The Cardinal Times

Profile: Oliver Stone

December 11, 2019

By: Kevin Gochee Oliver Stone catches the attention of others with his Australian accent and love for Vegemite. He moved to America in the summer of 2013, and relies on his parents’ work visa. Stone has made a home in the community of Lincoln, but his visa does not gua...

Profile: Kinsey Martindale

December 11, 2019

  By: Kate Franzen Senior Kinsey Martindale had no idea what was awaiting her that first day at school. But four years later, she is grateful for the experience and opportunities she has gotten from being a part of the Lincoln community. Martindale plans to attend college. “I’m not sure where, ideally somew...

Profile: Lenna Espinoza

December 11, 2019

By Elle Knofczynski When you see senior Lenna Espinoza in the halls, you see a bubbly personality, a loud laugh, and a smile spread across her face. She looks like she embodies what it means to be carefree. But assumptions aren’t always reality. Espinoza is attempting to discover how to best support herself and her own wellbeing through refle...

Profile: Erin Dornan

December 11, 2019

  By Hanna Grewe If there is one thing all high schoolers can relate to, it's the stress, sleep deprivation, and overwhelming schedules that high school brings to the table. Luckily, with Lincoln’s efforts to in...

Profile: Ellie Virlouvet

December 11, 2019

By Anabella Wilkinson Ms. Virlouvet  was always intrigued by being a teacher, even at a very young age. When she was older she moved to France where she did her undergraduate degree. After that she did a teaching assistant program and taught in an elementary school. She says she hated it, probably becau...

Profile: Trevor Todd

December 11, 2019

            By Tabitha Lee   How did a Spanish teacher who now has 21 years of bilingual teaching experience fall into a job he neither wanted nor expected? Though Profe Todd was born and raised in Alaska, he moved to Colombia as a young man to go to university. Todd said at t...

Ecuador to Portland: Tello travels to teach teenagers

Sydney Ward

September 18, 2019

This year marks the beginning of Gabriela Tello’s journey at Lincoln, who after teaching Spanish and English to students around the world, has chosen Portland as her new home.  After growing up in Ecuador, attending a few...

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...