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How Does MC Feel About Homeroom?

Following the unexpected virtual anomaly of the previous school year, MC administrators have used this year as an opportunity to improve the on-campus experience for the MC community. Notably, a wave of technology has been integrated into classrooms, including access to Chromebooks for all students and Zoom meetings used to …

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“Our Town” at MC

The drama program at MC, also known as “Theatre at the Mount,” has been performing for the MC community for many years. Ranging from vivid musicals such as “West Side Story” and “Les Miserables,” to meaningful plays like “Humbletown.”  Currently, “Theatre at the Mount” is performing the play “Our Town.” …

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Theaters vs. Streaming Services

As the looming threat of Covid-19 appears to lessen in the minds of Americans across the country, so too, have the limitations set on businesses been lifted. Starting in early September, several large franchise movies have begun to release solely in theaters as opposed to the temporary streaming service solution …

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iCarly Reboot

iCarly, a late 2000s fan favorite show has returned. The new series on Paramount Plus features the same goofy humor fans have missed but with a slight twist. Carly Shay, played by Miranda Cosgrove, is now all grown up and so are her fans. Paramount Plus adds a young adult …

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MC Librarians Open to a New Chapter

Written By: Staff Writer Rafaela Alvizuri Over the past six and a half years, the MC library has remained a home of comfort and safety for all students, thanks to the amazing librarian-technician duo: Ms. Faulk and Mrs. Thomas. These two hard working women have shaped the library into a …

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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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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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