[26 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
Musical, Once on This Island, Jr. takes the stage

By Lexxi Swanson
It is time for the Lincoln High Musical! This year’s musical is called Once on This Island Jr, directed by IB Coordinator John Heineman.
“It’s a great show to bring your younger brothers and sisters to,” Heineman said. The dates of stage performances are on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th at 7 p.m. during this February. There will also be a Saturday performance on February the 28th at 2 p.m. Tickets for all of these performances cost $5 for admission.
“We have a young cast that fits the talent that we knew …

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[16 Dec 2012 | No Comment | ]
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[2 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]
Sports Teams Continue to use Native Mascots Despite Outcry

By Tessa Faust
The word “redskins” makes most people think of an NFL sports team, but for others it’s an offensive term for Native Americans. Washington’s NFL team The Redskins has had protests against, and opposition to, their name for decades. In 2013 the issue surfaced again due to massive groups protesting the name outside of stadiums in cities where they played. A recent episode of The Daily Show featured a panel of supporters of the name who were then confronted by actual Native American people. It was very uncomfortable for …

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[26 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
Musical, Once on This Island, Jr. takes the stage

By Lexxi Swanson
It is time for the Lincoln High Musical! This year’s musical is called Once on This Island Jr, directed by IB Coordinator John Heineman.
“It’s a great show to bring your younger brothers and sisters to,” Heineman said. The dates of stage performances are on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th at 7 p.m. during this February. There will also be a Saturday performance on February the 28th at 2 p.m. Tickets for all of these performances cost $5 for admission.
“We have a young cast that fits the talent that we knew …

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[19 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
More details emerge as fire investigation continues

By Sam Stuefer
As flames and smoke filled up South Hall of Lincoln High School on Thursday, January 29th, students and staff evacuated the building and huddled together in the near-freezing winds to keep warm for about 30 minutes. This was the second time in the same day that the Links were forced to leave the building for a fire alarm. Both alarms were for actual fires.
The first fire was set in a trash can around 3rd period. That fire was spotted by school staff and extinguished before firefighters arrived. The …

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[11 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
LHS Football Athletes Head to College

By Alison Goldenstein
Three Lincoln High School athletes committed to play football in college by signing letters of intent to their chosen school in front of an audience of family and friends on Friday, February 6, 2015 in the Athletic Conference Room .
Signing with Midland University were seniors Isiah Washington and Anthony Bryan. Washington has committed to playing corner and Bryan has committed to the defensive tackle position.
The University of Nebraska at Kearney was also present, signing on Kevin Franklin to the outside linebacker position.
Head football coach Mark Macke was present with praise and …

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[2 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

By Sean Neary
While other guys were going out for typical sports, like football and tennis, junior Daniel Holba decided to try out to be an LHS cheerleader.
“It seemed like it was really fun, and a lot of my friends did it, so why not?” Holba said. He made the JV team this year.
It’s his favorite sport next to swimming, which he really likes also, but this year he’s just doing cheer, because of his studies. Cheerleading is a year-round sport that requires dedication of all your sports time, he said. …