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The Lincoln legacy

The Lincoln legacy

April 29, 2019

Students face difficulty transferring to Lincoln

Areonia Steward

April 10, 2019

Transferring mid year as a high school student can be one the most difficult things a student can go through. For three months after Kylie Hearst  transferred to Lincoln she was sure that her classmates still didn´t know who she was ...

LGBTQ+ community should be more supported by schools, students say

Sarah Happel

April 1, 2019

Saxon Mullaney, an openly lesbian freshman, thinks that Lincoln can do more to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) students. LGBTQ+ rights have moved bothforward and backward with the legalization of ga...

Young artists receive Scholastic Art Awards

Evan Reynolds

April 1, 2019

Three Lincoln students won Silver Medal Awards from the National Scholastic Art & Writing Contest while an additional nine qualified at one of the nation’s most prominent competitions for young writers and artists. Senior...

Lincoln singer receives solo accolades

Luke Galden-Kolarsky

April 1, 2019

A longtime participant in Lincoln’s choir program, junior Ben Hanf, won his first solo award at the Oregon Music Education Association’s district contest on March 2, qualifying him as Lincoln’s sole representative to the stat...

LHS students adapt to new cultures

Sydney Ward, Mable Crawford, Amelia Thorpe, and Claire Yoo

April 1, 2019

Netherlands, Germany, China, Iran, Australia, Finland, Brazil, Indonesia and Guatemala; these are just some of many countries that Lincoln students have immigrated from. While some students have become friends with and share c...

Students work part-time jobs

Bella Stutz-Lazzara

March 19, 2019

Sydney Ward and Gustav Baur, sophomore and senior, are only a few of the many hardworking students at Lincoln who have after-school jobs. Students, when asked why they have a job, gave many different answers. Some said for ...

Students sell sneakers

Students sell sneakers

March 19, 2019

Lockouts leave students confused

Anna Loy

March 11, 2019

A lockout on Jan 24 left some Lincoln students feeling disgruntled and confused. According to the city of Portland Police Bureau, there was an active shooter downtown, around 3 p.m. This seems to have been the cause for the loc...