• 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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?

  • Thompson trims his way to the top

    He’s known as the guy with the crazy ponytail who leads the cheers in the Red Sea every week, @ianthabarber by 534 Twitter followers, and, to his clients and friends, Ian Thompson. With his sweet kicks and fly style, it’s no surprise that there’s another thing he’s got hidden in […]

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  • A survivors tale: 9/11

    Last Thursday, our country mourned the death of over 3,000 civilians that died in the attacks on 9/11. Those who were present at the time of the attack haven’t forgotten. Shankar Viswanathan, a relative of mine, lived in New Jersey was used to the commute to and from New York […]

    A survivors tale: 9/11
  • New counselor: Jennifer Smith

    MC welcomes a new counselor to the school this year: Jennifer Smith, who is taking on the U through Z’s. Before coming to MC she was at King-Chavez Community High school, a charter school in downtown San Diego, as a school counselor and P.E. teacher. Smith was inspired to choose […]

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  • The scoop: new teachers on the block

    You may have noticed a few unfamiliar names on your schedules this year. If you have, it’s because our campus is welcoming 11 new teachers this year. But everyone knows that when you get your schedule, you ask all your friends what the scoop is on the upcoming trimester’s teachers. […]

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  • Travel Corner: Hettick takes Ireland center-stage

    Tick tock. The tedious sound of the classroom’s clock strikes again with the horrid sound we’ve become all too familiar with. Tick Tock. A few more seconds left until the bell rings, freeing us all from the confines of our school and into our two month hiatus. Ring. The halls […]

    Cabra Castle, Ireland

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Girls volleyball and field hockey movie night fundraiser

Girls volleyball and field hockey movie night fundraiser

October 12, 2014 at 6:38 pm

Half way into the first trimester, Fall sports are in full swing, but many teams are struggling with funds. This year, girls volleyball and girls field hockey are teaming...

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Double the trouble: movie sequels appear years later

Double the trouble: movie sequels appear years later

Successful movie franchises like Twilight and Harry Potter have been pumping out sequels every year or so, raking in millions at the box office with each installment. However, some franchises take more time off before continuing their series. Toy Story 3 was released 11 years after Toy Story 2, hooking […]

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Fockey frenzy

Fockey frenzy

MC field hockey’s winning season hasn’t slowed, as evident in their win on Thursday against Mission Vista. “We’re top of our league right now,” senior Kelly Blichfeldt said. “We used to lose almost every game but now we’re 10-4.” As the season progressed, the team has faced challenges, but so […]

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Girl’s tennis’ struggle and recovery

Girl’s tennis’ struggle and recovery

These past few weeks, the girl’s tennis have been on a down. But with the recent win against Patrick Henry, the girls have made a great comeback. These included doubles matches, which gave the girls some variation from the normal singles. “It’s cool because they’re the only other matches we […]

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School Starts too Early

School Starts too Early

It’s no secret that many students at MC don’t get enough sleep. On average, eight percent of high school students get their recommended nine and a quarter hours of sleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Why? Well, we can start with our school’s start time. According to the American […]

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The Big, the Blue, and the Beautiful

The Big, the Blue, and the Beautiful

The truth is, whether we’re ready to accept it or not, us humans are singlehandedly shattering the biodiversity of our environment. The time until our current ecosystem and our own expiration date is dwindling. The primary component of the diversification of the Earth’s ecosystem stems from that of the oceans. […]

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Review: This is Where I Leave You D+

I hold Shawn Levy’s comedies close to my heart just as much the next gal, but This is Where I Leave You missed the mark for me, big time. The only redeeming factor was the actors cast in the movie, which included many personal favorites: the sassy Tina Fey, the […]

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Those pants are tight, yo.

Those pants are tight, yo.

Yoga Pants. Not the most modest form of pants, but do they really require rules banning female students from wearing them? Supposedly, yoga pants are “distracting” to the learning environment, according to the male faculty at Devil’s Lake High School in North Dakota. In addition to the ban on yoga […]

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Operation “Bald Eagle”

There is a spy among us. He walks with us, he talks with us, he teaches us, and yet we have never realized who this person really is. Timothy Calver, which in fact is just an alias, goes by his code name “Bald Eagle” on the job. Calver was recruited […]

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Cross Country: Palomar Cluster

Cross Country: Palomar Cluster

Not even 103 degree heat deterred MC cross country from performing well at the Palomar Cluster meet. “The meet was at Kit Carson Park, and it was really hot and dusty, which made it hard to breathe,” junior Bailey Sandstrom said. ¨You have all this dirt in your eyes and […]

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I pledge allegiance…

I pledge allegiance…

“I pledge allegiance to the flag…,” We all recite this most mornings at the beginning of third period. But do any of us really remember or care about what we are saying? As high schoolers growing up in the United States, most of us learned the pledge in kindergarten or […]

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