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Michelle Lin

Michelle Lin is currently a senior at Mt. Carmel High School. She is a staff writer and the Business Manager for the MC SUN. Michelle enjoys eating, napping and shopping at Trader Joes.

The return of AP Chemistry

  After a year-long hiatus, AP Chemistry will be offered for the 2014-2015 school year. This class will be taught by Debbie Stenger, who is currently a chemistry teacher. Stenger explains the reason behind the axing of AP Chem from this school year’s courses. “AP Chem was never supposed to …

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Young AP students at MC

For many of the students at MC, we take our first AP class in sophomore year, and probably start with APEC. However, for an elite group of students, including Tytan Le Nguyen and Michelle Zhang, their AP journey started years before. Freshman Tytan Le Nguyen took AP Calculus BC in …

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Free Opinion: YouTube

YouTube is a magical place where literally anything can be found, from parodies to cat videos. Many average people have been shot from obscurity to fame because of YouTube, and this has encouraged others to attempt to create a name for themselves as well. However, because of the relative easiness …

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Typhoon Haiyan devastates the Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan shred through the central Philippines on Nov. 8th, and was one of the most devastating storms recorded. This storm is known to the Filipinos as Typhoon Yolanda, and had winds three and a half times stronger than Hurricane Katrina, leaving whole villages flattened. This typhoon has been estimated …

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Review: Pure Heroine B

A little known New Zealand teen singer-songwriter named Lorde has recently risen to worldwide acclaim with her hit debut studio album Pure Heroine. This album can’t really be categorized into one genre, but is most close to alternative pop. Pure Heroine has 10 songs, and all have differences, but are …

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Con: Digital Learning

Technology is everywhere. In fact, you’re probably reading this on a computer, phone, or tablet. While we live in a technological era, it should not touch every aspect of our lives, especially education. Digital learning is becoming more and more prevalent in schools, and while this is often seen as …

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Are you ready for finals?

As trimester 1 comes to a close, students and teachers embark on finals week. Finals start on Nov. 13, 14, and 15, and its looming presence can be felt at MC. The general consensus of the school body is an overwhelming feeling of distress, and no one seems to be …

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