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Morgan Lanyon

Morgan Lanyon
Morgan is a senior at Mt. Carmel High School. She is kept constantly busy with varsity field hockey, Hebrew school, swim team, and being the co-Editor in Chief of the MC Sun. She has a problem with watching too much TV, and eating an excessive amount of snacks. She knows the lyrics to practically every Billy Joel song, and doesn't care who knows. She also knows about most celebrities, and can answer your questions almost as fast as the internet.

Review: “Interstellar”-A+

At one point in your life, you have probably wondered if there were other planets out there that could support life. And while those were most likely childish thoughts in your eyes, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar explores this exact thought. Nolan does so in a brilliant, mind-blowing sequence of scenes that …

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Bill Cosby: a new perception of an old legend

Recent allegations against Bill Cosby, a man known for clean and typically expletive-free humor, have brought to light 16 counts of sexual assault. The comedian, who lit up households with classic jokes such as “chocolate cake for breakfast”, and “Dad, I’m Jesus Christ”, is now being forced down the path …

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Operation “Bald Eagle”

There is a spy among us. He walks with us, he talks with us, he teaches us, and yet we have never realized who this person really is. Timothy Calver, which in fact is just an alias, goes by his code name “Bald Eagle” on the job. Calver was recruited …

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“Black-ish” is good-ish

As the release of new fall shows is fast approaching, ABC’s new show Black-ish has caught the attention of many. The show delves into the life of an upper-class African American family who is out of touch with the norms of their race; Black-ish features a disappointed father who deals …

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My time in Israel

Growing up, I had always watched the news with a sense of lightheartedness. I think I assumed that because things weren’t happening to me, they never felt too real. My perspective changed drastically over the summer, when I flew to Israel on July 8, the day things began to escalate …

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