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Plays Are Not For Extra Credit

Rebecca Gluck, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The hype about the school play has been circulating around school for a few weeks, and you’ve been looking forward to going. When you and your friends are talking about it, someone mentions that a teacher is giving students extr...

Legalization of Marijuana Benefits Economy

Reilly Moran, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Marijuana. Weed. Pot. Grass. Mary Jane. Whatever you call it, this drug is becoming a lot more popular and prevalent for minors, and the fight to legalize it has taken the US by storm. Debates about whether this drug is safe enough...

Letter to the Editor

November 21, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Dear Readers, We are writing in regard to the article in last month’s Mirador entitled “Righteous House Party Themes.” We acknowledge that the author is entitled to his opinions and has the freedom to publish them onlin...

Is Black Friday Dangerous?

Evan McClure, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November), and is often seen as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In the last decade or so, Black Friday has become the...

Common Core Picks Factual Essays Over Shakespeare

Common Core Picks Factual Essays Over Shakespeare

Meghan Rogers, Opinion Editor

November 7, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Miramonte Needs Shop Classes

Rebecca Gluck, Staff Writer

November 7, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

At the end of eighth grade, the halls of middle school were abuzz with discussion about which high school classes to sign up for. Amidst the excitement, some students were disappointed to find that Miramonte didn’t offer shop...

Meg and El’s Terrible No Good Very Bad day

Meg and El’s Terrible No Good Very Bad day

Ellie Poling and Meghan Rogers, Editor in Chief and Opinion Editor

October 21, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Starting School Later Promotes Health

Charlotte Houston and Sophie Jacques

October 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Imagine a morning not accompanied by droopy eyelids and foggy minds. Imagine waking up when your alarm clock goes off, and not feeling like you’ve risen from the dead. If school started later, this could be a reality. Nearly 90 percent of...

Gender Causes Unrealized Problems

Gender Causes Unrealized Problems

Meghan Rogers, Opinion Editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion

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