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Mount Carmel’s Gender Neutral Bathroom

The newest addition to our MC campus didn’t come with a big announcement. In fact, many people are still unaware anything is different. The often overlooked door has now become our highly talked about gender neutral bathroom. Those who did hear about the news began to search the campus for …

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Women empowered

Lauren Thatcher Ulrich got it right when she said “well behaved women seldom make history”, but what she failed to mention was how hard it is for women to break through society’s barriers. Society is the king (or queen) of mixed signals. On one hand, it is expected of women …

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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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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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El Niño envelops PAC

Recent weather forecasts predicted an El Niño for Californians. For those who don’t speak meteorologist, there will be increased amounts of rain in the next few months. As a result of the rain, frequent flash floods will occur throughout the winter season and phones will continue to go off in …

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Regulation falsification

The news of El Niño had many San Diegans stocking up on necessities so they wouldn’t have to go outdoors in the unusually violent weather. Some families went as far as pulling their children out of school for a few days, bracing for the impact of the thunderstorms that hit …

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