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Mr. Raskin: Writing His Own History

Since its opening in 1974, Mt. Carmel High School has been a beacon of community and friendship in PUSD. Just over a decade later, Lee Raskin joined the Sundevil family as an AP European Civilizations and World History teacher. He remains an integral part of the school’s culture. From an …

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A Tribute to Spring Sports

The COVID-19 pandemic caused spring seasons to cut short, ending before they had even picked up momentum for the season. Though they did not get the opportunity to enjoy their last high school season, MC seniors are grateful for the experiences they have had in the athletic department. MC senior …

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YA Dystopian Novel: COVID-19 Edition

The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Fifth Wave are all books about a grim future centering around teens which were then adapted as blockbuster films. These types of books were in high demand and considered just a source of entertainment. The fictional stories, however, seem to be the blueprint for …

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All American For the Win

CW’s All American went from one of their channel’s  least-watched shows to number one on Netflix within four months. Since Netflix allowed for a wider audience to stream the teen drama, people are loving it.   Featuring a raw depiction of the struggles faced by Americans of color, in addition to an …

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TikTok Violates Privacy and Encourages Hate

With over eight hundred million users, TikTok is the social-networking hub for teenagers everywhere. It’s a video-sharing service created by ByteDance, a Beijing based company founded in 2012 by Zhang Yiming,   that is used to create short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. In 2017 TikTok was launched for iOS …

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Joe Biden, The Man of Misconduct

Written by staff writer Prisha Puntambekar In late March, Lucy Flores became one of the first women to issue a bold statement involving Joe Biden and his alleged history of inappropriate conduct. Flores claimed that presidential candidate Joe Biden harassed her back in 2014.  Since then, several women have stepped …

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The NFL’s Privilege Shines Through Recent Ad

On August 26th, 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem for the first time. Kaepernick began his peaceful protest against the police brutality faced by African Americans in a manner that was guaranteed attention, something that was essential for his protest. This very …

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FBI Kills Potential Missouri Terrorist

  Written by Staff Writer Prisha Puntambekar A 36-year-old Missouri terrorist died  after violently confronting the FBI in late March. According to BBC News, he intended to bomb a hospital amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Evidence suggests that the bomber exhibited clear signs of religious discrimination and white supremacy. BBC News …

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