Lately, four students in PUSD did something that many consider impossible. Juniors Henry Xu (WV), Jane Huang (DN), and Rancho Bernardo High School Broncos Isabella Ortiz and Callum Syderff all scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT. “I never worked towards scoring in that range, really,” Syderff said. “I just […]Read more ›
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.
There was a time when the aggressively dancing silhouettes of passionate iPod users plagued our TVs. The boisterous colors contrasting the minimalistic white chrome of the new product drew the envy of casual music listeners and elitists alike. Having grown up with these ad campaigns, the era of the mp3 […]
Watch here as MC Sundevils try to figure out the Words of the Day. Can you get it faster than they can? Thanks for the inspiration from Hume Lake and the Baker’s Word of the Day.
“It’s the Sundevil Way to not harass the dementors,” headmaster Craig Mango said. “Will the culprit please return the dementor cloak to its rightful owner. Thank you.” In light of recent events concerning school safety, PUSD has contracted a number of dementors as extra security to keep intruders off school […]
Lately, four students in PUSD did something that many consider impossible. Juniors Henry Xu (WV), Jane Huang (DN), and Rancho Bernardo High School Broncos Isabella Ortiz and...
Every year, the staff at MC names someone to be teacher of the year, who then represents MC at a district level...March 17, 2015 at 11:02 am
In society, individuals are defined by their ability to make their own choices. Whether their decision merely involves...February 6, 2015 at 10:02 am
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Recently an internship opportunity arose for a few select MC students. It is through an organization called Northrop Grumman, which is a large industry focusing on technology and global security systems, products and solutions. “Right now, I am in the department of business and engineering as a lab assistant,” senior […]Read more ›
March 25, 2015. This day will forever be held in scorn and hatred by millions around the world. For on this very day, Zayn Malik of the prominent, widely known band One Direction announced that his years of singing alongside the band were over. Now, “Directioners” as they are called, […]Read more ›
It’s a well-known fact that balancing sports with school is no easy feat. This makes it all the more impressive that junior Carter Clatterbuck is a star gymnast and cheerleader on top of being a well-rounded student. “I did club gymnastics when I was younger, and I quit due to […]Read more ›
Often referred to as “praying away the gay,” conversion therapy, or reparative therapy, is the practice of attempting to convert LGBT+ teens into heterosexuals. There is no scientific proof to conversion therapy, it’s just a result of bigoted and frequently religion-fueled homophobes. In 2001, the Surgeon General issued a report […]Read more ›
Every year, the staff at MC names someone to be teacher of the year, who then represents MC at a district level competition. Last year, Mike Bird was voted the best teacher on campus by the faculty. This year, that title goes to Scott Currie, one of the most beloved […]Read more ›
Inspired by the Burn Book in Mean Girls, Burnbook the app is horrible and needs to be eliminated. Personally, I refuse to clutter my phone memory by downloading it, but apparently it’s all the craze. From the description in the app store, it’s basically an anonymous app that creates a […]Read more ›
White, gold, black, blue, and ugly. The newest controversy has taken the internet by storm in the form of a dress. Last week a post on Tumblr prompted heated debate, depicting a dress that to some people, appeared black and blue, and to others, white and gold. Causing what seems […]Read more ›
Miley Cyrus. While the first thought that comes to your mind is likely her provocative performance at the 2013 VMAs (Video Music Awards), Cyrus has morphed from a teen idol to a successful entertainer, while also making herself a rather controversial figure. Supporting various charities like Habitat For Humanity, […]Read more ›
While tests and dances come and go, the MC girls water polo team remains as strong as ever. Facing many fierce enemies, the team has done remarkably well, especially in the match against Rancho Bernardo, despite their eventual defeat. One of the major reasons for the team’s rather rocky start […]Read more ›