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Mirador Delves Into MHS Couples’ Lives

Madeliene Neuburger

May 28, 2010

Filed under Entertainment

At Miramonte High School couples exist within every clique or group of friends. Mirador had the pleasure of investigating a select few group of couples who are widely known among students. In order to find out how well these... Read more »

Joaquin Moraga Adobe Faces Development

Hannah Tennant

May 28, 2010

Filed under News

Situated directly below Moraga Country Club’s golf course and atop the neighborhood surrounding Del Rey sits the Joaquin Moraga Adobe. Last year, the land was sold and the new owners and developers are trying to pass permits... Read more »

Parcel Tax Falls Short of Solution

May 28, 2010

Filed under Opinion

The Measure A Parcel Tax officially passed on May 4.  Mirador, one of many academic programs threatened by the recent year’s budget cuts, devoted our last three editorials urging people in the community to vote “Yes.” ... Read more »

Top Fans of Mirador

Brooke Woodward and Elizabeth Lenczowski

May 28, 2010

Filed under Feature

Chances are if you are reading this article, you’re a Mirador fan. However, chances are your fandom pales in comparison to seniors Emma LeHocky, Molly Fehr, and Phoebe Schmidt. These enthusiasts plan their “Mirador... Read more »

FIFA World Cup 2010: South Africa

Jeremy Unger

May 28, 2010

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Although most Americans don’t follow the World’s Game, every four years the U.S. national team faces off against 31 other countries competing for the title of world’s best soccer team. This year’s contest, which is... Read more »

Forstall Foreign Influence in Haiti with Education

Eric Hass

May 28, 2010

Filed under Feature

The earthquake in Haiti crippled college education there, with 90% of university buildings destroyed and about 15% of the university population perished. Professors now hold classes outside with megaphones and lecture to hundreds.... Read more »

Law Banning Video Games Violates Freedom of Speech

Caroline Cook

May 28, 2010

Filed under Opinion

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a law in 2005 banning the sale or rental of violent video games to minors, in addition to creating strict labeling requirements for video game manufacturers. Violators of this act... Read more »

Lafayette Charitable Group Life Thrives

Mackenzie Lee

May 28, 2010

Filed under Feature

During the 1960s communal living was a popular but short-lived fad. With communal living comes decisions that need to made by the group as a whole. This made keeping communes happy and together difficult. But in the late 1960s... Read more »

Pull a Perfect Prank

Evelyn Alper

May 28, 2010

Filed under Entertainment

The senior prank is a time honored tradition and an opportunity impossible to pass up. It’s hard to find the right prank that leaves your mark yet doesn’t harm school property. This is why Mirador has compiled... Read more »

Former Teacher Sentenced to Two Years in State Prison

Caroline Cook and Jeremy Unger

May 28, 2010

Filed under News

Eight months after he was arrested, former Miramonte English teacher Mark Litton was sentenced on Tuesday, May 18. Litton was arrested by Walnut Creek police at Miramonte High School, on Friday September 10. He was charged with... Read more »