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“My Best Decision in High School Was…”

“My Best Decision in High School Was…”

Meg Weisselberg

May 23, 2014


Filed under Lifestyles

As high school wraps up, seniors are becoming nostalgic in addition to being eager to graduate. Upon asking a group of seniors what their best decision in high school was there seemed to be a common trend in their responses – extracurricular activities and electives. ...

Don’t Judge a Senior by Their Facebook Name

Don’t Judge a Senior by Their Facebook Name

Meg Weisselberg

November 18, 2013


Filed under Lifestyles

Many seniors, perhaps yourself included, have begun changing their Facebook names in an attempt to hide from admissions officers. This may prevent your profile from being viewed, but it doesn’t automatically guarantee that no impression will be left on the admissions officers. Do colleges actually...

Do Our Childhood Cartoons Grow Up With Us?

Do Our Childhood Cartoons Grow Up With Us?

Meg Weisselberg

November 7, 2013


Filed under Opinion

I can still vividly remember the moment I found out that Shaggy and Velma from “Scooby Doo,” one of my favorite childhood series, had become an item. Impossible! The characters weren’t supposed to change after I stopped watching. In fact, in my mind, it wasn’t even necessary for the show to continue...

Community Church Replaces Vandalized Flag

Community Church Replaces Vandalized Flag

Meg Weisselberg

September 28, 2013


Filed under News

The gay pride flag flying in front of the Community Church of Mill Valley, located across from Old Mill Park, was replaced on September 18 after it was stolen on August 23. The thief also twisted the flag’s metal pole, rendering it useless. This vandalism followed another incident earlier in the month,...

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