• 5 Words or Less: Staff and Students Describe First Trimester

    In five words or less, MC students, staff and faculty were asked to describe trimester one.

  • Varsity Volleyball 2014

    MC Sun proudly presents your Girls Varsity Volleyball team!

  • Choir chaos

    Co-author: Tatum Tricarico On Wednesday of last week, MC’s choir had to adjust to the administration’s request to remove an Islamic chant from their Thursday night concert.  This decision caused much uproar within the choir and students throughout the school. “There was a woman who complained that she did not […]

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  • MC Homecoming Football Game 2014

    Homecoming parade and football vs. San Pasqual.

  • MC football pummels Poway

    After coming off of a four game winning streak, the boys football team suffered a tough loss to the Ramona Bulldogs on Oct. 10th.  The Sundevils scored a solid 13 points, while Ramona overtook them with an overwhelming 49. “Once they started scoring a lot, we kind of gave up […]

    MC football pummels Poway
  • Raps, rhymes, and recognition: Improv tramples the Bronco Stable

    Chants reverberate throughout the crowd: MC! MC! MC! The familiar Red Sea spirit turned indoors last Friday evening for a change of scenery: Theatre at the Mount. Hundreds of Sundevils and Broncos alike filled the mini-thrones at the first home improv match of the year. Seniors Tasha Baenisch and Kevin […]

    Marianna McMurdock | Photographer
  • Frosh Football Feature; 5-0

    Your Mt. Carmel Freshman Football players are now 5-0 and confident that their winning streak will continue. Check out what they think about it here.

  • The pack is back: MC sees revival of ’90s classic

    From Moschino runways to the hallways of MC, fanny packs are integrating their way into our fashion lives. Like any good trend, the beloved and begrudged packs deserve their fifteen minutes (or in this case, years) of fame. The convenient alternative to cumbersome purses, satchels, or backpacks, the fanny pack […]

    Marianna McMurdock | Photographer
  • Fighting as one

    The 2014 varsity football team prides themselves in emphasizing that they are a family: dedicated to working together in order to be victorious. “We’ve been working as a family a lot,” senior Joaquin Quidachay said. “That’s always been our message: keep playing as a family. This year, compared to other […]

    Marianna McMurdock | Photographer
  • Watch this: weird things people do at a stop light

    The SUN looks at some of the strangest things people do while in their cars at a traffic light. How many of these have you encountered?

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To leash or not to leash?

To leash or not to leash?

November 13, 2014 at 11:40 am

There is no doubt that San Diegans love their dogs and want the best possible environment for them, but here in Poway, that outdoor, off leash freedom is something that still...

  • A Tribute to a teacher
    A Tribute to a teacher

    Many teachers have a strong, positive influence on their students. However, rarely do teachers have the honor of...

    November 13, 2014 at 9:23 am
  • Carl DeMaio vs Scott Peters
    Carl DeMaio vs Scott Peters

    Today, voters will rush to the polls to choose between Republican Carl DeMaio and  Democrat Scott Peters for California’s...

    November 4, 2014 at 2:29 pm
  • The Liberian Purchase
    The Liberian Purchase

    In the wake of the Ebola Outbreak, Norway announced its plans to pay Liberia roughly $150 million dollars to stop...

    October 30, 2014 at 9:29 am

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To leash or not to leash?

To leash or not to leash?

There is no doubt that San Diegans love their dogs and want the best possible environment for them, but here in Poway, that outdoor, off leash freedom is something that still hasn’t been permitted. On Oct. 21, a protest was held in Silverset Park, a small community ballpark about 15 […]

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A Tribute to a teacher

A Tribute to a teacher

Many teachers have a strong, positive influence on their students. However, rarely do teachers have the honor of knowing that they’ll be remembered years and years after their departure. Yet, rarest of all, is for a teacher to affect an entire community such that even after death, students continue to […]

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The terrible twins

The terrible twins

“There was a time in our lives when we hated each other; if we just saw each other, we would just punch each other out, or slap each other in the face,” junior Zach Bybee said. Quintin and Zach Bybee are identical twins at MC. In their earlier years, the […]

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Bi the way…

Bi the way…

Imagine coming out as someone who is attracted to more than one gender, only to get a reaction such as, “Oh, you’re just confused,” or “You’re so greedy.” Or if this is easier, think about it like this; imagine that you told someone you’re gay or straight, and that person […]

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My Life in Suburbia: The world of concerts

  As the lights dimmed, there was a noticeable change in the hot, sweat-infused air.  Impatient chants of “FTP! FTP!” voiced by the swarm of bodies in every direction quickly turned into a deafening cheer of excitement. My friend and I joined them, and the crowd seemed to unite instantaneously […]

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Carl DeMaio vs Scott Peters

Carl DeMaio vs Scott Peters

Today, voters will rush to the polls to choose between Republican Carl DeMaio and  Democrat Scott Peters for California’s 52nd representative to congress. Several MC’s students intern for these candidates, creating more of a public awareness and interest in our student body. Recently, DeMaio has been charged with allegations regarding sexual […]

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The Liberian Purchase

The Liberian Purchase

In the wake of the Ebola Outbreak, Norway announced its plans to pay Liberia roughly $150 million dollars to stop deforestation by 2020. Liberia, a country with nearly 17,200 square miles of forests, is the first African country to agree to such a deal. While this news may please environmentalists […]

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Review: DigiPill A-

Review: DigiPill A-

Sleep: we resisted it as kindergartners and we cherish it as high schoolers. Finding time to relax has become a lot more difficult than it used to be; after finishing homework at midnight, I force myself to doze off in order to get as much sleep as I can before […]

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Volleyball’s big jump

Volleyball’s big jump

Last year, MC’s girls’ volleyball team was unable to win any league games. Earlier this season, Senior Leanne Gehrke, this year’s captain,  expressed her hope to change last year’s misfortunes. “We have a very young varsity team, meaning that we only have a few seniors,” Gehrke said. “We hope to […]

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Mrs. Ellsworth’s big news

MC’s new  history teacher, Mrs. Megan Ellsworth, has some big news. She is having a baby. Ellsworth and her husband Aaron Reinero are looking forward to the new addition to their family. “We are very excited,” Ellsworth said. “It is our third. We don’t know yet if we are having […]

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