• Congratulations class of 2015

    To the class of 2015. We, the SUN Staff, would like to take a moment to not only congratulate you all on graduating, but to say some final words as we bid you farewell. You have definitely left your mark on our beautiful MC. The rowdiness, the spirit, and laughter […]

    Congratulations class of 2015
  • Last Dance

    A feature on senior Charley Myer’s last dance showcase at Mt. Carmel.

  • Numbers

    Every citizen of the United States is just a number in this country. From the day Social Security numbers were introduced, our government has attached an arbitrary number to identify us. Almost every aspect of this country is based on percentages, statistics, and figures. Schools, testing, college acceptances, finance, careers, […]

    -Mimi Hoang
  • Numbers

    “Be yourself.” You hear everyone say. You listen to this bit of advice, knowing it is meant to encourage you, but you’ve got a bit of an issue… ‘Who am I?’ you may ask.  You may even think that you are defined by something other than who you really are. […]

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  • MCSUN Short Film – Group Projects

    20% credit. 100% work. This comedy short film exaggerates what happens when the teacher assigns you the group project instead of you choosing your partners.  

  • Human of the Mount: The Quiet Wish

    On a routine visit to Rady Children’s Hospital last summer, freshman Nicholas Thompson and his family were approached with an idea some find hard to grasp: the wish – the chance to do anything, meet anyone, without restriction of imagination. And on an afternoon in late April, Thompson’s wish crystallized […]

    Human of the Mount: The Quiet Wish
  • Memorial Day: MC’s Flag Raising Ceremony

    Thanks to all of those who came out to help MC recognize and remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country. These are the highlights to the Memorial Day ceremony on Friday May 22, 2015.

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Amy Moran: Brimming Success

May 28, 2015 at 9:03 am

Many college-bound students have high goals for the future, which tend to be limited by student debt. For few, this worry is diminished by scholarships. Senior Amy Moran is...

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Riding the wave through CIFs

Riding the wave through CIFs

With MC’s swim and dive season coming to a close, it’s time to dive into the end of their season. The last varsity swim and dive meet was CIFs, which started on Wednesday, May 20, and continued through Friday. Sophomore Lauren Kapp, a varsity swimmer, explains how MC’s swim and […]

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Track ends season with a successful stride: Why is everyone chasing me?

Track ends season with a successful stride: Why is everyone chasing me?

Last laps are soon to be run as the track team crosses the finish line to their 2015 season. The team is in the midst of preparing for CIF finals, which will occur on May 30. Competing in CIF is a serious competitive event and MC plans to take the […]

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Amy Moran: Brimming Success

Many college-bound students have high goals for the future, which tend to be limited by student debt. For few, this worry is diminished by scholarships. Senior Amy Moran is one of those selected to receive a full-ride scholarship to UCSD. “The Jacobs scholarship is given to engineering students,” Moran said. […]

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Boys Golf Wraps in Rhythm

For MC’s varsity boys golf team, this season came with a schedule of tough matches and a determined unit of golfers ready to take on whatever came their way. “We play in the toughest division in San Diego so it’s really difficult,” junior Ian Hwang said. “We had some good […]

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Bailing out early: Melissa Bailes will graduate after only three years of high school

Bailing out early: Melissa Bailes will graduate after only three years of high school

Our education system is very heavily based on structure, a set formula for students to follow in order to reach maximum success. There are six years of elementary school (including kindergarten), three years of middle school, and four years of high school, all in preparation for college. However, the accepted […]

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It’s PURRfect

It’s PURRfect

Calling all lovers of cats and coffee! There’s a claw-some place in downtown San Diego where cappuccinos and furry felines come together. The concept of the “cat cafe” originated in Taiwan, with the first one opening in 1998. Japan as a whole has around 150 feline friendly cafes, with at […]

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A tribute to the fallen: Grey’s Anatomy

A tribute to the fallen: Grey’s Anatomy

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD Anyone past the first couple seasons of medical drama Grey’s Anatomy knows that creator Shonda Rhimes is ruthless. With countless character deaths in its 11 season course, Shonda has ripped out the metaphorical hearts of thousands of viewers. Recently, an end of season shocker left Grey’s fans crushed […]

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Netflix welcomes the Tanners

Netflix welcomes the Tanners

Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV? How did I get to living here? Somebody tell me please! This old world’s confusing me. These iconic lyrics are known around the world as those that welcomed Full House onto our television screens. The family that included Danny Tanner, […]

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Fil-Am is Ful-Phil-ing

Fil-Am is Ful-Phil-ing

A night of dancing, singing, play performances, and food, all centered on the complex Filipino culture. On May 8, MC’s performing arts center hosted a group of over 100 people from all over the school district. “PCN or Filipino Culture Night is a night where we showcase our talents to […]

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Play hard, play smart, play together

Play hard, play smart, play together

The stadium lights shining down on the Sundevil stadium cast the bittersweet mood on what was the last game of lacrosse some girls would ever play. Although the team lost their last game of the season, nothing could take away from the positive feelings that radiated from the field. “We […]

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