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Shane Daly: Lifeguard of the Year

Passion and dedication played a role in leading MC senior Shane Daly to being named Lifeguard of the Year by Del Mar. “At the city of Del Mar we have an end of the year party after the summer months,” Daly said. “All the lifeguards vote on someone who got …

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Building the perfect career

For an average teenager, a part time job  would be spent working a cash register, or continuously  asking, “Do you want fries with that?” For MC senior Kayla Olmsted, her work scene consists of rides, ice cream, and pure fun. “I have been working at Legoland since April and it …

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Field Hockey for the win

MC field hockey is off to a great start with a 6-0 win against Otay Ranch, goals scored by Makenna Rodriguez, Eden Villalovas, and Taylor Gabocy. The girls maintained  constant teamwork and  persistence throughout the game. In comparison to last year, Megan Knee, a sophomore and second year returner to …

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Kiahna Sales tackles stereotypes

Another season of MC football has begun, and to celebrate the new line of freshman football players, Kiahna Sales, defensive end,  describes her current experience as the only girl on the team. Sales’ current motivation to play football was inspired when she was little. “I’ve been playing for Rancho Penasquitos …

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Bring fun back

Life is exhausting. Society is constantly projecting the impossible standards and trends of models and actors. You have hipsters who think the “mainstream” is lame and then you have mainstream pop fanatics that will crucify you for not keeping up to date on the latest fashion trends and music. Then …

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High school hate crime culture

Poway Unified is considered to be one of the most highly ranked, prestigious school districts in the state of California. Even though it is well respected by many, our very own Westview High School found spray paint on campus with  Swastikas, graphic images and other racial slurs. The fact that …

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Early starts colder hearts

Every teenager knows the dreadfully familiar sound of the alarm clock. After a long night of cramming for an exam, or finishing up the outrageous amount of homework assigned, all adolescents really need is sleep, but with schools starting before 8:00 A.M, students are denied the minimal hours of sleep …

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The politics of pageants

“One hundred ninety-five countries signed the Paris agreement, in which each country sets nonbinding goals to reduce man-made climate change. The U.S. is withdrawing from the agreement, citing negligible environmental effects and negative economic impact. Good decision? Bad decision? Which is it and why?” Maria Menounos asked Cara Mund on …

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Imagining the perfect night

“What a great night to be alive!” Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds yelled into a crowd of thousands at the Mattress Firm Amphitheater in Chula Vista, anticipating the night of a lifetime last Thursday, Sept. 28. Beginning the night with artists K. FLay and Grouplove,  the night was sure to be …

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