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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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Lynbrook students Anna Ding and Allison Lins crouching rabbit sculptures were both 20 inches tall, the smallest size available. They were displayed outside a restaurant in Main Street Cupertino and the Cupertino Library, respectively, before being auctioned to buyers.
Rabbit sculptures hop through community for charity with Cupertino Rotary Club
Valerie Shu, Design Editor • November 6, 2023

Painted with vibrant designs by local artists, colorful rabbit sculptures from the Cupertino Rotary Club’s rabbit project have found homes through auctions that succeeded...


While there are no solid plans set in stone yet, its important for the district to look more into alternatives before making a final decision.
Editorial: District should consider alternatives to turf
Epic Staff November 6, 2023

At Lynbrook, both the stadium and Stober field are due for renewal. Among the district’s other plans for renovation, replacing turf fields with new artificial turf has raised...

Robert bonds with his grandmother through origami folding despite their language barrier.
Unfolding dreams
Robert Yu, Staffer • November 6, 2023


Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee
What Jiahe Lu learned through teaching math
Sarah Zhang, Staffer • December 1, 2023

VIKING CHRONICLES — Junior Jiahe Lu began teaching classes at Art of Problem Solving, a Santa Clara math academy, after his parents wanted him to find a summer job. Though...

Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee
Tending Freesias
Alex Cotterel, Staffer • November 21, 2023
Sophomore Ethan Wong strategically positions himself before clicking his camera to capture the Lockheed Martin F-35C as it flies by.
Capturing aviation through Ethan Wong’s lens
Lilly Wu, Opinion Editor • November 6, 2023


Homeschooling has shaped students’ development in ways traditional schools do not.
A 1 to 1 teacher to student ratio
Lilly Wu and Olivia Yuan November 6, 2023

Instead of waking up every morning for 8:30 a.m. classes, a typical day in the life of a homeschooled student can be quite different. Some homeschooled students start their...


With the establishment of Bay Area Slinging Club, practice sessions occurred more regularly, and more people started joining — attracted by flyers, posts online and the sessions themselves.
The sport of slinging revived in the Bay
Sarah Zhang, Staffer • November 6, 2023

A chance encounter led senior Rasul Abdullayev to get involved with the sport of slinging. Bored during his winter break and motivated by memories of playing with slingshots...

Junior Daphne Zhu’s origins in rhythmic gymnastics sparked from her dance lessons, dating back to when she was 3 years old.
Daphne Zhu leaps through rhythmic gymnastics
Emily Pedroza, Features Editor • November 6, 2023


Graphic Illustration by Irene Hwang.
Falling for fall desserts
Yvonne Wu and Erin Fitzpatrick December 5, 2023

For the month of October, the Epic staffers Erin Fitzpatrick and Yvonne Wu try their hand at making apple crumble. 

Graphic Illustration by Daeun Chung
College mythbusting with Mr. Roy
Riki Murase, Social Media Manager • December 4, 2023
Saturday with Santa
Saturday with Santa
Katie Chin and Surya Saraf December 3, 2023

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