Everyone has heard the phrase “skeletons in my closet.” Well this statement couldn’t be more true with MC’s honorary students. And who are these students you might ask? The skeletons found in multiple classrooms across campus. These aren’t ordinary skeletal models. They are actually the bodies of students who were […]Read more ›
3.1415.. How much farther can MC recite π?, watch to find out. Sundevils attempt to say all of π, but some only get so far. Let’s see who gets pie!
Mr. Currie is recognized as being one of the more colorfully flamboyant teachers on campus with his bright clothes. But there’s a reason why Currie adorns such vibrant attire. Watch the video to learn about one of Mr. Currie’s personal struggles leading him to buy a whole new wardrobe.
We see him popping into our math classes, hear him speak with unbridled enthusiasm over the loudspeaker, and watch him beam on the broadcast every Thursday. The aura of Greg Magno is one felt schoolwide, and though this administrator’s beginnings may not be riddled with angst, they are humble. Magno […]
Here’s a quick recap of the Blacklight Pep Rally. Get your tickets! $10 March 16th – 20th, $12 March 23rd – 27th, $15 March 30th – April 3rd, $18 April 13th – 17th.
From demon dolls to unicorn meat, we have run into some crazy things in the Mt.Carmel classrooms.
MC’s second annual Mr. Sundevil pageant was a blast and the senior boys really set the bar high for next year’s contestants. Mr. Sundevil is a pageant for senior boys to compete to see who most exemplifies the Sundevil Way. Contestants showed off their nicest threads in the dress wear […]
One of the newest additions to MC’s club repertoire is S.A.G.E, or Student Advocates for Gender Equality. Founded by Anthony la Scala and Casey Castle, it has set out to leave a lasting mark on the student body. “We want to stop sexism within the school and discrimination towards people […]
The Mt. Carmel Sundevils girls JV soccer team tied Friday’s home conference game against rival school Westview by a score of 1-1 on January 30, 2015.
“The most important thing for me is providing students with the opportunity to do something they would not be able to do otherwise in a field that they aspire to work in,”...
On Saturday March 21 MC’s fire science class competed in a “Best-of-the-Best” contest at the Poway Fire Training...April 3, 2015 at 11:02 am
Eight months ago, an unarmed African American teen, Michael Brown was shot by a white police officer, Darren Wilson....April 3, 2015 at 11:01 am
Rumors have been flying around MC regarding the recent resignation of French teacher, Taryn Thompson. “No,”...April 3, 2015 at 10:52 am
Cinderella is my least favorite Disney princess. I always held a steadfast disapproval toward her, along with Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, for her “someday my prince will come” attitude. In a time of kickass princesses like warrior Mulan, stubborn Ariel, and clever Belle, I could not find the appeal […]Read more ›
It’s that dreadful time of year, where shade will be thrown and friends will secretly hate each other and doubt one another’s intellect. It’s college admission decision season: the era that can turn the best of friends to brutal frenemies. For those of us who applied early action or confirmed […]Read more ›
Fast 7 was undoubtedly the Fast & Furious franchise’s most successful sequel, but I can’t help but wonder if this movie would have been as popular without the tragedy of Paul Walker’s death. Walker, who played the role of Brian O’Conner, passed away tragically after a car accident in 2014. […]Read more ›
“The most important thing for me is providing students with the opportunity to do something they would not be able to do otherwise in a field that they aspire to work in,” physics teacher and Amateur Radio Club advisor, John Earnest said. That is why he is helping the club […]Read more ›
A few days ago in class, we watched a video where Bill O’Reilly loudly and vehemently denied the existence of white privilege on the Daily Show. (If you feel like subjecting yourself to that, click here.) First, a little background: White privilege describes the benefits that white people receive that those of […]Read more ›
If you combine the 90s, aliens, and hit tv shows, you get the experience that can only be tastefully culminated in The X Files. Beginning in 1993, ending in 2002, and spanning nine seasons, X Files paired Gillian Anderson with David Duchovny as Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder from […]Read more ›
From the physical to the cyber, bulling is a problem that is evident in almost every school nationwide – discussed so frequently, yet so wrongly handled. From a young age, all of us remember being taught to use our words, not our fists, to seek help from an adult when […]Read more ›
Spring has sprung, just like our amphibic sundevils off of sunsoaked diving blocks. A new season may lead to many new challenges and opportunities, but the swim and dive team is ready to accomplish anything. Last Friday was the team’s first away meet against Westview High School. The team competed […]Read more ›
Once again, the output of a new Drake album has produced quite the hype. If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late has steadily climbed charts since its release. The cover itself, purportedly a scrawled suicide note, went viral on Twitter and other social media, where fans and critics started crafting […]Read more ›