The Epic

Epic staff members try to make gingerbread houses in 10 minutes

Dhriti Iyer, Medha Upadhyay, Christy Yu, Anusha Kothari, Srinidhi Seshadri, and Nicole Ong

December 14, 2018


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Epic staff members Medha Upadhyay, Christy Yu, Dhriti Iyer and Anusha Kothari challenged themselves to make a festive gingerbread house in under 10 minutes. ...

Buster lends a helping paw

Buster lends a helping paw

Rachel Wu

December 14, 2018


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One unique member of the Lynbrook community always catches people's eyes as he walks around campus. Just four years old, he has his own staff ID card, walks on all fours and has a unique smile. This is Buster, Lynbrook’s very own service dog. Buster, a goldendoodle with black, curly fur, has a calm...

Lynbrook basketball team plays alumni in annual Alumni Basketball game

Lynbrook basketball team plays alumni in annual Alumni Basketball game

Enzo Cabaltica

December 3, 2018


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On Wednesday, Nov. 21, the Lynbrook varsity basketball team played a team of Lynbrook alumni at the annual Alumni Basketball game. The game was exciting to watch and both teams displayed their skills. The alumni won the game 64-60. All photos by Enzo Cabaltica...

Student health vs. Education: should schools close due to poor air quality?

Student health vs. Education: should schools close due to poor air quality?

Arul Gnanasivam

December 3, 2018


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The once bright blue sky turned into a muddy grey when the smoke from the nearby Woodland and Chico fires advanced toward the Bay Area. As smoke enveloped Northern California, district officials and school administration focused their efforts on protecting student health, debating whether school should ...

Dedicated or desensitized?: Athletes continue to train hard as smoke envelops California

Dedicated or desensitized?: Athletes continue to train hard as smoke envelops California

Medha Upadhyay

November 30, 2018


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“Practice is cancelled again today! How will I race next weekend?” My sister bursts through the door, her voice laced with concern. We launch into a discussion, trying to decide the best workaround. Three hours later, we’re swimming indoors at our local YMCA, relieved to be able to continue practici...

Lynbrook Craft Faire 2018

Lynbrook Craft Faire 2018

Kelsey Lu

November 26, 2018


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New construction celebrated with Beam Signing Ceremony

New construction celebrated with Beam Signing Ceremony

Srinidhi Seshadri

November 17, 2018


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On Nov. 15, the Lynbrook community came together for the Beam Signing Ceremony to celebrate the construction of the new Quad and Cafeteria. Watch a quick recap of the event here:  

Senior Yajur Jadcherla: Discovering Indian culture through music

Senior Yajur Jadcherla: Discovering Indian culture through music

Patricia Wei

November 14, 2018


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Senior Yajur Jadcherla created a book illustrating songs from Indian culture. For his work, he received recognition from the Vice President of India.

Netflix’s “Queer Eye” breaks stereotypes and sparks discussion about race, gender and sexuality

Netflix’s “Queer Eye” breaks stereotypes and sparks discussion about race, gender and sexuality

Nicole Ong

November 14, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Web Exclusive

A Saturday night. As a responsible Lynbrook student, I did what any other responsible student does over any three-day weekend (note the sarcasm): completely abandon the thought of Precalculus homework (sorry, Ms. Quindipan) and other responsibilities to spend my night tucked in my bedroom, watchin...

Class of 1985 President Scott Hublou on unforgettable Homecoming

Class of 1985 President Scott Hublou on unforgettable Homecoming

Priyanka Anand and Patricia Wei

November 13, 2018


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During Homecoming week in October 1984, students walked onto campus to find a large lake covering the quad. In the middle of the lake sat an island with a volcano. On two sides of the lake were a classroom and three cars, depicting a car accident. This was the work of the senior Class of 1985, creat...

New Class, New Rules: 2022 Class Officers Revealed

New Class, New Rules: 2022 Class Officers Revealed

Kavya Iyer

November 13, 2018


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New school, new teachers, new friends, new experiences. The incoming freshman class has been introduced to the many unique facets of high school, facing excitement as well as difficulties. This year, the Class of 2022 encountered a new election timeline, resulting in the freshman class election being a...

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