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Kristian De Leon Travel Corner

As summer quickly drew to a close, students across the school gathered to exchange stories about their summer adventures. Amongst the student body is junior Kristian De Leon. First was a luxurious Mexican cruise. Although not very far from home, De Leon got to experience a romantic movie style day …

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The horrors of the DMV

Any student that has pursued getting their learner’s permit or driver’s license has had to visit the Department of Motor Vehicles otherwise known as the DMV. It is rare to find someone who has had a pleasant experience at the DMV. Anyone who has ever been there knows it is …

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Cool licenses: MC students share their experiences with unique licenses

Freedom is something that every human being desires. We have achieved this through vehicles that allow us to go places that would have been difficult or impossible for us to reach otherwise. Senior Austin Tyson is a unique student in that he has something that few his age possess, he …

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Thoughtful Thursdays

As students settle into the new year, along with our new principal Greg Magno, students probably notice the new addition to every Thursday. Some may believe having to do the “Thoughtful Thursday” assignments are great for students to review their lessons, but not everyone is happy about seeing their “Thoughtful …

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The Jungles of Panama; A Student and Her Church’s Trip to Central America

Despite our modern travel methods, where we can cross the world in less than a day, many locations remain secluded from us. Panama is the southernmost country in Central America, found on the isthmus connecting North and South America. “My church every year goes to a different Latin-speaking country and …

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Gonzalez Family Determined to ‘Kick Cancer in the Throat’

In just the past few months, senior Jessica Gonzalez and junior Sabrina Gonzalez’s mom, Lisa, was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. While the Gonzalez family is trying to let the news soak in and at the same time adapt to several new changes in their lives, they have found …

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Jewish club restarted after a year-long hiatus

After the Jewish club’s president Marina Dannecker graduated, the club slowly fell off the radar. But now, some students have decided to try and bring it back, including Dannecker’s younger sister. Freshmen Alaina Dannecker and Nicole Rickerd, along with a third friend, are going to try to get the club …

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Underground Artists

By definition, art is “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination”.  It is most often linked to art in a visual form such as a painting, but can refer to writing, music, or even filmmaking. Among the hundreds of students present at Mt. Carmel, there is a …

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Sundevil Spotlight: Shiv Monteiro

When did you start playing volleyball? Why? I started playing sophomore year on a whim because it seemed like a fun laid-back sport.   What do you enjoy most about playing volleyball? The thing I enjoy most about volleyball are the people on the team.   What do you like …

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Stock Project takes over campus, seniors, teachers invest blood, sweat and tears

For senior AP US Government and Politics students and a few teachers, spring, and capitalism, has sprung and the campus is buzzing with the pursuit of green. Each year, students participate in a virtual stock exchange sponsored by the Wall Street Journal to learn how the market works. Teacher Kris …

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