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USPS and COVID-19 protocol may cause delayed votes

Ria Phelan

October 7, 2020

With differing social distancing restrictions across the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the turnout for in-person voting this November may be lower than in previous years. President Donald Trump’s attempt to discourage mail-in voting and block federal funding for the United States Postal Servic...

Lynbrook choir attends virtual concert AVoice4Peace

Lynbrook choirs sing “Ukukholwa” (faith) as their portion of “Ukuthula”.

Amy Liu

October 7, 2020

In honor of the International Day of Peace, choirs around the world gathered on Sep. 21 to sing Ukuthula, a traditional South African hymn of peace. AVoice4Peace is a world-wide peace awareness project, and this year, all FUHSD choirs participated in their live virtual concert. Founded in 2014 by ...

Libraries open virtual doors

An illuminated tablet on a dark library shelf.

Stella Huang

October 7, 2020

Libraries, one of the most essential student resource centers, have been largely affected by the global pandemic. However, many local libraries, including Lynbrook’s, are working hard to make their many resources available to the general public. “Before, I took advantage of the library resources by going th...

FUHSD extends free meal service to anyone under age 18, no questions asked

Workers bag meals at the Cupertino High School cafeteria.

Elizabeth Cheng

October 7, 2020

Through remote learning, FUHSD has been offering free meal pick ups every Wednesday for any individuals under 18 at Cupertino, Homestead and Fremont High School since Sept. 2. Six days of meals are given at a time, and no student identification is required. Parents or children can pick up meals from 1...

ASB plans virtual school events

ASB’s different commissions have planned a variety of events for this virtual year, including a gameshow and a cookbook.

Sharlene Chen

October 7, 2020

Lynbrook ASB has always organized school-wide projects in an effort to create a positive campus environment. In this year’s virtual setting, ASB has continued to provide the student body with engaging experiences through events such as class competitions, social media challenges, game shows and art ...

Leaving European Literature with style

Graphic Illustration by Alara Dasdan.
A character writes in a large red book with a thought bubble of diverse people holding up a pen representing the diversity in writing emphasized by the new course.

Alara Dasdan

October 7, 2020

The Lynbrook English department recently developed a new curriculum to replace the European Literature class offered for seniors, set to take effect in the 2021-2022 school year. The proposed curriculum would shift the focus from European Literature to writing elements, and the course will be renamed ...

Student doxxed for social media post following alleged robbery

September 23, 2020

On Sept. 15, five female juveniles stole approximately $80 of alcohol from Standard Liquor in Los Altos and rushed out of the store. All five perpetrators were identified, arrested and released on a citation by the Los Altos Police Department, as of Sept. 23. Although no identities have been disclos...

Club Info Week emerges as clubs face changes in the virtual scene

Club Info Week will be held online this year from Sept. 8-11.

Elliu Huang and Christy Yu

August 26, 2020

Clubs are an integral part of a student’s high school experience, but with the campus still closed and teachers switching to online learning, ASB’s Community Link (CLink) Commission has developed a plan for clubs and club info week to be hosted online. Before the school shifted to distance learni...

FUHSD community pushes for antiracist curriculum and climate

Despite the evident lack of diversity in FUHSD, recent racial justice movements have spurred community members to host town hall meetings, send letters and write resolutions to promote anti-racism and equality within the district.

Mei Corricello and Sruthi Medepalli

August 24, 2020

With the recent rise of racial justice movements such as Black Lives Matter (BLM), FUHSD has been pushed to speak up in the anti-racism conversation. Students, teachers, administrators and community members are hosting town hall meetings, sending letters and writing resolutions to promote anti-racism and equ...

The Class of 2024 logs in to Lynbrook

The Class of 2024 logs in to Lynbrook

Emma Constable and Anwen Huang

August 17, 2020

For the class of 2024, their entrance into high school will be like never before. Without traditional events that foster widespread school spirit and connections among classes, Lynbrook administrators, Link Crew and ASB are faced with yet another challenge of distance learning: implementing unconven...

Kamala Harris makes history — and the future

Kamala Harris makes history — and the future

Bennie Chang

August 14, 2020

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South Bay allies stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

South Bay allies stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Sunny Li

June 9, 2020

Protests have erupted across the nation after a horrific video emerged of George Floyd’s death under the knee of a police officer in Minneapolis, in addition to several other recent instances of police brutality against African Americans in the U.S. In Cupertino, South Bay Allies for Black Lives Matte...