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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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Recently passed by the Legislative Council from January through March, five new clubs focus on unique student passions.

Emerging clubs cultivate new passions

Inaaya Yousuf and Daeun Chung April 10, 2023

Bringing forth meaningful sports opportunities and cultural awareness, five new clubs have been welcomed on campus: Athletes4others, Viking Table Tennis, Korean Club, Go Club and Rubik’s Cube Club. Recently...

Photos by Amy Liu

Strong winds cause campus-wide power outage

Susanna Tang, Editor-in-Chief March 15, 2023

On Tuesday, March 14, Lynbrook students were dismissed early from school after second period, following a campus-wide power outage amid heavy winds. The National Weather Service issued severe high wind...

The officers are pleased by the Color Clash turnout and thankful for the enthusiastic participation from the freshman class.

Class of 2026 unites through Color Clash event

Katie Chin, Copy Editor March 10, 2023

Freshmen dressed in assorted colors for Color Clash, a five-day competition from Feb. 27 to March 3. Held by the Class of 2026 officers, freshmen and teachers split into four teams — red, blue, yellow...

12 rings made by students during 3D Design 2’s metalworking unit were stolen from the art wings display cabinet.

Art display case ransacked by unidentified thief

Sarah Zhang, Staffer March 10, 2023

On Jan. 17, 3D Design teacher Charlotte Kruk discovered that her second-period students’ hand-made rings were stolen from the glass display case in the art wing hallway. In her 25 years teaching at Lynbrook,...

The Lynbrook Film and Photography Clubs have made plans to merge the two clubs into one: the Film and Photo Society.

Film and Photo Society: two clubs merge

Maple Leung, Staffer March 10, 2023

After weeks of discussion and deliberation, Film and Photography Club officers have made plans to merge the two clubs into one: the Film and Photo Society. Conflicting meeting times and shared members...

These notable students and staff were recognized by the FUHSD Board of Trustees and FUHSD Leadership in the Board Room of the District Office on March 7.

Lynbrook celebrates exceptional students and faculty

Anushka Anand, Managing Editor March 10, 2023

After evaluating nominations submitted by Lynbrook students, staff and parents, the Lynbrook Site Council has chosen their two employees of the year, two Poster Students for the Class of 2023, recipient...

The Ethnic Studies/Health course will be piloted by incoming freshmen in the 2023-24 school year, and mandatory for all freshmen the year after.

Health/Ethnic Studies offered in 2023-24

Elizabeth Cheng, Editor-in-Chief March 10, 2023

The Ethnic Studies/Health elective is now open to FUHSD incoming freshmen as part of the 2023-24 school year. FUHSD aims to have approximately 60 students at each school to be enrolled in one semester...

Some long-distance track team members took a two-mile hike through the snowy forest.

Snow hits close to home in the Bay Area

Nicole Ge, Staffer March 10, 2023

On Feb. 21, a rare snowstorm hit parts of all nine counties in the Bay Area. Road closures and traffic troubled some while others were thrilled to experience the snowfall — for many, their first sighting...

Through the MVSSAP, students who live in the Homestead High School attendance boundaries are elligible to apply to attend Monta Vista High School for their entire high school tenure, beginning in the 2023-2024 school year.

New program allows students to attend Monta Vista

Riki Murase, Social Media Manager March 10, 2023

To mitigate the adverse effects of declining enrollment for FUHSD schools, the district has introduced the Monta Vista Supplemental School Assignment Program for incoming freshmen from the Homestead attendance...

Minimum wages across the Bay Area increased after the enactment of Senate Bill Three.

New year updates to minimum wages and taxes

Ashley Huang, Sports Editor February 6, 2023

In January, minimum wages increased across the Bay Area after the enactment of Senate Bill 3 and the ongoing voting of the Fair Tax Act. With these two updates, household incomes may dramatically change...

Santa Clara County passed a bill on Jan. 10 to invest millions of dollars into mental health programs, working to strengthen the overall community mental health support system.

Santa Clara County’s investment in mental health

Audrey Sun, Staffer February 6, 2023

Due to rising rates of suicides and drug overdoses, Santa Clara County declared a mental health crisis as of January 2022. In response, the county passed a bill on Jan. 10 to invest millions of dollars...

NCHS, ArtReach and CSF hosted various events and crafted traditional decorations and toys, uniting students through Chinese culture.

Clubs celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

Alyssa Wang and Eileen Zhu February 6, 2023

Red couplets, golden lanterns and firecrackers mark the beginning of Lunar New Year. Lynbrook clubs, including National Chinese Honor Society, ArtReach and California Scholarship Federation hosted various...