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How you can help Japan

By: Vishal Bajpai   On Friday, March 11th, a terrible earthquake hit Japan. At 9.0 on the Richter scale the earthquake produced over 50 aftershocks, at least seven of which were at least 6.3 on…

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Vandalism Break-In

By: Alekya Rajanala and Matt Farberov Late on Friday, March 18, MSJ was vandalized by an unknown number of suspects. The suspects broke a window of room P-1. Afterwards, the suspects broke the window of…

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Lockdown: Tornado Warning

By: Megan McLaughlin Around 11:30 AM today (Friday, March 18), Principal Sandra Prairie announced a weather lockdown for MSJ.  It was later learned that the lockdown was due to a tornado warning for Fremont. This has never…

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MSJ earns laurels in Science Olympiad

By: Alekya Rajanala Congratulations are due to MSJ students for placing second at the Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad (BARSO) on Feb. 19, 2011 and advancing to the State level. Thirty-five students from MSJ, divided…

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A First Look: The CR-48 and Chrome OS

By: Vaishaal Shankar Disclaimer: Both the CR-48 and Google’s Chrome OS are essentially prototypes of future products, so the opinions expressed in this preview are of the current state of the machine and operating system,…

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MSJ Greets Beijing Students

By: Frank Chen On February 1, 40 students from Si Zhong and Shou Shi Da Fu Zhong, the top middle school and high school in Beijing, visited the MSJ campus. Of all the high schools…

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MSJ Crab Feed

By: Stephenie Yuan One of the largest fundraisers held by the MSJ Boosters Club, the MSJ Crab Feed will be held on March 5, 2011 at Newark Pavilion from 6pm to 10pm to benefit MSJ…

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New Traffic Enforcement

By: Matt Farberov On January 31, the Fremont Police Department (FPD) began issuing tickets to any cars parked in “No Parking” zones along Palm Avenue and in the cul-de-sacs off the street. After receiving several…

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