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Last season for the seniors

As baseball comes to an end, seniors Chase Swendrowski, Tanner Wood, and Alek Dubney reflect upon their season. “There’s something about being a senior when you play, it just feels different,” Dubney said. Dubney, who played catcher, third baseman, and pitcher, believes that this was the best season he played …

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Burn the stage

I’m not going to preface this article with a “Why the world should respect K-Pop” rant or anything, because, as goes for all music industries, this one has its ups and downs. A machine-like production process often describes the formation of an idol group and the creation of their music. …

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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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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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MC Color Guard in Ohio

Color Guard is a uniformed group of people who present their flag, country or school. MC’s color guard team went to Dayton, OH from April 10 to 15 to compete in Winter Guard International (WGI).   The Color Guard team competed in a division higher than their previous years, showing their …

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Del Norte students make a statement

On April 20, a group of students under the name of Nighthawk Activists United (NAU) gathered  more than 150 Del Norte students in front of the school. Wanting students to participate in an nation-wide walk out against school violence on  the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. NAU members were …

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Stephen Hawking’s legacy lives on

On March 14, 2018, one of the world’s greatest minds passed away. Stephen Hawking died at his home in Cambridge, England, at the age of 76. He was well accomplished throughout his life due to his intelligent theories and solutions. He overcame many obstacles within his life; one of them …

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Girl’s water polo places second in CIF

MC Girls’ water polo had a tough season filled with grueling morning practices, tight games, and a challenging place in the Palomar League.  Against all opposition, the team fought their way to the Division III CIF finals, the first time in MC Girls’ water polo history. The road to CIFs …

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