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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Free Youth Heart Screening on March 22

Natalie Silverman, Copy Editor
March 13, 2015
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Curious about your own cardiac health? Come to this free screening on Sunday, March 22!

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National Honor Society Applications Due March 13

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
March 11, 2015
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Any sophomores or juniors who participate in leadership and service activities, model good character, and have exceptional grades may consider joining the National Honor Society. Read this story for more details on how to get involved.

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Top Ten Hardest Working Cities in the U.S.

Top Ten Hardest Working Cities in the U.S.

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
March 11, 2015
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Of the top ten hardest working cities in the U.S. based on the average work hours per week, San Francisco is eighth in the nation.

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Menlo Park Looks to Redesign Ravenswood Train Crossing

Menlo Park Looks to Redesign Ravenswood Train Crossing

Lauren McLaughlin and Elizabeth McColloch
March 9, 2015
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The dangerous train crossing at Ravenswood has been a subject of debate for several years. With a new grant, Menlo Park is finally ready to take the first steps in redesign and reconstruction.

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M-A Holds Blood Drive With the American Red Cross

M-A Holds Blood Drive With the American Red Cross

Kyra Sheeper, Reporter
March 6, 2015
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M-A Leadership in partnership with the American Red Cross help another successful blood drive, receiving 60 usable donations.

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MPPC Mexicali Mission Trip Brings Joy to All

MPPC Mexicali Mission Trip Brings Joy to All

Elizabeth McColloch and Joey Martin
February 28, 2015
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Every year, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church sends a group of high school students to Mexicali for a Mission Trip. Read this article to learn about their incredible experience!

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After Recent Measles Outbreak, More People Are Considering Vaccinations

After Recent Measles Outbreak, More People Are Considering Vaccinations

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
February 27, 2015
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The recent measles outbreak reveals the increasing need for vaccination.

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M-A Students Attend Motivational Assembly

M-A Students Attend Motivational Assembly

Kyra Sheeper, Reporter
February 26, 2015
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Check out this quick recap of M-A's most recent assembly and the accompanying slideshow.

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