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India exchange bridges cultural gap

India exchange bridges cultural gap

Enzo Cabaltica

November 9, 2018


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Visiting a new  country often fosters an appreciation for other cultures, with new experiences and friends. On Oct. 17, 13 students from SAI International School in Bhubaneswar, India, visited Lynbrook as part of the Cupertino-Bhubaneswar Sister City initiative, a program established to initiate posi...

To Pass Or Not to Pass: Measure CC

To Pass Or Not to Pass: Measure CC

Katie Chen

November 3, 2018


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The tut-tut-tut of a jackhammer harmonizes with the roar of a drill and the high-pitched screaming of a truck in reverse gear — just as this concert begins to come to an end, the conductor introduces another measure: Measure CC of FUHSD. To some, FUHSD’s Measure CC may be just another item on the No...

Meet four of the new faces on Lynbrook’s faculty

Meet four of the new faces on Lynbrook’s faculty

Alisha Naidu

October 5, 2018


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  On the first day of school, students and teachers alike prepared themselves for the new school year. Among the fresh faces were brand new faculty members. Lynbrook is excited to welcome 23 new staff members for the 2018-19 school year, four of whom are featured here. Barbara Sweet is a...

New school year brings exciting changes to Lynbrook

New school year brings exciting changes to Lynbrook

Christy Yu

October 5, 2018


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Friday Homeroom, a new school website and construction for a new quad and cafeteria are major changes at Lynbrook this year. Despite the many additions Lynbrook students must adapt to, staff and students hope these improvements will pay off in following years. Due to the FUHSD decision to start all ...

Cupertino’s Bobatino eases student stress

Cupertino’s Bobatino eases student stress

Chloe Lee

October 5, 2018


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The crowd rushed toward the line as volunteers finally came back with another round of boba. As they sipped their drinks, students played the many games provided, including a Spikeball and giant Connect Four and visited the various booths centered around combating stress and improving mental health. ...

Food deliveries give rise to safety concerns

Food deliveries give rise to safety concerns

Rachel Wu

October 5, 2018


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The bell rings, and it is lunch time. Lynbrook students file out of their classrooms. Some head toward club meetings, while others round up their friends and settle on a place to eat their lunches. A noticeable number of students, however, have dispersed off-campus or to the office to pick up their delivered...

New California bill combats recent wildfires

New California bill combats recent wildfires

Kaylin Li

October 5, 2018


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Nearly a year after deadly wildfires blazed through Northern California in October 2017, state lawmakers have sent a bill to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk that will affect how the damage caused by future wildfires will be paid. Senate Bill 901 (SB 901) allows utility companies such as Pacific Gas and Electri...

Lynbrook kicks off school year with Comics rally

Lynbrook kicks off school year with Comics rally

Kavya Iyer and Patricia Wei

August 31, 2018


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The second week of the school year ended with a comics-themed rally. At the rally, students from each class took part in games, cheered on the Water Polo, Girls Tennis and Cross Country teams and watched performances from the Valkyries and cheerleaders. The rally concluded with recognizing VIP Vikings...

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...

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