• From Azkaban to MC: effectiveness of dementors raises concern

    “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 […]

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  • Local Hidden Adventure Spots

    Meandering through the trampled hiking trails of Torrey Pines while inhaling the scents of the ocean air is not an uncommon occurrence during the weekend of an outdoorsy San Diegan. Despite the breathtaking beauty that our coasts offer, hidden paths and adrenaline-inducing hikes that are intermingled within our community too […]

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  • Review: Taylor Swift “1989”

    It seems that America’s favorite blonde-bobbed, red lipstick wielding sweetheart has struck again with a series of love, heartbreak and anthem songs. Amounting to her fifth studio album, 1989,  Swift has opened a new chapter in her music career – and the world is loving it. In what seems to […]

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  • Do You Believe in Love?

    For thousands of years, human beings have been trying to understand love. It is the great unknown, unpredictable and unquantifiable, and there seems to be no way to define this enduring enigma. To try and control something as inexplicable as love seems ridiculous, even laughable, yet this is what laws […]

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  • Environmental Club plants native garden for aesthetic, science

    While most Sundevils went home for school on Thursday Jan. 9, members of  MC’s revamped Environmental Club greeted dirt, worms, and humility with open arms. After meeting with the Master Gardener Association of San Diego, the club constructed a native plant garden in the once-barren planters in front of the […]

    Photographer | Marianna McMurdock
  • Spoon River succeeds onstage, moves on to CETA competition

    My hopes were not high for Theatre at the Mount’s Spoon River Project. Not because of the high school actors (MC drama students have a reputation for acting that transcends their years) but because I’d heard that the plot all unfolded in one place, one time, in a graveyard of […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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. […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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Carlsbad High School shooting threat closes campus

Carlsbad High School shooting threat closes campus

January 15, 2015 at 2:19 pm

In the first school week of January, Carlsbad High School students were released from class due to a school shooting threat. The threat, made by a student who threatened to...

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Carlsbad High School shooting threat closes campus

Carlsbad High School shooting threat closes campus

In the first school week of January, Carlsbad High School students were released from class due to a school shooting threat. The threat, made by a student who threatened to carry out a shooting rampage at 11:30 a.m that Monday, or 10:20 a.m that Tuesday, was posted to Instagram at […]

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