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 […]Read more ›
MC’s art students do chalk day! Once a year people sign up to create beautiful masterpieces drawn on the ground for all to see. Don’t step on them though!
Meet the new dance team at MC! A quick overview of Homemade and their performances.
Procrastination. It gets the best of all of us sometimes. Check out this comical short story of the process and conflict most average students have in doing the task every student must overcome: writing an essay.
At Coachella, many famous celebrities, like Selena Gomez, Kylie Jenner, and Vanessa Hudgens, wore a bindi in the name of fashion. A religious symbol, the bindi is sacred to people of the Hindu culture. This is not something you can just simply wear for likes on Instagram. By doing so, […]
“That was probably the most hyped and important game,” senior Peter Santiago said of the boys volleyball win against Torrey Pines last Tuesday. MC took the match in a close fifth game. “We were up 13 to 4 in the fifth set, and then they came back and it was […]
On Monday, April 20, a sea of blue-clad people gathered at the district office, spilling out the doors into the parking lot. PUSD teachers and administrators were brought together for the board meeting organized to discuss the wage dispute. The meeting started out as almost lighthearted, with a food truck […]
For the first time in 16 years, PUSD board of directors is causing commotion within the bargaining process in regards to the teaching process. The MC SUN attended the last meeting on April 20th, 2015. Watch to see what happened.
3.1415.. How much farther can MC recite π?, watch to find out. Sundevils attempt to say all of π, but some only get so far. Let’s see who gets pie!
On Saturday morning, many San Diegans opted out of sleeping in, and instead chose to participate in the sixth annual Make-A-Wish “Walk for Wishes” event. The Walk...
On April 8th, MC embarked on a journey to space. Members of the MC Amateur Radio Club worked together to send...May 4, 2015 at 9:59 am
It is a dream for many to be able to travel the world, experience new cultures and ways of life. For some students...May 1, 2015 at 10:48 am
“The most important thing for me is providing students with the opportunity to do something they would not be...April 21, 2015 at 9:10 am
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 […]Read more ›
The whole world waited with bated breath for the arrival of England’s second royal baby. Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born at 8:34 a.m. on May 2 at St. Mary’s Hospital. As the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte is fourth in line to the […]Read more ›
After countless hours of practice, many meets so far, and a team bond that helps the girls excel, MC’s gymnastics is ready to continue strong and go out with a flourish. “We are working towards winning leagues, beating out our biggest competitors, SCC, and hopefully doing well in CIF’s,” senior […]Read more ›
Mount Carmel’s very own varsity baseball team got a chance to play against Poway High School at Petco Park. “It was a really cool experience, and even though we didn’t come out victorious, it was still an amazing opportunity.” Center fielder and Junior Jordan Gochenour said. They lost the game […]Read more ›
Many know her as the hero who nursed a sprained ankle or tendonitis-ridden rotator cuff back to full strength. Others see her at games riding into action to give medical attention to fallen athletes. We all know her as Diane Lawrance, MC’s beloved athletic trainer. Diane has been MC’s trainer […]Read more ›
Curry, the delectable, deliciously spicy food, common to Asian people and subject to merciless stereotypes. It is definitely not the food of all Indians, all the time, contrary to popular thought. It is a harsh and cruel stereotype that Indians have to deal with everywhere they go. Indians do eat […]Read more ›
There used to be a time when cellphones were used purely for making phone calls, but with the emergence of smart phones, mobiles can now be used for virtually anything. Apps are endless and as phones continue to become more high-tech, facial interaction and actually speaking to one another the […]Read more ›
Entertainment has changed drastically over the years. From vinyl records to CDs and boomboxes to mp3’s, how we acquire and enjoy music has evolved (for the better – or worse if you think). One most notable aspect of the music industry that has been the topic of some fiery debates […]Read more ›
Over the span of spring break, sophomore Isabelle Martinez and her family left their daily American lives for an exciting eleven-day Italian excursion. The Martinezes, eager to get the most out of their trip, visited four culturally different cities. “We spent the first five nights in Rome, four nights […]Read more ›