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End the ‘R’ Word Campaign

You may have noticed the flyers encouraging you to “End the ‘R’ Word”, and you may have even signed the pledge to refrain from that word. MC’s Friendship Club has encouraged studentsto join this international movement for the past eight years. “It’s an international movement to get people to be …

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The Ukrainian crisis demystified

Just as a nationwide vote seemed to promise freedom for the Crimean Peninsula, Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized the seizure of two Ukrainian naval bases and now urges all soldiers to “voluntarily” leave the region. The vote, or referendum, overwhelmingly supported Russian annexation of the Crimea region, even though that …

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Bird is the word!

Bird is the word! Mr. Bird was recently elected Teacher of the Year by his fellow colleagues. “It’s completely humbling, because there are so many great teachers here on campus, and I just feel blessed to be working here at Mount Carmel.” Bird said. He fondly reemphasizes the importance of …

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San Diego’s newly elected mayor sworn in

At long last, San Diegans have chosen a new mayor: Kevin Faulconer. The 47 year old is a Republican councilman with a Bachelor’s degree in political science. He was sworn in to office in early March  and is set to serve the almost three years left in the previous mayor’s …

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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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