The Cardinal Times

Cane sales benefit homeless, new bathrooms

Allison Kurtz

December 15, 2014

Two candy cane-related fundraisers are underway through the end of the week. The Hope for Homeless Club will be selling them along with holiday grams and ornaments during lunch in the main hall. Candy canes are also being...

Holiday gift basket drive underway for families in need

Gaby Lemieux

December 11, 2014

Students have a chance to help families in need with the Hope for Hopeless Club’s holiday gift basket drive, which runs until Dec. 12. Donations will benefit local shelters such as Portland Homeless Family Solutions and...

New magazine seeks student submissions

Laurel McGrane and Allison Kurtz

December 6, 2014

"Beyond the Flock," is looking for students to submit their creative writing pieces and artwork. The magazine, which had its first issue published last spring, hopes to feature short stories, poems, paintings, and other art...

Times offers tips to get through the college app dilemma

Gabi Green

December 1, 2014

For some seniors, one of the most stressful times of their lives so far is upon them. With application week in the Counseling Center at a close, The Cardinal Times spoke with people who offer tips to those students struggling to work thro...

School chairs spur student action

Michael Ioffe and Haley Schulberg

November 24, 2014

Classroom chairs, in which students will spend over 1000 hours sitting over the course of the school year, have long been an object of complaint and annoyance. “The chairs have no cushioning whatsoever, and my back starts to...

Art work ready for holiday sale

Kelsey Dunn and Zoie Brauser

November 24, 2014

Ceramics students will be making and selling their pieces to raise money for the ceramics class. The pieces will be sold in front of the auditorium at lunch, FLEX, and after school during the three days before winter break . Students...

Junior earns musical honors

Grace Sullivan

November 20, 2014

Marjorie Sheiman, junior, has been named to the All State and the All Northwest Choir. Along with 400 other talented students, she was selected from a total of 5,200 applicants from six different states. “I was hoping for...

Ethics Bowl team gears up for its first season

Alex Denman-Still

November 17, 2014

Whether or not it’s ethical to aid a country that harbors terrorists is just one of many ethical questions that will be answered by the Ethics Bowl team, a nation-wide ethical discussion competition that made its way to Lincoln...

Bad weather closes schools; B day for Friday

November 13, 2014

All Portland public schools  and offices have been ordered closed Nov. 13 due what the district said is "worsening weather conditions." The district also canceled all after-school activities for Thursday. Although administrators...