Articles By: Morgan Lanyon

Michael Jackson’s “Xscape” is a thriller

Michael Jackson’s “Xscape” is a thriller

In 2009, the world said goodbye to the “King of Pop,” Michael Jackson. The radios blasted with his music, as if to say farewell to the artist that the world watch grow up. But now, in 2014, Xscape, a new Michael Jackson album, was released. This album has allowed the […]

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Review: “Celebrate” B-

Review: “Celebrate” B-

In 2011, season 10 of American Idol reached new heights with a contestant by the name of James Durbin, who begged everyone to give metal a chance. Now, in 2014, Durbin has just released his second album titled Celebrate. And although Durbin finished fourth on the show, he shows a […]

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Chase Eckman: cadet in training

Seniors are eagerly waiting for the moment their high school careers come to an end. And for most, the excitement of college drawing near is almost overwhelming. But for a few, including senior Chase Eckman, the military track was more appealing than the traditional college experience. For Eckman, the decision […]

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Review: “Louder”-A

  In the past year, a lot has happened to singer Lea Michele. From filming season 5 of Glee, to losing her long-time boyfriend Cory Monteith to a drug overdose, it seemed like she was handling everything very well. And recently, Michele released her debut album “Louder.” Through this album, […]

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School budget cuts leads to shortened school year

School budget cuts leads to shortened school year

The unspeakable has happened to MC. Over the course of a few weeks, the PUSD staff had to make the heartbreaking decision to shut down MC for the rest of the year, due to finances.  “As of today, I regret deeply to inform all staff, students, and parents that due […]

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Frozen: No one will let it go

Frozen: No one will let it go

“Let it go. Let it go.” These lyrics can be heard from almost everyone, at every possible second. The movie Frozen has taken the world by storm, and is taking over the minds of people of all ages. The film I assume was aimed to be for a younger audience, […]

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Choir madrigal dinner

As a choir tradition, the Madrigal dinner, which the Classical and Bel Canto choir have been preparing for about one and a half months took place on Monday and Tuesday, the 16 and 17 of December, at the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church. “The madrigal dinner is a medieval reenactment […]

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Girls basketball starts their season with triumph

As winter season sports are beginning at MC, the girls’ basketball team has started it off with a bang. “This season is going great so far,” junior Ali Englehardt said. “Our team is 5-0 right now and we have already beaten some top ranked teams.” The team is adjusting to […]

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Classrooms need to un-deck the halls

Classrooms need to un-deck the halls

It is that time of year again. Holiday music can be found on every radio station as we invite the holiday season into our homes. The excitement can be felt throughout the school halls and classes. Some teachers are more festive than others during this time, which leaves the question […]

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Thanksgivukkah

This year, there is the most extraordinary opportunity to conclude the celebration of Thanksgiving as well as lighting Hanukkah’s second light. The holidays coincide with one another, bringing an event that will not happen in this lifetime. It’s the first time since 1888 that any of the eight days in […]

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