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MC students walk out for Parkland, for change

Hundreds of rain-soaked shoes stood pointed in a united direction as one voice in solitude erupted into chants for change. On Wednesday, March 14 at 10 a.m., a procession of MC students made their way out of the normally closed-off front gates as they marched to the grass area in …

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MC unites to support Parkland

  On March 14, MC students and staff members displayed their support for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooting.  The MC Yearbook team assembled a station to write cards to send to the Parkland school, allowing students to share their sympathy for the victims. “From my …

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MC visited by WASC evaluators

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC) visited MC during the week of Feb. 11 for an updated accreditation of the school. For WASC specifically, “Accreditation is a voluntary dual-purpose process that schools (1) must be worthy of the trust placed in them to …

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San Diego’s new Chief of Police

Mayor Kevin Faulconer has appointed officer David Nisleit, 52,  as new San Diego chief of police. After launching a national search for the best candidate Nisleit was “the perfect candidate” for the job, serving the police force for 30 years prior. According to City Pension Data Collection, the previous long-time chief, Shelley …

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Cape Town drought reaches critical levels

Residents of the South African legislative capital of Cape Town are facing extreme water restrictions as the city’s water supply continues to dwindle during its worst drought of the century. The drought, which is being referred to as the “Cape Town water crisis”, began in 2015 and has continued to …

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Good writing bids the Internet farewell

The Awl and its women-geared branch-off, The Hairpin, will cease publication at the end of this month. Since 2009, The Awl has encouraged serious, aspiring writers to write about their queerest passions and guided many big-name writers to success– a current New York Times Styles editor; writers for The New …

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