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Chloe Jiang

Chloe Jiang
Chloe Jiang is a senior and a co-editor-in-chief of The Sun, a tea aficionado, a La Jolla Cove frequenter, a grammar snob, and an advocate for gender equality. Among her favorite words are bougie and trite.

XXX-posed

It’s official. The nudes have been exposed…and trending. Last Sunday night, not just one, but dozens of alleged nude celebrity photos were released onto an anonymous image-based bulletin board known as 4chan. Victims of the leak included Jennifer Lawrence, Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Kate Upton, Krysten Ritter, and many other …

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Spotlight- Renee Bulda

1. Why did you start doing gymnastics? “I started when I was really young so it was mostly my parents [that encouraged me to do gymnastics]. They wanted me to do a sport that was kind of different from other sports and we didn’t want to fall in the whole …

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“My BFF”: My backyard fish farm

Senior Kevin Jiang and Junior Brandon Dee both have a BFF…a backyard fish farm. And, like some BFFs, of the other variety, they require much attention and constant care. “I feed the fish duckweed twice a day and change the water every Sunday,” Dee said. The original idea of creating …

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Review: Wahini Kai Shaved Ice: A

Arguably, one of the best vacation spots in America would have to be the islands of Hawaii. Cool breezes, swaying palms, and a cup of sweet shaved ice in hand sounds like the perfect vacation. But, not everyone can afford the luxury of heading down to the islands whenever the …

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Parent teachers the norm at MC

For a majority of MC students, a typical trip to school involves a good-bye to the ‘rents in the morning, maybe a kiss on the cheek, and a farewell until evening. With this parting, the parent and child then head off their separate ways. However, for a handful of students, …

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Bird is the word!

Bird is the word! Mr. Bird was recently elected Teacher of the Year by his fellow colleagues. “It’s completely humbling, because there are so many great teachers here on campus, and I just feel blessed to be working here at Mount Carmel.” Bird said. He fondly reemphasizes the importance of …

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A Very Happy Valentine’s

During 2nd period, senior Lorena Heymans and friends, Helen Sedrak, Charmaine Isidro, and Aasiya Ahmed, headed out to the parking lot. Over the next hour, they hand placed over 300 valentine’s cards and candy on each student’s car. Lorena singlehandedly crafted each valentine, spending around three and a half hours …

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Harvard over frozen yogurt

After a long day of swim practice and school, senior Richa Chaturvedi heads home. On most occasions, the drive home consists of a stop to her favorite frozen yogurt shop. But, for two weeks, as a result of Chaturvedi’s lost bet to her father, no frozen yogurt was to be …

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SCSBOA 6A Division Championships

For the first time, the MC Marching Sundevils participated in the Southern California Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) 6A Division Championships that took place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MC stadium. Over 200 hours of determination and dedication was put into their show, “Eternity”, that lasted approximately nine minutes …

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Review: Thanksgiving

As the holiday season rolls in, grocery stores are lined up with turkeys, from 10 lbs. to a whole whopping 30 lbs, in every one of their frozen aisles.  Canned corn, cranberry sauce, gravy, pumpkin pie, and stuffing are all freshly stock piled up in the front displays of stores. …

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