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Age of fermentation

“It’s alive!” cry millennials across the country as they stare into their pots, pans, and of course, locally-sourced mason jars filled with pickled vegetables and other items from the back of their fridges. This is the Phase of Fermentation, or better yet call it a new age. Fermentation is the …

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The Stranger remains steadfast

There is no feeling that compares to that of addictive reading. Recently in the AP Literature and Expos classroom, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World was introduced to many MC seniors; some lapped it up with glee and others simply chose to depend on Sparknotes over the actual text. For those …

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When Lo-Fi leaves the bedroom

A different type of angelic voice was singing in the old church that night and people swarmed into the room as if it were a Sunday meeting. Musicians Laura Morgan and Jordan Shih, from Orlando, FL, came  together four years ago to create an  indie pop duo called SALES. The …

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Bill Murray shows a New World

Bill Murray usually graces today’s screens with his entertaining facial expressions and voice, bringing grandpa-like comic characters to life. Until now, his only musical appearance was as Baloo from the blockbuster movie The Jungle Book. Murray now takes the spotlight with his newly released album, New Worlds, in which he …

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Behind the band: the world of Band Parents

No MC Friday football game is complete without an outstanding performance by our award-winning band. In this year’s space-themed field show, the hard work and dedication of the Marching Sundevils is apparent in their militant footwork, talented playing, and overall musical prowess. While all eyes are on the band during …

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