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MC varsity soccer season starts with success

MC’s varsity soccer team has won its first two games against Morse and Kearny. Senior Jacob Lofgren believes that soccer is not only a physical challenge, but also a mental one. “Soccer is always a changing game. You go into the game thinking one thing and having certain strategies for …

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Take back Black Friday

For the third year in a row, REI CEO Jerry Stritzke made the executive decision to close all 151 of his stores nationwide during the annual event of Black Friday. He encouraged his customers to go outside and make memories with their loved ones instead. “I like the idea that …

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The intellectual Renaissance of memes

From primitive tribes to political parties, factions and conflicts are integral to society. A substantial amount of human progress and motivation comes from trying to outdo others, whether they are a friend or a foreign nation. The primary cause for all this stems from influential ideas – memes. While memes …

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Delicious breakfast delivered to MC

Legend holds that the Sleepy Boi awakes on late start Fridays, tirelessly preparing breakfast for his friends. Every week, a new adventure for their taste buds awaits. They ponder in anticipation of the flavor: blueberry, Oreo, strawberry, or perhaps something new. No one can resist the captivating aura of a …

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Blake Shelton, The Sexiest Man Alive

There has been extreme controversy on People Magazine’s  Sexiest Man Alive 2017, Blake Shelton. This choice is dividing friends and family everywhere, and is little by little tearing apart our nation.      Avalon Millbrook, head of the anti-Shelton movement, is using her Facebook group to petition to get Congress involved. “This …

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Fact over fiction

According to NASA, on Feb. 13, the combined Arctic and Antarctic sea ice numbers were at their lowest point since satellites began to continuously measure sea ice in 1979. Total polar sea ice covered 6.26 million square miles (16.21 million square kilometers), which is 790,000 square miles (2 million square …

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Lady Bird takes flight

Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan, recently became the most well reviewed movie on the site Rotten Tomatoes The film received a 100% score,  which isn’t surprising. This is Greta Gerwig’s first solo directed film, at the impressive age of 34. This indie movie takes place in the early 2000s and …

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Arcade Fire’s tribe unites

Arcade Fire refuses to stay in the world of 2004, where alternative/experimental bands are swept away with the likes of Nine Days and Steps. The band, or I should say, small village of nine, continues to flourish as the years pass. By bringing smashing techniques and sound mixing, Arcade Fire …

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Children’s shows: Sexism at its finest

It has happened again. You are disappointed, yet not surprised. Another cartoon with a compelling story arc and beautiful characters has been canceled. Many shows aimed at boys have been canceled or treated less fairly than others over the past few years. For example, Legend of Korra, a show with …

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Romanticism of Introverts

We’ve all seen those posts where people declare their love for staying inside and not hanging out at parties. I’m not like other people, they repeat, like a broken record. Although this practice in-and-of itself is not harmful, it is the tone in which it is said that makes it …

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