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Junior Eric Yun takes a swing at the Laguna Seca Golf Ranch. Yun shot one-over to propel himself into the CCS finals. Photo Courtesy of Pam McKenney

Golf Team Implements Mental Game Trainings to Improve Focus, Performance

Andrew Levitt, Staff Writer
May 24, 2023

Every week on Friday, the boys golf team has a 45 minute session where they practice their "mental game" in order to improve their physical golf game....

Sophomores Liliana Dhaliwal (right) and Amelie Giomi (left) pack snacks at the snack bag making opportunity on Thursday for LiveMoves. The snack bags are delivered to LifeMoves where they distribute them to homeless people. Staff photo: Andrew Levitt

In Photos: Community Engagement Week Promotes Diverse Opportunities

Andrew Levitt, Staff Writer
March 24, 2023

Sophomores Liliana Dhaliwal (right) and Amelie Giomi (left) pack snacks at the snack bag making opportunity on Thursday for LiveMoves. The snack bags are...

Siblings separated by college find ways to stay in touch and even strengthen their relationships. Staff illustration: Sutton Inouye

Siblings Manage Distance When Separated By College

Andrew Levitt, Staff Writer
March 23, 2023

As the end of the school year approaches, many Menlo seniors prepare to spend their next four years in college, away from their families. Graduating seniors...

Menlo has 13 Automatic Emergency Defibrillators spread out around campus. They are used to give an electric shock to the heart to reset the heart rhythm after cardiac arrest. Staff photo: Andrew Levitt

Is Menlo Prepared for a Cardiac Emergency?

Andrew Levitt, Staff Writer
February 10, 2023

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest after a routine tackle on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins on Jan. 2, 2023. Hamlin...

The decision to start offering the caps came after the NFL started requiring them for linemen, linebackers and tight ends up until the second preseason game. Within those positions, the frequency of concussions dropped 50% compared to previous years. Staff photo: Andrew Levitt

Added Protection or False Security: Football Tests New Guardian Caps to Prevent Concussions

Andrew Levitt, Staff Writer
December 7, 2022

The varsity and JV football programs used new padded shells for the first time this season during practices in an attempt to reduce the risk of head injuries....

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