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The California primary elections

An important day for Californians is here, as the primary election on June 5, 2018 begins. The outcome will result in who will run for governor and includes many other open positions. Not to mention this election, Dianne Feinstein continues to run for Senate, after five consecutive wins. Out of …

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A reflection on the Softball season

Playing your hardest results in victory, scoring a point promotes self-pride, and scraped knees result in game-changing saves.  These reasons, along with many others, push sophomores Natalie Gonzalez and Riley Barger to participate in MC softball at a varsity level. “The best part of the season for me was competing …

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Deadly dodgeballs

MC students are excitedly lining up to make dodgeball teams with their academic acquaintances they call “friends”. The athletes are each delivered a contract that allows them to play in the ongoing tournament. In typical form, each now-proclaimed athlete scribbles away their rights, time, and fate without even thoroughly reading …

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There is such thing as humane meat

Over the past decade, San Francisco-based food manufacturing company Hampton Creek has sprinted ahead in vegan product innovation, keeping pace with the global vegan and vegetarian population surge. If you have stopped by your local health food store’s dairy section in the past few years, you have likely passed over …

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The Princess Project

Prom is a rite of passage that has always been one of the most important ceremonial events of American youth. It is a day in our lives that we never forget as we grow. With that said, prom can cost a fortune for girls wanting to look their best for …

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Girls Varsity Lacrosse

MC’s girls varsity lacrosse team reached the second round of CIFs in Division II this year, the best the team has done since their time in Division I. The Sundevils lost to Our Lady of Peace High school 11-9, however, team captain Lauryn Burke was not disheartened by this. “I’m …

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Ethical eating

A wave of vegans and green bank accounts have washed across America. The constant panic of using or consuming unethical products has dramatically increased over the last decade.  The capital of ethical consumption, also known as moral purchasing, happens to be Portland, OR with its infamous “keep Portland weird” slogan. …

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Never “second rate”

While Mt. Carmel has a deservingly awarded band, the orchestra has composed seven concerts throughout the year, performing in two competition festivals, and finishing off with their Pops Concert. They also got “unanimous superior” during The Poway festival of the arts. On top of that they have to perfect five …

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The big decision

The May 1st deadline for college decisions has come and gone, leaving time alone to reflect on the lengthy college application and decision process. MC seniors have their own reasons for landing their choice college, with recurring emphasis on academics, location, cost of attendance, and population. Annette Phan UC Riverside, …

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