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    MC Sports- Back In Full Swing

    Finally, after almost two years, MC sports are back in session. Athletes can compete and most do not have to wear masks during play. Students, faculty, staff, parents, and spectators are able to watch athletes play once again,  and MC students are ready to show off their Sundevil spirit against their opponents. Senior and utility player […] More

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    History Made at the MC Invite Cross Country Course

    Each year, the MC cross country (XC) team hosts the renowned Mt Carmel/ASICS XC Invite at Morley Field. Schools big and small, East and West, well-known and new to the running world make their way over to San Diego, California to toe the line next to some of the best athletes in the country. Over 3,300 […] More

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    Messi and PSG Sign Stunning Deal

    In a move that shook up the world of men’s soccer, 35 time trophy holder, Lionel Messi has signed a two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain, a soccer club that competes in the top division of European soccer. With the possibility of a third year, Messi’s new contract includes a $41 million annual net salary with […] More

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    What’s Happening to the 2020 Olympics?

    Like countless events around the world, the 2020 Olympics have been postponed. This is the first time in history the Olympics have been delayed (although they were canceled three times during both World Wars) since its first games held in 1896.  In the summer of 2020, Japan was supposed to hold the 32nd Olympics in […] More

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    Covid = Superpowers?

    After contracting the explosively contagious Omicron variant and quarantining until they test negative, teachers and students have started to notice strange side-effects in students. The first reported incident was on Jan. 3rd, as school cameras picked up images of one student appearing in multiple places simultaneously .  “It was so bizarre, we thought that our […] More

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    Spears V. Spears; A victory for the Free Britney Movement

    After nearly 14 years, Britney Spears’ conservatorship has finally ended. A judge ruled on Friday, November 12th to terminate the conservatorship that had controlled her personal life, medication, and finances.  A conservatorship is a court case decision in which a judge appoints a guardian, usually the closest family member like a parent or adult child, to […] More

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    The Michigan and Ohio State University Rivalry

    For the first time since 2011 the University of Michigan, No.5, has beaten Ohio State University, No.2. This victory guarantees  Michigan a spot in the Big Ten championship game and possibly in the College Football Playoffs as well.  Prior to this game, the Ohio State Buckeyes had defeated  Michigan eight times in a row, just […] More

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    Big hair, AP Chem, and Ferret Combs

    With great knowledge comes crazy hair.  When they weren’t busy studying organic chemistry nomenclature and memorizing solubility rules, MC’s fourth-period AP Chemistry class innovated a solution to the Einstein hair phenomenon or “Einsteinhairium.” It’s something they call, “the ferret comb.”  “Well, it’s a simple fact of life. The best scientists have the biggest hair. The […] More

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