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Ninety Years Old at Menlo College

Menlo College Professor Emeritus Jan Dykstra celebrated his 90th birthday on January 14, 2015! Still a campus resident, he attributes his longevity to the influence of students at the College. “It’s all due to the youthful influence of the students,” he smiles. He was hired in 1963 as a professor of language and social sciences.

A Choice to be Great in Spring 2015

What’s in the beginning of a new semester? President Richard Moran addressed the question at the Menlo College Spring 2015 Convocation. He instructed the audience to take photos of each other to commemorate the semester’s beginning as an important occasion. He added that the result of his poll of friends and associates confirmed that people

Menlo College to Join Golden State Athletic Conference in 2015

The Golden State Athletic Conference Board of Directors announced today that Menlo College will become the league’s ninth member beginning with the 2015-16 season. “Menlo College is proud to join the Golden State Athletic Conference,” said Dr. Richard Moran, President of Menlo College. “Our student-athletes add innovative and strategic thinking to their collaborative spirit, which

Paul Yago Starts Career with Grant from Silicon Valley Community Foundation

New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI) was an automobile manufacturing company in Fremont, California, jointly owned by General Motors and Toyota.  In 2010, the plant produced a red Toyota Corolla S – its last car. The production of Corollas in North America moved to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi's assembly plants in Blue Springs, Mississippi and

Menlo College Selected as One of the Top 25 2015 Best Value Colleges

Menlo College has been named one of America’s top 25 schools in the 2015 Cappies Best Value Colleges. This latest recognition of Menlo’s value was by Cappex, a free Web-based “matchmaking” service that pairs students with colleges. Compiling the results of over 1.4 million student reviews on over 2,000 colleges and universities, the 2015 Cappies

Oaks Giving Spirit Shines in Annual Food Drive

 The Menlo College cafeteria was buzzing with activity on Thursday evening as a number of teams and student-athletes got into the holiday spirit at the annual Athletic Department Food Drive. As a whole, Menlo College Athletics contributed an impressive 6,578 total food items which will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank to benefit

Menlo College Athletics Honored for Fall Sport Success

Postseason awards and honors are beginning to roll in for the Oaks of Menlo College – members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) California Pacific (Cal Pac) Conference. Menlo College Athletics was recently honored as an NAIA Champions of Character institution for the fifth-straight year. The award takes into account character training, conduct

Sakroots “Channel Your True Love for Art” Charity Art Show

The walls of the Fireside Lounge are decorated with beautiful pieces of artwork in preparation for the “Channel Your True Love for Art” charity art show. Bayley Blackney, president of the Yoga Club, is also a campus ambassador for Sakroots. Sakroots is an accessory brand that connects to the artist, musician, and nature lover in

Accounting Students Score Jobs Before Commencement

“Every junior student who had a summer internship received a job offer and every sophomore student received a call back for an internship next summer,” proudly announced Menlo College Associate Professor Donna Little. “It proves the value of a rigorous academic environment, Silicon Valley connections, networking opportunities, and pretty much round-the-clock advising. We are so

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