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Cecily Schmidt Wins County Poetry Out Loud

February 16, 2011

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by Meredith White After a victorious recitation of Gregory Djanikian’s poem “Mrs. Caldera’s House of Things” on Feb. 13, junior Cecily Schmidt took home the grand prize from the county Poetry Out Loud competition. Poetry... Read more »

NFL Wrap-Up

Brian Tan

February 16, 2011

Filed under Sports

It was fitting that the two most storied franchises in football history competed for sport’s most valuable prize, the Super Bowl.  The Pittsburgh Steelers, with their countless blitz schemes powered by strong safety and Defensive... Read more »

Cal Sports Return!!

Caroline Cook

February 11, 2011

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Newest Development in Ongoing Cal Sports Debacle: Three of Five Eliminated Teams Saved   Chancellor Robert Birgeneau announced today that Men’s Rugby, Women’s Gymnastics and Women’s Lacrosse... Read more »

Reinstatement of Cal Sports A Possibility

Caroline Cook

February 9, 2011

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Last September, University of California Berkeley eliminated five of its intercollegiate sports programs in an attempt to save an estimated $4 million a year. Attributing the cuts to a worsening budget situation, University Chancellor... Read more »

Miramonte Student Sparks New CA Legislation

Alex Seclow

February 5, 2011

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Senior Caroline Cook writes about Joe Loudon’s death and ignites Assembly Bill 1999 Last year, Caroline Cook, a Miramonte junior at the time, wrote an article titled “‘911 immunity laws’ for... Read more »

Die-Hard Fans Support MHS Sports

Brian Friel

February 4, 2011

Filed under Feature, Top Stories

If you’ve ever attended a Miramonte sporting event, chances are you’ve seen them. As the self-proclaimed “old guys of Miramonte,” the five are in the stands for nearly every game of nearly every sport, both boys and girls. But... Read more »

Vicious Birds Prey on Miramonte

Dani Vignos and Meredith White

February 4, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

Everybody loves nature. Everyone loves puppies and rabbits and sunshine and rainbows, but there is an exception. One glaring exception. Alfred Hitchcock has brought the sequel of his goose bump-provoking picture, The Birds,... Read more »

Young Stars Dominate the Athletic Arena

Aleck Ryner

February 4, 2011

Filed under Sports

In sports, everyone is always trying to find the “next big thing.” Young superstars are exciting and they help every sports’ fan bases. The fans want to see players do amazing things in their early twenties, that nobody... Read more »

Men’s Soccer Team Tries to Pick Up the Pace

Annie Odell

February 4, 2011

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The men’s varsity soccer team continues the season with an even stronger sense of determination and commitment. After loser key players Eric Sassano, Michael Pitt, and Trevor Gorham to graduation last year, the new team is... Read more »

Students Share a Variety of Music Tastes

February 4, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

From Jay-Z to Tchaikovsky, MHS students enjoy listening to all kinds of music. Mirador explored Miramonte students’ musical tastes and discovered interests in a variety of genres. The students below shared their... Read more »