The 1600

Marin Academy's Student Newspaper

The 1600

The 1600

The Learning Lab opened in 2022.

Learning Services: A Discussion With Rebecca Gustin

Helena P. '24 | February 20, 2023

I’m sitting in the learning lab as I do most tutorials and lunches. It's decorated with posters of student artwork, posters created by the Learning Profile Affinity Space are pinned to the walls, and...

One of Kate L.s 24 collages.

Art as an Escape

Kate L. '24 | January 27, 2023

As we all know, high school can be stressful. Whether you’re a freshman trying to form friendships in a new and confusing setting, a sophomore feeling the rigor of the work dial up, a junior going through...

Indigenous People are Central to the Environmental Movement

Indigenous People are Central to the Environmental Movement

Finn D. '24, Co-Editor in Chief | November 27, 2022

With November marking Indigenous Heritage month and Thanksgiving, yet another holiday that further illustrates our country’s deep ties to colonization, it is critical that we prioritize the truth and...

Banned Books Illustration

Banned: Books, Politics, and Identity

Helena P. '24, Narrative Writer | November 2, 2022

I remember in middle school when my teachers called our entire class in. It was a sunny crisp September morning: the day that they gave us a lesson on 9/11. Throughout my three years in middle school,...

Ongoing Drought in Marin

Ongoing Drought in Marin

Gigi M. '25, Writer, Narrative and Community | February 14, 2022
The worst drought that Marin County faced was the drought in 1976-77. Creeks and rivers were dried up and the Marin Municipal Water District had only 120 days of running water...
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