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Irvington High School Placed Under Lockdown

By: Web Editors Jacinta Chang and Nithya Rajeev The alleged sighting of a suspicious armed male individual at Irvington High School led to a school wide lockdown on Wednesday, October 15. The man was reportedly…

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October Newsbytes #2

By: Staff Writer Kylie Cheung    Local: Hydrogen Fuel Car Dilemma  In San Francisco, as car show season approaches, many eagerly await the first mass market hydrogen fuel cars by Toyota and Mercedes. The Mercedes…

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Copper Piping Stolen from MSJ Buildings

By: Staff Writer Adele Shen Several men dressed in white overalls stole boiler piping form the E-Wing roof and the roof over the stairs leading from the bell tower quad to the E-Wing on September…

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October Newsbytes #1

By: Staff Writer Andrew Chen   Local: Statewide Ban on Plastic Bags Governor Jerry Brown signed America’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags on September 30. The bill will phase out all plastic bags…

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MSJ's BFF Puts Its Best Foot Forward

  By: Staff Writer Kylie Cheung    This year, in an effort to assist mid-year and out-of-country transfer students at MSJ,  students of the Best Foot Forward (BFF) Mentoring Program allied with the counseling department…

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National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

  By: Web Editors Jacinta Chang and Nithya Rajeev In a recent article published online by the San Mateo County Times, writer John Horgan exclaims, “Holy Toledo, what the heck is in the water at…

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FTC Kickoff 2014

By: Sports Editor Abigail Wong On the morning of Saturday, September 6th, a bustling energy filled the air as teams from all over northern California gathered for the 2014-15 FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Nor-Cal robotics…

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September Newsbytes

By: Opinion Editor Alice Cheng   Local: New California gun control bill passed In late August, the California Senate passed a bill that confiscates firearms from individuals who have the potential to commit acts of…

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Six-year WASC Accreditation for MSJ

By: Staff Writer Michael Hsiu This March, a Western Accreditation of Schools and Colleges (WASC) committee visited MSJ to administer its accreditation process. Through hard work on the part of everyone involved, the Accrediting Commission…

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