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San Diego Gulls lose to Stockton Heat

The San Diego Gulls ended with a 6-3 loss against the Stockton Heat Friday night at the Valley View Casino Center. Stockton started out by scoring in the first 27 seconds of the game, with Brett Findlay finishing a  rebound shot by Tyler Wotherspoon. Hunter Shinkaruk later scored a power play …

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Girls basketball welcomes in new members

The MC girls basketball team defeated Granite Hills High School this past Thursday, Nov. 30. From the beginning the team brought their  A-game, ultimately beating the Eagles 39-17. Throughout the game, the strong teamwork was apparent as the girls  included each player The veteran upperclassmen involved the newer freshman players. …

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The craze behind cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrency is real. It is not a vision for the future—it is happening today. The first and most important cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, was created in 2008 as a cash system with no central authority. Compared to the US dollar, Bitcoin may appear too volatile for a useful currency. But in countries …

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Podcasts: reinventing media

With over 20% of Americans listening monthly, podcasts have grown significantly among the average citizen. Listener engagement and retention is among the highest of all forms of media, so what’s making podcasts so popular? A podcast (originally a name meaning iPod broadcast) is simply a digital audio recording of a …

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Preparing for unfriendly fires

Southern California was recently hit by a tirade of fires. No human deaths have resulted from the Lilac Fire, but 4,100 acres of land near Camp Pendleton and 46 horses perished. One San Diegan firefighter lost his life to the Thomas Fire in Ventura. While PUSD and surrounding areas were …

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What is college without fraternities?

College, where the lives of stressed young adults get an education, where endless amounts of money is spent, and where recently departed high-school students exhibit freedom after 12 years of school restrictions. Resulting in routine studying and a constant lack of sleep, students look forward to renowned parties to be …

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San Diego’s new professional lacrosse team

San Diego is now home to a  National Lacrosse League (NLL) professional lacrosse team: The San Diego Seals. The NLL has been aggressively expanding their league in recent years to coincide with a jump in popularity of the sport, and on Aug. 30, 2017 they awarded Joseph Tsai permission to …

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“Banned” words at the CDC cause massive backlash among officials and citizens

Officials at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were allegedly given a list of banned words during a Department of Human Health and Services (HHS) briefing on Thursday, Dec. 14. The list included words such as: “diversity,” “fetus,” “transgender,” “science-based,” “evidence-based,” “entitlement,” and “vulnerable.” 2018 budgeting documents are …

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