Move Second Semester Finals One Week Earlier

Libby Dunne, Staff Writer

May 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion

It’s the last week of school, and all Miramonte students can think about is their upcoming summer: summer plans, sleeping in and stress-free days. Even though students are waiting in anticipation for summer, they need to focus... Read more »

Eating in Class Benefits Students

Sommar Veverka , Staff Writer

May 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Food is brainpower and is a necessity in order to pay attention in class and to learn.   Students should be allowed to eat in class. Eating in class is beneficial, as long as it doesn’t distract others from learning. Without... Read more »

Pick a College, Not a Name

Sommar Veverka, Staff Writer

April 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion

As the underclassmen watch the senior class decide from their array of prestigious college choices, the pressure to attend an esteemed college grows. Yet, the reality is that not everyone can get in, the majority do not. The Miramonte... Read more »

Editorial: Law and Mandated Reporting Must Coincide

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The law states that an adult (someone who is 18 or older) is not legally allowed to have sex with a minor (someone who is under 18) even if the minor agrees to what is happening. If this occurs the adult in the couple is subject... Read more »

Avoid Crazy Roommates

Courtney Attard, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

We’ve all heard horror stories regarding college roommates. Rooming with someone freshman year who you don’t get along with has been a common problem for many people.  A solution to this issue has been discovered, and incoming... Read more »