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MC’s Distinguished Young Women

In a colonial-style building downtown with big white columns and a brick entryway, 25 young women gathered onstage to showcase their best selves. With family and friends watching proudly from the audience, each contestant competed to be a representative of San Diego’s Distinguished Young Women. The DYW program, housed in …

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Vive la Révolution

A tale of tragedy, woes, and the French Revolution. Les Miserables is a classic musical that is loved by many as it portrays the classic theme of rebelling against a higher regime. Theater at the Mount’s production of Les Mis is now showing throughout March and into April. One would …

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Sundevils feel the Bern

Over 10,000 San Diegans packed into the San Diego Convention Center on Tuesday March 22 in order to hear Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders speak. The line stretched for over a mile long, wrapping all the way around the harbor. Supporters, from all over Southern California, came as early as 5 …

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SeaWorld Stops Orca Breeding

In an effort to restore their reputation nearly three years after the release of the scathing documentary Blackfish, Seaworld has permanently stopped the breeding of orcas in captivity. The move comes after Seaworld made the move to end theatrical killer whale shows in November, 2015. Ever since Blackfish was released …

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Bombing in Brussels

8 AM Tuesday morning, Brussels, Belgium. Yet another city to add to the series of devastating bombings for which Islamic terrorist group ISIS has claimed responsibility. This bombing occurred only a day after the authorities received note that a suspect in the Paris terror attacks was presumably loose in Belgium. …

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Zika Virus: An Overview

The Zika virus is a pathogen which causes a minor illness that usually is characteristic of a fever and rash. The main concern of the virus in the Western world is the effect of the virus on pregnant women. The virus often remains hidden in people. Over 80% of people …

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All Lives Matter. Or do they?

Midway through the month of February, a sign appeared in the doorway of the MC library, bearing the phrase “All. Lives. Matter.” News of this banner spread across the student body, and within a few days the controversial pennant had vanished. It was revealed that the slogan was the product …

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Political mayhem in the primaries

The race to the 2016 elections is officially in full speed with the Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina,  and Nevada Caucuses completed. Texas Senator Ted Cruz won Iowa  with Donald Trump placing second in the GOP. Once in New Hampshire, Trump took the lead with John Kasich in second, and …

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MC’s got serious talent

A night breeze ran through the air on Friday Jan. 29 as Sundevils piled into the PAC for MC’s annual MC’s Got Talent. Almost no seat was left unoccupied, and a buzzing energy vibrated through the crowd as the show began. The show helps fund MC’s choir department and allows …

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