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Laura Loomis

Laura Loomis
Laura is a senior at MC and news editor on the SUN staff. Besides a passion for chickens and ranch houses, she enjoys the unpredictable nature of life.

A New Style

After four straight hours of Los Angeles traffic, I had to pee. Entering the parking lot to the Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, my first stop was the never-ending line to the girls’ restroom. Taking a look at the completely empty boys’ restroom, my quick urge to just go use …

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Shane Daly: Lifeguard of the Year

Passion and dedication played a role in leading MC senior Shane Daly to being named Lifeguard of the Year by Del Mar. “At the city of Del Mar we have an end of the year party after the summer months,” Daly said. “All the lifeguards vote on someone who got …

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Sundevils Being Sundevils: Ambassador Edition

The Sundevil Way champions ideal behavior and encourages all students to act as role models in the community. Because of the high standards of conduct MC is known to cultivate, the Ambassador Program is a perfect fit for the school. “The [Sundevil Ambassadors] are a group of 12 seniors who …

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Potluck Club: Dream no Longer

A project a year in the making, Potluck Club begins to surface as senior SK Bost’s brainchild. “It came to me in a dream,” Bost said, “and I thought, hey, that would be a pretty cool idea if we could get [students] together.” After her subconscious proposed the idea, Bost …

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Emmys 2017: Television’s Trump Platform

Late Night host Stephen Colbert piloted the Sept. 17 and 69th annual Emmy Awards unsurprisingly down the Trump path, forcing the show into a political atmosphere. The opening sequence featured Colbert singing an original song “The World’s a Little Better on TV”. The song highlighted the political and social issues …

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Will this drag them down?

One Direction is going on break this year, but recent endeavors prove it may be more than that. Last year the five-member-boy-band became a foursome when Zayn Malik left to pursue his solo career. Now a year later, he plans on releasing his debut album, Mind of Mine, on March …

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Ham radio club reaches new heights

They may just be a small group with an incredible talent, but MC’s Amateur Radio Club is taking student possibility to another atmosphere. Throughout the year the club puts focus on the creation of the perfect high altitude balloon, a component that takes a lot of hard work and spirit …

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Snail mail returns

Remember the last time you sat down and wrote a letter out to one of your friends and dropped it off at a mailbox for them to receive weeks later? Me neither. MC freshman Rachel Leslie is bringing snail mail back, along with Westview freshman Kaila Uyeda. “We [have been] …

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Regulation falsification

The news of El Niño had many San Diegans stocking up on necessities so they wouldn’t have to go outdoors in the unusually violent weather. Some families went as far as pulling their children out of school for a few days, bracing for the impact of the thunderstorms that hit …

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Tennis: getting a grip

 A tough loss of talent can drag any team down, but MC’s girls tennis team learned to thrive from it. To compensate for the gap left by graduated seniors, this year’s group of girls found power through hard work, focus, and confidence in each other. “Our team has put in …

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