• Birthday Insecurities?

    Your big day is tomorrow. Another year, another chance to display your very prominent [or nonexistent] social status in the ruthless jungle of high school. Do you sit at the end of your bed and dream of the possibilities? Or do you send out a mass text telling your friends […]

    Marianna McMurdock | Photo Editor
  • Choose: dollars or time

    In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “A penny saved is a penny earned.”  Many know that a vital step to building wealth is frugality, but many of us struggle with being frugal, especially teenagers. By far, children are the most expensive investment a parent can make. Whether in a monetary […]

    Choose: dollars or time
  • Mrs. Lindsey leaves MC

    As the year has come to a close, Mrs. Lindsey, MC’s U-Z counselor has announced that she is not returning. She is going to be a full time stay at home mom. “I am leaving because, I have decided to be a stay at home mom for at least a […]

    Sudarshan (Sudz) Srinivasan | Photographer
  • Stuff Parents Say

    The MC SUN staff asks teachers and employees about the things parents say, most of which is pretty redundant it turns out. Find out what kind of “stuff” parents say… Enjoy the video!

  • Chase Eckman: cadet in training

    Seniors are eagerly waiting for the moment their high school careers come to an end. And for most, the excitement of college drawing near is almost overwhelming. But for a few, including senior Chase Eckman, the military track was more appealing than the traditional college experience. For Eckman, the decision […]

    Daniel Kenney | Photographer
  • Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) welcomes all

    GSA, or the Gay Straight Alliance Club, is one of the most open and inviting clubs on campus. The club was started last year with the help of advisor Phil Factor. The current president of the club, sophomore Anthony Lascala, has been in the club since it started and looks […]

    Zac Solomon | Photographer
  • Baseball refuses to strike out of playoffs

    Since the beginning of the season, the boys baseball team had their sights set on one thing: CIF finals. They knew coming into the season how much they had to work to return to the same round they won last year. However, the team hoped to utilize the momentum of […]

    Baseball refuses to strike out of playoffs
  • Darius Johnson awarded College Bound Senior Scholarship

    As graduation approaches, MC seniors prepare to move onto bigger and better endeavors in college and in life. For senior Darius Johnson he achieved a scholarship to help him reach his goals and make his high school experience worthwhile. “It’s called The College-Bound Senior Scholarship and the other award that […]

    Darius Johnson awarded College Bound Senior Scholarship
  • MC LAX

    MC lacrosse takes on San Marcos. See highlights of the game in this video.

  • Stop, drop, and dodge. This dodgeball tournament is on fire!

    Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge! The five rules of dodgeball said in the famous movie, Dodgeball. Dodgeball this year was full on war. The competition was intense and the maches were heated. 12 teams fought in a 2 round elimination tournament. Teams ranging from freshmem to seniors fought on […]

    Photo by Zac Solomon

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Peer into MC’s new counseling

Peer into MC’s new counseling

August 29, 2014 at 10:24 am

Photo courtesy of Kimberly Bronson As teens, we are trained to run to adults with our problems. They are old enough to know how to fix things, how to problem solve when young...

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ALS ice bucket pro

ALS ice bucket pro

The ALS ice bucket challenge has made a splash at and around MC lately. Students here at MC are both donating money and dumping ice water on themselves. Kids and adults everywhere are doing this and raising large amounts of money for people who suffer from ALS. This challenge has […]

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Cafeteria calamity

Cafeteria calamity

While everyone knows that drowning a chicken sandwich in ranch dressing is in no way healthy, it was a right students had at MC. This year, however, cafeteria health standards have eliminated that possibility, along with several other condiment combinations. The menu in the cafeteria has been altered, and now […]

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Peer into MC’s new counseling

Peer into MC’s new counseling

As teens, we are trained to run to adults with our problems. They are old enough to know how to fix things, how to problem solve when young adults cannot. However, as students on the brink of entering adulthood, high schoolers are developing the skill to think for themselves. While some […]

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New engineering course offered at MC

Project Lead the Way is the nation’s leading science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) program in over 5,000 schools across the U.S. The program is focused on helping schools produce students who will help the STEM industry. “[The courses] are meant and designed to get kids to go into manufacturing, […]

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Riots that rocked the nation: Ferguson, Missouri

Riots that rocked the nation: Ferguson, Missouri

The people of the St. Louis suburbs erupted into riots and acts of vandalism soon after the death of an unarmed African American teenager. Aug. 9 2014, Michael Brown, an eighteen year old boy, was shot repeatedly, and killed, by Ferguson, MO Officer Darren Wilson. Wilson, a white police officer, […]

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ISIS gains momentum, remains imminent threat

World media circuits have been dominated by the growing terrorist cell in the Middle East, The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Since its founding in ‘03, ISIS has been a steadily expanding presence in the countries of Iraq, Syria, and Turkey, among others. Its goal? To establish a […]

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The crisis in Palestine

The argument over the “holy land”, or Palestine, has thrived for years. The turmoil caused by ethnicity and land acquisition has created huge issues that affect the land surrounding Palestine: the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and Israel. Surviving Holocaust victims sent a letter, calling the killing of these ethnic Arabs […]

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ASB Director faces possible reprimands from administration.

ASB Director faces possible reprimands from administration.

Several weeks ago counselor Kimberly Bronson wrote the entire faculty asking for the senior fail list. This is a very important document that details any senior who will fail a class and therefore not graduate. Fulfilling this responsibility is imperative from every staff member, so counselors can make the dreaded […]

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MC student’s Netflix addiction results in serious consequences

MC student’s Netflix addiction results in serious consequences

As the school year draws to a close, MC students feel the effects of the end of the year kick in. There is less homework, and, let’s face it – the students are more apathetic. With time not being spent by homework, some students at MC are hoping to get […]

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Four years reaching it’s end

Four years reaching it’s end

High school sucks. We are all told this, we all think it, and at one point or another, we all believe it. Those who work their asses off hate that they are surrounded by lazy students. Those who struggle with grades and just want to have fun and hate the […]

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