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Johanne Milios

Johann is a senior and a staff writer for the MC Sun. Her hobbies include eating a carton of ice cream in one sitting and crying during math class.

Varsity Softball puts their best foot forward

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Though only a couple weeks have passed since the initiation of spring sports, MC is already seeing an auspicious start for their Varsity Softball players. With the exception of losing a neck-and-neck competition against Granite Hills by one point, MC Varsity Softball has been successful throughout all of their recent …

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MC Girls Basketball beats Mission Vista

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Last Friday, the Sundevils triumphed in a close girls basketball game against Mission Vista. Their win didn’t come easily, however, as Mission Vista proved to be a competitive contender. Winning with a score of 59-48, the Sundevils had to remain focused throughout the neck-and-neck event in order to push past …

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A Sundevil that plays dress-up with style

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As if being a spirited Sundevil and dedicated Color Guard member does not keep her busy enough, senior Karen Whealdon spends her free time preparing for war as a viking, working against the Illuminati, and just taking dress-up to a whole different level. In order to invest herself in her …

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A Kenyan Student’s Opportunity for Education

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Education is something that everybody needs but not everybody has access to. Over the months of November and December, Interact Club members raised money to fund Tracy Akaji Awinde’s second year of high school in Kenya. Awinde is the fifth Kenyan student that the club has sponsored. MC’s Interact Club …

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Giving Others a Second Chance

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While many privileged individuals don’t  think twice about how fortunate they are, two Sundevils recognize their advantages and help those who aren’t as lucky. Seniors Veena Bobba and Elise Kirkbride are regular volunteers at an aid agency in Pacific Beach, California. Second Chances Bread of Life is a group that …

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The Holidays are no Jolly Days

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Apart from being a season of giving, the holidays are a time for shoving over false sales, wasting your time in long lines, and stressing over finding an adequate present. Whenever the holiday season rolls around, many frenzied shoppers drag themselves to the mall every other day with the determined …

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The Aftermath of the Presidential Election

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Following November’s announcement of Donald Trump as president-elect, the growing concern of targeted harassment across the nation has been echoed within our own school district. The contentious race alone managed to cause discord among students and staff, but the election outcome itself has introduced a completely separate issue. Not only …

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A volleyball season for the books

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This year’s girls volleyball team set a new record for their sport at MC. After progressing through the beginning of the season undefeated and placing second in the CIF finals, the team was able to reach the first round of state, the farthest level that any MC girls volleyball team …

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Thinking in Ink

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  In the community of creativity, October is the month of tricks, treats, and a ton of talent. Social media artist Jake Parker created Inktober in 2009 to test his inking skills and try to develop positive drawing habits. He devised 31 different drawing themes and compelled himself to abide …

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