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Roxy Hudson

Roxy Hudson
Roxy Hudson is the News and Features Editor for the MCSun, and is going on her second full year of writing with the Sun Staff. She is a junior runner for the Varsity Cross Country and Track Team and a member of MC's Varsity Soccer Team. When she is not spending her time running in circles on the track, Roxy is usually chilling on the couch with her two adorable chocolate labs or whipping up a tasty dish in the kitchen.

California Students Get Back in the Classroom

Since the transition to virtual education, school districts around the country have been contemplating the pros and cons of returning to in-person learning. Safety is of the utmost importance to each of the California Boards of Education, but certain considerations, such as students’ social interactions and productivity, have encouraged many …

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Ten Killed in Colorado Shooting

Ten people were killed Monday afternoon when a shooter opened fire on King Soopers grocery store shoppers in Boulder, Colorado. According to police, at approximately 2:30 p.m., 21-year-old Ahmed Al Aliwi Alissia entered the store with a Ruger AR-556 pistol and began shooting at those inside.  As bullets flew through …

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Jodee Janda Climbs a New Rock: Retirement!

As too many students are familiar with, oftentimes a single teacher has the power to dictate one’s entire class experience. Unfortunately, many students suffer when they are placed with a harsh teacher, but luckily numerous others prosper when taught by friendly and supportive instructors such as MC’s Jodee Janda.  When …

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The Return of Pluto

For years, rumor of the existence of a “ninth planet” has orbited around the Astronomical centers of the world. Scientists have gone back and forth debating whether or not this hearsay was true until February 2021, when astronomers found compelling evidence to indicate its existence. Many believe this newly discovered …

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Brian D. Sicknick: A Fallen Hero

On Jan. 7, U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick passed due to injuries sustained by the Capitol Hill riot the day prior. According to CNN, Sicknick was pepper sprayed and took a fire extinguisher to the head while protecting the capitol from attacking MAGA rioters. The FBI is currently …

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Biden Signs 17 Executive Orders on Day One

Immediately after being sworn into office on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden got to work signing 17 executive orders, memorandums, and directives meant in large part to undo his predecessor’s legacy and revert back to traditional political processes such as those of the Obama-era.  Biden first focused on the most …

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Biden’s Presidential Cabinet Picks

With future policies in mind and a team of officials by his side, President-elect Joe Biden is almost ready to transition into the White House. As his inauguration draws near, Biden is seeking out trusted individuals to fill the influential seats of his cabinet and help him carry out his …

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