Choir’s Fall Concert

Showcasing their first performance of the school year, choir held a concert on Tuesday, Sept. 29 in the Brady Memorial Auditorium. “[Having a solo made me feel] not really nervous, more so excited,” sophomore Claire Daniels said. “It’s fun, it’s very energetic.” Daniels had a solo in “Mean”, both PFC and Aperture performing alongside her. “My favorite part about performing […]

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Thoughtful bookstore wonders

Incense burning and tarot reading, Unlimited Thought Bookstore is the place to get your spiritual needs fulfilled. When you first walk in, you are greeted with the smell of soothing incense and calming music filling your soul. On your left, there are rows of different kinds of books, whichever pertin to your interest. Unlimited thought […]

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Doctor Who Season Premiere Review

The episode starts off with the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) trying to save a young, abandoned boy he found on a battlefield while looking for a bookstore. The Doctor finds out that the boy’s name is Davros, the creator of his arch enemy the Daleks. We then meet this strange being in a cloak searching across […]

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No place like Homecoming

Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back alumni. Based around this week are dress up days and the big game against Churchill. The Student Council organization planned the chosen ballets for the homecoming court, and the dance on Saturday. Stu Co expects that when students and faculty walk into the newly decorated gym to imagine themselves […]

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A tradition like no other: Photo Gallery vs. Madison

Brahma Varsity takes the win against the Mavericks, 49-35.

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Football wins first district game

The team did not need any added motivation. This was the first district game, this was the M&M Bowl, this is what all of the weeks of practices had come down to. The game started out close, however, the team slowly but surely tightened their grasp on the game as the night progressed, leading to a […]

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A tradition like no other

A barrage of screams came from the students, the band, the parents, and even my dad that night. Yet, a naive nine year-old boy still failed to acknowledge the significance of that Mac vs Madison football game. The year was 2007 and my sister, a junior at MacArthur, was the Colonel on the dance team. […]

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Rally It Up

Every year during football season pep rallies get people excited and ready for the upcoming game. This year the pep rallies have not been catching many people’s attention, are not as entertaining as they once were, and are hard to go to.  The time the event is scheduled for is difficult to make for some […]

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Jaywalking On School Grounds

During a recent discipline assembly how much students jaywalk on MacArthur View was discussed and how it has increased from past years. Jaywalking on MacArthur View should be taken more seriously. When students jaywalk they are putting themselves at risk. Crossing the street randomly, especially with before and after school traffic, is dangerous. We have […]

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Football pounces on the Bobcats

Coming off of a disheartening defeat last week to Clemens, the varsity football team recharged and smashed SouthSan 43-7 last Friday night. With the addition of Roosevelt’s surprising season, district 26-6A has become competitively even and unpredictable. Reagan appears to have separated themselves at the top of the district. As for the final three playoff […]

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