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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.

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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Hike, spike, strike

All high schools have the club classics: drama, science olympiad, key club. For the most part, students will attend meetings so they can say they did something extra in high school. For MC, students have the opportunity to go beyond extra by involving themselves in rock climbing club, badminton club, …

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Stepping it up on the court

  Determination is the name of the game for tennis players this year. Rivaling teams have stepped up the heat, and in perfect time, as MC has lost some strong players and memorable teammates. “We lost our number one doubles players, and our number one and two, singles players this …

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Red, gold, and spirit all over

  Screams ran through the air as Sundevils welcomed each other into the official start of the school year. The fall pep rally started off with dynamic dance routines from MC’s Dance Troupe, Modern Identity, Homemade, and Cheer, and a foresight of the school year to come. The energy from the …

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Amy Moran: Brimming Success

Many college-bound students have high goals for the future, which tend to be limited by student debt. For few, this worry is diminished by scholarships. Senior Amy Moran is one of those selected to receive a full-ride scholarship to UCSD. “The Jacobs scholarship is given to engineering students,” Moran said. …

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Boys Golf Wraps in Rhythm

For MC’s varsity boys golf team, this season came with a schedule of tough matches and a determined unit of golfers ready to take on whatever came their way. “We play in the toughest division in San Diego so it’s really difficult,” junior Ian Hwang said. “We had some good …

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Boys golf: on the final stretch

With their last meet, against Torrey Pines, scheduled for April 30, the boys golf team is making their final run with sock tans and eager grins. Their latest match against Westview ended with results consistent with what has been seen throughout the season. Although they are not defeating other teams frequently, …

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Will sport programs last?

For some MC sports teams this year, money has been a setback. In particular, the girls lacrosse team is doing what they can to fundraise the much needed cash to ensure the teams will be competing again next year. “We are a self funded team,” freshman Lindsey Shephard of the …

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MC cafeteria workers: who are they?

A shadow through the screen, a silent voice in the background: these are the members of MC most students really don’t know. The lunch line workers are mysteries just waiting to be uncovered. Besides being the servers for all students at MC, the cafeteria staff have stories of their own. …

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