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A Poway princess

Glittering dresses, make up, poise and prestige filled the stage as cheers rang around the Poway Performing Arts Center. The Miss Poway Pageant occurred there on March 30, and MC sophmore Sophia Dahlen was crowned the Second Teen Princess at the competition. “When the announcer called my name, it didn’t …

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New responsibilities over old memories

With third trimester ending  the school year, students walk around seeing faces and names they heard almost everyday, but they may have noticed a new and friendly face roaming around campus in a campus security golf cart or at the gate entries. Getting  a “hi” as you walk by, or …

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A Miraculous Homerun

Loud exuberant applause filled the stands as the Jungle Poppins, a band of Miracle League players, filled the air with music and pure unadulterated joy. The band  performed at the Miracle League of San Diego, a nonprofit organization where special needs kids and young adults play organized baseball with the …

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Miss Vietnam in America

The start of February becomes very prominent in Vietnamese culture due to the Lunar New Year. It allows those who are part of the Vietnamese culture and those who are not to witness the rich culture promoted. In San Diego, the Tet Festival allows those of our community to partake …

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Ethan Lee: the art of expression

Move without moving, speak without speaking, dream without dreaming. All of these emotions can be displayed through any form of art. In the case of senior Ethan Lee, characters jump and run across the pages of his sketchbook as ideas transfer through his hands and onto the thick paper. His …

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MC’s Local Movie Critic

Movies are seen as mere entertainment pieces. For others, it is an artistic portal to another world. Senior Khayle Flores lives as MC’s go to  cinephile. “I see movies as an art form,” Flores said. “There’s a lot of craft that goes into making film, and I’m drawn to great …

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Julia Hindle: 100 Days of Practice

Sweat broke on her forehead as her body continued to jolt back and forth in the chair. In her hands, a weapon. A weapon of both power and emotion strung tightly with four, thick strings being vibrated by a horse hair bow. This weapon does not kill with blood, but …

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Miss Universe 2018

The Miss Universe pageant at first glance can be regarded as a contest based solely off of looks, however, what many might overlook is that it displays representation from around the world of all different backgrounds and cultures on a single stage. The 68th Miss Universe was hosted in Thailand …

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Never “second rate”

While Mt. Carmel has a deservingly awarded band, the orchestra has composed seven concerts throughout the year, performing in two competition festivals, and finishing off with their Pops Concert. They also got “unanimous superior” during The Poway festival of the arts. On top of that they have to perfect five …

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The big decision

The May 1st deadline for college decisions has come and gone, leaving time alone to reflect on the lengthy college application and decision process. MC seniors have their own reasons for landing their choice college, with recurring emphasis on academics, location, cost of attendance, and population. Annette Phan UC Riverside, …

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