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Houston underwater after devastating hurricane

As Houston and southeastern Texas are left damaged and devastated, Hurricane Harvey stalled for its second landfall, this time hitting southwestern Louisiana. The category four hurricane has been running strong for six days, leaving 51.88 inches of rain as of Tuesday afternoon, August 29, 2017. This makes Harvey a record-breaking …

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The new Niall Horan

The members of the most famous boyband from 2010-2016 (on hiatus), One Direction, have all begun their solo careers and are showing their talent on stage. This is the first time they will be on stage as soloists and are all showing their personal talent. Member Harry Styles and former …

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Racism is still alive

The attempted lynching of a biracial eight-year-old in Claremont, New Hampshire took place on Aug. 28, 2017. This event brought tears, shock, and awareness to all ages in both New Hampshire and the nation. The young boy, who must stay anonymous, was playing with his 11-year-old sister and a group …

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Can you dig it?

  MC’s Girls Volleyball Team is back on the court and the girls are starting another season with Captain Abby Basford, who is ready to lead the girls to victory. “As it’s my third year of being on varsity volleyball, I feel more comfortable and more confident as a player …

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Emmys 2017: Television’s Trump platform

Late Night host Stephen Colbert piloted the Sept. 17 and 69th annual Emmy Awards unsurprisingly down the Trump path, forcing the show into a political atmosphere. The opening sequence featured Colbert singing an original song “The World’s a Little Better on TV”. The song highlighted the political and social issues …

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Mickey Mouse kills TV

First it was Blockbuster, now Netflix is balancing precariously on the line of becoming just another obsolete entertainment  service. In a society of consumers whose attention can only be held for so long, the next media giant is poised to swoop in. While Netflix started out small, Disney is a …

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Band’s new field show

MC’s award winning band is ready to perform a new field show at the upcoming home football game on Oct. 13, setting the bar high for their next show. “The show is called Dark Hearts and it features music from the musicals Sweeney Todd and Into the Woods,” junior band …

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International Women’s Day

Wed. March 8 marked International Women’s Day, first created as a time to celebrate women and their achievements. This year as part of the celebrations, the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington helped promote the observance of “A Day Without Women,” encouraging women to take the day off of …

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A La La lovable experience

From the opening number until the last note, La La Land had me captivated with its bright colors, sweeping shots of scenery, and riveting music. I walked in not knowing much about the movie, but left the theater downloading the soundtrack. The movie opens with a dynamic number on a …

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