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#NotANumber: LHS students start movement reacting to female students getting objectified online

#NotANumber: LHS students start movement reacting to female students getting objectified online

Miloni Vora

April 26, 2016


Filed under Local, NEWS

Co-authored by Ilena Peng  n April 17 at 8:00 p.m., a senior at Lynbrook High School, LHS, who wishes to remain anonymous, updated her profile picture with the hashtag, “#NotaNumber”. The profile picture was in response to a Facebook groups recently discovered by the LHS community. “We f...

South Bay Christian clubs come together for South Bay Unite-The Journey

South Bay  Christian clubs come together for South Bay Unite-The Journey

Stephanie Lam

April 19, 2016


Filed under Briefs, Local, NEWS

Updated on April 20 8:30 pm Correction: Earlier version misspelled the first name of senior Madeleine Hellwig of Fremont High School. Hellwig's first name is spelled "Madeleine " not "Madeline" Correction: The sentence "Upon arrival, participants were greeted with free ice cream and candies, wh...

Restaurant health inspection ratings, expanded

Itay Barylka

April 19, 2016


Filed under Beyond the Magazine: News, Local, NEWS

All Street View images © Google Health inspection scores and reports may be found at https://services.sccgov.org/facilityinspection Co-reported by Devika Watave...

Silicon Valley Clean Energy proposes Community Choice Energy to residents

Silicon Valley Clean Energy proposes Community Choice Energy to residents

Malini Ramaiyer

April 17, 2016


Filed under Local, NEWS

On April 13, Silicon Valley Clean Energy held a launch reception for its first board meeting to pass Community Choice Energy (CCE). One unincorporated county and eleven cities in the Santa Clara County, including Cupertino, will work together to buy energy for residents of the Silicon Valley. Look below to learn more about what CC...

A partnership with businesses: Commercial Art students help design logos for companies around Cupertino

A partnership with businesses: Commercial Art students help design logos for companies around Cupertino

Jessica Xing

March 27, 2016


Filed under Briefs, Local

his month, the Commercial Art class got the chance to design logos, ads and flyers for local businesses around Cupertino. In 2010, JAVA teacher Debbie Frazier asked since retired Commercial Art teacher Dave Barcellos for help on a logo for her non profit, and was very pleased with the results — this year...