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With green screen magic, Studio 74 will put on a completely virtual musical of The Little Mermaid Jr.

Diving into Studio 74’s virtual “Little Mermaid Jr.”

Amy Liu, Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2021

Lights, camera, action! Amid the pandemic, Lynbrook’s Studio 74 will put out another spectacular production, but with a virtual twist. Join the cast and crew of The Little Mermaid Jr. for a trip under...

Tesla, Oracle and HP are among the companies relocating headquarters or operations to Texas.

California tech giants find new home in Texas

Claire Chiu and Lina Mezerreg May 13, 2021

One of California’s largest assets is its tech giants, such as Apple, Facebook and Google, in what is commonly known as the Silicon Valley. Although these companies are the face of Silicon Valley and...

Hundreds of people gathered in front of the Saratoga City Hall to protest AAPI hate on March 27, holding signs with powerful messages like the one pictured above.

Editorial: Acknowledging the complexity of our Asian American experience

Epic Staff May 7, 2021

At Lynbrook, one of the most predominantly Asian high schools in the country, the recent surge in anti-Asian hate crimes has hit heavily. Many feel shocked, fearful or angry at the atrocities committed...

Fulk retires as DECA adviser after 9 years

Fulk retires as DECA adviser after 9 years

Youqi Huang, Copy Editor May 7, 2021

After nine years as DECA’s adviser, computer science teacher Brad Fulk will be leaving his role as adviser next year to make time for personal endeavors, including pursuing a master's degree in educational...

In a season like no other, the Lynbrook football team has played the game they love despite facing setbacks. Here, they celebrate their win against Cupertino high school.

Lynbrook football touches down on another season

Anwen Huang, In-Depth Editor May 6, 2021

Under the glaring stadium lights and setting sun, the Lynbrook football team gears up for a game. Since summer, the team of 30 players and 8 coaches has practiced rigorously in anticipation for the 2021...

Stop AAPI Hate Rally

Bennie Chang, Editor-in-Chief April 27, 2021

On March 27, the cities of Saratoga, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Campbell and Monte Sereno hosted the Stop AAPI Hate Rally to protest the recent surge of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans in...

Lynbrook freshman campus tour

Diana Kohr, Web Editor April 27, 2021

Since the start of the school year, most freshmen have not had the opportunity to see the Lynbrook campus for themselves. To introduce freshmen to the campus, Link Crew hosted a campus tour on April 7,...

Lynbrook wins big at first track and field meet of the season

Diana Kohr, Web Editor April 26, 2021

The Lynbrook track and field team started off their season strong at their first track meet on April 24 at Milpitas High School. Each of the Lynbrook teams, frosh/soph boys, varsity boys, JV girls and...

The NCAA invests millions of dollars to ensure promotion, equipment and coverage for their male athletes. However, for their female athletes, it’s a different story.

The history of sexism of the NCAA

Alara Dasdan, Writer April 23, 2021

The NCAA has recently come under scrutiny after a video from Sedona Prince, a member of the University of Oregon’s Women’s Basketball team, went viral on Tiktok. The NCAA responded to outraged viewers...

Staff members worked hard to prepare the campus in accordance with public health guidelines in the weeks leading into the return to campus.

The realities and challenges of returning to campus

Stella Huang, Photo Editor April 21, 2021

Many students did not expect the opportunity to return to school for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. After Santa Clara County dropped to the orange tier on March 23, FUHSD decided to offer a...

Growing up, I’ve always tried to cover up my ethnic name.  It wasn’t until I began to appreciate and coincide with my Chinese culture that I began to embrace my name.

Embracing my ethnic name without shame

Anwen Huang, In-Depth Editor April 21, 2021

“What’s your name?” the Starbucks employee asks. “Ann,” I say, as she hastily scribbles it onto a plastic cup.  But my name isn’t Ann, it’s Anwen. Yet I find myself assuming this identity...