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Red Cross Club

No need to fear, Red Cross Club is here to put extra blood to good use. Students can catch a glimpse of their efforts on campus at the MC blood drives. “Mostly we are concentrated on doing blood drives here at school,” MC senior and club President Polina Guseva said. …

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Band’s Arcadia three-peat

On Nov. 18, MC band took home the Arcadia tournament trophy, sealing their third Arcadia win in a row. “We didn’t know if we were going to win or not, so the whole rush of [winning] was really insane,” MC senior Hannah Wong said. The anticipation built after a season …

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The coolest girl in school

As high school stereotypes run, the coolest kid on any campus is recognizable from a distance and takes on a new dynamic up close. Kaitlyn Freed (12), AP Studio Art enthusiast and weekend bass-slapper for the band Seaswallow, is distinguished around school by her flippy skirts and flattering septum ring. …

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MC varsity soccer season starts with success

MC’s varsity soccer team has won its first two games against Morse and Kearny. Senior Jacob Lofgren believes that soccer is not only a physical challenge, but also a mental one. “Soccer is always a changing game. You go into the game thinking one thing and having certain strategies for …

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Take back Black Friday

For the third year in a row, REI CEO Jerry Stritzke made the executive decision to close all 151 of his stores nationwide during the annual event of Black Friday. He encouraged his customers to go outside and make memories with their loved ones instead. “I like the idea that …

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Blake Shelton, The Sexiest Man Alive

There has been extreme controversy on People Magazine’s  Sexiest Man Alive 2017, Blake Shelton. This choice is dividing friends and family everywhere, and is little by little tearing apart our nation.      Avalon Millbrook, head of the anti-Shelton movement, is using her Facebook group to petition to get Congress involved. “This …

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Blood, sweat, and tears at the AMAs

The 2017 American Music Awards on Nov. 19 sidelined the expected award show controversy by avoiding constant political innuendos for a night loaded to the brim with unique performances. The show-opening duet between Kelly Clarkson and Pink featured their own rendition of R.E.M.’s song “Everybody Hurts.” The calm melodies mixed …

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A local’s guide to faking fall

The start of a new school year ushers in every wannabe east coast city-dweller’s favorite season. Fall is in the air, and that means PSLs (Pumpkin Spice Lattes), heavy jackets in crimson and hunter green, and cozy hay rides. But don’t let the sudden flood of pumpkins balanced on beanie-bound …

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C/O 2021 leaving a legacy

 As the 2017-2018 school year begins, the class of 2021 readily prepares for their high school journey with their new class presidents leading the way. Freshman President, Dakota Landry, and Freshman Vice President, Kyle Wood, are the first two males to be serving a class position in ASB history. “In …

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MC rallies behind Isaac Coulapides

On Friday night, Oct. 6, junior Isaac Coulapides was severely injured after his car lost control and hit a divider on Sabre Springs Parkway. Coulapides is part of the MC varsity cheer team, and was on his way home from a  football game. After being rushed to the hospital, doctors …

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