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Sundevil Spotlight: Shiv Monteiro

When did you start playing volleyball? Why? I started playing sophomore year on a whim because it seemed like a fun laid-back sport.   What do you enjoy most about playing volleyball? The thing I enjoy most about volleyball are the people on the team.   What do you like […]

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Stock Project takes over campus, seniors, teachers invest blood, sweat and tears

Stock Project takes over campus, seniors, teachers invest blood, sweat and tears

For senior AP US Government and Politics students and a few teachers, spring, and capitalism, has sprung and the campus is buzzing with the pursuit of green. Each year, students participate in a virtual stock exchange sponsored by the Wall Street Journal to learn how the market works. Teacher Kris […]

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MC’s French Film Class

MC’s French Film Class

It is a little-known fact that every Monday and Wednesday after school, there is a group of students who gather in room V-6.  For what counts as a 5 and a half class, these students gather to watch French films. The students gain credits toward their elective requirements and the […]

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‘I Don’t Even Eat Rice’

What started out with poisonous letters has turned into a case with twists and turns. Letters laced with the deadly poison ricin were recently sent to President Obama, Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi, and Sadie Holland, a justice of peace. A day after these letters were discovered, Paul Kevin Curtis […]

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Behind “Fiddler on the Roof”

Each year from February to April, the drama department works countless hours to produce the annual spring musical.  This year’s musical was “Fiddler on the Roof”, which takes place in Anatevka, Russia in 1905.  It focuses on poor Jewish man Tevye and his family as they struggle to choose between […]

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Relay for Life

In a world filled with bad guys, it seems as if the one with the greatest impact is cancer. But just like in all stories, there is also a hero who combats the villain. In this case, the hero is the Relay for Life, a worldwide fundraiser event for the […]

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MC offers rewarding performing arts programs

Host of one of the biggest tournaments in all of California, winner of the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, as well as a Grammy, Mt. Carmel boasts an esteemed marching band and concert band. Such achievements are not made overnight, however, as many hours are invested by individual band members. “During marching […]

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MC SUN Staff Compete in San Fran

MC SUN Staff Compete in San Fran

From April 25-28, SUN staff will be attending the Journalism Education Association in San Francisco. The SUN will be competing for Best of Show along with various individual write-off contests for photography, layout and writing.

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San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Visits MC

San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Visits MC

On Mar. 7 Mayor Bob Filner visited MC, Black Mountain Middle School, and Sunset Hills Elementary.  According to Principal Dawn Kastner, Filner was unaware that many schools in PUSD are located in San Diego County.  PUSD is the second-largest school district in the county, behind SDUSD. “I received an email […]

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Coach Malta’s Varsity Volleyball Team

Coach Malta’s Varsity Volleyball Team

With over 28 years of experience, six CIF titles, coaching boys’ volleyball is nothing new to varsity coach Patsy Malta. Boy’s volleyball is one of the couple sports with a freshman, JV, and varsity team. Even with three teams, around 20 cuts had to be made this year according to […]

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