Almost a Decade of History That Still Thrives Today: Webb Ranch

Almost a Decade of History That Still Thrives Today: Webb Ranch

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
October 24, 2014
Filed under Features, Top Stories

An old but unforgettable farm, ranch and pumpkin patch, Webb Ranch today is still a central part of Silicon Valley.

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CSF: the California Scholarship Federation Explained

CSF: the California Scholarship Federation Explained

Miranda Simes, Copy Editor
October 20, 2014
Filed under Features, Top Stories

What is CSF? Learn about the California Scholarship Federation at M-A.

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Q&A With Wade Roush: Guidance for High School Students

Q&A With Wade Roush: Guidance for High School Students

Alex Brieger, Reporter
October 17, 2014
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Wade Roush is the acting director of MIT's Knight Science Journalism program. He has some advice for students who are thinking about their futures.

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“African Library Project” Helps to Create Libraries Throughout Africa

“African Library Project” Helps to Create Libraries Throughout Africa

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
October 15, 2014
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Founded by Chris Bradshaw, the African Library Project seeks to create access to information for Africans who are in need of books. With the help of friends and giving members of society, the non-profit organization has thrived.

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Menlo Park Fire Station Holds 14th Annual Pancake Breakfast

Menlo Park Fire Station Holds 14th Annual Pancake Breakfast

Elizabeth McColloch and Kyra Sheeper
October 12, 2014
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Last Saturday, the Menlo Park Fire Station hosted its fourteenth annual pancake breakfast in an effort to raise money to support burn victims.

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LHC Program Presents Unique Research Opportunity for M-A Students

LHC Program Presents Unique Research Opportunity for M-A Students

Natalie Silverman, Copy Editor
October 3, 2014
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M-A astronomy and physics teacher Kevin Coulombe has helped formed a group called M-A Large Highschool Colliders (LHC) for science-oriented students who wish to learn more about a specific scientific topic.

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Freshman Brings Home Semifinalist Science Fair Award

Freshman Brings Home Semifinalist Science Fair Award

Joey Ellefritz, Social Media Manager
October 2, 2014
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Freshman Patrick Kao made it to the semi-finals of the state science fair with his work regarding space-flight simulation. Even without continuing on to be a finalist, Kao's work is very impressive at such a young age.

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A Look into Some Clubs You May Not Know About at M-A

A Look into Some Clubs You May Not Know About at M-A

Kelly Woods and Kyra Sheeper
October 2, 2014
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With Club Rush just around the corner, we decided to highlight a couple clubs we found interesting and thought the M-A community should know about. Read about a couple of the cool clubs at M-A and then be sure to go to Club Rush and visit all of the tables you can!

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Closetclicks: Join The Click

Closetclicks: Join The Click

Kyra Sheeper, Reporter
October 2, 2014
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Closetclicks.com is an online platform, created by three M-A graduates, that allows members to shop for and share outfits with friends. The founders have presented M-A students who sign up for the site with a special opportunity to win a free outfit of their creation!

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M-A Swim Coach Bobby Bollier Trains for the Olympics

M-A Swim Coach Bobby Bollier Trains for the Olympics

Lexi Lobdell, Copy Editor
September 29, 2014
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M-A's assistant swim coach, Bobby Bollier, is currently training to represent the United States in the Olympic Games in 2016. Bollier currently holds the seventh fastest time for the 200 meter butterfly in U.S. history. In 2012 he missed qualifying for the Olympics by one place, receiving third instead... Read more »

Ann’s Coffee Shop: A Historical Landmark of Menlo Park

Ann’s Coffee Shop: A Historical Landmark of Menlo Park

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
September 29, 2014
Filed under Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Ann's Coffee Shop, opened in 1946, is one of the oldest restaurants in Menlo Park.

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Dota 2 and League of Legends Club New to Menlo-Atherton

Dota 2 and League of Legends Club New to Menlo-Atherton

Daniel Pedreiro, Reporter
September 29, 2014
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Senior Ilya Mednick's Dota 2 and League of Legends club is new to Menlo-Atherton this year and unites fans of the videogames in a single group.

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