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  • December 23No School, Teacher Work Day
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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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Exchange students often compared Lynbrook and their home schools throughout the
day.

Students experience Viking life through the IDC exchange

Lilly Wu, Staffer December 12, 2022

Students from all five FUHSD schools gathered at Lynbrook on Nov. 18 for the first Intra District Council Exchange in three years. The exchange students experienced Viking spirit firsthand at Lynbrook’s...

Through their collaboration during the past three months, CAA and Miller students raised and installed garden beds, removed weeds and fixed the drip irrigation system.

CAA breathes life into Miller’s school garden

Emily Pedroza, Staffer December 12, 2022

Hands gloved and ready to serve both a blossoming garden and school community, Lynbrook Conservation Action Association members and Miller Middle School students gather to foster growth in Miller’s garden...

Mahan’s campaign seeks to diminish the homelessness and
housing crises in the city while earning the community’s trust.

Matt Mahan wins San Jose mayoral election

Vidushi Upadhyay, Staffer December 12, 2022

Matt Mahan will assume office as mayor of San Jose on Jan. 1, 2023 after narrowly defeating runner-up Cindy Chavez and six other candidates in the mayoral election on Nov. 8. His campaign aims to...

After reading the World War II accounts in Wakatsuki’s memoir, Students visited JAMsj to learn more about Japanese American history.

ELD students visit Japanese American Museum for WWII history

Jason Shan, Web Editor December 12, 2022

After reading Jeanne Wakatsuki’s memoir, “Farewell to Manzanar,” English Language Development students from the American Literature and Writing Sheltered class further explored the historical accounts...

50.7% of California citizens voted in the 2022 general midterm elections. Graphic illustration by Lilly Wu, Anushka Anand and Daeun Chung

Results from the 2022 midterm election

Surya Saraf, Staffer December 12, 2022

The House The 218th seat — which, once occupied, determines a party’s control of the House — was taken by the Republican party on Nov. 16. With a margin of just eight seats, Democrats have lost...

FUHSD alumni introduce students to careers

FUHSD alumni introduce students to their careers

Catherine Zhou, Design Editor November 7, 2022

On Oct. 19,  a virtual fall career seminar co-hosted by the Asian American Parents Association, Cupertino Library Foundation and Bay Youth featured the careers of several FUHSD alumni. At the event, more...

A. Monta Vista student Alex Zhang explains his affirmative stance during the debate. B. Students Alan Tai and Saanvi Goyal from the negative side prepare to ask their cross-fire questions. C. Student organizers chat about the event during the intermission. D. Cupertino Mayor Darcy Paul talks to students about youth engagement in politics. E. Current FUHSD Board of Trustees Vice President Rosa Kim answers questions regarding equity and diversity in schools. F. City of Campbell Mayor Paul Resnikoff discusses the city’s policies for climate change.

Food for thought: politics with a side of pizza

Tanika Anbu, Staffer November 7, 2022

Students and parents from Cupertino, Saratoga and Campbell munched on cheesy slices of pizza and spoke with their local representatives at the Pizza and Politics event at the Cupertino Community Hall on...

Senior Venus Dhanda created the Gender in Classrooms project in hopes of making the Lynbrook community a more inclusive place for LGBTQ+ students.

“Gender in Classrooms” project takes effect

Meera Nambiar, Web Editor November 7, 2022

In hopes of making the Lynbrook community a more inclusive place for LGBTQ+ students, senior Venus Dhanda created the “Gender in Classrooms” Girl Scouts project, in which she presented a workshop to...

The Funky Monkeys and their head coach, David Giandomenico, met with Superintendent Graham Clark to discuss the field.

Funky Monkeys robotics team gears up with new practice field

Valerie Shu, Staffer November 7, 2022

Plans for a new robotics practice field are in the works after a three year campaign by Lynbrook’s Funky Monkeys robotics team. The project relied on the passing of Measure G, a $275 million school bond...

Sophomores Eric Hsu, Jiahe Lu and Brian Xue take the first-place blue tooth speakers prize home at the first Lynbrook ProCo.

Students compete in Lynbrook’s first-ever programming competition

Larry Wang, Staffer November 7, 2022

Students frantically typed up code and prepared submissions in the waning minutes of Lynbrook’s first-ever programming competition. Lynbrook ProCo, hosted in collaboration between the Computer Science...

Students line up to get food from the 3-3-3 fusion food truck.

Lynbrook tradition: Night on the Quad is back

Deeksha Raj, Staffer November 4, 2022

After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PTSA’s Night on the Quad returned on the evening of Sept. 29. The cafeteria and quad were filled with Lynbrook families who toured and...

Mock Trial team places 7th in Empire Mock Trial Tournament

Mock Trial team places 7th in Empire Mock Trial Tournament

Samiya Anwar, Staffer October 10, 2022

Lynbrook’s Mock Trial team placed 7th at the Empire Classic Tournament in Baltimore, Maryland, their first in-person competition in four years. Empire, a prestigious mock trial tournament, was Mock Trial’s...