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Chloe Jiang

Chloe Jiang
Chloe Jiang is a senior and a co-editor-in-chief of The Sun, a tea aficionado, a La Jolla Cove frequenter, a grammar snob, and an advocate for gender equality. Among her favorite words are bougie and trite.

Mr. Sundevil is a B16 Deal

Though senioritis has hit seniors nationwide, the candidates for MC’s prestigious title of Mr. Sundevil continue to dance, sing, and fall their way into the hearts of the Red Sea. Seniors Bobby Barton, Kevin Benavente, Jeremy Clark, Daniel Cope, Mike Devine, Daniel Fernandez, Connor Heinzman, Liam Lau, Ian Lemersal, James …

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Go Set a Watchman

Acclaimed author Harper Lee’s recently released novel Go Set a Watchman proved to be the publication that launched a thousand ships this past summer. Lee is known for authoring the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird, a book read by millions of students and literary lovers worldwide. The announcement of …

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Color in Culture

Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492, and cultural appropriation set sailed along with him. Over the course of history, America has been introduced to diverse cultures and has formed some of its own. But, in its entirety, America remains majority white up to the present day. The introduction of …

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Polo packs a punch

     As the buzzer rang on the night of Wednesday Sept. 8, the victory of the MC Sundevils over the Ramona Bulldogs was sealed. The boys’ varsity water polo team won 11-8. The game involved a series of back-and-forth goals in the first half, but the tides turned after …

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Microaggression

“Where are you from?” I reply, “San Diego.” This time, the asker has a slight lilt in his tone. He asks, “No, but where are you from?” At this point, I understand what he implies – that I am not from America but rather an immigrant from Asia. I respond, …

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2015 VMAs: Music, madness, moon men, oh my!

Body parts were flashed, a presidency was announced, hair was restyled, and feuds were destroyed, as well as created. MTV VMAs are no stranger to the outrageous, the insane, and silver moon man trophies, and this year was no exception. Here’s a quick recap of what news stations, celebrities, fans, and …

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The Big, the Blue, and the Beautiful

The truth is, whether we’re ready to accept it or not, us humans are singlehandedly shattering the biodiversity of our environment. The time until our current ecosystem and our own expiration date is dwindling. The primary component of the diversification of the Earth’s ecosystem stems from that of the oceans. …

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Piercing the surface

In life, things go wrong all the time, in one way or another. For sophomore Ally Forkas, not only does this statement reign true, but it is also accompanied by a barbell… and too much skin. “I wanted my belly pierced so me and my friends got a kit and …

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“Washington is full of secrets…and so is she”

“All the president’s men are nothing compared to her.” This November, former Grey’s Anatomy actress Katherine Heigl, takes on the leading lady role in NBC’s political drama State of Affairs. Heigl portrays top CIA analyst Charleston or “Charlie” Tucker, a woman who doesn’t follow the book. Each day, Tucker compiles …

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