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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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Colors in the middle

Being in the middle is frustrating. It is as irritating as being a middle child, as maddening as sitting in the middle seat of the car, or as exasperating as being stuck waiting for the loading bar to finish. Think of the old elementary game of ‘monkey in the middle.’ …

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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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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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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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It’s a revolutionary period

Since the creation of time, women have been paying for feminine hygiene products that have been taxed as a luxury, instead of a necessity. Women throughout history were forced to pay the price for society’s repulsion of the grisly function of the female uterus. Though Urban legends state that women …

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STEAM workshop mural

While most students spend their second period tapping away at their desks, senior Shannon Steed spends hers sweeping her brush across walls. Many think of STEM subjects as rigid and technical, but engineering teacher Karen Wytmans strove to change that. In need of a mural for her blank workshop walls, …

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Love, Simon

Love, Simon brings  new light to a typical teenage romantic comedy. The movie, released March 16, explores the journey of a closeted gay high school student finding a way to come out. Director Greg Berlanti  utilizes the relatable teenage romance to bring LGBTQIA communities to the big screen, all while …

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