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The Aftermath of the Presidential Election

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Following November’s announcement of Donald Trump as president-elect, the growing concern of targeted harassment across the nation has been echoed within our own school district. The contentious race alone managed to cause discord among students and staff, but the election outcome itself has introduced a completely separate issue. Not only …

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MC’s 2016 Blood Drive

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Tuesday, Oct. 4, MC’s Key Club joined with the Red Cross Club to run yet another successful blood drive, partnered with the Red Cross. All day, students and staff ventured to room M1 to give up about an hour of their time and a pint of their blood. Denise Coughlin, …

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MC Faces Threat of Gun Violence

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Students, parents, and staff members at MC were notified of a possible gun threat that became apparent last night. The social media image in question circulated via Instagram at approximately 10:08 PM after concerned students began taking action to bring attention to the situation. Various members of the community eventually …

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Native American protest in North Dakota

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Part of the Native American culture that is so elemental is the sense of unification. Tribes have always joined together in the face of oppression and times of trouble. From the Iroquois Confederation– five tribes putting aside differences to defend their land — to the recent modern day occurrence of …

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Update: Flint, Michigan Water Crisis

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Over two years ago in April of 2014, city and state officials of Flint, Michigan, decided to switch to a cheaper alternative water source: the Flint River. The water, however, was not treated immediately and consequently led to the corrosion of city pipes. In December of the same year, Flint …

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The State that’s Seeking to be Soddened

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California has always been an exciting hotspot for fun-seeking tourists, but recent visitors have started to think otherwise after finding that the only thing offered in this golden state is Not Soak City. What once was only a short-lived conservation craze in the media has extended into years of notorious, …

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