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Avatar: The Way of Water revitalizes the breathtaking beauty of Pandora and the Navi.

“Avatar: The Way of Water” makes a splash in cinematic history

Katie Chin, Copy Editor February 6, 2023

Thirteen years after Pandora captured the hearts and imaginations of audiences, “Avatar: The Way of Water” revitalizes the imaginative world of the Na’vi and heroes Jake Sully and Neytiri in fantastic...

Sohil Rathi teaches students competitive math through his books and YouTube videos.

Sohil Rathi inspires new generation of math enthusiasts

Anirudh Seshadri, Managing Editor February 6, 2023

On a typical school morning, Sohil Rathi can be found in the library, studying for an upcoming math competition. From competing in the American Mathematics Competitions and Mathcounts to writing two books...

Lynbrook students and alumni create short film on the relationship between a mother and her daughter.

Alumni and students document cross-generational bonds in “Her Image”

Jason Shan, Web Editor February 6, 2023

“When I look at you, I see so much of myself. But so much of you is not in the image of me.” This line from the closing scenes of “Her Image,” a short film with a crew including nine Lynbrook...

Pizza, orange chicken, and burritos are three notable cultural foods that have been Americanized.

Immigration’s legacy: the Americanization of food

Amy Liu, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2023

Burgers, hot dogs, you name it. To many, food is an integral component of the American identity. Much of the American palette today is rooted in decades of immigration and globalization. As people around...

Teja cherishes nature and the outdoors on his backpacking trips around the country.

Teja Jampani travels the world, step by adventurous step

Deeksha Raj, Business Manager December 12, 2022

On the final stretch of his nine-day and 327-mile journey from Oregon to New Mexico, junior Teja Jampani soaks in the breathtaking views of the beaches and mountains, remembering all of the incredible...

Christmas tree featured in annual tree lighting ceremony Christmas in the Park.

Lighting up the holiday season

Jasmine Rihal, Social Media Manager December 12, 2022

As the holiday season rolls in, Santa Clara County lights up the night sky with luminous Christmas trees and attractions. To commence this holiday season, cities are putting up trees and hosting celebrations...

Lynbrook almnus and New York Times top ten book of the year author Hua Hsu.

Hua Hsu “Stays True”

Inaaya Yousuf, Staffer December 12, 2022

In his memoir “Stay True”, Class of 1995 Lynbrook alumnus Hua Hsu depicts his experiences of being a second-generation immigrant growing up in the Bay Area. Hsu recounts his days at Lynbrook and UC...

Andor paves the way for Disneys new approach to Star Wars.

Disney flies Star Wars canon to new heights with “Andor”

Larry Wang, Staffer December 12, 2022

Epic lightsaber duels, cinematic soundtracks and awkward but fan-pleasing dialogue — the Star Wars franchise has long since featured the Skywalkers in nine movies and countless television shows. From...

Products sold by Craft Faire venders Gillian Ortega, Gina Velez, Dianne Hawk, and Gloria Othon.

Lynbrook Craft Faire vendors share their holiday spirit

Anushka Anand, Managing Editor December 12, 2022

Marking the beginning of the holiday season, the annual Craft Faire featured a variety of vendors selling hand-crafted items. Cupertino holiday shoppers flocked to the faire hosted by Lynbrook Instrumental...

Li and Jaquish enjoy singing.

Sophie Jaquish and Derek Li sing through highs and lows

Susanna Tang, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2022

Disengaged from outside commotions and engrossed in the melodies of their instrumental accompaniment, juniors Sophie Jaquish and Derek Li find serenity in singing for their choir of eight and six years,...

Campbell Farmers Market

Getting a taste of local produce through farmer’s markets

Sruthi Medepalli, Copy Editor November 7, 2022

Bustling booths of locally harvested produce, wafting floral scents and lucrative offers of just-baked bread and crepes, farmers markets are a vital source of delight and ethically-sourced options for...

Indian classical dancer Mithbaokar performs for her graduation concert.

Exploring cultural background through Indian Classical Dance

Sophie Au, Design Editor November 7, 2022

The rhythmic beat of the tabla, rings of the sitar and melody of a harmonium starts a dancer’s varnam. The story of Hindu gods unfolds with intricate footwork and distinct hand gestures symbolizing concepts...

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