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Crying: Weakness or necessity?

I see nothing but blurriness. The only thing I am able to feel is my fingernails digging into the ground below me. I hear the muffled noise of my “rainy days” playlist changing the song. I am breaking. In another place, in the same moment, a different girl is laughing …

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MC rallies behind Isaac Coulapides

On Friday night, Oct. 6, junior Isaac Coulapides was severely injured after his car lost control and hit a divider on Sabre Springs Parkway. Coulapides is part of the MC varsity cheer team, and was on his way home from a  football game. After being rushed to the hospital, doctors …

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The return of Twin Peaks

Channeling my favorite character from Twin Peaks, Special Agent Dale Cooper, I will begin as such. Dianne, it’s 5:55 p.m., October 13th. Entering the weighted task of reviewing the reprise of the hit 90s tv series Twin Peaks.   If I was indeed Agent Cooper, before writing this, I would …

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Driving a life

Last month, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman announced that the nation’s women will be legally allowed to drive without the presence of a male. A royal decree on live national television reported that it will be enacted in June 2018. Women across Saudi Arabia have been working to resolve this issue …

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Miley Cyrus feels Younger Now

Miley Cyrus ditches her 2013 Bangerz era characterized by wild and unpredictable events and returns to her country roots in her new album Younger Now. Although she returns to country, Cyrus  doesn’t shy away from her history recent ventures. She manages to combine the two genres to create a cohesive …

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Jack Johnson’s New Light

Throwing it back to the good ol’ “Curious George” days, Jack Johnson released his new album All the Light Above it Too, on Sept. 8, 2017,  hitting us all with nostalgia. All the Light Above it Too creates a relaxed and beachy atmosphere. Named the king of beachside pop/rock, Johnson …

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Rock Slide in El Capitan

Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan Summit, a hot spot for tourists, is going to be a vacant and ghostly sight for a while after a dangerous scare. On Wednesday, Sept. 27, El Capitan endured a deathly rock slide.  A sheet about the size of a 13-story building measuring 65 feet …

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New Olympic sports bring a kick to century old games

The International Olympics Committee (IOC) session in Rio de Janeiro planned for a more modern evolution of the Olympic games. The committee created a more urban theme to appeal to the younger generation, with plans to stage the skateboarding and sports climbing events in temporary locations in city settings. While …

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