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New counselor: Jennifer Smith

MC welcomes a new counselor to the school this year: Jennifer Smith, who is taking on the U through Z’s. Before coming to MC she was at King-Chavez Community High school, a charter school in downtown San Diego, as a school counselor and P.E. teacher. Smith was inspired to choose …

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The scoop: new teachers on the block

You may have noticed a few unfamiliar names on your schedules this year. If you have, it’s because our campus is welcoming 11 new teachers this year. But everyone knows that when you get your schedule, you ask all your friends what the scoop is on the upcoming trimester’s teachers. …

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How one teacher makes a difference

On campus Kris Hizal is better known as the senior AP government teacher, but he also does a lot to contribute to JDRF or the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. His inspiration to lend a helping hand comes from his son, sophomore Daniel Hizal. “We had no history of diabetes in …

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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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Chase Eckman: cadet in training

Seniors are eagerly waiting for the moment their high school careers come to an end. And for most, the excitement of college drawing near is almost overwhelming. But for a few, including senior Chase Eckman, the military track was more appealing than the traditional college experience. For Eckman, the decision …

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Promposals

In the past few years, getting invited to prom has become a major event. It even received its own name; “Promposal”. Here are a few of the standout promposals that have taken place at MC this year.   Jeremy Hunt and Kendra O’Connell   This promposal was done by junior …

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