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California: Into the Future

Once a state painted red, California has become identifiable by its increasingly democratic and liberal ideologies. Enforced by its majority democratic voters, California made the transition from right to left after the 1988 election in which Republican George H. W. Bush was elected as president. Bush is the last Republican …

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Reality V.S. Fantasy: A Football Exclusive

  Just as tailgate parties, beers, and actual football have simply not been enough for the crazed, burly men and screeching, enthusiastic women of America, a sophisticated way of getting involved in the game has almost leveled out the playing field. Fantasy football, a competition between a group of players, …

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Elections On Instagram

For decades, research all over America has shown that youth in the twenty-first century do not vote as frequently as their ancient counterparts. Due to this, the Democratic party has been  losing support since Republican voters are mainly older people. But in an effort to upset the odds, the Democratic …

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Woes of a Former SoundCloud Rapper

Has stupidity ever overcome you to the point where all your actions can be deemed idiotic? Well, no one knows this feeling much more than recently changed SoundCloud rapper turned country singer, Bee Scatt. He has entered the limelight at the Dumb-Me conference to share his experience with quitting the …

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The Youtube Guru Enlightenment

Fame, fortune, and popularity is something that many young people aspire to have, but how can they reach this goal if they have no other talents such as smarts, being in a sport, or even participating in a fine art? The answer is through online stardom. When all creative ideas …

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Last season for the seniors

As baseball comes to an end, seniors Chase Swendrowski, Tanner Wood, and Alek Dubney reflect upon their season. “There’s something about being a senior when you play, it just feels different,” Dubney said. Dubney, who played catcher, third baseman, and pitcher, believes that this was the best season he played …

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Colors in the middle

Being in the middle is frustrating. It is as irritating as being a middle child, as maddening as sitting in the middle seat of the car, or as exasperating as being stuck waiting for the loading bar to finish. Think of the old elementary game of ‘monkey in the middle.’ …

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A reflection on the Softball season

Playing your hardest results in victory, scoring a point promotes self-pride, and scraped knees result in game-changing saves.  These reasons, along with many others, push sophomores Natalie Gonzalez and Riley Barger to participate in MC softball at a varsity level. “The best part of the season for me was competing …

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