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Legendary choir concert relives the decades

“The whole concert was like traveling through time from the 1900s to around this decade,” said junior Quintin Orbello. The past Thursday and Friday were busy days for the choir department. “It was fun but it was really stressful,” senior Emily Morris said. The songs in the recent “Legends: Top …

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Southern California Fires

On Tuesday, MC students watched as smoke came up over the hills, near Del Norte High School and Stone Ranch Elementary, a brush fire broke out, a product of the wind and dry heat. Some of the students here at MC experienced the danger of the fire firsthand. “I got …

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Senior Assassin – sleuthing for success

Senior Year. The year that marks an end to one chapter of our lives and leads into another. This legendary year is what students spend most of their high school career working to reach. With the prospects of prom, graduation and college dangling overhead, the year often holds the title …

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Prahm-a over SeaWorld

As everyone now knows, MC’s prom for 2014 is set to be held at SeaWorld. Fireworks are scheduled for 9pm, the Skytower will be open and there will be a few rides available for students to enjoy. Despite the amount of fun SeaWorld has to offer for prom, many controversies …

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Accident on Springbrook Drive

On Monday April 28, a middle aged man was hit by a car by a 29 year old female on Springbrook Drive in Sabre Springs. A family living two houses down from the accident were privy to the events that occurred. “I heard breaks screeching and a loud thumping noise. …

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“My BFF”: My backyard fish farm

Senior Kevin Jiang and Junior Brandon Dee both have a BFF…a backyard fish farm. And, like some BFFs, of the other variety, they require much attention and constant care. “I feed the fish duckweed twice a day and change the water every Sunday,” Dee said. The original idea of creating …

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A push in the right direction

Following the vein of other AP tests, Collegeboard has announced that it will be changing the AP US History test for next year. Mindy Davis, an Apush teacher, explains the major changes. “It’s very different. The multiple choice has one less answer to choose from. DBQs (Document Based Questions) you …

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