• Urban Culture Club tears it up

    If you’ve ever walked past K-28 during lunch on Wednesdays, you probably heard a mixture of beats, rapping, and rhymes as MC seniors Minh Hong and Kevin Tran explore the realm of Urban Culture. “Kevin and I wanted a place where people could discover urban art, and discover the hip […]

    Marianna McMurdock | Photographer
  • Sasquatch out for this new trend

    Commonly called “The Squatch” by his comrades in the North American wilderness, this “mythical” beast began as a normal man who made No-shave November a year-round ordeal. He decided to spread his ideas into southern California upon his return home. Recently, the trend has affected the entire MC student body. […]

    Sasquatch out for this new trend
  • Kickin’ it with Boys’ Soccer: success of past seasons motivates

    Boys’ soccer had their first home game last Friday against West Hills High School. After a strained game, they lost 2 t-1 in a heated game. Since the 2012-2013 season, MC’s boys soccer team has been trying to achieve the record they previously had. junior Carlos Valenzuela explained what he […]

    Kickin’ it with Boys’ Soccer: success of past seasons motivates
  • A Girl Scout You Can Count On

    When the words “Girl Scouts” are heard, the first thing that comes to mind is cookies. At this point in our lives it’s practically instinct to reach into our pockets and shovel out the cash just to score a few boxes of those beloved Thin Mints. But, just because those […]

    A Girl Scout You Can Count On
  • A fresh angle on Engebrits

    As of his daughter’s birth date, MC teacher Michael Engebrits has been working on more than just mat. Engebrits also teaches AP Computer Science for all those who wish wish to learn the world of coding. “I love all the relationships that I get to build with students. We have […]

    Photo by Chianne Mallari
  • Boys Basketball Season Begins

    The boys basketball season began with tryouts for all levels on Nov. 15. “Tryouts went well this year,” Coach Chris Vitous said. “There were a small number of JV tryouts, but a large number of freshmen to make up for it.” Vitous was impressed by the positivity of the incoming […]

    Chianne Mallari | Photographer
  • Team Reed vs. Team Kennan Battle It Off In the Recent Improv Match

    Watch as Team Reed vs. Team Kennan battle it out in the recent improv match. Watch here for highlights and the results. By Aliyah Corrao and Kaylee Calver.  

  • 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 […]

    Priyanka Shreedar | Photographer

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PUSD Board Changes Hands, Elections Reveal New Goals

PUSD Board Changes Hands, Elections Reveal New Goals

December 17, 2014 at 9:17 am

In the last week, the Poway Unified School District’s Board of Education lost their president, Todd Gutschow, and one of the members, Marc Davis, who have not been voted...

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Girl saves squirrel from shrub: a holiday miracle

Tis’ the season of Christmas miracles! During the most wonderful time of the year, seasonal phenomena occur that restore an individual’s faith in the future of humanity. On Tuesday the 16th, an event took place that embodied the very essence of this magical time of year. Mary Bella, a freshman […]

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Santa stays out of shape this season: annual Santa Run 5K cancelled

Santa stays out of shape this season: annual Santa Run 5K cancelled

While San Diego can’t exactly offer people a white Christmas, there has always been one holiday tradition that anyone can participate in to boost the holiday cheer. The Santa Run, a 5K held on Garnet Avenue, is a huge event that many were looking forward to this season. “You run […]

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Deck the beards with baubles

Deck the beards with baubles

  Quick! If you had a beard, how would you prepare it for the holidays?  If you answered “decorate it like a Christmas tree”, then you would be correct. A festive twist on the hipster trend of flower beards (which is exactly what it sounds like -seriously, feel free to […]

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New season brings new waves

New season brings new waves

With a new season comes new difficulties and struggles. However, the MC girls water polo team is more than ready to take on any challenge. Last Tuesday was the start of what is sure to be an awesome season. Despite a defeat, everyone on the team performed admirably against La […]

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Preserving the Holiday Spirit

When  child is born, his or her mind is similar to a blank canvas- unmarred by the black horizons of prejudice and the foreboding shades of bias. Throughout the formative years of a child’s youth, the educational system plays an influential role in shaping a child’s attitudes and opinions regarding […]

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One Direction’s  FOUR  might just change everything

One Direction’s FOUR might just change everything

Say what you want about One Direction, but you can’t deny their effectiveness. With their good looks, British charm, and catchy pop tunes, the band has made history as the first group ever to debut at number one on the US Billboard charts with their first four consecutive albums. Take […]

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Rockin’ around the Christmas tree… with your crazy family!

Rockin’ around the Christmas tree… with your crazy family!

December 25th is the reminder for families worldwide to let their guards down and chow down with distant cousins in the spirit of Old St. Nick. Now, some people might believe that each family is different and special, but in reality, every family has the same crazy relatives that make […]

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Review: “The Theory of Everything” B-

Review: “The Theory of Everything” B-

Stephen Hawking. Whether you can recognize the robotic voice of children impersonating him, or you are familiar with his brilliant theories, you know his name. And now The Theory of Everything not only introduces you to his name, but his life, and does so in a heart-breaking sequence of scenes […]

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Shining a light on the special education staff

Though their work often goes unnoticed, the incredible teachers and unique staff of the special education department at MC work hard to ensure the students are getting the help they need. The teachers on the special ed team all got their start in different ways. “I saw an ad in […]

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PUSD Board Changes Hands, Elections Reveal New Goals

PUSD Board Changes Hands, Elections Reveal New Goals

In the last week, the Poway Unified School District’s Board of Education lost their president, Todd Gutschow, and one of the members, Marc Davis, who have not been voted for to serve again. Their spots will be filled by Kimberly Beatty,  who is the new president, Michelle Ratcliff, who is […]

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