The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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Students stamp their thumb prints to conduct their fingerprint analysis.

Forensic Science Club investigates criminal activities

Tanika Anbu April 5, 2022

Like every crime TV show, Forensic Science Club has a new lead every week to investigate and inspect. During the month of March, members looked at new topics ranging from fingerprint analysis to police...

Education administratives may change the math curriculum if proposals are approved.

New math guidelines bring integrated courses, not integrals

Elizabeth Cheng and Nicole Ge December 7, 2021

In February 2021, the Instructional Quality Commission, the advisory body to the California Board of Education, released new guidelines for mathematical education. If approved in July 2022, the guidelines...

The prioritization of profit in Lynbrook STEM culture

Lillian Fu March 17, 2021

Sitting in the heart of Silicon Valley, Lynbrook is an overwhelmingly STEM-based school with a student body that largely goes on to pursue careers in the tech industry. However, the current profitability...

Seniors Claire Tang and Eshani Jha were named Regeneron STS finalists, with senior David Hu closely following as a semifinalist.

Lynbrook tops Regeneron Science Talent Search with 2 finalists, 1 semifinalist

Crystal Qian January 23, 2021

On Jan. 7, seniors Claire Tang, David Hu and Eshani Jha were named among the 300 semifinalists of the 2021 Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS), the most prestigious nationwide STEM competition for high...

For some, the expectations that arise from living in the Bay Area are a burden, not a blessing.

Stuck in the world of STEM

Bennie Chang May 25, 2020

Silicon Valley. With beaches to the west, mountains to the east, a bay to the north and plains to the south — not to mention the glowing summer sun that stretches for nine long months — who could ask...

Out of stock: lack of NASA spacesuit sizes highlights gender inequality in STEM

NASA’s cancelled all-female spacewalk: persisting gender inequality in STEM

Michelle Lum April 29, 2019

Imagine being one of the two women set to participate in the first all-female spacewalk. Then, imagine being told that only one woman would be able to go — the other would be replaced by a male astronaut....

STEM students present inspiring research

STEM students present inspiring research

Elena Williams March 29, 2019

As students, staff and parents made their way through the bustling library, Lynbrook’s young scientists gestured to their trifolds, hoping to stand out in a room filled with big ideas. At the STEM Expo...