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Science Bowl

March 11, 2010
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Are you passionate about the world of science? Do you want to know more than you are being taught in your regular classes? Well you should join the Science Bowl that’s offered at Lincoln every year. Science Bowl is a team that focuses on studying different sciences: astronomy, geology, math, and other subjects as well. There are two teams that actually compete in the regional competitions: Team A and B. Non-competing students that still form part of the Science Bowl are known as the Support Crew. The competing students meet twice a week and the non-competing students meet once a week.

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Andy hu?

March 11, 2010
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Do you know Hu Andy Hu is? Senior Andy Hu is the president of the Magnet Government. He is seventeen years of age. He went to Nightingale Middle School but sadly didn’t have the privilege of having Ms. Garcia as his counselor.

In the interview Andy expressed his love and personal feelings about the Magnet program. When asked if he’s enjoyed his four years in the Magnet, he replied, “Yes, I have, I’ve loved it, it’s been a great experience, and the teachers made it all the better.”


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The txt prblm

March 11, 2010
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Have you ever sat through a class and just as your teacher is about to reveal her wisdom you hear a soft buzzing sound coming from someone’s pants pocket? Here’s another scenario: Have you ever been with a friend who seems more interested in texting than talking to you? What was the point of setting up a coffee date when you could have just sent her a text messege?


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Interview with Paulson

March 10, 2010
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In the Magnet world, there exists a teacher whom we all know to be an invaluable part of the Lincoln High School Magnet experience. Some would view it as a terrible shame to not have her as a teacher. This teacher is Ms. Paulson.


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Junior Night Out

December 11, 2009
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Pizza, laughs, and fun!

Imagine, your standing on top of the table with you’re friends practically throwing money at you so they can own you.


Budget Cuts

December 9, 2009
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The staggering economic crisis across the nation has had profound effects for California education. So far Lincoln has had its share of losses and sacrifices.


The Quest to Enter College

December 9, 2009
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Once upon a time in a land far far away, there lived a young man named Arthur. He was very poor and uneducated. He couldn’t even finish reading a short novel. He had very few friends, and even those friends soon left him by himself to pursue their own goals. All alone, Arthur felt that he was left behind and needed a goal for himself, so he prayed to God for help.


Getting to Know Your Magnet Teacher: Yom

December 9, 2009
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Have you ever seen a teacher walking in the halls looking like a teacher one day and a skater the next? Have you ever confused him for a student? His name is Mr. Yom, and he’s a teacher in the Magnet program, not a student.


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Homecoming

December 9, 2009
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The crowds roared as the orange-and-black #7, Caleb Cabrera, made the final touchdown before the clock ran out, bringing victory to the Lincoln Tigers against Eagle Rock!


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Scarcity Resolve, Part Two

December 9, 2009
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On October 9, Lincoln Students Ivonne Nieto and Angelica Reyes accompanied by Lincoln teachers Daniel Alamo and Justin Baker discussed with the media (channel 34 news and La Opinion) the effects the lack of access of high quality groceries stores such as Ralphs, Trader Joes, Whole Foods, and Vons has on our community.


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