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Fast & Furious 7: B-

Fast 7 was undoubtedly the Fast & Furious franchise’s most successful sequel, but I can’t help but wonder if this movie would have been as popular without the tragedy of Paul Walker’s death. Walker, who played the role of Brian O’Conner, passed away tragically after a car accident in 2014. …

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MC cafeteria workers: who are they?

A shadow through the screen, a silent voice in the background: these are the members of MC most students really don’t know. The lunch line workers are mysteries just waiting to be uncovered. Besides being the servers for all students at MC, the cafeteria staff have stories of their own. …

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French Fiasco

Rumors have been flying around MC regarding the recent resignation of French teacher, Taryn Thompson. “No,” said Principal Greg Magno in a response to a request as to whether he could elaborate regarding  Thompson’s resignation. “This subject is not one I can comment on directly,” Magno said. Thompson did not …

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Magno of the Mount

We see him popping into our math classes, hear him speak with unbridled enthusiasm over the loudspeaker, and watch him beam on the broadcast every Thursday. The aura of Greg Magno is one felt schoolwide, and though this administrator’s beginnings may not be riddled with angst, they are humble. Magno …

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Mr. Currie wins teacher of the year

Every year, the staff at MC names someone to be teacher of the year, who then represents MC at a district level competition. Last year, Mike Bird was voted the best teacher on campus by the faculty. This year, that title goes to Scott Currie, one of the most beloved …

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Chelsea’s Light Shines at MC

In society, individuals are defined by their ability to make their own choices. Whether their decision merely involves two soda brands or addresses a more radical controversial issue, every individual possesses the ability to control their choices and determine their course of action. On March 2nd, 2010, over 3,500 people …

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Game of Thrones club feature

“[Game of Thrones] is basically a fantasy,” senior Kennan Billamoria, president of the Game of Thrones club, said. “It has fantasy elements but it is a political drama with a big ensemble cast. There is a struggle for power in all of these different regions, and so it is really …

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