The Cardinal Times

Connected by food

Alec Van Oossanen

January 8, 2016

For many, food is the rushed breakfast between waking up and walking to school. It’s the greasy pizza we eat for lunch. It's the meal we make ourselves for dinner.  But food can mean a lot more. It can be an opportunity to pre...

Brain food for thought

Sam Martin

January 8, 2016

Colleges are more competitive every day and foods are getting junkier. At first glance there’s no connection. But what if eating habits affect grades and college acceptance? To find out, The Cardinal Times talked to an expert. L...

My plate, USDA style

My plate, USDA style

January 8, 2016

A singer who found herself

Armand Yazdani

December 17, 2015

It’s almost like music found her. Marjorie Shieman smiles as she recalls her path from a freshman at Lincoln, planning to be a pediatrician to soloist for the school choir, aiming for a career as an opera singer. Initial...

Students work to eliminate period stigma

Kate Fin

December 17, 2015

Abby Dalke and Haley Schulberg are confronting a problem that nobody likes to talk about, but that impacts perhaps tens of thousands of girls. The two juniors are co-presidents of Project Dot, a Lincoln club that aims to raise mo...

A dog’s life

A dog’s life

December 17, 2015

The man behind the mast

Daniel Lewinsohn

November 17, 2015

Every morning at dawn, John Bryant raises the U.S. flag at Lincoln High School. This methodical task must be done day in, day out, everyday of the the year, no matter the weather or holiday. Bryant takes on this task with pride. He wal...