Cardinal Times.   In an age where journalists and their craft are routinely attacked and exploited for political benefit, there are a number of questions that emerge. ...

Reduction of FLEX periods worries students

Kiley Hearst

September 26, 2019

The new school year has brought new changes to Lincoln and its schedule. Many of these changes occurred without the administration informing students. Students and teachers have been left to learn about these changes by word of ...