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By: Hardik Maheshwari & Rishabh Pandey

Climate change is not a recent topic. People have been talking about climate change since the early 19th century when people suspected natural phenomena such as the Ice Age and the greenhouse effect. It has recently become a very concerning issue because of the rapid rise in greenhouse gasses.

One of the most adverse effects of climate change is water scarcity. Water is a necessity and one can day if he/she does not drink water for a couple of days. It is also needed for basic tasks such as showering, cooking, and cleaning. Because of the constant rise in global…

How to stay in shape during quarantine for high schoolers and the importance of a good diet.

By: Aadi Sudan and Rishabh Pandey

It can be difficult to ensure that you keep a healthy lifestyle during the quarantine and continue to exercise. Being stuck at home all day limits one’s ability to work out, as you can no longer do some activities you may have once done to get exercise, such as playing sports or going to a gym. However, it is still possible to exercise, and you must maintain a healthy lifestyle because it can have many benefits for you, both in the short and long term.

Exercise is a necessity for staying healthy and keeping…

By: Zach Fischer & Aditya Bharadwaj

Our brains are strong, but not as strong as we think. As you may know, Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 is taking place May 10–16. This week of discovery has revealed the dark nature of mental illnesses that are prevalent in all areas of society. Children and students are being especially affected, as 1 in 5 of today’s youth have a “diagnosable emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorder” ( As mental health problems are becoming more of a common occurrence, it is important to stay educated on what they are and how to combat them.

We’ve seen the topic of…

By Aadi Sudan and Hardik Maheshwari

Vaccination is one of the major steps for the United States to return to normal. Finally, a little over a year later, several working vaccines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have arrived. The 3 major vaccine providers are Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson. All these vaccines are safe to use and are approved by the FDA and the CDC. If one has experienced any allergies and other reactions to vaccines, it is best to consult a doctor.

Currently, people from age 16–17 are only allowed to take the Pfizer vaccine. For people below the age of 16, the vaccine development…

By: Pramesh Karthikeyan & Arnav Dixit

As this year’s debate season comes to an end, there are quite a few significant takeaways that have come from online competitions. Due to the persistence of COVID 19 throughout the nation, all of the major Speech and Debate tournaments this season have been held online on various different platforms such as NSDA (National Speech and Debate Association) Campus, and Zoom. …

By, Arnav Dixit

Throughout the world, there are a variety of foods being influenced by social cultures. Growing up in an Indian household, I have been exposed to the authentic foods of both Indian and American cultures. I have also formed a similar passion for cooking. While acting as a necessity, cooking is a fun and enjoyable activity which proves to be extremely satisfying once the final product of food is cooked. …

By: Zach Fischer, Hardik Mahashwari, Aadi Sudan

Times are changing and sometimes it’s good to take a look at what other people are doing to stay afloat. Here’s a closer view into the lives of a few high schoolers.

Zach Fischer:

7:00 Wake up and get ready — The King’s Academy has different students on campus every other week. For the days we are online, I can stay in bed for a few more precious minutes, as I don’t have to make lunch. Other than that I’ll wash my face, brush teeth, and eat some breakfast.

By: Aditya Bharadwaj

I am Aditya Bharadwaj, and I have been a part of the instrumental music program at school since 6th grade. In 5th grade, when I was selecting my courses for 6th, I was deciding between band and “exploratory wheel”, an elective where students did 4 different activities (i.e. woodshop, cooking, art, etc). I ultimately decided on band, because I already had a modicum of knowledge when it came to reading sheet music. I decided to continue playing for these years because I enjoyed making music and performing with others. …

Lynbrook High School’s FBLA American Enterprise Project, or AEP, is a project that is designed to educate students of a range of different ages on the various aspects of entrepreneurship. Their main intent is to educate Bay Area youth about the American Enterprise System and further their knowledge on entrepreneurship in addition to the factors regarding pursuing a business. Their research began by observing the resources we had available to us within our community as well as our high school. Lynbrook High School’s student body encompasses over 1,700 students ranging from grades 9 through 12. Lynbrook is located in the…

By Aadi Sudan

School rezoning is a hotly debated issue. For those who don’t know what it is, rezoning is a process where schools change their attendance areas. In other words, the school adjusts the area in which one must live in order to go to and actually be allowed to attend the school. For instance, if a school makes it so that one has to live within 5 miles in order to attend, that means that anyone living further than 5 miles away is not permitted to go to that school, and they must instead go to another school…

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