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Cafeteria Food Is Falling Down in the Health Department

Chris Berg, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The cafeteria food at Miramonte is mediocre at best, and overpriced. The reason it is so unappetizing is the government regulations that call for making the cafeteria food more healthier. However, it has had adverse effects, such...

Measles Makes a Sudden Comeback

Evan McClure, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The recent measles outbreak began at Disneyland in Orange County in mid-December 2014, when at least 40 people who were working or visiting contracted measles. Now measles has spread to at least half a dozen states, and some cases...

Clickbait is Not Journalism

Chris Berg and Andrew Deaver, Staff Writers

March 17, 2015

Filed under Opinion

A recent article submitted online by News24/680 entitled “Good Kid, Bad Kid...Rich Kid, Poor”  received a lot of attention. This article lacks journalism etiquette and the writer clearly lacks an understanding of the issues...

Reflections on Racism

Kenyon Watson, Entertainment Editor

March 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

As inhabitants of the “Orinda Bubble,” most people rarely see the effects of racism outside of media coverage. Although we are incredibly fortunate to live in such a safe and protected environment, it can make it difficult...

Senior Lot Over Run by Desperate Parents

Maddie Geary, Business Manager

March 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

One of the best parts of finally being a senior at Miramonte is getting access to the convenient senior lot. Not only is it rewarding to be able to pick a spot next to your friends, but it also gives seniors a sense of accomplishment...

Pro/Con: Should Greek Life be Accepted?

Pro/Con: Should Greek Life be Accepted?

Spencer Hardwick and Olivia Vigo, Social Media Coordinator and Staff Writer

March 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

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