The Cardinal Times

Student accounts are spying on you

Mei Xu

January 17, 2020

Senior Jacob Dirkx covers his laptop camera with a piece of tape. He doesn’t want anyone to access his camera when it is not on. He is concerned about his privacy— especially when he logs into his student account.  Behin...

Wellness fair encourages student mental health awareness

Ana Narayan

December 6, 2019

Megan Blunk is a disabled athlete who was injured in a motorcycle accident. Blunk, a once-future Olympian in basketball, had her goal put to a quick end. Despite all this, she kept fighting. Hoda Aboueich was sexually assaulted by a fa...

Lack of security resources hinders school safety

Evan Reynolds

December 4, 2019

For junior and actor Aidan Kent, October 30 seemed to be a typical Wednesday night rehearsal– up until around 6 pm. He and the cast of Humanicana, one of the student-written plays that premiered at Lincoln’s 16th Annual New Works Fes...

2020 Democratic Presidential Canidates

Devyn McMillen and Calder Moon

October 31, 2019

Below are the 12 democratic presidential candidates running as of October 31, 2019. Since then, Beto O'Rourke has dropped out of the race. Republican, green party and independent candidates will soon be updated. Joe Biden Age: 76  ...

Students and Teachers Express Opinions About Impeachment Inquiry

Katlyn Kenny

October 31, 2019

On September 24th, 2019, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, initiated an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. Pelosi initiated the inquiry after allegations that President Trump was abusing...

Reduction of FLEX periods worries students

Kiley Hearst

September 26, 2019

The new school year has brought new changes to Lincoln and its schedule. Many of these changes occurred without the administration informing students. Students and teachers have been left to learn about these changes by word of ...