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Sasquatch out for this new trend

Commonly called “The Squatch” by his comrades in the North American wilderness, this “mythical” beast began as a normal man who made No-shave November a year-round ordeal. He decided to spread his ideas into southern California upon his return home. Recently, the trend has affected the entire MC student body. …

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A Girl Scout You Can Count On

When the words “Girl Scouts” are heard, the first thing that comes to mind is cookies. At this point in our lives it’s practically instinct to reach into our pockets and shovel out the cash just to score a few boxes of those beloved Thin Mints. But, just because those …

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“Hands up, don’t shoot”

Riots supporting Ferguson are popping up around the country because of the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson after he killed Michael Brown, but is that the proper reaction? After all, Shawn Parcells, the forensics “expert” who came on national television supporting the “hands up” mantra after …

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The Unavoidable Senior “Sickness”

On the first day of every high school student’s senior year, a strange disease begins to manifest itself. This potent virus lays dormant from the start of an individuals freshman year; it is unavoidable and its symptoms vary in their severity and apparentness. Commonly known as Senioritis, this epidemic has …

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Student Services assists families in need

Every holiday season, Student Services chooses a select number of families to receive nutritional assistance from MC. Families are eligible to be chosen for the program after being identified as a low income household. “We do it to ensure the kids of these families are being fed during the holidays,” …

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Girl’s tennis’ struggle and recovery

These past few weeks, the girl’s tennis have been on a down. But with the recent win against Patrick Henry, the girls have made a great comeback. These included doubles matches, which gave the girls some variation from the normal singles. “It’s cool because they’re the only other matches we …

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The scoop: new teachers on the block

You may have noticed a few unfamiliar names on your schedules this year. If you have, it’s because our campus is welcoming 11 new teachers this year. But everyone knows that when you get your schedule, you ask all your friends what the scoop is on the upcoming trimester’s teachers. …

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