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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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Sundevils at Northrop Grumman

MC seniors continue to look into the future by applying to colleges and looking for opportunities to get a jumpstart in their field of interest. For eight students, this life preparation was furthered with their selection for an internship at Northrop Grumman, a federal defense contracting agency. Seniors Steven Huynh-Tran, …

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Olympic Ice Dancers fall to last place

American couple Madison Chock and Evan Bates took a drastic fall in their ice dance free skate on Feb. 19 at the Pyeongchang Olympics.  Even before skating, the pair knew that they wanted their routine to inspire their audience with a message of hope and togetherness. Skating to John Legend’s …

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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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MC girls dominate the pool

On Jan. 31, MC girls varsity water polo faced off against La Costa Canyon. MC girls did not fret going against LCC, as in the previous years held a strong lead against them. “I was really confident going into the game because of the past wins against them,” junior Joy …

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Age of fermentation

“It’s alive!” cry millennials across the country as they stare into their pots, pans, and of course, locally-sourced mason jars filled with pickled vegetables and other items from the back of their fridges. This is the Phase of Fermentation, or better yet call it a new age. Fermentation is the …

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America’s defense problem leaves Hawaii on edge

Early morning on Jan. 13, thousands in Hawaii panicked as they received an emergency alert reading: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” Scrambling for safety, tourists in hotels were herded into basements, while Hawaiian residents took any shelter they could, hiding in …

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Hippo Campus at the House of Blues

Eager fans ranging from pre-teens to millenials  lined up around the block of Downtown San Diego ready to hear the fresh indie rock band, Hippo Campus, perform at the House of Blues on Jan. 25. To start the night off, alternative pop/alternative rock band, Sure Sure, opened up by entertaining …

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