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Eleanor Kinder

Eleanor Kinder, Copy Editor

Number of years in The Coat of Arms: 2

Favorite aspect of journalism: learning more about the community around me and getting to share it

Interests outside of school: volleyball, hanging out with my friends, and spending time with my dog
Class of 2026
All content by Eleanor Kinder
Dorothy Zhang protects the ball from
a Sacred Heart player. File photos: CoA staff

Looking Forward to Menlo’s 2023-24 Soccer Seasons

Eleanor Kinder, Copy Editor
January 21, 2024

Girls: In the 2022-23 season, the Menlo girls soccer team won the West Bay Athletic League. This winter, they’re coming back for more. It won’t...

Photo courtesy of Lexi Friesel

Committed Corner: Cleo Hardin, Yale University

Eleanor Kinder, Copy Editor
October 23, 2023

Senior Cleo Hardin committed to Yale University to play Division I volleyball in October 2022. Hardin began playing volleyball in third-grade and started...

Staff illustration: Sutton Inouye

Menlo Embraces Banned Books

Eleanor Kinder, Copy Editor
May 27, 2023

In October of every year, the Menlo Library has a Banned Book week that features books that have been banned in other states. For example, “Gender Queer”...

In the Upper School gym, Mandarin students perform a lion dance during the Lunar New Year Assembly. Photo courtesy of Kevin Chan

Menlo Celebrates The Lunar New Year

Eleanor Kinder, Staff Writer
January 31, 2023

Menlo hosted its first-ever Lunar New Year assembly on Tuesday, Jan. 24. Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year, marks the beginning of a new year on the...

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