• Social Situations: The Great Perhaps

    Social Situations: The Great Perhaps

    Claire Marvin, Columns and Reviews Editor

    May 23, 2014

    I recently read the book Looking for Alaska by John Green. As your average over-stressed and over-scheduled teenager, prior to reading this novel, I hadn’t read a good book outside of my required 12th grade English curriculum in quite some time. Even though I might have been out of the recreational... READ MORE »»

  • Oakland Strokes Rowers Sweep Regionals

    Oakland Strokes Rowers Sweep Regionals

    Cole Sitar, Staff Writer

    May 19, 2014

    Months of hard training finally paid off for the Oakland Strokes Rowing Club when it dominated the 2014 Southwest Junior Regional Rowing Championships on May 2-4. Over the three days of gruelling competition at Lake Natoma, Oakland qualified for National Championships with both the mens’ and womens’... READ MORE »»

    The Oakland Strokes Varsity 8+ Men beat Marin in an extremely close race

    H. Deuel

  • How To Lead a Satisfied Life: LIVE

    How To Lead a Satisfied Life: LIVE

    Elizabeth Chenok, Staff Writer

    May 19, 2014

    "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all." ~Oscar Wilde As I close off my career as a world-renowned columnist, I reflected through my pieces and the different messages I was sending out to the universe as advice, and I realized there’s a common theme through all... READ MORE »»

    S. Haggerty/MCT

  • Falling Free

    Falling Free

    Elena Wasserman, Staff Writer

    May 14, 2014

    Well it’s impossible for me to start writing my column without being a little nostalgic of high school. Not sure if any of you have realized, but the school year will be ending in less than a month, and the seniors will be throwing up their graduation caps on a hot sunny day on the Miramonte field... READ MORE »»

    E. Wasserman


What’s On a Teacher’s Desk?

What’s On a Teacher’s Desk?

Molly Swain, Staff Writer

Sitting in math teacher Mary Anne Whitaker’s classroom, you might notice the row of 13 Beanie Baby dogs gazing lovingly at the rows of seats. Or the framed pictures of her...  Read More »

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Cole Sitar

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Staff Writer Junior Cole Sitar is excited to be a first year staff writer for the Mirador. When he isn’t writing, Cole spends his time running for Miramonte track and cross country, and hanging...  Read More »

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Schools Integrate Common Core

Libby Dunne, Staff Writer

Common Core testing is now being adopted by many schools around the nation. But with this adoption comes many changes and different standards that will need to be taught to...  Read More »

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Top 10 Miramonte Athletes of 2013-2014

Chris Berg, Guest Writer

The 2013-2014 year in Miramonte sports has been jam-packed with achievements. Although there are numerous successful athletes that contributed to their team’s success, Mirador...  Read More »

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Move Second Semester Finals One Week Earlier

Libby Dunne, Staff Writer

It’s the last week of school, and all Miramonte students can think about is their upcoming summer: summer plans, sleeping in and stress-free days. Even though students are...  Read More »

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Garden Promotes Greener Miramonte

Garden Promotes Greener Miramonte

Youngjoo Ahn, Staff Writer

Every year, the environmental crisis is proving to be more severe. Winters in the East Coast, Michigan and Chicago have reached the temperature of Mars at night. Droughts...  Read More »

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