The Cardinal Times

College credits available for Outdoor School leaders

November 1, 2014

Students who were leaders at Outdoor School during the fall session have the opportunity to receive two college credits for their efforts. According to Kitty Broyer, an Outdoor School official, Portland Community College offers...

Policy debate teams dominate tournament

Alex Denman-Still

October 31, 2014

Eight policy debaters won the Oak Hills speech and debate tournament on Oct. 25, beating out seven other schools in the competition. Junior Miles Stepleton and senior Lukas Schwab won the varsity debate category, and freshmen...

Students get help with college plans

Jasmine Bellrose and Gaby Talbert

October 30, 2014

Preparation for college will highlight the first two weeks of November with a series of events aimed at juniors and seniors. College Application Week begins Nov. 1 and runs through the week with volunteers giving students...

‘Marshmallow’ psychologist set for visit

Michael Ioffe

October 28, 2014

Noted psychologist Dr. Walter Mischel will be visiting Lincoln to promote and discuss his new book, "The Marshmallow Test."  organized by the Arbor School, The event, called “Beyond Marshmallows,” will take place in the auditorium...

FLEX not so flexible

Gaby Lemieux

October 27, 2014

The FLEX period normally available to students on Thursdays from 9:42 to 10:24 a.m. will not be accessible this week, continuing a no-FLEX trend visible in the past two weeks. FLEX the week of Oct.13-Oct.17 was delayed by an earthquake...

Bond measure would rebuild Lincoln

Jamie Bikales

October 21, 2014

Lincoln is slated to be completely rebuilt as part of a proposed 2016 bond measure. The PPS Bond Development Committee named Lincoln as one of three Portland high schools most in need of improvement.  “Lincoln High School...

Students get Halloween surprise with four-day weekend

Alison Kurtz

October 21, 2014

Halloween, Oct. 31, will now be a part of a four-day weekend for students due to schedule changes that moved parent-teacher conferences to earlier in the year. Previously the conferences were held the two days before Thanksgiving,...

College activities set for juniors, seniors

Armand Yazdani and Bella McKee

October 21, 2014

Two events aimed at preparing students for college have been scheduled for the first two weeks in November. From Nov. 3-7, Lincoln will be hosting College Application Week, which is designed for seniors. Volunteers will be...

Homecoming takes on Halloween theme

Michael Ioffe and Gaby Talbert

October 21, 2014

The annual homecoming dance, sponsored by the Senior Class, will be Oct. 24, 8-11 p.m. in the gym. The event directly follows the football game with Jefferson at 6 p.m. on Mike Walsh Field. Although the dance has previously...

Vivace a cappella group begins rehearsals

Alex Denman-Still

October 19, 2014

The student-run a cappella group known as Vivace is beginning to rehearse for the season. Vivace has a long tradition of performing at Popcylces, Lincoln’s annual variety show, which was presented Oct. 18. The group also...

Web Coding Club challenges student skills

Jamie Bikales

October 19, 2014

One of Lincoln’s newest clubs offers students an opportunity to learn computer programming.   The Web Coding club is open to students of all grade levels and experience levels and draws from a successful year last year at...