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Choir chaos

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Co-author: Tatum Tricarico On Wednesday of last week, MC’s choir had to adjust to the administration’s request to remove an Islamic chant from their Thursday night concert.  This decision caused much uproar within the choir and students throughout the school. “There was a woman who complained that she did not …

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Carl DeMaio vs Scott Peters

Today, voters will rush to the polls to choose between Republican Carl DeMaio and  Democrat Scott Peters for California’s 52nd representative to congress. Several MC’s students intern for these candidates, creating more of a public awareness and interest in our student body. Recently, DeMaio has been charged with allegations regarding sexual …

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The Liberian Purchase

In the wake of the Ebola Outbreak, Norway announced its plans to pay Liberia roughly $150 million dollars to stop deforestation by 2020. Liberia, a country with nearly 17,200 square miles of forests, is the first African country to agree to such a deal. While this news may please environmentalists …

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Snake invades girls locker room

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  Shrieks erupted from the girls’ locker room last week, and they weren’t because a boy had walked in. It was a snake. The snake was found by freshmen Niharika Bhaskar and Kayla Crenshaw’s lockers as they entered the team room at the end of 5th period. P.E. instructor, Trri …

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Request for Scottish independence sparks controversy

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Scottish independence has been a possibility for several years. Recently, Scotland requested a vote for independence from the UK. Residents of ages sixteen or older are permitted to cast votes. There are no hard feelings or disputes between England and Scotland, merely a nationalistic urge for independence. However, England does …

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The Wave Waterpark

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Sunday Aug. 31 at the Wave Waterpark, a young boy was witnessed coming down a slide at the Slide Tower attraction upside down. Once at the bottom, he stood up in the shallow splash pool holding his head. “This past Sunday, our lifeguards responded to a guest who had pain …

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New engineering course offered at MC

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Project Lead the Way is the nation’s leading science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) program in over 5,000 schools across the U.S. The program is focused on helping schools produce students who will help the STEM industry. “[The courses] are meant and designed to get kids to go into manufacturing, …

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