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Annie Price

Annie is a senior and a co-editor-in-chief for the MC Sun. Her hobbies include dodging questions about her future, driving on an empty tank of gas, and forcing people to look at pictures of her dogs.

Fockey frenzy

MC field hockey’s winning season hasn’t slowed, as evident in their win on Thursday against Mission Vista. “We’re top of our league right now,” senior Kelly Blichfeldt said. “We used to lose almost every game but now we’re 10-4.” As the season progressed, the team has faced challenges, but so …

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Field hockey season progressing

From their summer practices up until now, MC field hockey has been preparing for the pressure of the season. Their 7-3 record is an indication of hard work in practice paying off on the field, especially last week, despite heat waves and lightning. “Monday we played Santana, and we beat …

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Say cheese (and crackers)!

The artificial cheese revolution is upon us. It’s been a long time coming, with the infamous Cheez-Its dating all the way back to 1921. Cheetos and Doritos, notorious for their explosive orange powder flavoring, followed in the mid-1900s. In more recent years, however, a new trend in cheese snacks have …

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The Flash strikes television

In 2012, The CW released Arrow, centered around classic comic book character Green Arrow. This fall, DC Comics fans will have another beloved superhero come to life in their own TV screens every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. The Flash, scheduled to air on Oct. 7, is a spin-off of …

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Field hockey undefeated in first two games

The field hockey girls kicked off their season with a 4-0 win in a game against Otay Ranch, thanks to their practiced strategies. “We have a really good defense,” senior Sarah Forkas said. “We keep the balls away from the goal. We’re mostly on the other teams’ offensive side.” This …

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Cafeteria calamity

While everyone knows that drowning a chicken sandwich in ranch dressing is in no way healthy, it was a right students had at MC. This year, however, cafeteria health standards have eliminated that possibility, along with several other condiment combinations. The menu in the cafeteria has been altered, and now …

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Peer into MC’s new counseling

As teens, we are trained to run to adults with our problems. They are old enough to know how to fix things, how to problem solve when young adults cannot. However, as students on the brink of entering adulthood, high schoolers are developing the skill to think for themselves. While some …

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