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  • One Year Later, Boston Is Still Strong

    One Year Later, Boston Is Still Strong

    Sarah Rockwood, Staff Writer

    April 21, 2014

    As the starting gun ripped through the cold Boston sky early this morning, 36,000 runners began the challenging 26.2 mile course of one of the most famous marathons in the world.  The same marathon where, one year before, two pressure cooker bombs detonated at the finish line, killing three... READ MORE »»

    Miramonte graduate of 2014, Adam Roeder, pushes through mile 25. Nearing the finish line, Roeder finished the race before the bombs detonated.

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  • Overcoming Traveling

    Overcoming Traveling

    Youngjoo Ahn, Feature Editor

    April 20, 2014

    Life takes you on some crazy adventures, literally. I knew that I was bad at traveling but I didn’t know that I was this bad. I was flying to a small school near Boston and I definitely overestimated my traveling skills. On Wednesday I went to San Francisco Airport for... READ MORE »»

  • Breaking News: Miramonte Vandalized

    Breaking News: Miramonte Vandalized

    Margaret Ross, Staff Writer

    April 11, 2014

    Early this morning, cameras and motion detectors detected activity on campus. Police were notified and arrived around 3 AM; Graffiti was found on the track and the gym, including areas on the new mural. The immediate response to vandalism on campus was to contact the district maintenance to cover up... READ MORE »»

    E. Berndt

  • Best Sick Day Foods

    Best Sick Day Foods

    Margaret Ross, Staff Writer

    April 8, 2014

    The sniffles, the stuffy noses, the coughs and the sneezes. Nothing is worse than showing up to school surrounded by sick kids who just won’t stay home. To keep yourself from getting ill, or cure a growing cold, the solution, as always, is food. First, settle down with... READ MORE »»

Entertainment

Highlights from the Prom Asking Season

Sarah Rockwood, Staff Writer

Every year, the Junior Prom fever seizes the school, sending dress-crazy girls on frantic shopping sprees and the hunt for the perfect shoes.  Yet amidst the commotion of...  Read More »

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One Year Later, Boston Is Still Strong

One Year Later, Boston Is Still Strong

Sarah Rockwood, Staff Writer

As the starting gun ripped through the cold Boston sky early this morning, 36,000 runners began the challenging 26.2 mile course of one of the most famous marathons...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

Miramonte Track and Field Competes at Arcadia

Olivia Vigo, Staff Writer

The high school national track and field meet, Arcadia, took place this past weekend in Arcadia, California. The Miramonte track team qualified to compete in...  Read More »

April 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Students Shouldn’t Feel Uncomfortable Talking About College

Bailey Smith, Staff Writer

As March comes to a close and we roll into April, seniors are hearing back from their last few colleges...  Read More »

April 14, 2014 • 0 comments

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Feature

Patagonia Supersedes North Face in West Coast Battle

Emma Barr and Hannah Stenovec, Staff Writers

Although the outdoor outfitter Patagonia originated in California, only in recent years has it gained...  Read More »

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