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Epic staff members try to make gingerbread houses in 10 minutes

Dhriti Iyer, Medha Upadhyay, Christy Yu, Anusha Kothari, Srinidhi Seshadri, and Nicole Ong

December 14, 2018


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Epic staff members Medha Upadhyay, Christy Yu, Dhriti Iyer and Anusha Kothari challenged themselves to make a festive gingerbread house in under 10 minutes. ...

Holiday gift guide for every personality

Holiday gift guide for every personality

Hsin Yen Huang

December 14, 2018


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The end of the year is approaching fast, and with finals and the holidays just around the corner, the last thing you need is the stress of figuring out what to gift friends. From the animal lover to the phone addict, this guide will help you find the perfect gift for anyone on your list....

Transfer students integrate into Lynbrook community

Transfer students integrate into Lynbrook community

Kavya Iyer

December 14, 2018


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New faces. Unfamiliar words. A new home. People, culture, surroundings — everything is different. While some Lynbrook students have grown up in the area, others have moved from other countries. High school alone is difficult, but for international students, adjusting to a new environment is an addi...

Viking families: staff and students on campus

Elena Williams

December 14, 2018


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To most Vikings, school and home are two separate worlds that divide their lives. Unless a student has siblings who also attend Lynbrook, their interactions are split between family and school. But what happens when staff members are married to one another or have a student at their school? Three Viking f...

Books to keep you warm in the winter

Priyanka Anand

December 14, 2018


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This holiday season, treat yourself to not only good food, but also great books. From a Christmas classic to a gripping murder-mystery, to romance, these books will keep you engaged and warm during the break, whether you travel or stay at home. Bundle up, find a cozy place and enjoy!   “A Ch...

Buster lends a helping paw

Buster lends a helping paw

Rachel Wu

December 14, 2018


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One unique member of the Lynbrook community always catches people's eyes as he walks around campus. Just four years old, he has his own staff ID card, walks on all fours and has a unique smile. This is Buster, Lynbrook’s very own service dog. Buster, a goldendoodle with black, curly fur, has a calm...

Senior Yajur Jadcherla: Discovering Indian culture through music

Senior Yajur Jadcherla: Discovering Indian culture through music

Patricia Wei

November 14, 2018


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Senior Yajur Jadcherla created a book illustrating songs from Indian culture. For his work, he received recognition from the Vice President of India.

Class of 1985 President Scott Hublou on unforgettable Homecoming

Class of 1985 President Scott Hublou on unforgettable Homecoming

Priyanka Anand and Patricia Wei

November 13, 2018


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During Homecoming week in October 1984, students walked onto campus to find a large lake covering the quad. In the middle of the lake sat an island with a volcano. On two sides of the lake were a classroom and three cars, depicting a car accident. This was the work of the senior Class of 1985, creat...

New Class, New Rules: 2022 Class Officers Revealed

New Class, New Rules: 2022 Class Officers Revealed

Kavya Iyer

November 13, 2018


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New school, new teachers, new friends, new experiences. The incoming freshman class has been introduced to the many unique facets of high school, facing excitement as well as difficulties. This year, the Class of 2022 encountered a new election timeline, resulting in the freshman class election being a...

Trisha Sengupta’s battle against lymphoma

Trisha Sengupta’s battle against lymphoma

Belinda Zhou

November 9, 2018


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She was thirteen when she first saw her life expectancy as a percentage on an illuminated screen: 85 percent chance of survival after five years. She felt caged. Numb. Suffocated. It hit her then: she could die. Just days earlier, junior Trisha Sengupta and her family had been celebrating Thanksgivin...

VE: A click away from traditional business

VE: A click away from traditional business

Claire Chiu

November 9, 2018


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While a basic education curriculum consists of the liberal arts, mathematics and sciences, learning business provides a break from normal academic subjects at school but still applies the same concepts. Furthermore, implementing interactive courses, such as business, fosters student creativity. At Lynbrook...

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