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WISE Struggles to Guide Students Properly

David Beal, Staff Writer

May 31, 2011

Filed under Opinion

During second semester there comes an exhilarating day for freshmen, sophomores and juniors all across campus.  Sometime in February, counselors pop into each English class and distribute that colored course sign-up sheet asking:... Read more »

Treasure Island Redevelopment

Georgia Briskey, Staff Writer

May 31, 2011

Filed under News

Just off the San Francisco shore, Treasure Island is a known but underrated landmark. Plans to redevelop and popularize the island are being updated. In early 2000, the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) initiated... Read more »

Three MHS Teachers to Retire

Caroline Cook

May 31, 2011

Filed under News

After years of sharing the gifts of language and art with the Miramonte community, French teacher Pat Bowen, Spanish teacher Doreen Wagner, and Art teacher Rosemary Jensen will retire at the end of this school year. Bowen,... Read more »

Choir to Perform in Pops Concert

Megan Freeman

May 31, 2011

Filed under News

Tonight at 7:30 pm, the four sections of the Miramonte choir—mixed chorus, women’s ensemble, concert singers and choral artists—will be performing their pop music concert in the theater.  They gave their first performance... Read more »

Increased Burglary in Orinda

Annie Odell

May 31, 2011

Filed under News

Orinda has experienced a rise in the number of residential burglaries during the past couple of months. According to Jeanette Irving of the Orinda Police Department, there have been eight incidents reported on Alice Ln., Oak Rd.,... Read more »

The Donald’s Bad Press Trumps His Hair

Tamar McCollom, Opinion Editor

May 27, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Trump’s recent announcement that he will not be running for president comes as no surprise Donald Trump is learning the hard way that despite the old adage, there most certainly is such a thing as bad publicity.... Read more »