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Officers of Students for Literacy, a club that encourages interest in literature, promotes their organization to attract new members. Photos used with permission from Ella Yuan and Anish Lakkapragada

Technology and literature clubs merge to join common interests

Rohan Kakhandiki, Staffer April 1, 2024

What you need to know: Due to issues in attendance and content, two pairs of clubs have decided to merge Web development and mobile development merged due to the two having similar content...

The design of the students model rocket on the online RockSim simulator. Photo used with permission from Meadow Shen.

Students join world’s largest rocket-building competition

Emily Pedroza, Features Editor April 1, 2024

What you need to know: Seven students from Engineering and Aeronautics clubs are participating in the American Rocketry Challenge, the world’s largest rocket-building competition  The final...

When making decisions, there are many factors that class officers may consider that other students may not realize.

Editorial: The importance of empathy for class officers

Epic Staff, Staffer April 1, 2024

From behind-the-scenes projects to class-wide events, class officers are the backbone of making plans a reality. They represent the voice of the student community by generating ideas, organizing events...

Lynbrook teachers boast diverse backgrounds prior to becoming teachers, from working in the broadcasting industry to industrial psychologists. These past experiences contribute to creating a unique learning environment for students across the campus.

Uncovering the past careers of Lynbrook staff

Nicole Ge and Taek Kim April 1, 2024

Elizabeth Louie  French teacher Elizabeth Louie began her career working in a visual perception laboratory at UC Davis as a junior researcher, where she managed the lab and ran her own experiments...

Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee. (David Zhu)

Xara Aman’s journey of growth

David Zhu, Staffer March 27, 2024

The road to courage has not been easy for freshman Xara Aman. In middle school, Aman found herself the victim of sexual harassment.  “It changed a lot for me,” Aman said. “I trusted that...

Despite Grande seemingly putting forth her best effort into musical innovation, “Eternal Sunshine” ultimately fails to execute an emotional tone effectively.

Ariana Grande’s ‘Eternal Sunshine’ loses its shine

Riki Murase, Social Media Manager March 27, 2024

Following a 3-year hiatus after her previous studio album “Positions,” Ariana Grande broke the pop scene open with the release of her hit single “yes, and?’ on Jan. 12. The single would serve as...

Junior Prom 2024: An Aurorean Dream

Junior Prom 2024: An Aurorean Dream

Qianzi Loo and Crystal Zhu March 24, 2024

  Flashing strobe lights accompanied lively music, welcoming students to Junior Prom on Saturday at the Blanco Urban Venue in San Jose, a 3-floor venue housing games, refreshments and photo...

Rep. Ro Khanna hosts antisemitism town hall

Rep. Ro Khanna hosts antisemitism town hall

Myles Kim and Robert Yu March 18, 2024

What you need to know: District 17 Rep. Ro Khanna hosted an antisemitism town hall, in light of recent antisemitism incidents that have occurred across the Bay Area. Students from neighboring...

LHS AISA presents Silsilay 2024

LHS AISA presents Silsilay 2024

Myles Kim, Alexandra Wu and Gary Pan March 18, 2024

Eighteen South Asian cultural dance teams from high schools across the Bay Area gathered at Lynbrook’s auditorium on Saturday, March 16 for the American Indo Student Association’s annual Silsilay show....

Behind the runway

Vidushi Upadhyay, Staffer March 11, 2024

the Epic staffer Vidushi Upadhyay explores the definition of fashion with junior Avani Vishwanathan.

Although movie adaptations of books will never be perfect, they deserve more credit than they are currently getting.

Don’t judge a book’s movie adaptation by its cover

Crystal Zhu, Staffer March 11, 2024

It can be easy to catch a die-hard book fan groaning about the new movie adaptation of their favorite book. From “Harry Potter” to the stories of detective Hercule Poirot to “Percy Jackson,” nearly...

Lynbrooks support and promotion for programs such as the Job Shadow helps students explore more unconventional career paths.

Editorial: Encouraging the exploration of post-secondary pathways

Epic Staff March 11, 2024

Exploring career options beyond purely academic pursuits is a crucial aspect of a well-rounded education that nurtures creativity, communication and critical thinking. While all of these traits are important...

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