May 18, 2018

    As soon as I turned 16, I pre-registered to vote. As someone who’s been a political junkie my whole life, knowing I still had to wait two more years while our country was in the midst of a killer election cycle was tortuous, so I took whatever steps I could to feel...

May 16, 2018

    Today, Ellen DeGeneres is on top of the world. She is the host of an incredibly successful daytime talk show, she has a home decor line, she hosts a game show, she’s a movie star. She is happily married and

living her absolute best life. 
     Ellen is also a w...

May 15, 2018

    “It’s pretty disturbing that we have to take the time out of our day to do this,” said Principal Kevin McNamara to a group of students in the auditorium that were about to be trained in the ALICE protocol, which gives them the tools to protect themselves in the eve...

May 15, 2018

    The Lincoln School Committee has named Dr. Lawrence Filippelli as the new superintendent of schools, following current superintendent Mrs. Georgia Fortunato’s announcement of retirement this January. 
     Filippelli has served as the superintendent of Sc...

April 27, 2018

     Lincoln High School’s main gym has been out of commission for the past month due to an issue with the flooring caused by a leak from an unspecified location following one of the many nor’easters that have hit New England in 2018. Gym classes, sports teams, and th...

April 13, 2018

     In years past, the Rhode Island Supreme Court would “ride the circuit” and travel statewide to hear arguments, because before the invention of the car, it was often difficult for all parties to make it to court.  Once the infrastructure, as well as automotive tech...

March 22, 2018

   Affirmative Action policies are defined as policies that favor “those who tend to suffer from discrimination, especially in relation to employment or education,” or, as it is commonly referred to, “positive discrimination.” The idea of these programs are to give tra...

February 23, 2018

The Fight for $15 movement has gained traction nationwide by pushing to increase the minimum wage (which is currently federally mandated at $7.25 per hour) to $15. Rhode Islanders as a whole are struggling to support themselves, but it especially difficult for the 78,0...

February 22, 2018

     For the last several years, all freshmen and sophomores who were taking an honors-level science class were required to complete a project for the Lincoln High School science fair, held each year in early February. The process would begin with students researching...

February 22, 2018

          Like most people, I love dogs. And, also like most people, school stresses me out. It’s always a treat to see a dog roaming the halls of LHS, whether it’s Mrs. Anna Snow’s beloved therapy dog Mandy or Mrs. Jennifer Cameron’s lovely Labradors, Lucy and Fozzie....

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