The 1600

Marin Academy's Student Newspaper

The 1600

The 1600

Banned: Books, Politics, and Identity
Helena P. '24, Narrative Writer | November 2, 2022
Calpulli Tonalehqueh performing on the Championship Field
Aztec Dance Group Comes to MA for Latine Heritage Month
Kate L. , Community Writer | October 25, 2022

On October 3, students, faculty, and staff gathered on the field to watch a San Jose-based Aztec dance group named Calpulli Tonalehqueh perform....

Club Spotlight: Council on Sustainability
Club Spotlight: Council on Sustainability
Finn D. '24, Co-Editor in Chief and Writer | February 14, 2022
Last school year, Marin Academy’s environmental club, historically known as “Climate Action” seemed to be graduating alongside its senior (class of 2021) leaders and long-loved faculty advisor and science teacher, Mark Stefanski. However, the Climate Action club continues, with a new name and new leaders—thanks to three former members’ dedication and perseverance.
Freshmen & Sophomores Navigate Post-Zoom MA
Freshmen & Sophomores Navigate Post-Zoom MA
Finn D. '24, Co-Editor in Chief | December 16, 2021

As Marin Academy rapidly approaches the highly-anticipated end of the first semester, many students find themselves reflecting...

Day 17: Fowl
Arts
A Look at Some Spooky Inktober Creations
Zoe A. , Cartoon Artist | November 2, 2022

Every year on the 1st of October, "Inktober" begins. A list of one-word prompts are released to artists around the world, each based off the...

The ceramics room
Meet the MA Arts Department
Anaya E. , Arts Writer | October 25, 2022
The last MA Mens Volleyball team in 2000
Men's Volleyball is Back!
Sterling C. , Athletics Writer | November 2, 2022

In the iconic words of Eminem, “Guess who’s Back?” The answer, so it seems, is Men's  Volleyball, because after a 20 year hiatus it’s...

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