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Priyanka Shreedar

Priyanka is a senior and news editor for the MC SUN. She spends her time running long distances as a varsity cross country and track athlete, yet despite all her training, Priyanka has yet to conquer her mortal enemy: stairs.

French Fiasco

Rumors have been flying around MC regarding the recent resignation of French teacher, Taryn Thompson. “No,” said Principal Greg Magno in a response to a request as to whether he could elaborate regarding  Thompson’s resignation. “This subject is not one I can comment on directly,” Magno said. Thompson did not …

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To leash or not to leash?

There is no doubt that San Diegans love their dogs and want the best possible environment for them, but here in Poway, that outdoor, off leash freedom is something that still hasn’t been permitted. On Oct. 21, a protest was held in Silverset Park, a small community ballpark about 15 …

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Choir chaos

Co-author: Tatum Tricarico On Wednesday of last week, MC’s choir had to adjust to the administration’s request to remove an Islamic chant from their Thursday night concert.  This decision caused much uproar within the choir and students throughout the school. “There was a woman who complained that she did not …

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Golf Girls: Putt-ing in the work

MC’s Golf Girls have been hard at work this season. Though they haven’t won any matches so far, they are getting stronger and closer as a team. “Our practices have gone well and the girls are feeling better about their game,” coach Jim Greci said, “ They are doing better …

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Snake invades girls locker room

  Shrieks erupted from the girls’ locker room last week, and they weren’t because a boy had walked in. It was a snake. The snake was found by freshmen Niharika Bhaskar and Kayla Crenshaw’s lockers as they entered the team room at the end of 5th period. P.E. instructor, Trri …

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A survivors tale: 9/11

Last Thursday, our country mourned the death of over 3,000 civilians that died in the attacks on 9/11. Those who were present at the time of the attack haven’t forgotten. Shankar Viswanathan, a relative of mine, lived in New Jersey was used to the commute to and from New York …

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The stress of college sports

Only two percent of high school athletes will play college sports. Shocking, right? Joining a college sports team is the ultimate goal for many competitive high school athletes, but getting there isn’t easy. Out of the many major collegiate athletic associations, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or the NCAA, is …

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The Wave Waterpark

Sunday Aug. 31 at the Wave Waterpark, a young boy was witnessed coming down a slide at the Slide Tower attraction upside down. Once at the bottom, he stood up in the shallow splash pool holding his head. “This past Sunday, our lifeguards responded to a guest who had pain …

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Girls golf swings into action

MC’s girls golf team had their tryouts last week on Aug. 25 and 26. The team, co-coached by Jim Greci and Keith Leighton, is a fun, enthusiastic team who is always ready to learn. Team Captain Savanah Wallace is a junior and has been playing golf for MC since her …

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