Local Water Districts Begin Reductions in Compliance with Drought Mandates

Local Water Districts Begin Reductions in Compliance with Drought Mandates

Miranda Simes, Editor-in-Chief
June 8, 2015
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Read about local restrictions and navigate the map to find out what water district serves your household.

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Student Designs M-A’s Own Snapchat Geofilter

Student Designs M-A’s Own Snapchat Geofilter

Danielle Balestra, Reporter
May 14, 2015
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Early this year, Snapchat began accepting submitted ‘Geofilters,’ location-specific borders one can apply to Snapchat photos or videos. This April, Snapchat activated an M-A Geofilter that senior Sara Solomon created.

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Pride Pals Club Hosts Prom For Special Education Students

Kelly Woods, Reporter
May 12, 2015
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Last Thursday, the Pride Pals club hosted their first prom for Ms. Price's Independent Learning System (ILS) students. Pride Pals President Sami Gaston explained, "Often students with various disabilities feel uncomfortable taking part in activities that the rest of the student body participates... Read more »

LHC Program Presents at Cal Poly

Erin Perrine and Sebastian Chavez
May 9, 2015
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Last weekend, members of M-A's LHC program traveled to Cal Poly SLO to present their finalized projects to members of the general public.

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Spare the Air Summer Season Now Through October

Spare the Air Summer Season Now Through October

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
May 6, 2015
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The official Spare the Air summer season will run from now until the end of October.

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Tennis Community Opposes New Construction Plans

Tennis Community Opposes New Construction Plans

Erin Perrine, Editor-in-Chief
May 4, 2015
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Principal Matthew Zito’s proposal to build a new two-story building in the current location of M-A’s seventh tennis court has been met with vehement protest from the tennis community.

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National Honor Society Holds Annual Induction Ceremony

National Honor Society Holds Annual Induction Ceremony

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
May 3, 2015
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On Thursday, April 30th, the NHS held its yearly induction ceremony for its new sophomore and junior members.

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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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