the Epic


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Letter from the Web Editors

Welcome to, the online platform for Lynbrook’s student newspaper! The Epic seeks to provide coverage of local events, opinions and insights relevant to the student body and features on members of the community. Through our publication, we strive to serve as a voice for Lynbrook students and staff members.

On our website, you can find multimedia coverage of events, student life and timely issues. Every story published in our monthly print newspaper (which you can find at also appears on the website, and we often have exclusive online content that ties in with the print stories, such as video features or extended stories.

Whether you are interested in reading about Lynbrook sports or student opinions on serious topics, we hope you will find content from the Epic informative and enlightening.

If you would like to suggest a story idea or ask us any questions, contact us here.

Thank you so much for visiting our website!


Kaylin Li and Audrey Wong

Web Editors


Do we really need awards to show how, well, epic we are?
In any case…

2019 CSPA Gold Medalist                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2018 JEA/NSPA Best of Show, 10th
2018 ASPA First Place Award
2017 ASPA First Place Award
2011 NSPA All American Award, 4 Marks of Distinction
2011 CSPA Gold Medal
2009 JEA/NSPA Pacemaker
2008 JEA/NSPA Pacemaker Finalist

Mission Statement

the Epic is an open forum created by and for the students of Lynbrook High School. In order to serve our readers, the staff of the Epic seeks to report on events, issues, and ideas relevant to the Lynbrook community in a manner that is professional, unbiased, accurate, and thorough. the Epic strives to provide a full opportunity for all students, staff, and community members to inquire, question and exchange ideas. Therefore, content should reflect all areas of student interest, including topics about which there might be controversy or disagreement. the Epic maintains the highest ethical standards with regard to fairness, personal and legal rights, responsibilities and accuracy based on the Code of Ethics created by the Society of Professional Journalists. The content of the Epic is not subject to prior review of any kind. We also strive for a high level of competency in the technical aspects of writing.

View the Epic’s editorial policies here.



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