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MC’s Sanctuary for Athletes

Many know her as the hero who nursed a sprained ankle or tendonitis-ridden rotator cuff back to full strength. Others see her at games riding into action to give medical attention to fallen athletes. We all know her as Diane Lawrance, MC’s beloved athletic trainer. Diane has been MC’s trainer …

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Travel Corner: Izzy goes to Italy

  Over the span of spring break, sophomore Isabelle Martinez and her family left their daily American lives for an exciting eleven-day Italian excursion. The Martinezes, eager to get the most out of their trip, visited four culturally different cities. “We spent the first five nights in Rome, four nights …

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MC cafeteria workers: who are they?

Joe Gonzalez |Photographer

A shadow through the screen, a silent voice in the background: these are the members of MC most students really don’t know. The lunch line workers are mysteries just waiting to be uncovered. Besides being the servers for all students at MC, the cafeteria staff have stories of their own. …

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MC students’ new internships


Recently an internship opportunity arose for a few select MC students. It is through an organization called Northrop Grumman, which is a large industry focusing on technology and global security systems, products and solutions. “Right now, I am in the department of business and engineering as a lab assistant,” senior …

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Magno of the Mount

Marianna McMurdock | Photographer

We see him popping into our math classes, hear him speak with unbridled enthusiasm over the loudspeaker, and watch him beam on the broadcast every Thursday. The aura of Greg Magno is one felt schoolwide, and though this administrator’s beginnings may not be riddled with angst, they are humble. Magno …

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S.A.G.E at MC

Chianne Mallari | Photographer

One of the newest additions to MC’s club repertoire is S.A.G.E, or Student Advocates for Gender Equality. Founded by Anthony la Scala and Casey Castle, it has set out to leave a lasting mark on the student body. “We want to stop sexism within the school and discrimination towards people …

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Game of Thrones club feature


“[Game of Thrones] is basically a fantasy,” senior Kennan Billamoria, president of the Game of Thrones club, said. “It has fantasy elements but it is a political drama with a big ensemble cast. There is a struggle for power in all of these different regions, and so it is really …

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Travel Corner: Vivek Goes to India


    Though senior Vivek Naik is known around MC for the community service he has done in Haiti throughout high school., during winter vacation, he had an interesting adventure in India. “Most of the time I spent in India was with family, but it was nice because our grandparents …

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Brenna Seines: Dancer, leader, student

  It is that time of the year again where seniors spend much of their time waiting eagerly and often times desperately for college acceptance letters. However those weeks of fear and trepidation cannot even compare to that moment one receives an acceptance letter from one’s dream school as one …

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Ian Lemersal’s European adventure


On Wednesday, Dec. 17, junior Ian Lemersal boarded a plane to Sweden, the premiere stop on what would become an epic European trek. Accompanied by his father, Lemersal would visit Sweden, Denmark, and England over the course of two weeks. Upon his arrival in Sweden, Lemersal took instant notice of …

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