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Snake invades girls locker room

  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

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

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

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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ASB Discount Card

ASB has many ways of raising money. The student store, dances, and football games are a few examples. A new fundraising item has arrived: the discount card. “The discount cards are helpful when purchasing items at the student store, dances, and can save you money on places like McDonalds, Wings-N-Things, and …

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Red Out rally

By Chloe Heinz On Friday, August 30th, we had first pep rally of the 2014-2015 school year. Here’s a quick recap on how it all went down. The theme this year was coastal, complete with decorations made by ASB such as signs above each class’s section, balloons strung across the …

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Peer into MC’s new counseling

As teens, we are trained to run to adults with our problems. They are old enough to know how to fix things, how to problem solve when young adults cannot. However, as students on the brink of entering adulthood, high schoolers are developing the skill to think for themselves. While some …

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