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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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MC Swims into another great Season

The sets may be getting harder, and the sun may be heating up the pool deck, but the MC swim team is stepping up to meet the challenge. Encouraged by the longtime rivalry between Westview  and MC, the stands were full as both the varsity and JV swimmers took their …

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Gymnastics Flippin’ into Season

Gymnastics, the sport that combines 10 sports into 1. Floor, bars, vault, beam. With the girls flipping and hurling themselves at bars, the sport is captivating if not terrifying. MC’s  gymnastics team has been working harder than ever on all theses skills and techniques to make the sport look effortless. …

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Boys lacrosse off to striking start

After winning the Division II CIF title last season, the boys lacrosse team has plenty to look forward to this season. So far the 2016 season has been a success as the boys are off to a scorching 7-1 start, and are currently ranked 16th in California by Maxpreps. The …

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Committed athletes eager for new opportunities

As seniors make their decisions on where to go to college, the choice is even harder for athletes hoping to accept scholarships. Athletes spend countless hours perfecting their skills, hoping to receive recognition or even money to help fund their education. Here at MC, there are several athletes that will …

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MC’s Distinguished Young Women

In a colonial-style building downtown with big white columns and a brick entryway, 25 young women gathered onstage to showcase their best selves. With family and friends watching proudly from the audience, each contestant competed to be a representative of San Diego’s Distinguished Young Women. The DYW program, housed in …

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Vive la Révolution

A tale of tragedy, woes, and the French Revolution. Les Miserables is a classic musical that is loved by many as it portrays the classic theme of rebelling against a higher regime. Theater at the Mount’s production of Les Mis is now showing throughout March and into April. One would …

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SeaWorld Stops Orca Breeding

In an effort to restore their reputation nearly three years after the release of the scathing documentary Blackfish, Seaworld has permanently stopped the breeding of orcas in captivity. The move comes after Seaworld made the move to end theatrical killer whale shows in November, 2015. Ever since Blackfish was released …

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