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A centennial of conservation

On the 25th of Aug. in 2016, park rangers, nature photographers, and families alike wished the National Park Service a happy 100th birthday. The loved and celebrated NPS expanse includes Yosemite, Joshua Tree, the Badlands and 55 other parks, hosting 275 million visitors every year. The centennial should be a …

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Silver Linings Corner

Monday, August 22. Germany. #PanicBuying Since recent terror attacks in Germany, the government has advised citizens to stockpile food and water, in the event of an emergency. This is the first time since the Cold War that Germany’s government has issued warning of this degree. There have been no direct …

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Field Hockey Sweeps the Field with Victory

MC’s field hockey girls dominated their game against Otay Ranch on Wednesday, beginning the season with a strong 5-0 win. “We surprised ourselves because our passing was so on point and we worked really well together… it was like the perfect game,” senior and team co-captain Jenna Sheppard said. MC’s …

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Sausage Party: Rated R for Ridiculous

Sausage Party. At first glance one might perceive a cartoon about talking grocery store items that seems similar in character to that of Sesame Street. Although this film may appear warm, cuddly, and suitable  for the whole family, do not bring your kids. There are some things that just can’t …

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PUSD Superintendent Fired Over Summer

While the students of the Poway Unified School District were enjoying their summer break, internal conflict was brewing among the district’s administration. Late last April, PUSD’s superintendent John Collins was placed on administrative leave while an internal audit, a formal investigation of accounts and finances, requested by Poway Unified’s Board …

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California’s Captivating Candidates

This cycle’s presidential elections have been so monotone and boring, it has turned off many young voters. In an effort to excite citizens about the democratic process, our California Senate candidates have released thoughtful yet enlightening statements to win over the public in November. The youthful and diverse, smiling faces …

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Chance the Preacher

Photo Credit: Live Nation After a dry spell of three years, Chance the Rapper is now back and better than ever. His new mixtape Coloring Book dropped on Apple Music and then later on Soundcloud. Just the title alone reminds the listener of their childhood, trying desperately to color within …

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And your 2016-2017 ASB class is…

It’s election season here at MC and thankfully it hasn’t been reflective of the presidential elections. All the candidates were courteous and kind as they vied for the coveted roles that help make MC what it is today. The votes from last week’s elections have been counted and recounted and …

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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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