• Jimmy Nguyen Crowned Mr. Sundevil

    MC’s second annual Mr. Sundevil pageant was a blast and the senior boys really set the bar high for next year’s contestants. Mr. Sundevil is a pageant for senior boys to compete to see who most exemplifies the Sundevil Way. Contestants showed off their nicest threads in the dress wear […]

    Marianna McMurdock |Photographer
  • S.A.G.E at MC

    One of the newest additions to MC’s club repertoire is S.A.G.E, or Student Advocates for Gender Equality. Founded by Anthony la Scala and Casey Castle, it has set out to leave a lasting mark on the student body. “We want to stop sexism within the school and discrimination towards people […]

    Chianne Mallari | Photographer
  • Close MC jv Soccer Game

    The Mt. Carmel Sundevils girls JV soccer team tied Friday’s home conference game against rival school Westview by a score of 1-1 on January 30, 2015.

  • Taylor too Swift to spot on Spotify

    There was a time when the aggressively dancing silhouettes of passionate iPod users plagued our TVs. The boisterous colors contrasting the minimalistic white chrome of the new product drew the envy of casual music listeners and elitists alike. Having grown up with these ad campaigns, the era of the mp3 […]

    Taylor too Swift to spot on Spotify
  • Sundevil Words of the Day

    Watch here as MC Sundevils try to figure out the Words of the Day. Can you get it faster than they can?   Thanks for the inspiration from Hume Lake and the Baker’s Word of the Day.  

  • 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 […]

    Chianne Mallari | Photographer
  • 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 […]

    Local Hidden Adventure Spots
  • 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 […]

    Review: Taylor Swift “1989”
  • 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 […]

    Do You Believe in Love?
  • 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

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Chelsea’s Light Shines at MC

Chelsea’s Light Shines at MC

February 6, 2015 at 10:02 am

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Girls Water Polo Evaluates Goals with Gusto

Girls Water Polo Evaluates Goals with Gusto

While tests and dances come and go, the MC girls water polo team remains as strong as ever. Facing many fierce enemies, the team has done remarkably well, especially in the match against Rancho Bernardo, despite their eventual defeat. One of the major reasons for the team’s rather rocky start […]

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Grammys 2015 recap

Grammys 2015 recap

Sunday Feb. 8, was the 57th annual Grammys, and the show was rife with dancing Minotaurs, violinists, and artists crossovers. The first performance  of the night was by ACDC. (“Who are these people?” my sister asked halfway through). Other artists that night ranged from Ariana Grande to Hozier and a […]

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Meninists: who they are and why to avoid them

Meninists: who they are and why to avoid them

A new, slightly bewildering  fad has become popular among young men recently called “meninism.” The term seemingly stemmed from a twitter account called @MeninistTweet, bearing a disclaimer saying the account is a parody. Unfortunately, sexism is still sexism, whether someone means it as a joke or not, and something about the […]

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Ronningen Injured, Still on Track for College Play

Ronningen Injured, Still on Track for College Play

In a recent soccer game on January 8, 2015 MC played against El Camino High School. Senior Austin Ronningen injured himself 60 minutes into the game. He was taken to the Scripps Green Hospital emergency room where he received various scans that determined the extent of his injuries. “The scans […]

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Trivia Crack Epidemic Strikes Mt. Carmel

Trivia Crack Epidemic Strikes Mt. Carmel

On January 28, 2015, sophomore Billy Gonzales was found disoriented at Hilltop Park, shouting nonsense about obscure sports, mediocre actors, and ancient history. He was immediately taken to the hospital, where he was identified as suffering from a very peculiar form of overdose, and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. […]

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Boys Basketball Nears the Final Stretch

As the boys’ basketball season nears the final stretch, the outcome of every game counts and the players must be certain they come out on top. Senior Joshua Morales holds a guard position and believes the team still has some work to do. “The season [has] gone pretty well overall,” […]

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Chelsea’s Light Shines at MC

Chelsea’s Light Shines at MC

In society, individuals are defined by their ability to make their own choices. Whether their decision merely involves two soda brands or addresses a more radical controversial issue, every individual possesses the ability to control their choices and determine their course of action. On March 2nd, 2010, over 3,500 people […]

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Game of Thrones club feature

Game of Thrones club feature

“[Game of Thrones] is basically a fantasy,” senior Kennan Billamoria, president of the Game of Thrones club, said. “It has fantasy elements but it is a political drama with a big ensemble cast. There is a struggle for power in all of these different regions, and so it is really […]

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Amazon’s “Transparent” is transcendent

Amazon’s “Transparent” is transcendent

I first heard about Transparent, a show centered around an aging man who is finally coming out to his family as transgender, while watching the Golden Globes. The crew accepted the award for  Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical), and I am only slightly ashamed to say that I cried […]

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Objectification of ads and women

Commercials: everyone hates them. Whether it is the overly catchy tune, or the unlikely situation or random interpretation of celebrities, they all succeed in producing eye-rolls. The thing about ads is that they played far too often. I can’t go one day of watching TV without seeing a super attractive […]

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