The Cardinal Times

This year’s drama shows

This year’s drama shows

September 30, 2019

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 ...

How to thrive in the flock

Calder Moon and Gabe Rosenfield

September 18, 2019

Freshman year– a time full of new experiences, new friends, school dances and big changes. It is an awkward time full of weird conversations, academic challenges, and the overwhelming feeling of stress. Although freshman ye...

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects students and teachers

Devyn McMillen

April 10, 2019

In the midst of a typical Pacific Northwest winter, some Lincoln students and teachers find themselves yet again severely depressed.   Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD),  can cause a variety of symptoms including a depresse...

Students face difficulty transferring to Lincoln

Areonia Steward

April 10, 2019

Transferring mid year as a high school student can be one the most difficult things a student can go through. For three months after Kylie Hearst  transferred to Lincoln she was sure that her classmates still didn´t know who she was ...

Students are more stressed than their parents

Josh Weinrobe

April 10, 2019

Some students at Lincoln are skipping meals and feeling overtired due to stress. “Everybody is affected by stress,” said Lincoln student Caleb Moon. “Tests and essays for English class stress me out the most; homework...

LGBTQ+ community should be more supported by schools, students say

Sarah Happel

April 1, 2019

Saxon Mullaney, an openly lesbian freshman, thinks that Lincoln can do more to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) students. LGBTQ+ rights have moved bothforward and backward with the legalization of ga...

LHS students adapt to new cultures

Sydney Ward, Mable Crawford, Amelia Thorpe, and Claire Yoo

April 1, 2019

Netherlands, Germany, China, Iran, Australia, Finland, Brazil, Indonesia and Guatemala; these are just some of many countries that Lincoln students have immigrated from. While some students have become friends with and share c...