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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

the Epic

The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

the Epic

The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

the Epic

Beyond initial shine, peer into stories behind Lynbrook students favorite pieces.

Sparkling stories behind students’ jewelry

Riki Murase, Social Media Manager June 2, 2023

Owing to recent fashion trends, jewelry has skyrocketed in popularity, becoming a staple of stylish modern outfits. But there’s more to jewelry than just shine and glitter — jewelry allows people to...

A beacon of light for the Lynbrook community, family and friends, Boehm is remembered for her unwavering support and kindness for Lynbrook students during her tenure.

In memory of Judy Boehm, former ASB Financial Technician

Surya Saraf and Katie Chin June 2, 2023

“There are not enough adjectives and superlatives in the dictionary to describe her,” said Paul Boehm, in memory of his wife, former ASB Financial Technician Judy Boehm. “She dedicated her life to...

Taylor sees track as both a team sport and individual sport, with a blend between attributes including self-control and being at his best for both him and his teammates.

Evan Taylor commits to Virginia Tech for track and field

Eileen Zhu, In-Depth Editor June 2, 2023

Senior Evan Taylor committed to Virginia Tech to continue his track and field career. He initially joined track and field in sixth grade at Miller Middle School without any prior experience. Although he...

As Feng grew up, he continued to play the sport not only because it was a fun hobby, but also because he knows soccer to be a lot more than just a physical sport.

Ethan Feng commits to California Institute of Technology for soccer

Eileen Zhu, In-Depth Editor June 2, 2023

Senior Ethan Feng  committed to California Institute of Technology to continue his soccer and academic careers. When Feng was four years old, his dad took him to try out for a soccer club in Oregon because...

Aarush cooking with a smile, pan still sizzling.

Aarush Narang brings a new world of favor to his table

Myles Kim, Editor-in-Chief June 2, 2023

While some like to spend their hours indulging in the virtual realms of video games or heading to local eateries to grab some grub, junior Aarush Narang prefers to spend his free time in the kitchen, whipping...

Leaving a legacy at Lynbrook, Chu broke the school’s 100-yard breaststroke record two years in a row, with the most recent time being 55.94 seconds.

Jerry Chu commits to Carnegie Mellon University for swimming

Chelsea Lee, Design Editor June 2, 2023

Ready to test the waters of collegiate swimming, senior Jerry Chu was recruited by Carnegie Mellon University as a breaststroke swimmer and Computer Science major. Leaving a legacy at Lynbrook, Chu broke...

Life lessons my body taught me

Life lessons my body taught me

Sam Sarma, News Editor June 2, 2023

“You never know what someone is going through” is a phrase that I’ve heard throughout my life, usually at the center of some moral lesson. Never did I imagine that I would be that “someone” —...

Hitting life’s curveballs

Hitting life’s curveballs

Anirudh Seshadri, Managing Editor June 2, 2023

Stepping into a bustling fifth-grade classroom, I embraced a life-changing move from Chennai, India to San Jose, California, hoping for better education and brighter opportunities, but unaware of the challenges...