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The new face of MC counseling

Throughout the year, MC accepts and welcomes new students alongside new staff. Although MC counselor Victor Baez has been a member of the red sea for two years now, this was his first year as a full-time school counselor. The previous year he was an intern. “I’ve been with the …

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Boys tennis rages the courts

The rain may have soaked into the pristinely kept MC tennis courts, but Coach Jim Wrage approaches the day with the same intensity he does daily. Wrage pulls up to the courts four hours early to begin his court cleaning process, carrying his broom and supplies with him onto the …

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STEAM workshop mural

While most students spend their second period tapping away at their desks, senior Shannon Steed spends hers sweeping her brush across walls. Many think of STEM subjects as rigid and technical, but engineering teacher Karen Wytmans strove to change that. In need of a mural for her blank workshop walls, …

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Downtown San Diego’s new bikes

While San Diego lacks an efficient public transit system, new dockless bikes make traveling across the city a new reality for many. Downtown San Diego was flooded with new technology, as dockless bikes from multiple companies such as LimeBike, Ofo, Bird, and Mobike took the city by storm on Feb. 15. These …

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MC new campus safety rules

With school safety being brought into national limelight, MC administration, has taken precautions  towards stronger campus safety. On March 14, the MC administration released a statement regarding new campus safety rules. The bulletin read: “First, the stairway along Carmel Mountain Road will be closed in the morning.  We will ask …

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Love, Simon

Love, Simon brings  new light to a typical teenage romantic comedy. The movie, released March 16, explores the journey of a closeted gay high school student finding a way to come out. Director Greg Berlanti  utilizes the relatable teenage romance to bring LGBTQIA communities to the big screen, all while …

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Audiobooks shakeup a timeword traditon

Crinkly white pages and leather bound spines are  the traditional composition of books. Books have been made in this format for centuries, however, the 21st century has revolutionized even this time-worn tradition. It began with ebooks, which allow bibliophiles to download hundreds of books onto one lightweight tablet. Audiobooks are …

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Eleanor Oliphant charms

Gail Honeyman has created a new type of heroine. This heroine is not witty or quirky in a “cute” or “adorable” way, as many female protagonists are written as today. Instead, Honeyman breaks free from using a cliché stock character to befit the dark-comedic story that she creates. Eleanor Oliphant …

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Presidential order keeps America a tech leader

5G technology is the modern-day moon race, with America and China competing to be the first to land. On Monday, March 12, President Trump issued an executive order for Singapore company Broadcom to terminate its attempted acquisition of San Diego-based telecommunications equipment company, Qualcomm. Broadcom, a global supplier of wireless …

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