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Senior Bryan Chiang places third at ISEF competition

William Guo

May 24, 2018


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Out of more than 1,700 students, senior Bryan Chiang won the third place award of $1000, as well as the award of $750 for best in his category, Computational Biology, at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) this month. From May 13 to 19, Chiang headed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for...

Notes of Love concert builds houses

Eric Wu

May 24, 2018


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A sweet melody floats off the stage as the violinist draws his bow across the strings, reverberating through the auditorium. The lively program comes to an end with a flourish of the bow, and thunderous applause meets the gracious departure of the performer off the stage. On May 19, Lynbrook clubs Music...

STEM Day unites students with common interests

Risa Mori

May 24, 2018


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A collaborative effort of all STEM-related clubs on campus, Lynbrook STEM Day was primarily organized by Science Club with the objective of unifying students with STEM interests. Held on Monday, May 21, from 3 to 5 p.m. in Rooms 001 and 007, the event, open to all Lynbrook students and incoming freshmen,...

Future collegiate athletes celebrate commitments to colleges

Future collegiate athletes celebrate commitments to colleges

Nicole Ong, Srinidhi Seshadri, and Patricia Wei

May 11, 2018


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Meet five Lynbrook seniors who will be continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level: Andrew Shao, Angela Liu, Amy Steinmetz, Juney Lee and Nathan Lee. Shao and Liu, track and field athletes, will be attending MIT and Scripps College, respectively; Steinmetz has a place on the UC Irvine volleyball...

Students dance to the beat at the Valkyries Spring Show

Students dance to the beat at the Valkyries Spring Show

Srinidhi Seshadri

May 9, 2018


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Students performed at the Valkyries Spring Show held at Lynbrook High School on May 4, 2018. There were performances from the school dance team, the Valkyries, as well as other students who volunteered to perform, songs and dances. Watch this short recap video of all the performances:     Take a look at ...

Robotics finishes a rewarding season

Robotics finishes a rewarding season

Jonathan Ye

April 26, 2018


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Tick. Thirty seconds left. Hands slippery with sweat, the Lynbrook robotics team drivers carefully maneuver their robot to achieve one final feat in the competition: throw the last light blue cube into the given basket. The team of drivers, which consists of seniors Elton Chang, Shadaj Laddad and Jing...

Future freshman officer elections modified

Future freshman officer elections modified

Nicole Ong

April 26, 2018


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Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, freshman class officer elections will be held in August rather than at the end of the eighth-grade school year at Miller Middle School. Instead of being voted as a class officer and then placed into a class officer position, the newly-implemented system will m...

Music department and colorguard tour Spain

Music department and colorguard tour Spain

Michelle Lum

April 26, 2018


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Music rings out in a hall of stained glass and large paintings, an almost heavenly atmosphere. This is a venue like no other: it is the concert hall of the University of Barcelona. Performing on the international stage for the first time since 2013, students in the Lynbrook music program visited Spain ove...

Students display work at ArtNow

Students display work at ArtNow

Michelle Zemlyak

April 26, 2018


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Held at New Museum Los Gatos, the 2018 ArtNow Exhibition is a competition that offers high schoolers from the Bay Area a chance to submit art pieces into eight categories all under the theme “Perspectives.” This year, the competition chose 87 out of more than 1400 submissions for display. The ar...

New California bill aims to outlaw conversion therapy

New California bill aims to outlaw conversion therapy

Hatim Saifee

April 21, 2018


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 Taking major steps to solidify the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, Assembly member Evan Low (D-Cupertino) has proposed Assembly Bill 2943, which seeks to declare conversion therapy a fraudulent practice in the state of California. The California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee v...

Students walk in solidarity against gun violence

Students walk in solidarity against gun violence

Clara Fernandes

March 29, 2018


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Valentine’s day, 2018. The day of love became the day America’s hearts stopped in silence as they heard about the seventeen young students who had been shot at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD). This was not the first mass shooting America has experienced in recent years, but youth acro...

Authors visit to share experiences

Authors visit to share experiences

Patricia Wei

March 29, 2018


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For aspiring writers and students wondering what it takes to publish a book, author visits provide opportunities to interact with those successful in the field. Amy Ashworth, Lynbrook librarian and adviser of Students for Literacy, organized these events to broaden the perspectives of students throug...

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