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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...

Lynbrook scores a third Fantastics win

Lynbrook scores a third Fantastics win

Sadhana Sarma

March 29, 2018


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A gym crowded with students wearing a plethora of apparel representing schools from across the district and the chant of spectators as they cheer their friends on — this is the annual IDC Fantastics event. Hosted at Homestead High School’s gym this year, the event occurred after a one-year hiatu...

Opportunity fair opens new paths

Hatim Saifee

March 29, 2018


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Filled with mentors looking for Lynbrook students to join their teams, the Lynbrook Opportunity Fair, which took place on March 21, hosted many companies and organizations aiming to familiarize students with local jobs, volunteering and internship opportunities to help them with the job application p...

Feminists unite at annual Strong Girls Strong Women Conference

Feminists unite at annual Strong Girls Strong Women Conference

Medha Upadhyay

March 22, 2018


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Girls and Women attended the 6th annual Strong Girls Strong Women Conference, Santa Clara County on March 17, 2018. The video is a short recap of the event. 

Class of 2018 kicks off new senior game

Class of 2018 kicks off new senior game

Medha Upadhyay

March 1, 2018


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Two students race through the quad, brandishing spoons. Previously, this scene was a quintessential sight at Lynbrook during second semester: the climax of the classic senior game Spoons. But an avalanche of student safety concerns forced the scrapping of this iconic game, and prompted the development of...

Phase one of construction comes to an end

Meera Balaji

March 1, 2018


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For the past 11 months, the shell of a building has been looming over the soccer field. Every teacher has grown accustomed to the sharp sounds of construction tools whirring and buzzing at random intervals. But the builders’ hard work has paid off, and the shell has become much more. As phase one ...

FUHSD modifies College Now program

FUHSD modifies College Now program

Jessica Li

March 1, 2018


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Faced with decreased interest and declining enrollment in their program, the College Now program board decided to adapt. At the beginning of second semester, FUHSD presented juniors with a certain amount of course credits of opportunity to attend a modified version of the College Now program in their senio...

Community commends employees

Community commends employees

Srinidhi Seshadri

March 1, 2018


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Each year, the Lynbrook community and students nominate staff members whose contributions to the school make them deserving of the title “Employee of the Year.” English teacher Andrew Seike and print center technician John Hott have received this award for the 2017-2018 school year. Towards the end...

Spotlight shines on drama students at Lenaea

Spotlight shines on drama students at Lenaea

Belinda Zhou

March 1, 2018


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For the first time in two years, Lynbrook’s Advanced and Honors Drama students lent their talents to the Lenaea High School Theater Festival held at the Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College, Calif. Over 2000 students with a passion for theater arts engaged in a multitude of workshops and...

Competitive clubs achieve big wins

Chloe Lee

January 25, 2018


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As competition season begins for many clubs on campus, such as DECA, Speech and Debate, MUN and Mock Trial, members hold last-minute meetings and add final touches to their plans. Each club has their own unique way of preparing for their respective competitions, each resulting in  exceptional achievemen...

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