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Steven Hong

Steven Hong
Steven is now a senior at MC, and Co-Editor-In-Chief of the MC Sun. He enjoys playing volleyball and has been playing it for a number of years now. Besides volleyball, Steven enjoys to eat in his free time. He loves Italian food, Hot Cheetos, and anything that's high in sodium.

Fight for…$7.25?

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All across the nation a movement is stirring, and a group is mobilizing. Fight for 15 represents a joint effort by fast food workers everywhere to raise the minimum wage to 15 dollars, what the group defines as a living wage. As I peruse fightfor15.org, I can’t help but notice …

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City of dreams: MC floatbuilding

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  Last friday was the homecoming game where the Sundevils triumphed over the Ramona Bulldogs. But the game was not the only attraction that night. For the past week, students from each class have been working together to build homecoming floats.   “Paris was assigned to [the freshman class]. Our …

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Meet the candidates: 2016 presidential elections

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Despite being over a year away, the presidential elections have already caused quite a stir. From email scandals to accusations of misogyny, presidential campaigns for the 2016 elections are well under way. Meet the leading candidates:   The Democrats Hillary Rodham Clinton Clinton, the favorite to win the Democratic nomination, …

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Chimps cure cancer: the benefits to animal testing

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From the discovery of insulin, to the treatment of cystic fibrosis, nearly every medical breakthrough from the past 100 years has resulted directly from research utilizing animals. The polio vaccine, breast cancer, malaria, multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis, pacemakers, and anesthetics, the influence of animal testing is nearly endless.   No matter …

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MC students recognized for academic excellence

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“This might be my greatest achievement ever, and it might remain this way for a while,” senior National Merit semifinalist Cina Shahabi said. Shahabi was one of a number of MC students recognized by College Board for his or her academic aptitude shown on the Preliminary SAT (PSAT). At MC, …

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