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    How China Faces an Unprecedented Challenge Lifting Strict Quarantine Restrictions

    After months, the Chinese government has relaxed dozens of heavy restrictions put in place to completely prevent domestic Covid cases. Since March of 2022, twenty-five million Chinese citizens have been subject to draconic lockdown policies. Entire neighborhoods have been pulled out of their homes at 1 am to be tested,  people are constantly being monitored […] More

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    Johnson & Johnson opioids settlement

    The opioid epidemic which has plagued the United States for more than a decade was recently stabilized among pharmaceutical companies, as  a nationwide settlement agreement was created for the casualties of the opioid epidemic.  Specifically, Johnson and Johnson and its U.S.-based Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies resolved the  litigation against the company by bringing relief to states […] More

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    The Death of Queen Elizabeth II

    On September 8, 2022, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 years old.  According to the Guardian, The Buckingham Palace stated that the Queen died peacefully at Balmoral, her summer residence in Scotland, that afternoon.  Flags on landmark buildings in Britain are being lowered, and public royal residences are being closed to […] More

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    Is this Russian SUV Bombing Really Part of the War?

    On the night of Aug 20, in Moscow, 29 year old TV commentator  Daria Dugina was killed in a bombing attack that was planted in her SUV.  Dugina was the daughter of a national philosopher, writer and known ally to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Alexander Dugin.  The explosion took place after Dugnia left a culture […] More

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    MC Spring Sports Recap – Varsity Edition

    Spring has bloomed, but MC’s spring sports season has finally come to an end, with many accomplishments that will hang in the form of banners and plaques in MC’s gym. MC’s 2022 spring sports teams have all worked hard this season and many saw success in league wins, CIF qualifications, and exciting games that the […] More

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    Mackenzie Cunningham: CIF Athlete of the Year

    Mackenzie Cunningham, an MC senior, tri-sport varsity athlete, and the MC’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2021, added to her impressive athletic record last week when she became the San Diego Section CIF Mission Federal North County Conference Female Winter Student Athlete of the Year. The long award title is indicative of the extensive […] More

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    Welcoming The Wave to San Diego

    San Diego now has its very own National Women’s Soccer League team: San Diego Wave, that includes many big name players such as the U.S. Women’s National Team’s Alex Morgan and Abby Dahlkemper on the roster. The club is owned by Ron Burkle and operated by former U.S. Women’s National Team coach Jill Ellis.  The […] More

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    The Physics Behind Olympic Skating

    The 2022 Winter Olympics are finally here after four long years. Many sports, such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, figure skating, and all the other winter-related competitions featured in the international tournament will push athletes to dominate the competition. One of the Winter Olympics’ most popular competitions is figure skating. Many viewers often see this intense […] More

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