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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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Yum Dim Sum

Mira Mesa, a hot spot for all things Asian and more, has opened a new Chinese restaurant on 10660 Camino Ruiz, San Diego. Fung Fung Yuen is a Dim Sum establishment that opened on Aug. 8th in replacement of the local Home Town Buffet. Dim Sum is a Chinese tradition …

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Cheering for the new cheer coach

MC’s cheer squad has been performing for the school for  years, and recently, the team has come under new leadership. Ian Lopez officially became the newest coach of MC’s cheer team early this year. “I became the new [head] cheerleading coach some time in February. I was super stoked,” Lopez …

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Sundevils being Sundevils: Ambassador Edition

The Sundevil Way champions ideal behavior and encourages all students to act as role models in the community. Because of the high standards of conduct MC is known to cultivate, the Ambassador Program is a perfect fit for the school. “The [Sundevil Ambassadors] are a group of 12 seniors who …

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Potluck Club: Dream no longer

A project a year in the making, Potluck Club begins to surface as senior SK Bost’s brainchild. “It came to me in a dream,” Bost said, “and I thought, hey, that would be a pretty cool idea if we could get [students] together.” After her subconscious proposed the idea, Bost …

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Emmys 2017: Television’s Trump platform

Late Night host Stephen Colbert piloted the Sept. 17 and 69th annual Emmy Awards unsurprisingly down the Trump path, forcing the show into a political atmosphere. The opening sequence featured Colbert singing an original song “The World’s a Little Better on TV”. The song highlighted the political and social issues …

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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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The gem that is King’s Coffee

The last time I wound up at the corner of Espola Road and Twin Peaks Parkway was in my short-lived soccer career at the North County Soccer Park. Going  back there this past weekend to visit The King’s Craft Coffee Company, I drove past the old smoothie store and residential …

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Mickey Mouse kills TV

First it was Blockbuster, now Netflix is balancing precariously on the line of becoming just another obsolete entertainment  service. In a society of consumers whose attention can only be held for so long, the next media giant is poised to swoop in. While Netflix started out small, Disney is a …

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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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