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October 3, 2022

District Mental Health Support Set To Improve

Cover image by Olivia Hom In response to a growing mental health crisis among teenagers, California lawmakers are taking measures that are likely to impact…
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October 3, 2022

School Lunches: Two Weeks of Food Reviews

Are school lunches really that bad? As a student who eats school lunches every day and a picky eater, I would say that while some…
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October 2, 2022

Bears Doing Big Things: A Conversation with Olympic Rower, Aerospace Engineer, and M-A Alum Seth Weil

This is the third article in Bears Doing Big Things, a weekly column celebrating the stories of notable M-A alumni. Read last week’s article about…
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October 1, 2022

Stolen Spokes: Bike Theft and Prevention at M-A

Photos credits to Olivia Hom On August 19th, Administrative Vice-Principal Nick Muys gave a PSA on M-A Today about bike security: “If you bring a…
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September 30, 2022

Associate Superintendent Crystal Leach Unveils New Air Conditioning Plan

Yesterday, SUHSD Associate Superintendent of Administrative Services Crystal Leach spoke at M-A’s staff meeting to present updates on a plan for districtwide air conditioning (AC). …
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September 30, 2022

Area A School Board Candidates Bhopale and Koo Share Their Goals for District-Wide Equity

On November 8th, residents of Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) Area A will vote for one of two candidates to represent them on the…
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New Bleachers Plan Advances Equitable Access

M-A’s bleachers and field have not been renovated for 35 years. Since then, our student body has grown from a class of around 1,600 students…
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Bubble Soccer: “The Soccer Ball’s Gone”
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New Funding Rejuvenates Ravenswood City School District

Between the middle school districts which make up M-A’s diverse campus, there are severe inequalities. Though M-A’s main feeder districts, Las Lomitas Elementary School District…
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October 4, 2022

New Bleachers Plan Advances Equitable Access

M-A’s bleachers and field have not been renovated for 35 years. Since then, our student body has grown from a class of around 1,600 students…
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October 4, 2022

Bubble Soccer: “The Soccer Ball’s Gone”

On Friday at lunch on the soccer field, Leadership organized a game of energetic but admittedly disorderly bubble soccer, complete with referees and colored bubbles. …
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October 4, 2022

Business Booms for the Bears: M-A Small Business Owners

Illustrated by Evelyn Hsy Spread throughout campus, a few talented Bears own small businesses of their own. Taking control of the marketing, advertisement, and creation…