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Social Justice Club goes global

MC seniors Anika Dandekar and Niha Bhaskar formed Social Justice Club their freshman year when they felt limited in their classroom conversations regarding global topics. “I wanted to start something that we could have every week and talk about whatever we wanted,” Dandekar said. “Sometimes in class [global topic conversations] …

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Headed in the right direction

MC takes in more transfer students per year than any other high school in the Poway Unified School District. Looking around campus, it’s easy to see why. As a transfer student from RB, I can confidently say that MC has  a much warmer, more generally accepting student body. However, more …

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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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Penumbra’s magical planet

The smell of musk mixes with worn leather and dried ink. Dust particles dance in the beam of sunlight that shoots through the open windows, illuminating the front of the store, but falls short of piercing the wayback list. Floor to ceiling, the wallpaper of the store is the leatherbacks …

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MC Girls varsity soccer team for the win

With a blow of a whistle and the stadium lights blazing, the MC  Girls soccer team began  their fight against Ramona High School. MC  won against the bulldogs with a  score of 2-0. With their first win of the season, it made all the difference to the team. Stephanie Ward, MC …

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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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