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Lynbrook Staff and Students Try South Asian Snacks

Lynbrook Staff and Students Try South Asian Snacks

Priyanka Anand and Anusha Kothari

October 29, 2019

Diwali, the South Asian festival of lights, was on Oct. 27. To celebrate, Lynbrook staff and students tried South Asian snacks for the first time. Watch their reactions here! Thank you Ms. Ashworth, Stephanie Wang, Amory Gao, Lindsey Lu, Ms. Kruk, Mr. Lee, Mr. Wong, Ms. Dang, Mr. Erwin, Mr. Baugh...

It’s a twin thing: affects one of us, affects both of us

The white silhouette is a rhythmic gymnast with an injury on her foot. Mirroring her is an artistic gymnast, representing the writer, Audrey Wong and her twin sister

Audrey Wong

October 27, 2019

Correction after correction. Anger and frustration surge through my body as I try to perfect my routine for the hundredth time. After each iteration, my mind replays the same questions: Why am I not good enough? Why am I not strong enough, flexible enough or fit enough to perform these seemingly simp...

Entering the world of TikTok

Kavya Iyer

October 21, 2019

When I first started this challenge, I was just in it for the fun and games; I had fairly low hopes of anything I made going viral. I thought that in order to become TikTok famous, I needed a specific blend of personality traits and a certain type of content, which I did not have. Most of the successfu...

How to (not) go viral on TikTok

Ron Aich

October 21, 2019

After I decided to take part in this challenge, I thought about what type of content I wanted to create.  I wasn’t sure where I fit in among the sea of comedians, athletes and infamous “e-boys” that the majority of TikTok’s user base consists of.  To get an idea of what it takes to be TikTok...

My short-lived TikTok career

Mei Coricello

October 21, 2019

I never thought I would go viral on TikTok, and I didn’t. But in my attempts, I made funny videos and dancing videos, and I followed popular trends on the app. I would’ve made it too, if not for the millions of other users making the same videos as me! I started my account with some videos of my ...

Spend some Free Time listening to Ruel

Teresa Arisawa

October 14, 2019

I discovered Ruel while listening to a playlist that recommended me his song, “Younger”. I really enjoyed the lyrics and melody, and after hearing the song, I wanted to check out more of his music.  At only 16 years old, Ruel has already released multiple singles and two extended plays (EPs...

Math teacher Elizabeth Slaughter shares her story and passion for teaching

Elizabeth Slaughter is one of Lynbrook’s new Pre-Calculus Honors and AP Calculus AB teachers, after being a student teacher for Vivian Frazita

Bennie Chang

October 8, 2019

Elizabeth Slaughter is one of Lynbrook’s new Pre-Calculus Honors and AP Calculus AB teachers, but she is also a familiar face to students and teachers on campus. Known for her cheerful and encouraging personality, Slaughter is elated to be teaching at Lynbrook after working as a student teacher wi...

Meet our new guidance counselor, Susie Taylor!

Lynbrook starts the new school year with a new member to the guidance team, meet Susie Taylor

Shamita Gurusu

October 7, 2019

As the school year kicks off, the Lynbrook guidance team welcomes their newest member, Susie Taylor, who will be working with students in the English Learner and Engage Program as well as with the student body as a whole.  Taylor has been a guidance counselor for five years, previously working at Le...

Meet new chemistry teacher Connie Leung!

Connie Leung, the new chemistry teacher

Stella Huang

October 7, 2019

After working in university laboratories, Connie Leung discovered she enjoyed collaborating with undergraduate students. To work more with young learners, she took on a job as a tutor at Elite Test Prep, which further solidified her desire to become a teacher. Now, Leung is the newest addition to Lynbr...

Meet new history teacher and cross country coach, Luca Signore!

Lynbrook alumni Luca Signore now teacher PE, World History and US History

Stella Huang

October 7, 2019

Lynbrook alumnus Luca Signore’s passion for teaching was sparked during his high school years. Nine years later, Signore has returned to Lynbrook as a history teacher as well as the cross country and track coach. “Lynbrook is a little bit different than I remember it,” Signore said. “The ...

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