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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Epic votes on their favorite Grammys picks.

Epic takes on the Grammys

Jasmine Rihal and Myles Kim May 3, 2022

Since their creation in 1959, the Grammys have aimed to recognize impressive work in the music industry. The 2022 Grammys, with a whopping 86 award categories, has gained additional attention due to stars...

Training at quiet reservoirs and shorelines, rowing has become a meaningful and enjoyable sport for Chu, Kim and Venkatesh.

Boats, oars and ergometers: Lynbrook’s rowers

Sophie Au, Design Editor May 3, 2022

As the whistle sounds, rowers speed across the lake in unison, navigating along the shoreline to reach the finish line. For sophomores Vera Chu, Christie Kim and Vinay Venkatesh, the breeze in the air...

Although often regarded as a military superpower, America has launched several failed war campaigns in recent history, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.

America’s failed wars

Anwen Huang, In-Depth Editor April 5, 2022

Class curriculums will change as Lynbrook returns to in person school following a 4-block schedule for the first time. ( Graphic Illustration by Allison Hsieh and Sophie Au.)

Editorial: Maximizing the effectiveness of an in person 4-block schedule

Epic Staff June 6, 2021

As Lynbrook moves from more than a year of remote learning to a full return to campus in fall of 2021, plans to keep the 4-block system with a few modifications have been finalized. Students and teachers...

On the evening of May 27, the Class of 2021 gathered on the football field to watch the sunset as one of their Senior Night activities. (Photo by Ethan Lin.)

The sun sets on the Class of 2021’s high school journey

Lillian Fu, Design Editor June 2, 2021

Senior Night, held on May 27, wrapped up the Class of 2021’s high school experience with an opportunity for seniors to make memories in person with their classmates before graduation. Organized by the...

Listen to learn more about Halie!

Freshman feature: Halie Yung

Diana Kohr, Web Editor June 1, 2021

Welcome to the last freshman feature podcast of this year. This time, I talked with Halie Yung, a member of the Lynbrook field hockey team. This podcast is a little longer than the others because we went...

Celebrity candidates’ yard signs in front of the backdrop of Hollywood’s famous white sign.

Celebrities, please do not be a political joke

Bennie Chang, Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2021

Donald Trump, businessman turned reality television star turned U.S. President. He has become one of the most prominent celebrities-turned-politicians in the world, but America has a storied past of celebrities...

Video and Graphic Illustration by Priyanka Anand and Diana Kohr

Back to school: Hybrid Learning edition

Priyanka Anand and Diana Kohr May 31, 2021

Take a look at the first day of hybrid learning, Apr. 19, as one of the Epic's web editors Diana Kohr takes you through her day.

Senior Class of 2021

Senior Class of 2021

Check out the Class of 2021's Senior Map, bequeathals and more!
Above all of these questions, a clock is ticking: as I sit here, wrestling with myself over which fruit to pick, all the fruits are rotting. I cannot stay young and unaware forever.

Searching for lost time

Renee Ge, In-Depth Editor May 27, 2021

It is one of life’s greatest travesties that so much of our childhoods are spent dreaming and agonizing over what adulthood will be like. As an almost-high school graduate on the cusp of turning 18,...

With each sentence I write from here on out, I am reminded to cherish every moment, be honest with myself, and appreciate my own individuality — one Oxford comma at a time.

Bittersweet, sentimental, and indispensable: An ode to the Oxford comma

Kavya Iyer, Content Editor May 27, 2021

An Oxford comma is the comma used after the penultimate item in a list of three or more items. Some argue that it’s unnecessary. I strongly disagree. Each Oxford comma I write is inevitably accompanied...