M-A Students Should Be Aware of How They Spend Their Money

M-A Students Should Be Aware of How They Spend Their Money

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
May 18, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Curious about how students spend their money? Want ideas for how you can positively impact our community? Check out this complied data and opinion!

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What Does the Easter Bunny Have to do with Easter?

What Does the Easter Bunny Have to do with Easter?

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
April 9, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

What does the Easter Bunny have to do with the Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ?

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Is Open House a Waste of Time?

Elizabeth McColloch, Reporter
April 9, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Although Open House offers parents a chance to see the work their students have done throughout the year, students, teachers and parents could better spend their time elsewhere.

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Under Pressure: A Look at the Unhealthy Level of Student Stress

Under Pressure: A Look at the Unhealthy Level of Student Stress

Miranda Simes, Copy Editor
March 31, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

A three-part series covering the effects of academic pressure on student anxiety.

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Challenging Government and Economics: A Convenient but Study-Intensive Option

Challenging Government and Economics: A Convenient but Study-Intensive Option

Danielle Balestra, Reporter
February 26, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Testing out of government and economics is not for everyone; however, it is a convenient option for students who want more freedom with their schedules.

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Field Trips Are Fundamentally Lacking at M-A

Field Trips Are Fundamentally Lacking at M-A

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
February 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Field trips provide a firsthand experience and sometimes much needed visual on a subject that students are learning about in class.

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Black Friday is the New Thanksgiving

Black Friday is the New Thanksgiving

Lauren McLaughlin, Reporter
November 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Black Friday has taken over America's beloved traditional and family-centered holiday, Thanksgiving.

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Why Bullying Culture Thrives at M-A

Sarah Howell, Reporter
November 24, 2014
Filed under Opinion

We continue to see M-A polarized based on race and socioeconomic status; students are not only divided in the classes they decide to take, but they socialize in different areas of the school. Though the tension is declining as the weather cools, the strain between the students and staff still exists... Read more »

To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

Annie Harrier, Reporter
October 26, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Think before you tweet.

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We may not Have a Rape Culture, but our Culture is to not Talk About Rape

Anonymous
June 2, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Sexual abuse and violence, especially in school settings, has been a prominent issue recently.

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AP Testing Prices Are Too High

Capri Zelaya
May 6, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Sexual abuse and violence, especially in school settings, has been a prominent issue recently.

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“The Green” is Not “The Brown”: Evidence of California’s Drought Absent on Campus

Georgia Reid
April 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Sexual abuse and violence, especially in school settings, has been a prominent issue recently.

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