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Devina Tavathia

Devina Tavathia is a senior and Co-Editor in Chief for the MCSun. She is on the school's varsity track team and loves volunteering as a Science Olympiad coach at MBMS. In her free time she enjoys grooving to some Urban Choreography at StudioFx.

Now United: a symbol of unity

The UK, US, Canada, Germany, Finland, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, India, Senegal, Mexico and Brazil.  These fourteen countries are represented by the fourteen members of the latest teen pop group Now United. Now United’s purpose is to unite singers and dancers from around the globe in a show …

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Rapid vaping increase leads to deaths

 Vape brands market their products as game-changers: a solution to cigarette addiction crafted by the very people who made the problem. When they first came out, vapes gave hope to millions of cigarette users who could not break their habit. However, as vaping becomes more widespread, statistics are showing vaping …

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birds are NOT real

The government has been lying.  As the power-hungry spear head of the country, its main objective is to control its citizens and to demolish all signs  of retaliation. To do this, the government has been stooping to the lowest of the low by equipping people’s Amazon Alexa’s and everyday machines …

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White after labor day

When in doubt, always take the road less traveled.  Less and less people are putting away their whites after Labor Day, and it is the responsibility of the thoughtful American masses to save the tradition.  Millions of people around the globe are failing to realize the uniqueness of the color …

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Amazon Fires

The environment is headed on a fast track towards destruction, and man is the root cause. Despite this, society is lacking the initiative to enforce the  laws preventing this trend, and the consequences are becoming detrimental. According to USA today, The Amazon Rain-forest, which provides 20% of the world’s oxygen, …

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A reflection on the Softball season

Playing your hardest results in victory, scoring a point promotes self-pride, and scraped knees result in game-changing saves.  These reasons, along with many others, push sophomores Natalie Gonzalez and Riley Barger to participate in MC softball at a varsity level. “The best part of the season for me was competing …

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Some TV shows just need to end

The work week takes adults and students alike through the miserable Monday and into Friday, where a weekend   couch date getaway seems inevitable. Saturdays and Sundays serve as a rejuvenation period where individuals gather their strength for the upcoming week.  Just as people deserve holidays, TV shows do, too. However, …

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