The Cardinal Times

Math department has problems, students say

Sammy Gold

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The Lincoln Math department has seen many changes over the course of the 2016-17 school year. With new teachers and new class structures, students are complaining about a general lack of cohesion and organization from the depar...

Cardinal Mentors proving lackluster

Sammy Gold

November 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The Cardinal Mentor program has been long accepted as one of Lincoln’s main ways to integrate incoming students into the community. The program was designed to pair upperclassmen with lowerclassmen to help them adjust to their ne...

Diversifying literature

Diversifying literature

November 18, 2016

ARDY (Resident Detective): Local elections

Ryan Richter

November 18, 2016

Filed under ARDY: Resident Detective, Opinion

Note from the Author/Origin Story: Students at Lincoln are hungry for change. In September, they didn’t just sit in at a PPS board meeting, they stood up, and they walked out. The school-wide walkout was epic, and it showed the pa...

Opinion: That’s the spirit!

Armand Yazdani

October 17, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Spirit week is widely celebrated in many high schools across the nation. Students and teachers wear themed outfits on each day of that week. Lincoln’s week began with Denim Day. Everyone was to don as much denim as possib...

Opinion: What to do with Lincoln

Armand Yazdani

October 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Plans to rebuild Lincoln have grown increasingly appealing to both students and voters. However, the bond they are a part of has been postponed to May. Many feel the bond won’t even get passed, as they gather that the May bal...

Opinion: Compromises to the chair issue

Sammy Gold

October 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion

One possible solution to the problem would be a lunch fire drill plan that involves the chairs. Every student with a chair would have to fold theirs and put it against the side walls of the hall to clear a path in the event of...