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COVID-19 podcast: Indesign final episode

COVID-19 podcast: Indesign final episode

Audrey Wong

May 30, 2020

In the final episode of the Indesign series, we interviewed designer Catherine Li, who shares her experience with designing for the models and what it is like backstage. Check out the other episodes in this series: COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 1: https://lhsepic.com/8004/multime...

COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 2

COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 2

Kaylin Li

May 30, 2020

In this episode, we interview Indesign model Rishima Tewari. She describes what it's like being a model and what it's like now that the Indesign fashion show is canceled. Check out the other episodes in this series: COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 1: https://lhsepic.com/8004/multimedia/covid-19...

COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 1

COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 1

Audrey Wong

May 30, 2020

In this first episode of the Indesign series of our COVID-19 podcast, we interviewed president Elise Jang, who shares what it is like to plan the show and what their current plans are. Check out the other episodes in this series: COVID-19 podcast: Indesign episode 2: https://lhsepic.com/800...

FBLA

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

After months of preparation, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members had high hopes of success at their annual leadership conference in April, so the conference’s cancellation came as a great disappointment. Before school shut down in response to COVID-19, club members had opportunities ...

Interact

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

One club that has experienced major changes amidst the COVID-19 crisis is Interact, one of the biggest community service clubs on campus. In response to the stay-at-home order and the general concerns about public health, Interact had to cancel numerous events including several in-person guest speaker...

Animal Services and Protection

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

Distancing during quarantine doesn’t just affect human to human contact. Animal and human interactions and socializing have also been somewhat restricted. Animal rescue centers are not considered essential businesses during quarantine, so for Lynbrook’s Animal Services and Protection (ASAP) club, whi...

Clubs keep active during shelter-in-place

Clubs keep active during shelter-in-place

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

Clubs are a vibrant aspect of the Lynbrook community. Through clubs students explore their interests and interact with other students of similar passions, contribute to causes they believe in and gain new skills and experiences. Due to unprecedented early closure of school, many clubs found their usual ac...

Impact of coronavirus on standardized testing

Impact of coronavirus on standardized testing

Priyanka Anand and Sunny Li

May 29, 2020

With the cancellation of standardized testing in spring 2020 because of COVID-19, the College Board and ACT rescheduled their standardized tests for later dates in the summer and fall with plans for administering digital versions should schools stay closed. In response to the disruptions in testing t...

Positivity behind the pandemic

Positivity behind the pandemic

Sharlene Chen and Emma Cionca

May 27, 2020

A series of positive side effects has emerged from the menacing shadow of the coronavirus pandemic. Although people are understandably consumed by fear and uncertainty, it is important to take time to reflect on the good that has come of the situation. One such side effect observed during this cr...

College commitments during corona

College commitments during corona

Medha Upadhyay

May 27, 2020

The Class of 2020 has lost our prom, our senior game, our graduation, our picnics, our ditch day. We’ve put on a brave face and let it go. As everything around the world has ground to a halt, we are trying to make the best of a bad time. I’ve learned to enjoy the winding down of senior year with ten we...

The impact on student-athletes due to COVID-19

The impact on student-athletes due to COVID-19

Elliu Huang

May 27, 2020

Lynbrook’s spring sports teams started off the 2020 season with high hopes and positive mindsets until the COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools across California, effectively cancelling all spring sporting practices and eventss. Optimism for the 2020 season stemmed from a solid start and encouraging victori...

Teaching from home: a new reality for teachers

Despite the difficulties of teaching online, teachers now have more time to spend with their family.

Diana Kohr and Pranav Mishra

May 27, 2020

For centuries, the traditional classroom has remained virtually unchanged: desks and chairs, pens and notebooks, teachers and students. The onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, has radically changed this image, forcing teachers to rethink their strategies in order to adapt to online learning. At...

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