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Theatre at the Mount presents: Cabernet

The highlight of the MC drama department’s yearly performances is the annual Spring musical. On this year’s opening night of Cabaret, a risque selection to say the least, attendees showed up in never before seen numbers. Parents feverishly clamored outside of the PAC doors, bundled up against the cold. Strangely …

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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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MC visited by WASC evaluators

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC) visited MC during the week of Feb. 11 for an updated accreditation of the school. For WASC specifically, “Accreditation is a voluntary dual-purpose process that schools (1) must be worthy of the trust placed in them to …

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The Dick Hat Movement

The public is outraged with the highly offensive, completely obscene “pussy hats.” Dan Muttonbutter is bewildered with women’s choice. “I’m from Wyoming, born and raised and I have never seen this buffoonery here,” Muttonbutter said.  “It is such vulgar language for no reason. I wonder what could possibly be going …

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Cookies, creativity, and community

At the grocery store, shoppers often steer their carts clear of the donation tables and eager petitioners lurking outside the doors. But when the bright green and deep brown of Girl Scout vests are spotted parked outside the entrance, the grocery list flies out of mind. Girl Scouts may be …

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Chloe Kim at the Olympics

In the elite world of competitive sports, age may be a shortcoming in the eyes of sports commentators and critics. However, after watching her mind-blowing performance for women’s halfpipe in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, these naysayers were silenced. Seventeen-year-old California native, Chloe Kim, was finally old enough to be …

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Good writing bids the Internet farewell

The Awl and its women-geared branch-off, The Hairpin, will cease publication at the end of this month. Since 2009, The Awl has encouraged serious, aspiring writers to write about their queerest passions and guided many big-name writers to success– a current New York Times Styles editor; writers for The New …

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