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Red Cross Club

No need to fear, Red Cross Club is here to put extra blood to good use. Students can catch a glimpse of their efforts on campus at the MC blood drives. “Mostly we are concentrated on doing blood drives here at school,” MC senior and club President Polina Guseva said. …

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Band’s Arcadia three-peat

On Nov. 18, MC band took home the Arcadia tournament trophy, sealing their third Arcadia win in a row. “We didn’t know if we were going to win or not, so the whole rush of [winning] was really insane,” MC senior Hannah Wong said. The anticipation built after a season …

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#FreeCyntoiaBrown

#FreeCyntoiaBrown. This simple hashtag has gone  viral through posts tagged by  A-list celebrities and the contentious issue itself. 29-year-old Cyntoia Brown has been sentenced to a life in prison after killing  43 year old Nashville man, Johnny Allen. Brown lived a childhood of physical and emotional abuse, drugs, rape, and …

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US to recognize Jerusalem as the capital if Israel

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, President Trump announced that the United States will be the first nation to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and will move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to the historic city. Citing a lack of progress on peace talks between the Palestinians and Israelis …

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Spike Lee revisits his darling

Just as Jesus fed the masses with a single loaf and fish, Spike Lee revolutionized film with a miniscule $175,000 budget. Lee’scontroversial comedy-drama She’s Gotta Have It debutted in 1986 with its soulful score and fresh plot following the very complex Nola Darling. The introduction of Nola to audiences nationwide …

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The safety of the Internet: Net neutrality

78% of Americans are in favor of defending network neutrality, yet the issue manages to still be up for debate in Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Overwhelmingly, the general public  supports net neutrality regardless of party lines, and it is clear why. The core argument surrounding net neutrality …

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Animal Crossing: Friendship is magic

Hands raw and blistered, senior May Orwell works diligently day in and day out just to please others — and what for? What could one possibly gain from constantly fulfilling requests for other people? The satisfaction of friendship, that is what. “I just want to have as many people as …

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MC Peer Counseling: Helping Sundevils shine

In the tumultuous time that is high school, teenagers are given their first glimpse of independence. Still just kids, this often ends in mistakes and failures, but ultimately a lesson to learn from. This is also where counselors and parents try to swoop in, and chime in with their two-cents …

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The coolest girl in school

As high school stereotypes run, the coolest kid on any campus is recognizable from a distance and takes on a new dynamic up close. Kaitlyn Freed (12), AP Studio Art enthusiast and weekend bass-slapper for the band Seaswallow, is distinguished around school by her flippy skirts and flattering septum ring. …

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When should we teach them?

With many beloved celebrity figures such as Mckayla Maroney, Amber Rose, Lady Gaga and many more taking a stand against sexual misconduct, this topic has been brought to the forefront of many peoples concerns, not only for themselves but for future generations. This raises the question as to how we …

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