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UC researchers have one-day strike

The struggle for better wages is a never-ending fight many Americans battle with all over the country. Here in southern California, research and technical workers unite  in solidarity to negotiate wage-increase and benefits. On Wed. March 20th, thousands of workers were a part of the one-day strike that took place …

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Green New Deal causes controversy

Cynically described as a socialist fever dream by Republicans and proclaimed by Democrats as a solution to the climate crisis, the Green New Deal (GND) has sparked yet another contentious conversation about economic and environmental reform led by the government. While each side is quick to make partisan-biased statements, either …

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Jaden Smith? more like Jaden Flint.

While Governor Rick Snyder debuted the Flint Water Crisis in 2014, celebrity, Jaden Smith, plans to end it in 2019. After almost five years, people have began to realize that it’s going to take more than just bulk water bottle packs from Costco to solve the issue. Prior to 2014, …

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Let’s keep America on their feet

In efforts to make change in their community, seniors and Peer Counselors Tyler Cunningham and David Anderson have decided to start a campaign collecting shoes to send to families in need all over the United States. “We were inspired to bring this to MC because it is a great way …

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MC’s Got Talent Cancelled!

MC’s Got Talent Cancelled! This beloved event that has displayed the talent of many students at MC has come to an end. Due to lack of intended participation displayed in the audition sign ups, the audition committee and show organizers have decided to cancel the yearly talent show. Finn Proctor, …

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Lockdown

On January 17, 2019, a lockdown took place at Mt. Carmel High School. “Attention Mt. Carmel students and staff we are now on lockdown,” Principal Greg Magno said over the intercom. With students relying on one another for the latest news, word spread fast. However, faculty remained informed as the …

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Assembly Bill 485

Currently, in the U.S. 7.6 million dogs and cats reside in shelters and about 1.5 million of those dogs and cats are euthanized each year. To combat these passings and give home to dogs and cats in need, Governor Brown from the state of California has signed the Assembly Bill 485. …

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