The Cardinal Times

Seniors shift on politics

Armand Yazdani

May 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Seniors

Political reversals are human nature. People join political parties one year and decide their values are unaligned a decade later. Others experience events which wholly alter their mindsets. Some politicians historically reversed their...

Understanding the 60 day rule

Angela Mashroutechi

May 11, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

Since April, posters have been up on the walls around school about the “60 day rule.”  The 60 day rule is also known as “the commencement disqualification rule: [it] requires that seniors be disqualified from participation in...

Clean Label Initiative aims to provide students with healthy food

Archie Barnes

May 9, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

Questions some students ask themselves about school lunch are where did this come from? What’s in it? For the past six years, PPS's Clean Label Initiative has been working to increase the quality of food in school lunches by...

Are locked doors over the top?

Evan Reynolds

May 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

Imagine being held up in line at Starbucks for a few minutes too long, running the risk of being late to class. Sprinting to the building and attempting to enter, a frightening discovery is made: the door is locked! Shock! Horr...

A dream college might mean nightmare debt

Ama Allen

May 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

Young inexperienced teens often feel pressure to attend expensive private universities. While some students may be accepted to a “dream college,” they may not know how they will finance it. Loans are often an option. ...

Lincoln students past and present

Samantha Howard

May 4, 2018

Filed under Alumni Corner, Features, Student Life

For some Lincoln students, their history is linked to the hallways they walk every day. Many generations have come and gone through Lincoln and some students have parents or other family members who attended the school.  L...

New Worlds Await Students

Madison Fassioto

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

High schoolers dream of studying in another country in order to immerse themselves in another culture, create relationships and to study the language. Andeo International Homestays program is quite popular among Lincoln student...

Volunteer Opportunities for Youth

Ainsley Vondeling

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features, Student Life

Students often feel lost when it comes to finding volunteer positions that allow them to make an impact. The Oregon Zoo, Solve Oregon and the Portland Children's Museum are a good fit for students interested in animals, the eart...

Drama department presents the New Works festival

Sagarika Ramachandran

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features

Tonight and on May 5 and 9-11, Lincoln’s drama department is holding the 14th annual New Works festival. The show, Eye to Eye, features six new works by six student writers. The festival is directed by Matthew Zrebski, a professional...