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Breakout Session Inspired by Need for Community Discussion

Sofia Ruiz, Opinion Editor

December 16, 2016

Filed under News

“What words hurt you?” Teachers around the school sat with their students last Thursday to engage in a discussion about acceptance and diversity. Students saw various pictures of graffiti and notes that contained hate spee... Read more »

City Supports Downtown Orinda Renewal

Thomas Marriner, Staff Writer

December 15, 2016

Filed under News

Orinda is in close proximity to many vibrant communities, but many Orinda residents feel that their city’s vivacity is lagging behind. Orinda City Councilwoman Darlene Gee champions this sentiment. “There are quite a large... Read more »

The Walkout

Kendall Roberts, Co-Managing Editor

November 30, 2016

Filed under News, Top Stories

As the clock strikes 10:30, there is a flurry of movement. No bell has rung, no alarm has sounded, yet the halls flood with crowds of students, all on their way towards the quad, the epicenter of Miramonte. Ignoring threats of... Read more »

Acalanes High School Experiences Lockdown

Thomas Marriner and Maxwell Kreutzelman

November 4, 2016

Filed under News

Acalanes High School was more than the talk of the town on October 13th—it was the focus of many Bay Area news organizations after a car thief made his way onto the campus of the Lafayette high school, resulting in a lockdown. W... Read more »

The Great Shakeout Drill

Reagan Tierney and Kiki Immel

October 20, 2016

Filed under News

Today, October 20th,  Miramonte will be participating in the statewide Great Shakeout Drill. Administration will sound the alarm at the beginning of third period and students will evacuate to the field. Once on the field, stud... Read more »


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