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Caroline Clack

Caroline Clack, Video Editor

Number of years in The Coat of Arms: 2

Favorite aspect of journalism: Seeing all of our finished stories in print/online and definitely the CoA community of writers and editors

Interests outside of school: mock trial, soccer, & spending time with friends/family

Class of 2026

All content by Caroline Clack
Staff illustration: Tatum Herrin

In an Era of Page-To-Screen Adaptations, Is the Book Truly Better?

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
February 14, 2024

If you’re settling in to watch a new movie or TV-show with friends, family and a bowl of popcorn, chances are whatever you’re watching is based on...

Staff illustration: Amber More

MSPA Taps Parent Network for New Internship Program

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
February 12, 2024

By getting rid of self-guided junior MTerm projects, the Menlo administration has instead given the class of 2025 a new opportunity for MTerm education....

Illustration by Maya Stone

Creative Arts Helps Students Prioritize Mental Health

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
January 21, 2024

Art is an unlikely hero in addressing students’ struggles with mental health –– especially in a competitive environment like Menlo, where making...

Students and Teachers Reflect on New Humanities Electives

Students and Teachers Reflect on New Humanities Electives

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
January 15, 2024

With so many new elective options, it’s difficult to not wish for the ability to take on more classes. This year, Menlo began offering a variety of new...

Review: Menlo Drama Outdoes Itself With Production of “Something Rotten”

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
November 5, 2023

Menlo Drama has outdone itself once again with its production of the 2015 Broadway smash-hit musical “Something Rotten”, which opened last Friday night....

Jonah Block onstage. Photo courtesy of Block

Select Student Profile: Jonah Block

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
October 25, 2023

Q: What’s it like to be a freshman at Menlo?  A: Coming from a middle school where the expectations weren’t as high, Menlo’s a little overwhelming,...

Staff illustration: Amber More

Students Review Barbie, Oppenheimer

Caroline Clack and Jake Abrams
October 23, 2023

Barbie - reviewed by Caroline Clack, Video Editor Barbie was inescapable throughout the summer. Mattel’s pink Barbie logo was around every corner ––...

Staff illustration: Andrea Li

Administration Cracks Down on Tardies

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
October 15, 2023

After the Menlo administration saw an increase in students being late to class last semester, one of their focuses this year is to ensure that tardiness...

The Canvas dashboard displays a students classes. Staff photo: Caroline Clack

Students, Teachers Weigh Benefits, Drawbacks of Canvas

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
June 4, 2023

“It’s the bridge between the teacher and the student,” Upper School math teacher Jude Loeffler said. A learning management system, or LMS, like Canvas,...

Seniors participate in a team-building activity at their senior retreat at YMCA Camp Loma Mar on Sept. 13, 2022. Photo courtesy of Kevin Chan

Faculty Members Address the Challenges of Class Retreats

Caroline Clack, Video Editor
May 18, 2023

Grade-level retreats, a longstanding tradition at Menlo, are meant to encourage bonding and inclusion among students away from the Menlo campus. However,...

Freshmen Arki Temsamani and Connor Uchida read through Act II of Shakespeare’s “Othello” in Margaret Ramsey’s English I class. Staff Photo: Caroline Clack

Understanding the Past: Teachers Advise Students On Shakespeare’s Work

Caroline Clack
April 3, 2023

Few things are as daunting to high school English students as reading William Shakespeare. Between Shakespeare’s use of complex sentences, archaic vernacular...

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