Students and staff flooded into the Ted Sorensen Theatre on Thursday and Friday, May 14 and 15, 2015 to witness a piece of Lincoln High history and tradition: Joynite. This year’s theme was “Remember Me For Centuries” in celebration of Lincoln High’s 100th year on J Street. The packed house was eager to see the lineup of LHS talent and wit, and the organizers and emcees didn’t disappoint. “I thought it was fantastic,” English teacher Jack Bisbee said. “The student acts were unique and different, and it was extra special, because of the 100 years at Lincoln High. Everyone there seemed to enjoy it.” Some highlights of the show included both student and staff performances. “Our choirs are always good, and a lot of our students can’t make it to the regular concerts during the year, so it’s good that they get to see them,” Bisbee said. “And I think students really appreciate seeing teachers perform,” he added. Solid Gold Fury did such a great job. The show also featured an LHS first. Bisbee spearheaded an ambitious project that debuted after intermission. He organized a “lip dub” featuring music from the past 100 years as well as lip syncing from LHS students and staff as the camera panned through the halls of the school. The video premiered just after intermission and will be available to see online (check the Advocate online for details).