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Getting hands-on experience with auto-mechanics

Less and less high school courses involve hands-on work, but there are benefits in gaining practical experience with the machines so relied on in today’s society. Junior Isaac Coulapides enjoys MC’s auto mechanics program and recognizes the course’s utilities. “In auto mechanics you use your hands, which is important for …

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MC new campus safety rules

With school safety being brought into national limelight, MC administration, has taken precautions  towards stronger campus safety. On March 14, the MC administration released a statement regarding new campus safety rules. The bulletin read: “First, the stairway along Carmel Mountain Road will be closed in the morning.  We will ask …

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U.S. practice of torture violates human rights

The rack, the tub, rat torture, waterboarding: all techniques designed to push or break the humane limits of a person, for personal gain. Whether it be for information or ulterior motives, torture is not humane and never will be. Torture is prohibited under international law set by the United Nations …

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Love, Simon

Love, Simon brings  new light to a typical teenage romantic comedy. The movie, released March 16, explores the journey of a closeted gay high school student finding a way to come out. Director Greg Berlanti  utilizes the relatable teenage romance to bring LGBTQIA communities to the big screen, all while …

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Escondido teen adds to death count of flu epidemic

Alexa Barbin, a 2017 graduate from Escondido High School, died on Friday, March 9 after contracting the Influenza B virus strain. The 19-year-old had not received her flu vaccination. As an adamant, past member of Escondido High’s Future Farmers of America program, Barbin possessed a deep love for flowers and …

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Girl’s water polo places second in CIF

MC Girls’ water polo had a tough season filled with grueling morning practices, tight games, and a challenging place in the Palomar League.  Against all opposition, the team fought their way to the Division III CIF finals, the first time in MC Girls’ water polo history. The road to CIFs …

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MC visited by WASC evaluators

The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC) visited MC during the week of Feb. 11 for an updated accreditation of the school. For WASC specifically, “Accreditation is a voluntary dual-purpose process that schools (1) must be worthy of the trust placed in them to …

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The Dick Hat Movement

The public is outraged with the highly offensive, completely obscene “pussy hats.” Dan Muttonbutter is bewildered with women’s choice. “I’m from Wyoming, born and raised and I have never seen this buffoonery here,” Muttonbutter said.  “It is such vulgar language for no reason. I wonder what could possibly be going …

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Chloe Kim at the Olympics

In the elite world of competitive sports, age may be a shortcoming in the eyes of sports commentators and critics. However, after watching her mind-blowing performance for women’s halfpipe in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, these naysayers were silenced. Seventeen-year-old California native, Chloe Kim, was finally old enough to be …

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