The Evolution of the GSA

The Evolution of the GSA

Daniel Pedreiro, Reporter
January 25, 2015
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Read about how the GSA Club has changed and grown over the years at M-A.

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Simone Kennel: Her Life Story and Passion for Education

Simone Kennel: Her Life Story and Passion for Education

Natalie Silverman and Siena Hooper
January 21, 2015
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Did you know that Mrs. Kennel was born in South Africa? Or that she wants to go to culinary school? Check out this article for a look into Mrs. Kennel's past!

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Menlo Park in the 50s

Menlo Park in the 50s

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
January 13, 2015
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Long time resident of Menlo Park, Barbra Wood, offers her views on the changes the city has undergone since the 1950s. Check out this cool story that shows what Menlo Park was like in the 50s.

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M-A Teacher Takes a Spin on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

M-A Teacher Takes a Spin on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

Kyra Sheeper and Lexi Lobdell
January 13, 2015
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Computer Academy teacher Chris Rubin, and his younger brother, Josh Rubin, recently participated in the Wheel of Fortune television show. Read this article to find out their experience on the show.

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Social Media Trends by Grade

Social Media Trends by Grade

Sarah Howell, Reporter
January 13, 2015
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Can't find that freshman in your math class on Facebook or that senior in biology on Instagram? Here's why...

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Undocumented Students Face Additional Struggles Applying to College

Undocumented Students Face Additional Struggles Applying to College

Sebastian Chavez, Reporter
December 24, 2014
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Many students around M-A face difficult roadblocks when applying to college due to their undocumented status.

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at M-A Today

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at M-A Today

Lexi Lobdell and Natalie Silverman
December 15, 2014
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The idea of a video announcement show started about ten years ago but has just last year turned into a reality through the creation of M-A Today. Check out this article for a brief history of the show!

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KCEA FM 89.1: A Look into M-A’s Radio Station

KCEA FM 89.1: A Look into M-A’s Radio Station

Joey Martin, Reporter
December 9, 2014
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M-A has a radio station? Learn more about the oldies station that is currently broadcasted from M-A.

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‘The Political Line:’ Keith Haring at the De Young Museum

‘The Political Line:’ Keith Haring at the De Young Museum

Natalie Silverman and Miranda Simes
December 9, 2014
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The Keith Haring exhibit comes to the De Young Museum in San Francisco.

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What Really is Ebola?

What Really is Ebola?

Danielle Balestra, Reporter
December 2, 2014
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Learn about the 2014 outbreak, the real facts of Ebola, and M-A students' contribution to the cause.

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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Resources

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Resources

Sarah Howell and Sebastian Chavez
November 18, 2014
Filed under Features

In solidarity with those affected by the recent tragedies in our community, M-A Bear News has compiled a list of student counseling resources.

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Our Favorite Children’s Movies, Songs, and Nursery Rhymes: Are They What They Seem?

Our Favorite Children’s Movies, Songs, and Nursery Rhymes: Are They What They Seem?

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
November 18, 2014
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Although their intentions are usually good, many popular children's movies, songs, and nursery rhymes are quite disturbing.

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