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Kylie Liao and Lillian Yee practice at Lynbrook tennis courts, modeling their hats crafted to accommodate high ponytails. Used with permission from Kylie Liao.

LILIE™ high-ponytail hats create impact beyond fashion

Alexandra Wu, Staffer February 12, 2024

It was finally here: the product junior Kylie Liao and Valley Christian High School student Lillian Yee had been working on for years came to life — sitting right in front of their eyes. Liao and Yee...

Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee.

Abigail Chen’s Not-So-Par-fect Golf Journey

Meadow Shen, Staffer February 1, 2024

VIKING CHRONICLES — Growing up, sophomore Abigail Chen would eagerly watch her older sister play golf until she realized that she, too, fell in love with the sport. During those early years, Chen often...

While student teachers’ roles usually evolve through the year as they gradually take on more responsibilities, Lim has been engaged since his start with classroom activities ranging from leading warm-ups to rehearsing songs.

Teaching to learn: exploring the journey of a student teacher

Valerie Shu, Design Editor December 11, 2023

Each year, new student teachers step into classrooms across campus to gain hands-on experience with students and learn valuable skills — a critical step in their journey to becoming fully-fledged educators.  Aside...

Their instruments rhythms and melodies transcend generations, holding culturally rich histories in the strings and beats of their instruments.

Student musicians share cultures and celebrate histories

Apurva Krishnamurthy and Emily Pedroza December 11, 2023

From tabla to tambora, Lynbrook musicians hold different instruments close to their hearts. These rhythms or melodies transcend generations, holding culturally rich histories in the strings and beats of...

Despite the wide range of service projects completed, each of the experiences of Lynbrook Eagle Scouts demonstrates their leadership capacity and unwavering dedication to serve their community.

Eagle scouts soar to new heights through service projects

Nicole Ge and Rohan Kakhandiki December 11, 2023

Eagle Scouts are the highest-ranking position in the Boy Scouts of America organization, a rank attained through years of service and the completion of an independently organized service project. Despite...

Chiu spends about five hours a week blacksmithing at home, carefully crafting his next project.

Junior Ethan Chiu crafts himself a future in blacksmithing

Katie Chin, Copy Editor December 11, 2023

Thin wisps of smoke curl upward to the sky from between the gloved hands of junior Ethan Chiu as he sits behind his blacksmith’s forge in his backyard. The melted point of silver steel, now enveloped...

Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee

What Jiahe Lu learned through teaching math

Sarah Zhang, Staffer December 1, 2023

VIKING CHRONICLES — Junior Jiahe Lu began teaching classes at Art of Problem Solving, a Santa Clara math academy, after his parents wanted him to find a summer job. Though his expectations were low on...

Graphic illustration by Chelsea Lee

Tending Freesias

Alex Cotterel, Staffer November 21, 2023

VIKING CHRONICLES —“Walking around in my garden at home and looking at my plants — it's good for the soul,” Spanish teacher Kim Revilla said. From the first Mandevilla she planted in 2004 to...

Sophomore Ethan Wong strategically positions himself before clicking his camera to capture the Lockheed Martin F-35C as it flies by.

Capturing aviation through Ethan Wong’s lens

Lilly Wu, Opinion Editor November 6, 2023

Standing just 50 feet away from the runway at the Naval Air Station Fallon, sophomore Ethan Wong strategically positions himself before clicking his camera to capture the Lockheed Martin F-35C as it flies...

Subramanian, visiting the Marshall Islands in 2017 during his work as a consultant for Independent Diplomat, collecting data and consulting with government officials, to advise the small island nation on developing a “2050 Climate Strategy”.

Alumnus Narayan Subramanian’s work in environmental policy leads to — Oppenheimer?

Myles Kim, Editor-in-Chief November 6, 2023

Internal memos, conversation transcripts and historical analyses all soon met the yellow glow of incandescent lights lining the halls of the national archive as Class of 2009 alumnus Narayan Subramanian...

With the growth of her brand, Sun hopes to expand her clothing collections and continue to craft at least one new collection a year. She wants to inspire others to experiment outside traditional fashion rules and is confident that her pieces will be a part of the movement that paves the future of fashion.

Fashion Forward: Amy Sun’s fusion of style and technology

Alyssa Wang, Opinion Editor November 6, 2023

Under the flickering light of her bedside lamp, Class of 2021 Lynbrook alumna Amy Sun continues sewing the last piece of her recent collection, Genesis, in which she focuses on what she calls a “Neo-Chinese”...

Literature teachers discuss their favorite poems, from poisonous gas and burnt paper in hands to testing trees. 
Photos by Alex Cotterel and Deeksha Raj. Graphic illustration by Claire Guo.

Beyond the Syllabus: Literature teachers’ favorite poems

Deeksha Raj and Alex Cotterel November 6, 2023

 “The initial stanza seems quiet; it feels like they can hear the destruction in the distance, and then somebody notices and shouts it out, ‘Gas! GAS! —’” literature teacher Maggie Welsh said. “Dulce...