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Letters from the Editors: Getting the ball rolling

Letters from the Editors: Getting the ball rolling

Alison Booth, Raya Lehan, and Nora Lucas

October 8, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters from the Editors, web edition. These past couple of weeks have been eventful, to say the least, and we can finally say that everyone on both the newspaper and yearbook staffs are finally getting used to the web week schedules and we’re getting used to juggling editor respons...

Letters from the Editors: Here we go again

Letters from the Editors: Here we go again

Sarah Morgan, Alexis Strauss, and Laken Wagner

September 25, 2016


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For the three of us, senior year didn’t exactly feel like a reality until our adviser Kathy Habiger asked us what we wanted to do for yearbook staff bonding. She suggested painting rocks, but as much as we love arts and crafts, we didn’t want to get that messy with our staff. That’s when we rea...

Letters from the Editors: It’s the start of something new

Letters from the Editors: It’s the start of something new

Madison Ferguson, Margaret Mellott, and Braden Shaw

September 15, 2016


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Starting this year off was hectic to say the least. We wanted to really start something new this year and our idea was to put out a back-to-school issue. Unfortunately, the new computers weren’t working (at all) and we were left with good ideas for content and nothing to do with it. So, in order...

Letters from the Editors: Welcome back, folks

Letters from the Editors: Welcome back, folks

Alison Booth, Raya Lehan, and Nora Lucas

September 1, 2016


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Welcome back to another great year of Letters from the Editors. It's the beginning of the school year, but we’re hitting the ground running with new web content and more. This year, Letters from the Editors will be changing things up and rotating between web EICs, newspaper EICs and yearbook EICs. This wi...

Letters From The Editors: Exciting news

Letters From The Editors: Exciting news

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

April 23, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. As we mentioned last week, J-Curt attended the spring National High School Journalism Convention in Los Angeles. When he returned, he brought some hardware too, which we’re still extremely excited about. The biggest news is that Mill Valley News won its ...

Letters From The Editors: Awards season

Letters From The Editors: Awards season

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

April 8, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. Sorry for not blogging last week — we both spent our Friday nights at Relay For Life, and our Saturdays recovering from that endeavor. But, now that it’s April, we have plenty to write about since it’s finally awards season. Awards season basically lasts f...

Letters From The Editors: Montage

Letters From The Editors: Montage

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

March 27, 2016


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It’s still March, but we’re dying. Since we’re running on little sleep and a lot of stress, we’re going to share some (sort of) random thoughts and things we’ve been meaning to write about. Enjoy. We’re stressed and busy Like we just mentioned, we’re trying to hold it together for fourth quarter. W...

Letters From The Editors: Feedback

Letters From The Editors: Feedback

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

March 5, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. Normally, toward the end of the quarter, we write about our latest special project. However, something happened last night that we want to share about. A few days ago, after hearing that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Republican presiden...

Letters From The Editors: The prize bag

Letters From The Editors: The prize bag

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

February 19, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. Last semester, we chose our favorite web story and photo after each web week. We awarded the staffers that created our favorite content with a certificate and their favorite candy. Our process worked for most of the semester, but at the beginning of this semester,...

Letters From The Editors: Habs, we have a problem (or two)

Letters From The Editors: Habs, we have a problem (or two)

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

February 7, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. This week, we had not one, but two major web happenings. And, of course, they occurred when we finally had more than enough events to cover. It all started Saturday night, when J-Curt made a realization. As he was clicking through one of his concert photo galler...

Letters From The Editors: Which Mill Valley News editor-in-chief are you?

Letters From The Editors: Which Mill Valley News editor-in-chief are you?

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

January 30, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. This week, we’re trying something new. After our presentation at the Kansas Scholastic Press Association fall conference, Kansas City Christian School senior Bryce Johnston, the web editor of the Paw Print, introduced himself to us. He’s awesome. Since th...

Letters From The Editors: We jinxed ourselves (Believe it or not, we don’t got this)

Letters From The Editors: We jinxed ourselves (Believe it or not, we don’t got this)

Justin Curto and Jena Smith

January 22, 2016


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Welcome back to Letters From The Editors. (If you’d like a nice laugh, read our blog from last week before starting this one.) We’d like to begin this blog by painting a scene. For extra effect, you can close your eyes to imagine it, after reading the coming paragraph, of course. It’s 4:15 p.m....

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