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The Coat of Arms

The Student News Site of Menlo School

The Coat of Arms

A variety of Menlo faculty are departing at the conclusion of the school year. Staff graphic: Sophie Fang
From 48.5 Print: Departing Teachers Share Favorite Memories Continued
May 12, 2022
Menlos dining team team plans lunch options. Photo courtesy of Pete Zivkov.
Dining Team Adapts the Lunch Menu to Student Feedback
May 9, 2022
While this image is from hybrid learning last school year, students may still attend classes over Zoom if they test positive for COVID-19. Photo courtesy of Pete Zivkov.
Hybrid Learning Protocols Challenge Teachers
May 8, 2022
Illustration from 48.5 Print Edition front page. The cover showcased stories on the Global Expo and unconventional college paths. Staff illustration: Sophie Fang
From 48.5 Print: Menlo Seniors and Alumni Pursue Unconventional Paths after Graduating
May 12, 2022
Dance teachers Lexi Viernes (far left) and Angela Curotto-Pierson (left) teach the cast the steps to the dance Miracle in “Matilda” with the Middle School Director Ryan Lewis (bottom right). Staff photo: Agnes Shao
Middle and Upper School Theater Students Collaborate on “Matilda”
May 10, 2022
In a new series, teachers at Menlo tell the Coat of Arms about their pets. In this episode, math teacher Christine Walters talks about her dog, Ariana and her cat, Rosie.
Teacher's Pet: Christine Walters (S1 E1)
May 6, 2022
Jung publicly announced his commitment to Amherst College on Dec. 14, 2021. Graphic courtesy of Carter Jung.
Committed Corner: Carter Jung
May 16, 2022
The NFL Draft changes athletes lives the moment their name is called, but the Draft also greatly impacts fans. High overall picks can make a major impact on any team, and evoke a variety of reactions from supporters. Staff illustration: Sutton Inouye
Students React to Eventful 2022 NFL Draft
May 10, 2022
Seniors (from left to right) Claire Raney, Laynie Sheehan, Michelle Li, Riley Huddleston, Charlie Herrin and Ella Hartmanis line up for their senior day introductions before their last home game. Staff Photo by by Karen Xin
Girls Lacrosse Falls to Mitty on Senior Day
May 7, 2022
The crushing ruling on Roe v. Wade has began to revoke many abortion protections in conservative states. Staff illustration: Sophie Fang
Californians Need to Care About Roe v. Wade Being Overturned
May 17, 2022
Opinions from 48.5 Print covered free periods, Will Smiths slap, graduation requirements and more. Staff illustration: Michele Hratko
From 48.5 Print: Free Periods, Free Students: Dismantling the Stigma Around Free Periods
May 15, 2022
At the 2022 winter olympics, the illegal use of drugs became a topic of public conversation. Staff illustration: 	Sutton Inouye.
Discussion: What’s Wrong with the Pressure-Packed Olympics?
April 19, 2022
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