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A look back at Apple’s past

A look back at Apple’s past
March 31, 2017

pple is one of the biggest phenomenons of our generation, especially here in Cupertino. With a new headquarters currently being constructed, the company has came a long way since it was founded in 1976....

Local biotechnology in classrooms enhances learning

Local biotechnology in classrooms enhances learning
October 28, 2016

ounds of boxes containing biology textbooks and filed away papers are spread across the laboratory counters of room B101. They are topped with a thermal printer, a special piece of equipment used to print...

HS Hacks provides coding opportunity for both novice and expert programmers

HS Hacks is a high schoolers-only hackathon that will provide a unique coding environment for both beginner and expert programmers.
January 21, 2014

Students from Bay Area high schools work together to host students-only hackathon. Most hackathons cater towards experienced programmers, a predominantly adult and college level demographic, providing...

Spruce team wins first place at the 2013 Disrupt SF Hackathon

Sophomore Ajay Jain, seniors Michael Mattheakis and Zuhayeer Musa and sophomore Jimmy Liu (from left to right) won the Disrupt SF Hackathon 2013 last month. The boys created an app called Spruce, which allows users quick access to definitions while reading a book from its online library. Photo by Ashish Samaddar.
October 26, 2013

MVHS students compete against Bay Area professionals and college students to win $5,000 grand prize. Students are lazy when it comes to reading — at least that’s what the team behind Spruce...

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