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In Mark Twains book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the use of the racial slurs accurately depicts the time period the book was set in.

Controversial writing communicates powerful messages

Rohan Kakhandiki and Taek Kim April 29, 2024

Lynbrook Drama’s spring play, “The Laramie Project,” stood out and prompted debate due to its mature subject matter. The play is based on the story of Matthew Shepard, a gay man who was beaten and...

Through Weekend Writings, Eileen slowly became more fluent in English and found a new method to express herself.

Expressing myself through pen and paper

Eileen Zhu, In-Depth Editor April 1, 2024

While many of my kindergarten classmates went to lunch ecstatic and hungry, I went to lunch every day on a mission: to make a friend. My dad always advised me to make friends by following the other kids...

Out of the options presented at the board meeting, the district should choose to pursue the second option: phasing out one world language class from each FUHSD school besides Lynbrook and Homestead High School.

Editorial: District should preserve world language classes

Epic Staff December 11, 2023

Following a period of deliberation, during the Nov. 7 meetings the FUHSD board announced their updated proposals concerning the future of the schools’ world language courses amid declining enrollment.....

In high school, Olivia worked hard to improve her Mandarin skills, which led her back to her Chinese roots.

Rediscovering fluency

Olivia Yuan, Staffer December 11, 2023

Olivia is the name my friends and teachers call me. For the most part, it’s an adequate definition of who I am. But it’s not the full story; in fact, Olivia began as an extension, added only to accompany...

In order for a language to be preserved, it must contain healthy enrollment numbers. This signals the district that if the language were to be maintained in the future it could be sustained over the 5 language levels of each course.

FUHSD revisits world language removal discussion

Lilly Wu, Opinion Editor December 11, 2023

The original plan, Option A, was to remove one language from each FUHSD school (French from Fremont, Chinese from Homestead, Japanese from Lynbrook, Cupertino, and Monta Vista) The new plan,...

Lost in translation.

Lost in translation.

Susanna Tang and Valerie Shu May 22, 2023

Exploring how language influences day-to-day communication and culture.