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Dominique Barrett

Dominique was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She moved to San Diego her freshman year and started off high school as a Sundevil. She's played volleybal for the school since she's been here and is now on Varsity, she also joined staff as a sophomore. By her junior year she was appointed to the News editor. Another accomplishment would be when she was chosen to be a Sundevil Standout her sophomore year. Dominique has had a colorful Sundevil experience and looks forward to many more.

Teens in tiaras

Pageantry, the art of elaborate display and or ceremony. A common stereotype for the average person. These days, pageants are about confidence in women and ignoring the stereotype and learning about the progression of women and what they stand for. “These scholarship pageants teach you what it’s like to be …

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Gymnastics off the balance beam

Many in the making, young girls start gymnastics at the age of three. Their parents take them to constant competitions and practice for up to 16 hours a week. The grueling competitions are composed of vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exercise. The event that is most popular is …

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MORP watch out when the lights are out

Morp, One of the great dances that many schools offer every year. Students come in very loose attire but nothing too far fetched.  Teachers may have gone too far on the objectivity females can present at this dance. Prime example of undermined thinking was in 2002 when Rita Wilson, former …

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Mastermind – Rick Ross review C+

America’s favorite obese rapper, Rick Ross, finally dropped his latest album, Mastermind. As his sixth studio album, perhaps Ross is running out of steam. One can only flaunt his riches and “gangsterism” so much before it gets old. Especially since rapper 50 Cent outed him for being a former corrections …

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Back in my day

Kids nowadays have it so easy. Everywhere I turn there seems to be an eight year old with the newest iPhone. This is absolutely baffling. How is it that kids these days are learning how to update their iPhones before they’re learning how to read. When I was eight years …

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Ladies and gentlemen Queen B has returned! Beyonce shocked the world Dec. 13 when she dropped her surprise self-entitled album, BEYONCE. Only true pop-stars such as Beyonce could do something so slick while on tour. The album release was truly shocking and the album is nothing like anything Beyonce has …

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Nelson Mandela: The life & legacy

South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, philanthropist, and South African president, Nelson Mandela was laid to rest Dec. 5 at 95 years of age. Mandela had been admitted to the hospital with a serious lung infection early this past June. Mandela emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country …

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The story behind the tattoo

Junior Olivia Andrews has been through a lot since her freshman year here at MC. After finally winning her battle against self-harm and her eating disorder, Andrews felt the need to celebrate. So two years ago she got a tattoo to symbolize emerging from her struggles. “I got it because …

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Is marijuana really that bad?

There is no plant on earth more condemned and praised than the Cannabis sativa or the marijuana plant. Marijuana is easily the most common drug used in the United States. The main appealing factor of the drug is the delta-9-tetrahydrocannobinol, or THC. Cannabis is usually broken down and smoked in …

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