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Counselor Tracanna celebrates 50th birthday

Counselor Dena Tracanna celebrated her 50th birthday today, accompanied by abundant attention from staff and students. “ I just had the choir sing some songs to me and that was fabulous,” Tracanna said. “I’m in a good place in my life and I feel great.” She has already celebrated her …

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

To a lot of kids in school, Martin Luther King Day is just another day off, but it should be known for its celebration of an amazing civil rights activist. Martin Luther King performed many actions that advocated freedom for all in his lifetime. It was these actions that prompted …

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Mrs. Turner resigns, leaves MC

When you think of a librarian, you likely picture a mean old woman who constantly harps on children for speaking above a whisper.  However, Erica Turner is none of those things. The cheerful Australian first came to America in 2001 and started working here four years later. Friday, Jan.  17 will …

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Snapchat leaks user info

Snapchat is a photo messaging application developed by a group of Stanford students in September of ‘11. With around 400 million snaps sent daily, messages, Snapchat is quickly gaining popularity. Snapchat has caught the eye of both big companies and everyday people. Snapchat is unique in that it lets users …

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Choir madrigal dinner

As a choir tradition, the Madrigal dinner, which the Classical and Bel Canto choir have been preparing for about one and a half months took place on Monday and Tuesday, the 16 and 17 of December, at the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church. “The madrigal dinner is a medieval reenactment …

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Nelson Mandela: The life & legacy

South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, philanthropist, and South African president, Nelson Mandela was laid to rest Dec. 5 at 95 years of age. Mandela had been admitted to the hospital with a serious lung infection early this past June. Mandela emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country …

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Olympian in San Diego

San Diego is home to many serious athletes, but not many know that Olympians reside here.  Sara Isakovic is a competitive swimmer who raced in the Olympic Games in both ‘04 and ‘08. Her family is native to Serbia, but she left home to come to America after she graduated …

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SCSBOA 6A Division Championships

For the first time, the MC Marching Sundevils participated in the Southern California Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) 6A Division Championships that took place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MC stadium. Over 200 hours of determination and dedication was put into their show, “Eternity”, that lasted approximately nine minutes …

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Weed restaurants grow around the country

For 162 million people around the world, or four percent of the adult population, marijuana is something enjoyed daily. The cannabis plant, or marijuana, is a plant that was intended for use as a psychoactive drug and as a medicine. However most of us know that the heightened mood, relaxation, …

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Thanksgivukkah

This year, there is the most extraordinary opportunity to conclude the celebration of Thanksgiving as well as lighting Hanukkah’s second light. The holidays coincide with one another, bringing an event that will not happen in this lifetime. It’s the first time since 1888 that any of the eight days in …

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