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Snail mail returns

Remember the last time you sat down and wrote a letter out to one of your friends and dropped it off at a mailbox for them to receive weeks later? Me neither. MC freshman Rachel Leslie is bringing snail mail back, along with Westview freshman Kaila Uyeda. “We [have been] …

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Organs for Sale?

Organ donation is a very well-known process in the medical universe. Because many patients suffer deadly sicknesses that cost them organs, organ transplants have been created to counter these deaths. From this process, organ donations have emerged. Organ donation is the process of donating a patient’s organs when they pass …

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Regulation falsification

The news of El Niño had many San Diegans stocking up on necessities so they wouldn’t have to go outdoors in the unusually violent weather. Some families went as far as pulling their children out of school for a few days, bracing for the impact of the thunderstorms that hit …

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Student Response to Lettering

December 21, 2015 Editor and staff of the MC Sun, Mt. Carmel awards letters to students for achieving excellence while representing the school.  Fortunately, the school administration recognizes that this is done quite well across a diverse spectrum of activities. The article in question is not labeled “opinion”; therefore it …

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The Letterman Controversy: A Rebuttal

“You have a letter? For what? Band?” The blatant scorn of athletes regarding the coveted letterman is all too common. I’ve never lettered myself, but I can understand the pull of the jacket. Students who wear them are automatically placed a rung higher in the school spirit hierarchy. A letterman …

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Senior Spotlight: Dashawn Copp

Most people walk down the halls and go relatively unnoticed. For senior Dashawn Copp, it’s quite the opposite. Characterized by his luxuriant afro and bright personality, he is easily one of the most recognizable students at the school. He is heavily involved in the arts, and is part of the …

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