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Students and Staff try Chinese Snacks

Students and Staff try Chinese Snacks

Kelsey Lu

February 19, 2018


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In honor of Lunar New Year on Feb. 16, the Epic invited students and staff to try popular childhood Chinese snacks. Thank you to juniors Abinaya Anbuchelvan, Ishika Kamchetty and teachers Jason Lee and Miguel Alderete for participating.    ...

The aftermath of Larry Nassar’s sentencing

The aftermath of Larry Nassar’s sentencing

Chelsea Li

February 17, 2018


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As each woman stepped up to the witness platform and addressed the established, kind doctor they had once trusted, their words traveled beyond the walls of Michigan’s Ingham County Courthouse, deeply felt by all who had watched the case unfold. Larry Nassar’s world began to crumble around him. ...

BTS exemplifies rise of Asian influence

BTS exemplifies rise of Asian influence

Diana Xu

February 15, 2018


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Fangirls and fanboys fix their eyes on their television screens and jump up and down in excitement with K-pop boy band BTS just seconds away from making their U.S. television debut on the 2017 American Music Awards. The boy band’s sweeping success in the U.S. has marked a new milestone in the K-pop in...

Why I hate New Year’s resolutions

Belinda Zhou

January 31, 2018


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Whether you’d like to admit it or not, you’ve probably  made a New Year's resolution sometime in your life — maybe even this past new year! Now, I’m not here to deliver some sort of uplifting and  eloquent disquisition to encourage you to adhere to your resolutions, or to give you a...

Viking wrestling team pins down all-season wins

Viking wrestling team pins down all-season wins

Jessica Li

January 29, 2018


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The referee blows the whistle, and the match is on. Senior Kennedy Miedema faces her competitor with grit and determination, wholly set on pinning the opponent down in a game-winning move. For the time being, however, she must rely on the sport’s point system to win the match: two points for a takedown...

Students and alumni on how a staff member has impacted their life

Students and alumni on how a staff member has impacted their life

January 22, 2018


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When I visited Lynbrook during my freshman year of college, I recall Mrs. Dunlap asking me if I was taking any literature classes. At the time, I was exploring new academic fields, and it never crossed my mind to enroll in an English course. And yet, my literature classes with Mrs. Dunlap were among...

Christmas in the Park

Christmas in the Park

Hatim Saifee and Arul Gnanasivam

January 18, 2018


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A park full of dazzling attractions and a Community Stage with live performances in an atmosphere of joy and merriment, San Jose’s Christmas in the Park is more than just a street lined with Christmas decorations, it’s a traditional San Jose event that reaches out to the community through variou...

Yale Acapella Group, the New Blue, performs at Lynbrook.

Yale Acapella Group, the New Blue, performs at Lynbrook.

Srinidhi Seshadri

January 18, 2018


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Yale University's All-Female Acapella group, The New Blue performed at Lynbrook on Jan. 10. Lynbrook students were able to catch an amazing performance featuring Lynbrook Alumni, Amrita Iyer (Class of 2016). Watch this video for a short recap of the event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JVpITaq...

Lynbrook: 2017 in Photos

Lynbrook: 2017 in Photos

Patricia Wei and Srinidhi Seshadri

January 9, 2018


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A new lesson learned. A game won. A memory made. Every day, Lynbrook students experience meaningful moments that altogether define their time in high school. Here are photos curated by the Epic web team, chronicling student life from January to December 2017. Here's to more lessons learned, more memories...

French Department holds Bûche De Noël Competition

French Department holds Bûche De Noël Competition

Hatim Saifee

January 5, 2018


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Tasting a delicious cake made out of chocolate, vanilla and icing with a few other toppings was the main highlight on Dec. 4 when students got slices of Yule Log cakes baked for the “Bûche de Noël” competition organized by the French Club and the French teachers. Valerie Aidan, who started teachin...

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