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Day of Protest

On Tuesday, March 30, 2010, MSJ teachers gathered on Palm Ave. and Mission Blvd. before and after school to protest the proposed budget cuts. Teachers from all subject areas and grade levels held signs with…

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Don't Say "Retarded"

A little common sense can go a long way – especially if you are the Obama Administration’s Chief of Staff, and your name happens to be Rahm Emanuel. Even in such a high government position,…

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MSJ takes 2nd at Stanford Math Tournament

Zerg Rush was one of the two teams from MSJ’s Math Club that entered the 2010 Stanford Mathematics Tournament on February 28. This all-day competition was composed of four subject tests (algebra, geometry, advanced topics,…

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Later School Start Poll Results

On March 4, polls for the survey posted on the Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) website presented by the Parent Representative Advisory Assembly (PRAA) closed. The FUSD board utilizes these surveys to help determine the…

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FUSD Budget Cuts Remain Ominous in Upcoming Year

Earlier this year, the Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) school board was forced to implement a string of budget cuts in order to comply with California’s then $26.3 billion deficit. California’s deteriorating economy now requires…

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Berkeley Students Study MSJ Hotspots

“What makes Fremont special?” Willow Lung-Amam, a Ph.D. in landscape architecture and environmental planning at UC Berkeley and her students aimed to find out. They recently conducted a survey for a project that they do every year called Heart and Soul. The purpose of this project is to find what places people feel define their city. The students then analyze the top response in order to find out what social and physical aspects appeal to a specific community.

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Students give their ‘heart for your gun’

This past month, English Teacher Lili Kim, and her freshmen and junior students spent their Wednesday lunches brainstorming on ways to help the raise awareness and money about human trafficking. Kim’s past students already held a benefit concert last year called “Not for Sale” that mostly involved seniors. This year, however, Kim hopes to attract a wider range of participants for the upcoming concert on April 30.

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UCs and CSUs Implement Waitlist Process

On February 8, the University of California (UC) Board of Regents released a bulletin announcing that eight UC campuses, all excluding Merced and Los Angeles, will adopt a waitlist procedure for the Fall 2010 freshmen…

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