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Protection for all: California no longer requires prescriptions for certain birth control methods

Protection for all: California no longer requires prescriptions for certain birth control methods

Lisabelle Panossian, Web & Social Media Editor April 11, 2016

Women of all ages in California will be one pharmaceutical visit away from obtaining any form of non-surgically inserted birth control. The new legislation will require women of no minimum age to visit...

Chewing on food for thought

Chewing on food for thought

Teens can improve cognition and focus in school through diet, lifestyle.
Kristina Cary, Managing Editor March 16, 2016

Although teens may try to maximize their performance in school by getting an adequate amount of sleep and reviewing class notes, they might not know that their diet can also be crucial to academic success,...

Physiology teacher Ray Cinti briefs his class before dissecting sheep hearts. The whole class will experience a live open heart surgery at the end of the year.

Sheep heart dissection forms window to physiology

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor January 20, 2016

A handful of members from the physiology class huddled around tables and popped on their goggles while others shrieked at the sight of the slimy, gray heart being cut in half. Honors physiology students...

Madeleine Ainslie/The Broadview Rachel McIntire chats with fellow new mother Rebecca Munda during her visit to school with her daughter last week. Baby Isla’s first visit to school attracted a slew of potential sitters.

Teachers learn to balance time with their children and profession

October 10, 2013

Ashley Latham & Camilla Bykhovsky Ten babies have been born to faculty members over the last three years, and two more on the way. Among the chaos of raising a young child, parents of infants...

A recent Broadview survey of more than half the student body reports copying homework is common. The faculty Academic Council is reviewing the issue.

Pressure to succeed can lead to plagiarism

December 14, 2010

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Getting into a good college requires good grades, community service, club activities, a job, a sport and perfect test grades, according to Anna, a sophomore who asked her...

Ray Cinti gives a talk about the coniferous forest biome during an AP Biology field study. Cinti will offer a course on conservation biology in addition to AP Biology next fall.

Science department to offer course on redwoods

February 3, 2010

Isabelle Pinard Reporter A hum of voices filled the Syufy Theater while Science Department Chair Raymond Cinti discused the new Conservation Biology class that he is offering next year. “I think...

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