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Film Club: Coming to theaters soon

On Tuesday, Sept. 12, in room V8,  Haley Josten will be holding film club’s very first meeting. The club is welcoming all students who are interested in the film making process. “I have been making short films ever since I was little and I love the fact that there is …

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Dance Troupe’s strong season

Mt. Carmels’s Dance Troupe (MCDT) can be depended on to bring heat, energy, and passion to any performance, whether on the stage, basketball court, or under the Friday Night Lights. In their 2016-2017 season, MCDT has brought back numerous titles from dance competitions leading up to Nationals. The road to …

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Band’s new field show

MC’s award winning band is ready to perform a new field show at the upcoming home football game on Oct. 13, setting the bar high for their next show. “The show is called Dark Hearts and it features music from the musicals Sweeney Todd and Into the Woods,” junior band …

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PUSD passes safe haven resolution

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, the Poway Unified School District passed in a 4 to 1 vote a “Safe Haven” resolution affirming that school campuses will be free from immigration enforcement, guaranteeing a safe environment for all students regardless of immigration status. The Board began discussing this issue in January, spurred …

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Lindy’s Declassified Holiday Survival Guide

It’s officially December which means the holiday season has begun. Instead of pumpkin spice flavoring invading everyone’s favorite treats, peppermint flavor has taken over. Emails are being stuffed from companies advertising record low sales, reminding consumers that they must go through the torture that is holiday shopping. As students brace …

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MC’s 2016 Blood Drive

Tuesday, Oct. 4, MC’s Key Club joined with the Red Cross Club to run yet another successful blood drive, partnered with the Red Cross. All day, students and staff ventured to room M1 to give up about an hour of their time and a pint of their blood. Denise Coughlin, …

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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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MC Faces Threat of Gun Violence

Students, parents, and staff members at MC were notified of a possible gun threat that became apparent last night. The social media image in question circulated via Instagram at approximately 10:08 PM after concerned students began taking action to bring attention to the situation. Various members of the community eventually …

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Hello My Name Is…

Co-Written: Nicole Glidden| Opinions Editor To be frank, people can be hypocritical assholes. Society constantly demands that we practice what we preach, yet this societal dictate is easily glossed over when it comes to the commonly quoted axiom: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” The importance of first impressions …

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Native American protest in North Dakota

Part of the Native American culture that is so elemental is the sense of unification. Tribes have always joined together in the face of oppression and times of trouble. From the Iroquois Confederation– five tribes putting aside differences to defend their land — to the recent modern day occurrence of …

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