The Cardinal Times

Students adjust to life in new country

Kyler Wang

March 11, 2019

Filed under Features, Student Life

Moving to a new country as a teen might normally be a stressful experience, but for freshman Benson Lyu and other students from China, moving to Portland has felt like a sigh of relief.   Adjusting to a new social climate, speaking ...

Clubs help celebrate Asian culture

Wren Stuart and Ana Narayan

March 11, 2019

Filed under Features, Student Life

The Asian Culture Alliance (ACA) is one of two clubs at Lincoln that focus on breaking the detrimental stereotypes of Asians and what it means to be Asian in a primarily white community. The Asian Student Union (ASU) strives to ...

Lack of snow in Portland causes disappointment, relief

Daniel Lewinsohn

March 11, 2019

Filed under Features

Through early to mid-February, over 20 inches of snow fell in Seattle, the Gorge was hammered with snow and the Willamette Week predicted one of the biggest snowstorms of the century in Portland. However, the Portland Area rece...

Lincoln alum completes “impossible first”

Rose Marie Crawford

February 1, 2019

Filed under Alumni Corner, Features, Student Life

Colin O’Brady graduated Lincoln High School in 2002. In 2018, he became the first person ever to traverse Antarctica alone. He completed the journey two days after Christmas, having walked the last 77.54 miles in one, 32-hou...

Cards [email protected]@Portland

Luke Gladen-Kolarsky

November 30, 2018

Filed under Features

Gender roles in politics, homelessness in Portland and American Sign Language at home; Lincoln students took the stage at [email protected] to speak on issues and passions important to them. On Saturday, November 17, this year’s TEDx...