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Goodbye, Ms.LT!

Written By: Staff Writer Cameron Yeoh Throughout one’s time in school, teachers have a significant influence on their students. Whether it be spending their lunch break helping a student understand a problem or takingto taking our phones away, teachers are there for the students. Ms. Lamphiere-Tamayoshi is no exception. After …

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Biden’s Handling of the Border Crisis

The situation at the southern border has hardly improved, leaving those seeking safety and a brighter future in a compromising position. Some politicians, like Trump and his crew, try to frame the border situation as a crisis, which while partly true is leaving out a key theme: the U.S. is …

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Auf Wiedersehen Ms. Zois!

After 30 years of teaching as a Sundevil, Ms. Gabriele Zois, an English teacher at MC, is retiring. Remembered by students as kind and passionate about whatever she was teaching, Zois will be missed by the MC community.  “I will definitely miss being in my classroom and interacting with my …

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Mr. Vitous hangs up his teaching hat

After 25 years at Mt. Carmel, 8 years at Poway High, and a summer at youth basketball camp, Chris Vitous, esteemed History teacher at MC, is ready to trade in his teaching hat for a couple new ones during retirement.  “I plan on reinventing my fishing and golfing skills, attend …

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Investigations of Atlanta Spa Shootings Continue

Outside of Young’s Asian Massage, bouquets of flowers rest alongside multiple signs – one of which reads ‘#StopAsianHate’ in large block letters. The solemn sight follows the tragedy on March 16, when eight victims died due to shootings at three separate spas in Atlanta, Georgia. One suspect, according to CNN, …

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A rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans

A surge of xenophobic attacks directed towards Asian Americans amid the Covid-19 pandemic is creating fear and anger within the community. Many activists and civil rights organizations are demanding action against the growing anti-Asian sentiment. According to John C. Yang, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, distress and insecurity …

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The Not-So-Super Super Bowl Commercials

While many Americans watched Super Bowl LV on February 7 to witness football in its glory, other viewers paid attention to more pressing matters: the beloved Super Bowl commercials. However, this year’s ads came with a disappointing twist amidst the pandemic, leaving millions angry and bitter.  The downhill spiral began …

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