Simone Kennel to be M-A’s Next Principal

Simone Kennel to be M-A’s Next Principal

Natalie Silverman, Copy-Editor
April 16, 2015
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It has recently been announced that Simone Kennel has been appointed the position of principal.

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A Night to Remember: M-A’s 2015 Casino Royale Prom

A Night to Remember: M-A’s 2015 Casino Royale Prom

Kyra Sheeper and Lauren McLaughlin
April 14, 2015
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M-A’s 2015 exciting Casino Royale themed prom was held at the prestigious Bently Reserve in San Francisco on April 10th.

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NY Times Columnist Speaks to the ‘College Admissions Mania’

NY Times Columnist Speaks to the ‘College Admissions Mania’

Miranda Simes and Danielle Balestra
April 12, 2015
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On Monday, New York Times journalist Frank Bruni visited M-A to discuss the themes of his new novel, “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be,” as a part of the Parent Education Series. Students and parents alike attended the PTA-sponsored event and engaged in an informal round-table discussion guided... Read more »

A Timeline of Upcoming Concerts and Music Festivals

A Timeline of Upcoming Concerts and Music Festivals

Danielle Balestra and Lauren McLaughlin
April 7, 2015
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Looking for concerts near by this spring to relax during the semester? Have nothing planned this summer? Look into buying tickets to these upcoming concerts and music festivals!

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California Instates New Water Conservation Laws Amid Drought

California Instates New Water Conservation Laws Amid Drought

Erin Perrine and Miranda Simes
April 7, 2015
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On Tuesday, March 17, several new California water conservation laws took effect in a statewide effort to help relieve the drought. The laws passed are intended to limit both commercial and residential water use.

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Facebook CPO Donates $1 Million to East Palo Alto Nonprofit

Facebook CPO Donates $1 Million to East Palo Alto Nonprofit

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
April 2, 2015
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Facebook Chief Product Officer Chris Cox’s donated $1 million to E.P.A’s nonprofit group, Live in Peace, on March 9th.

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UCLA and UC Berkeley to Limit Number of Out-of-State Students

UCLA and UC Berkeley to Limit Number of Out-of-State Students

Miranda Simes and Danielle Balestra
April 2, 2015
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In the coming academic year, UC Los Angeles and UC Berkeley will limit the number of out-of-state students it accepts.

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Students React to Bomb Threat at Woodside High School

Natalie Silverman, Copy Editor
April 2, 2015
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This morning, students at Woodside High School evacuated after a reported bomb threat.

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International Festival Delivers a Taste of Different Cultures

International Festival Delivers a Taste of Different Cultures

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
March 26, 2015
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Leadership held its second annual international festival in an effort to introduce students to different cultures.

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HanaHaus Coffeehouse and Innovation Center Comes to Palo Alto

HanaHaus Coffeehouse and Innovation Center Comes to Palo Alto

Siena Hooper, Reporter
March 19, 2015
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HanaHaus café and innovation center is coming to Palo Alto. HanaHaus will be open to the public on Thursday March 19th.

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M-A Christian Club to Support Paly After Recent Tragedy

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
March 18, 2015
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On March 19, the M-A Christian Club will be on the green at lunch with posters for students to sign, offering support to the Palo Alto High School community after its recent tragedy.

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Menlo Park’s Irish Connections Strengthened On St. Paddy’s Day

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
March 18, 2015
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The Mayor of Galway arrived in Menlo Park yesterday to attend a City Council meeting.

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