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Tackling the theme of “Brave New Worlds,” seniors Tammi Trujillo and Helena Su, junior Sydney Chao and sophomore Shivam Maji had their art selected for the New Museum of Los Gatos’s ArtNow exhibit.

Students explore Brave New World through art

Meera Nambiar April 5, 2022

Tackling the theme of “Brave New Worlds,” seniors Tammi Trujillo and Helena Su, junior Sydney Chao and sophomore Shivam Maji had their art selected for the New Museum of Los Gatos’s ArtNow exhibit,...

Students stamp their thumb prints to conduct their fingerprint analysis.

Forensic Science Club investigates criminal activities

Tanika Anbu April 5, 2022

Like every crime TV show, Forensic Science Club has a new lead every week to investigate and inspect. During the month of March, members looked at new topics ranging from fingerprint analysis to police...

The objective Cypher is to eliminate other players and be the last person standing after a series of challenges.

Cypher: The Class of 2022’s senior game

Chelsea Lee April 5, 2022

Throughout March, underclassmen and teachers may have wondered why many seniors were covering their masks with hands and having wardrobe malfunctions. This odd behavior was all because of the senior game,...

Changes in Berkeley admissions have caused distress among Class of 2022 seniors and their families.

Berkeley admission limits stir controversy

Samiya Anwar April 5, 2022

On March 14, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that overturned a controversial ruling that would have forced UC Berkeley to immediately decrease student enrollment. Bill 118 gives California’s public colleges...

Science and Society will leverage project-based learning to create a more accessible course that develops students’ critical-thinking skills and grows their capacity for independent research.

Science and Society catalyzes a new way to learn

Jason Shan March 8, 2022

While the typical science class consists largely of lectures and assessments, with labs sprinkled in between, Science and Society approaches science education through hands-on application, allowing students...

Lee poses in front of the ASB cabinets, where each commission stores supplies, snacks and more. The cabinets were decorated by the commissions in a contest.

Jason Lee ends five-year run as ASB adviser

Myles Kim March 8, 2022

When science teacher Jason Lee became ASB adviser in 2017, he brought with him a fresh perspective and desire to help student leaders succeed. After five years of advising, Lee has decided to step down...

Lina Wang hugs Wayne Sha after asking him to Junior Prom.

Twinkling Junior Prom promotions

Anwen Huang March 8, 2022

Themed “City of Stars,” Junior Prom will take place at the Glass House in Downtown San Jose on Saturday, March 26 from 8 to 11 p.m. In the weeks leading up to the event, the junior class used various...

Compassion & Forgiveness, Isolation and More Than Meets the Eye are three past issues from Aletheia.

Aletheia faces an uncertain future

Susanna Tang March 8, 2022

For the past 11 years, Aletheia, a student publication that publishes anonymous student writing submissions regarding sensitive issues like romance and religion, has provided a platform for those with...

Astrophysics Club took photos of Carina Nebula in the night sky.

Astrophysics explores space with astrophotography

Sophie Au March 8, 2022

From black holes to nebulas to exoplanets, Astrophysics Club explores it all. With the opportunity to capture photos with the robotic telescopes of Las Cumbres Observatory, the club has been taking and...

Members of YPPI’s Environmental Commission have resumed support of Assembly Bill 1922 after the COVID-19 pandemic halted its progress.

Students advocate for climate literacy in schools

Emma Constable March 8, 2022

Since April 2020, Lynbrook students who are part of the Sunnyvale Youth Public Policy Institute have been helping to push for Assembly Bill 1922, which, if passed, will mandate climate change education...

Campus bike theft

Campus bike theft

News Section February 1, 2022

As of Jan. 25, 46 of the 200 bikes on campus were found unlocked. Bike theft is preventable if one locks their bike. Three students share their past experiences of bike theft.   “I had left my bike...

After 16 years, Superintendence Bove retires from her position and wishes the best for her successor.

Superintendent Polly Bove retires

Bennie Chang February 1, 2022

“Superintendent Polly Bove has been, in my time at Lynbrook and FUHSD, the most influential superintendent we’ve had,” Principal Maria Jackson said. “She’ll be very hard to replace, and I’ve...